When people ask what roots music is, it's all too easy to name-check the greats: Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and so on. But beyond them are Sara and Maybelle Carter, Elizabeth Cotten, Judy Collins, Big Mama Thornton, and countless other women whose stories have mostly been told through the lens of the men who accompanied or "discovered" them. The fall 2017 issue of No Depression, "Foremothers," digs into the stories of the women who influenced everything from a fledgling country music industry to the rise of rock and roll. Learn about this music from their perspective and from the women who owe them their careers.Long features: A century of American music through the women of the Carter FamilyElizabeth Cotten's folk revivalThe untold story of Karen DaltonAnnie Oakley and the legacy of outlaw countryAn oral history of 'Trio'Short features: Judy CollinsBig Mama ThorntonAlice GerrardRuthie FosterSharon Van Etten on artists like Vashti Bunyon and Jackie DeShannonDaniel Lanois on the making of Emmylou Harris's Wrecking BallMark Erelli on Catie Curtis, Lori McKenna, and Kris DelmhorstKaia Kater
No Depression Fall 2017
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