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Entries in Alternative Folk (5)


All This Empty Sky by Larissa Jaye

Larissa Jaye sings All This Empty Sky as a part of Cyber PR®’s 9/11 Tribute.

All this Empty Sky


Put The Fork Down (Fatty) by Joe Ferris

Folk/Punk Comedy song by solo acoustic singer/song-writer Joe Ferris.

I wrote this a while ago now and re-recorded it for my new E.P ‘Shits ‘n’ Giggles!’ which is available from my webiste:  where you can also find lots more previews and links to videos. Also a guestbook that I hope you’ll leave me a message in!

This song is the musical equivalent of diet pills - I’ve heard about 12 step weight loss plans and I decided to streamline the whole process down to just one step. Put the fucking fork down!

Put The Fork Down (Fatty) by Joe Ferris


Sister by Emily Poe Project

Sister by Emily Poe Project

Noblesville, IN






Sister by Emily Poe Project


Future Dream by Tom Getter Slack

Tom Getter Slack is a veteran songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a knack for great songwriting and arrangements. After years of varied musical endeavors, and a slew of songwriting accolades, Tom settled in to writing and recording DIY productions of his songs. The latest collection, an introspective yet poignant set of tunes collected over the years, is now available in a remarkable new album called Looking Glass.

Future Dream by Tom Getter Slack


Time by Deborah Crooks

Deborah Crooks is a seeker. The San Francisco Bay Area-born and bred singer/songwriter grew up at the nexus of two tectonic plates; close to a city known for its history of social, musical and political upheaval. These days Crooks is a vibrant artist carrying on the San Francisco tradition of powerful female singer/songwriters with literate lyrics and progressive musical attitudes; well respected within the music scene and increasingly so outside of it.

Time by Deborah Crooks