folk-rock


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folk-rock

or folk rock (fōk′rŏk′)
n.
A variety of popular music combining elements of rock music and folk music.

folk′-rock′ adj.

folk-rock

n
(Music, other) a style of rock music influenced by folk, including traditional material arranged for electric instruments
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The development of folk-rock as a stylistic component of the 1970s progressive rock movement was assisted by the UK record industry which financed musical experimentation involving the amalgamation of rock music with other musical styles.
And Rolling Stone regards its contents as 10 of ``the catchiest Civil War-era folk-rock tunes of the year.
Those Were the Days * Dolly Patton (Sugar Hill): A star-studded cast (Norah Jones, Keith Urban) helps Dolly reinvent folk-rock classics by Dylan, Lennon, and more.
Hits such as (I'll Never Be) Your Maggie May and In Liverpool were met with a warm reception and the crowd murmured along with the folk-rock song Luka before a solo version of Tom's Diner.
THIS was a real family affair as the vivacious folk-rock beauty from Austin, Texas, was joined by her brother Darin.
Their unique blend of indie and folk-rock have proved hugely successful all over Europe.
until now -- "California Dreamin' - The Songs Of The Mamas & The Papas" (Hip-O/Geffen/UMe), issued March 29, 2005, celebrates the 40th anniversary of the quintessential '60s folk-rock vocal group and its landmark debut recording ("California Dreamin'").
Their clever tuneful folk-rock based music is an absolute delight.
Hailed as the originators of British folk-rock music, Fairport Convention remains one of the most entertaining bands on the concert circuit and is sure to play to a packed house at the Lawrence Batley Theatre on Sunday.
SETH LAKEMAN St David's Hall, Cardiff Tel: 029 2087 8444 Before this gig, you can meet the sexy young thing of folk-rock in a free signing session at Borders.
A WHO'S who of key musicians whose careers trace the history of folk-rock are coming together for two eagerly-awaited appearances in the Midlands.