Sunday, October 30, 2016

MATC Times interview



"I think the thing that I come back to a lot is the notion of equality and accessibility. That’s what I love about folk music. It’s ours. It’s our accessible music. We all have access to it and we can all participate in it. I think that notion of equal participation is something that we’re seeing less and less of in this country. It hurts your heart to see that go away, when there’s so few things that we can all participate in it’s hard, and folk music is one of the things that’s left  for us all to have and call our own."

Check out the full interview "A down-home chat with Charlie Parr" on the MATC Times website.

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