Hear the Best New Folk Music with Fresh Cuts Friday

Ready for some of the best new music we’ve heard this week? It’s a great list as you’ll see below — and as you’ll hear when you join me for my “Fresh Cuts” radio hour! Listen every Friday at 2 p.m. Eastern, 11 a.m. Pacific via the 24/7 stream on our website, app, or your smart speaker.

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In the meantime, check out some of the best new music we’ve been listening to this week.

Alice Gerrard – “Remember Us”

Music legend Alice Gerrard announces a new album out on October 20. “Remember Us” is an ode to “all the departed whose shoulders we stand on, whose work and lives we benefit from, who came or were transported against their will to this land.”

Buffalo Nichols – “Love is All”

Steel guitar encompasses Carl Nichols (aka Buffalo Nichols) latest song from his upcoming release (The Fatalist out September 15). According to Nichols “In our society the bar is set very low for what is deemed acceptable behavior for men. It is socially acceptable to be cruel and place financial gain over human kindness so I believe loving and treating someone with respect, fairness and kindness is one of the most powerful things one can do.”

Tyler Childers – “In Your Love” 

Kentucky-born Childers’ released “In Your Love” alongside a music video with a sweet LGBTQ+ love story. The song, which is worthy of the video’s hype, is included on his upcoming album Rustin’ in the Rain, out September 8.

Nina de Vitry – “History” 

Nina de Vitry offers soulful, jazz-tinged Americana on her debut album (What You Feel Is Real, out August 25). Yes, the last name does seem familiar, the Nashville-based singer-songwriter is Maya de Vitry’s younger sister.

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