Official Site of "Mother Country", a celebration of the music of John Stewart
All recording related to John Stewart
Il Maestro. What more to say?
Jim's Big Ego
A big thanks to Jim and his ego for constructing my new website. Jim's a great songwriter, extraordinarily intelligent and creative, and I truly dig his words and style. He's also producing my upcoming CD which, I dare say, y'all are going to love. It's going to be the best one yet. By far...
Liz Linder Photography
Many of the images on this site come from Liz Linder Photography --the website theme, album covers, and some performance shots as well. I can't recommend or thank Liz enough. Beautiful stuff.
Home Sweet Home
One of the best acoustic music clubs on the planet, and where I played my first gig.
The Fox Run House Concert Series
Great music series just west of Boston, and "simply one of the best places to experience music in the free world." (Thanks for the quote, Neale)
Dave Crossland proudly endorses the full-contact use of Knucklehead guitar strings --especially the Heavy Gauge, Red-Headed Stepchild with an extra high E string in every pack.
Wonderful songwriter, singer and person. --And she sings harmony vocals on "Pearl."
Great guy and awesome mandolin player.
You've got to check out Zig's music. She's one of my favorite songwriters and people. Last summer, she asked me to sing backup on her now recent Christmas album. I accepted, of course, and while I generally don't like Christmas albums as much as I am told I should, I was blown away by Zig's CD.
The Passim Folk Music and Cultural Center
Good friends and great music. If you're ever in the Boston area, you've got to check them out. The music club traces its roots back to Club 47, where Bob Dylan and Joan Baez --and Betsy Siggins, Passim's Executive Director-- used to hang out before having achieved each one's unique brand of notoriety....