"What I really love about traditional music -- Irish, gypsy, American roots, whatever -- is how it exists in context with what's come before," DiMario [of Crooked Still] says. "It's about real people, going through real stuff, who needed music to survive. I'm more moved by a scratchy field recording, out of tune and with rough edges, than anything modern. The emotional content underneath resonates with deeper meaning."
-- No Depression #76: Abigail Washburn and The Next Generation