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  • Lydia Peelle by Gillian Welch Fall 2009 from BOMB

     Singer/songwriter Gillian Welch writes of Lydia Peelle, “We met in Nashville as part of a circle of Southern transplants. All of us were artists, writers, musicians, and folklorists, living in the South because it spoke to us and to our wor...
  • A Conversation with Gillian Welch On Her Way To Canada by Mike Ragogna 8/3/11 from The Huffington Post

    Mike Ragogna : Hi Gillian, let's talk about your new album The Harrow And The Harvest . Personally, I would love to go through this record with you and explore each song.
    Gillian Welch : We can try. I usually don't like pinning down exactly what a son...
  • The Fresh Air Interview: Gillian Welch & David Rawlings

    Gillian Welch and David Rawlings' long-awaited collaboration The Harrow and the Harvest came out in June, marking an almost eight-year wait for fans of their 2003 album Soul Journey.  The 10 songs that make up the new album deal with some heavy su...
  • THE GHOSTLY ONES by Alec Wilkinson from The New Yorker

    David Rawlings told me Gillian Welch’s life story. She had grown tired of telling it herself. Welch is a singer and songwriter whose music is not easily classified—it is at once innovative and obliquely reminiscent of past rural forms&mdash...