To succeed in Folk and Folk Rock is a tough business. A gazillion of unwashed wannabe folksters and their low-quality six strings endlessly populate street corners and tube stations. And try to attract the eye of someone of power, for a few bucks put into greasy hats. Or nothing at all, come to think of it.
Folks like Ed Sheeran and other unlikely stories often seem to be this shiny beacon for the up-and-coming. To try and raffle some of the countless millions the music industry is able to disburse – apparently.
But that dream often turns into bitter illusion, … [...] Click to raid more!