The Revue will be at Newport Folk Festival this weekend, bringing you frequent updates to this site and our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). Words and photos are great, but we know music fans like you prefer to actually hear the tunes, right? That’s why we’re sharing this sampler of the 60+ artists whose talents will grace the legendary stages at the place where Bob Dylan first went electric in 1965.
The playlist is sorted chronologically by day; each artist or band’s name links to their website or Facebook page. Stay tuned during (and after) the festival when we share artist interviews, intimate artist portraits, and scores of photos. Hopefully we will see you at Fort Adams for Newport Folk Festival 2017!
B.R. Mackie (Melbourne, Australia) | Elvis Perkins (NY) | J.P. Harris (Nashville) | Freakwater (Chicago) | Wild Child (Austin, TX) | Amasa Hines (Little Rock, AR) | Basia Bulat (Montreal) | Raury (Atlanta) | Fruit Bats (Chicago) | Radical Face (Jacksonville, FL) | Aoife O’Donovan (Brooklyn, NY) | The Staves (Watford, England) | Matthew Logan Vasquez (Austin, TX) | Brett Dennen (Oakdale, CA) | St. Paul and The Broken Bones (Birmingham, AL) | case/lang/veirs (US) | Violent Femmes (Milwaukee, WI) | The Arcs (Nashville) | Ray LaMontagne (Ashfield, MA) | Flight of the Conchords (Wellington, NZ)
Sam Moss (Boston) | Banditos (Birmingham, AL) | The Cactus Blossoms (Minneapolis) | Ruby Amanfu (Nashville) | Lady Lamb (Brunswick, ME) | Songhoy Blues (Timbuktu, Mali) | John Moreland (Tulsa, OK) | Rayland Baxter (Nashville) | Amy Helm (Woodstock, NY) | Margo Price (Nashville) | Dave Simonett & Dave Carroll (Duluth, MN) | Frightened Rabbit (Selkirk, Scotland) | Del & Dawg (US) | Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (Denver) | Father John Misty (Los Angeles) | Graham Nash (Salford, England) | Ryan Adams with The Infamous Stringdusters featuring Nicki Bluhm (US) | Norah Jones (Brooklyn, NY) | Patti Smith & Her Band (New York City)
Sam Himself (Brooklyn, NY) | Larkin Poe (Atlanta) | Berklee Gospel & Roots Choir (Boston) | Ian Fitzgerald with Smith&Weeden (Providence, RI) | River Whyless (Asheville, NC) | Joan Shelley (Louisville, KY) | Julien Baker (Memphis, TN) | Son Little (Philadelphia) | The Strumbellas (Toronto) | Villagers (Dublin) | Hayes Carll (Houston) | The Oh Hellos (San Marcos, TX) | Preservation Hall Jazz Band (New Orleans) | Phil Cook presents “Southland Revue” featuring The Blind Boys of Alabama & Amelia Meath [of Sylvan Esso] (US) | Glen Hansard (Dublin) | Middle Brother (US) | Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros (Los Angeles) | Elvis Costello (London) | Alabama Shakes (Athens, AL)
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