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Songs of Water
Songs of Water is a Greensboro-based band whose music is constantly evolving and difficult to pigeonhole.
Songs of Water has been featured on PRI’s sound scape radio program Echoes, and NPR’s Thistle and Shamrock. Thistle host Fiona Ritchie called Songs of Water’s most recent release The Sea Has Spoken a “very rewarding listen”, and New Indie Bands magazine’s Chris Smith writes “No matter what your flavor of folk or world music, I think you’ll probably find some
thing on the new Songs Of Water disc that you’ll like. I know that I certainly did”.
Songs of Water is led by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Stephen Roach. He stopped by with fiddler, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Luke Skaggs to talk about their music.