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Posted by Naomi on May 31, 2017


Posted by Naomi on May 31, 2017

A great set from the inimitable Joel Mabus! I just love his storytelling. Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Scott C. Thompson on August 16, 2011

Thanks for streaming this...would absolutely love to be there but cant. Joel Mabus is a national treasure

Posted by on July 09, 2011

Hi, I am listening to your festival live stream from Basel, Switzerland and I like it a lot! Thanks for broadcasting the music! Be blessed, Andi

Posted by Andi Schweizer on July 09, 2011

Listening from San Miguel de Allende, MX. Since we don't get much non-Mexican folk music here, this is heaven!! Thank you

Posted by Paula on July 09, 2011

Lots of exciting performers here this year...

Posted by Joe on July 06, 2011

Blissfest 2011

July 8 thru July 10, the Folk Alley team assembled at the Festival Farm in Harbor Springs, Michigan to cover the 31st Annual Blissfest. Highlights from this year's festival include performances by The Good Lovelies, Mountain Heart, The Grand Slambovians, Frank Vignola, Harry Manx, Starlight Six, The Defibulators and many, many more.

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Guitarist Frank Vignola has been mastering his craft since before he was big enough for a standard-sized instrument. Known as one of the best in the business, he's played with names like Les Paul, Ringo Starr, Donald Fagen and Mark O'Connor.

Delhi 2 Dublin had the Blissfest crowd on its feet - unable to keep from dancing to the band's genre-busting, mash-up sound.


Mountain Heart said they had been counting down the hours to their return to Blissfest. That enthusiasm showed in this wicked set that tour up the house.

Funny and upbeat with just a pinch of sass, the Good Lovelies’ textbook three-part harmonies, constant instrument swapping and witty on-stage banter have enlivened the folk music landscape since they joined forces in 2006.

Joel Mabus has split his career in folk music between the traditional and the original - the old and the new intertwine in his music, whether he is singing an old ballad with a new interpretive twist or writing a new song with a 21st century perspective.

Kim Churchill has been living and breathing guitar for over a decade. When he plays you can hear the dedication and countless hours of rehearsal and you'll have an appreciation for his talent. When you find out he’s only 20, it puts him in an entirely other league.



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