Lowell Folk Festival – Reviews Are In

In today’s Boston Globe writer Stuart Munro puts the 2011 Lowell Folk Festival in a nutshell when he says:

” …the hallmark of the festival is musical diversity, because that’s what they strive to produce… With diversity comes surprise: It’s hard to leave Lowell without having been bowled over by a type of music that you’ve never experienced before… it’s folk music in the widest sense of the term.”

Read the full article that included review of The Quebe Sisters, Bill Kirchen, Shemekia Copeland, Nathan Williams and his Zydeco Cha-Chas, the Birmingham Sunlights and more here at boston.com.

Also check throughout out today’s Lowell Sun here for more stories and terrific photos of the 2011 Lowell Folk Festival weekend production in historic downtown Lowell.

One Response to Lowell Folk Festival – Reviews Are In

  1. PaulM says:

    Once again, cultural activity provides positive and widespread media coverage of life in Lowell. The facing full-page, illustrated reviews of the Lowell Folk Festival and Newport Folk Festival in today’s Globe “G” emphasize our city’s major-league position in the cultural industry of New England.