folk music

Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead and Peter Paul and Mary are bands with well-deserved places in music history. Roger Waters, Bob Weir and Peter Yarrow sat down with HuffPost Live to talk about what inspired them to create those legendary tunes.
The folk tune is popular around campfires and in grade schools, but it also called to mind the nation's long history of land disputes involving tribes.
“K-Pop of the human rights movement" strikes a chord in a conservative country.
"Lozhkas,” traditional Russian instruments, are spoons that produce a clacking noise.
This video delivers exactly what it promises.
With the plaintive saw of Kalia Yeagle’s fiddle in the background, Hasee Ciaccio’s unsentimental rendering of the “Omie Wise
“If only everyone in the world was like Bill Murray!”