“spectral folk pop atmospherics created by dreamy lead guitar melodies, stretched rhythms, and reverby vocals.” – The Modern Folk Music of America
Native Harrow is folk music out of place both in time and in construction. Sounds of yesterday paired with stories of today. The ambition of the 60s movement transported to the time and place of here and now, this is a thinking woman’s folk music – the songs of Devin Tuel.
Sorores, the new album co-produced by Tuel and multi-instrumentalist Stephen Harms will be released June 2, 2017 on her own Canyon Lady Records. “The songs of Sorores reflect changes of heart, growth of soul, struggles in my hunt to find life’s magic, and my exploration of the vast world of sounds. This Latin word for ‘sisters’ has resounded in and from me throughout the writing and recording process and, I feel, captures the essence of this album.”
“Native Harrow will bring you back to the early 60’s NYC Greenwich Village folk scene, the dimly lit listening rooms filled with wooden cafe tables and cigarette smoke, and people quietly listening to someone singing an original song and playing an acoustic guitar”. – See/Saw Music Blog
Ian Fitzgerald is a folk singer and songwriter. Based in New England, he has toured throughout the United States. Known for his storytelling and skillful use of language, Ian has independently released five albums of original material, including his newest effort You Won’t Even Know I’m Gone. Performer Magazine called Ian “a polished songsmith who is high atop a field of great artists breaking through to festival and folk concerts throughout the States.”
Ian performed at the 2016 and 2015 Newport Folk Festivals and opened the official kickoff show for the 2014 Newport Folk Festival, dubbed “All Newport’s Eve.” Ian has opened shows for Iris DeMent; Willy Mason; Joan Shelley; Darlingside; Mark Erelli; Tracy Grammer; The Ballroom Thieves; Jonathan Edwards; Tall Tall Trees; Vandaveer; Ark Life; Parsonsfield; and Freedy Johnston, among others