Posts Tagged: Smithsonian Folkways

Congrats to The Orchard’s Grammy Winners!

Music’s biggest night proved to be one of the Grammy’s best yet at this year’s 55th awards ceremony. We wanted to take this time to congratulate our Grammy winners from last night. We’re proud to be part of your team and couldn’t be happier for all of you! BEST NEW AGE ALBUM: Omar Akram | Echoes Of… Read more »

Revel In A Rare Louis Armstrong Release In Honor of Jazz Appreciation Month

Smithsonian Folkways just dropped a last minute surprise on us for Jazz Appreciation Month. Satchmo At The National Press Club: Red Beans and Rice-Ly Yours by the jazz icon Louis Armstrong is an impromptu performance at the National Press Club in Washington DC, and hit stores yesterday. In 1971, the inventive cornet and trumpet player turned an award… Read more »

Quetzal’s New Album for Smithsonian Folkways, “Imaginaries”

The Smithsonian Folkways label is an American institution. It is one that is known primarily for archival recordings of traditional folk, bluegrass, and children’s music. They have released amazing albums like folk legend Roscoe Holcomb’s hard hitting “The High Lonesome Sound”, former Ida vocalist Elizabeth Mitchell’s two stunning children’s albums “Sunny Day” and “You Are… Read more »