Thursday, June 23, 2016

New Folkadelphia Session!

via Folkadelphia: "I need you to listen to Charlie Parr. In some ways, it feels like my mission in radio is to convince every single person cruising the FM dial, surfing the web, or visiting the Folkadelphia website or archive to dig and to dig extra deep into Charlie’s music. If you love roots and acoustic music, Charlie’s your guy. If you love history and the rich tradition of American folk music, I’m pointing you to Parr. If you jive with Folkadelphia’s mission to help bridge that gap between old and new, I can’t raise up a better example than Mr. Charlie Parr. What more can I say?"

KDHX Session (4/12/16)

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

"No Cover, No Minimum" Radio Podcast


Enjoy Charlie's performance from March 24 from the Rock Garden Room at Icon Lounge in Sioux Falls courtesy of South Dakota Public Radio! Listen HERE.

Friday, May 27, 2016

June Tour Dates

6/2 - Bonfire Music & Arts Festival (Hillsboro, WI)
6/5 - Grand Old Days (Saint Paul, MN)
6/9 - Pete Fest @ Beaner's Central (Duluth, MN)
6/10 - Blue Ox Music Festival (Eau Claire, WI)
6/11 - The Red Herring Lounge 2 Year Birthday Bash (Duluth, MN)
6/12 - Nevis Sites and Bites (Nevis, MN)
6/17 - Lake Ave Live (Duluth, MN)
6/18 - Great Northern Radio Show at Myles Reif Center (Grand Rapids, MN)
6/19 - Dakota Jazz Club (Minneapolis, MN)
6/22 - Red Herring Lounge (Duluth, MN)
6/24 - The Edgewater (Madison, WI)
6/25 - Grand Oak Opry (Saint Paul, MN)
6/26 - Prairie Moon Winery (Ames, IA)

WPR SET LIST Session



Download the full session on SET LIST'S Bandcamp!

Tony's Acoustic Challenge Interview

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

The Ark of Music - Stumpjumper review


"As a whole, Stumpjumper is raw and authentic, a piece of real music that real music lovers of any genre can appreciate. But there’s more here…this album (and all of Parr’s work for that matter) possesses an intangible value. Though difficult to identify, it has something to do with the fact that Mr. Parr dares to produce and inject truth and meaning into a culture that, currently, seems to turn arrogantly away from anything that causes one to think or feel sincerely. His music, scarred and weathered, is completely and totally vulnerable. And, in an age of cynicism and entitlement, Charlie’s vulnerability is not only rare, it is essential."

Read the full review at The Ark of Music.