The official website of Every Folk Song, a podcast about the history of old folk music, with insights, tangents, and lots of character.
And what do a bunch of randos on iTunes say about it?
"This podcast is fun, thoughtful, interesting, and well researched!"
"One of my favorite podcasts!"
"Matt is a super charming and funny host. I laugh out loud at least once an episode and tear up probably every other episode."
"Matt does an awesome job of completely researching each entry and presenting every aspect with painstaking detail. He does all the work and we just sit back and learn everything."
"You don't have to love folk music to find the genre fascinating."
And are there any other words that would help with SEO?
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