There are lots of other great folk music sites on the web. Here are links to some we think you might want to check out. Click on the
name or the icon to get there.
There are lots of other great folk music sites on the web.
Here are links to some we think you might want to check out. Click on the name or the icon to get there.
If you know of other folk-related sites that should be shared, or if a link is broken, please send us an e-mail and let us know about them so they can be added.
The Hurdy Gurdy Blog Here you will find information about all this year’s performers, and an opportunity to comment.
WFDU The Official radio station of the Hurdy Gurdy, from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck. Many of our concert performers will be interviewed live on the station, on the Sunday Afternoon “Traditions” Show.
Zoe's Cupcake Cafe Purveyor of tasty treats to the Hurdy Gurdy, in support of Zoe's Place, Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide safe, supervised housing, and support services for Bergen County, NJ pregnant teens, teen moms, and their babies. In addition to funding, the Cafe will offer training and employment opportunities to the young girls of Zoe's Place.
New York Pinewoods Folk Music Club New York City’s Folk Music Club. Big Sister to us all.
The Folk Project A fellow N.J. Club, with a home base in Morris County. They have a great lineup, and their site has a good collection of folk related links, too.
Outpost in the Burbs Located in Montclair, NJ, the Outpost offers great shows, as well as community activities
The Digital Tradition A searchable database of words and music to thousands of traditional folk songs.
Fordham University’s radio station
plays a great selection of the music we love.
The Folk Den Roger McGuinn’s source for words and chords to lots of traditional songs, He adds a new one each month and performs them live on the site, too.
Sanctuary Concerts Another fine NJ folk series, in Morris County.
Princeton Folk Music Society The Princeton Folk Music Society has encouraged the growth of folk music in central New Jersey for 40 years.
Borderline Concerts House concerts in Rockland County