A book of Mikael Kennedy’s photos of the fantastic state of California has been published by Chris Black of Done to Death Projects. Today you can order the books from Done to Death Projects. Pick up a copy, get in touch with the wandered inside of you, and get carried away with Kennedy’s beautiful photos.
My husband and I have been listening to Rayland Baxter religiously since we first heard him at last summer’s Newport Folk Festival. The Nashville-based roots artist was one of our favorite performers from the weekend, so we’re thrilled to be seeing him again this evening at Atwood’s Tavern in Inman Square, Somerville. Rayland released his premier album feathers & fishHooks in 2012 which made a lasting impression. Last year was his first appearance at the Newport Folk Festival and his performance was nothing short of honestly good and thoroughly enjoyable – with an unassuming improvised song to boot. To know more about the man (such as his wardrobe of choice and his ability to freestyle songs from any given word), check out this rather fun and witty video “Who is Rayland Baxter?”.
This post marks the beginning of a series of sketches I’ll be doing of my favorite artists who performed at last year’s Newport Folk Festival. Hope it will get you all excited for this year’s lineup!
Enjoying this weekend listening to Melaena Cadiz’s new single “Needles River”. I suggest you do the same!
Stumbled across these amazing vintage snapshots of sugaring in the 1940s on Modern Farmer. Makes me long for the snowy mountains of home in Vermont and a simpler life.
So excited to share the collaboration between the mighty Montana folks of Kletterwerks and the stylish Lizzie Garrett Mettler of Tomboy Style. The bag they designed together features all the strength and durability of a classic Kletterwerks with the quirk of Tomboy Style. A tote and a backpack, the tote-pack is functional, versatile, and simplistically stylish. Throw in your weekend kit, hiking gear, or maybe even a picnic lunch and a couple bottles of wine. Available in two colors and made in the USA. You can grab one from Tomboy Style, Kletterwerks, and a few select retailers including Mohawk General Store.