Best of 2020 – Peter Jones

Peter Jones hosts Folk & Beyond Thursday afternoon from 4-7.

These are in no particular order.  Please note I chose to not focus on music from the local area, but only from artists outside of Virginia.

Artist(s)/Album/Label
Hawktail/Formations/Padiddle

Sam Reider & The Human Hands/Sam Reider & The Human Hands EP/Sam Reider

Stephane Wrembel/The Django Experiment V/Water Is Life

Grant Gordy/Interpreter/Grant Gordy

Jeff Picker/With The Bass In Mind/Jeff Picker

Ken & Brad Kolodner/Stony Run/Fenchurch

John Doyle/The Path of Stones/Compass

Sweet Cecilia/A Tribute To Al Berard/Sweet Cecilia

Lena Jonsson Trio/Stories From The Outside/Hedgehog

Pharis & Jason Romero/Bet On Love/Lula

Caterina Lichtenberg/Solo/Adventure Music

Mark Stoffel/Coffee & Cake/Mark Stoffel

Doc & Merle Watson/Songs Doc Didn’t Sing/Fli

Adam Hurt/Back To The Earth/Adam Hurt

The Lovestruck Balladeers/Lovestruck Balladeers/Lovestruck Balladeers

Nordic Fiddlers Bloc/Bonfrost/Nordic Fiddlers Bloc

Jon Stickley Trio/Scripting the Flip/Organic

Wes Corbett/Cascade/Wes Corbett

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