Artist eRic Luplow is self-taught in a genre he created called Sur-Folk, a combination of surrealism and folk art.
If a song has ever touched you, moved you to tears or prompted you to take action, thank the songwriter.
The 2015 Grassy Hill Kerrville Folk New Folk Songwriting Competition — helping to “Save the World One Song at a Time” — takes place Saturday and Sunday during the 44th Annual Kerrville Folk Festival.
The Sentimental Journey Orchestra, under the direction of Ted Conerly, returns to the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts at 3 p.m. Sunday to present “Memorial Memories: a tribute to America’s Veterans."
The 18-day Kerrville Folk Festival kicks off today with performances by Mt. Thelonius, Chuck Brodsky, Ellis Paul, MilkDrive and Rebecca Loebe.
HUNT — The Hunt Store is the site of a series of concerts that shine a spotlight on some of Texas’ most colorful musicians: Gary P. Nunn, Ray Benson and Billy Joe Shaver.
Brenda Freed is devoted to giving rise to the music within youth.
Most people attend the Kerrville Folk Festival for the music, but there’s a bustling marketplace just beyond the stage.
In the early ’70s, singer-songwriter and jewelry designer Rex Foster developed a deep and abiding respect for the Native American culture. Everything about it — from the reverence toward animals to the symbolism associated with the types of wood, feathers and colors used to make a walking stick — fascinated him, and he embraced it.