Descriptive Summary

The Kerrville Kronikle, is a British salute to the famous Kerrville Folk Festival, documenting the important years from 1988 to 2004.

Biographical Sketch

The brainchild of the Scottish music critic Arthur Wood, the The Kerrville Kronikle, provides an intimate look at the Texas Hill Country’s annual Kerrville Folk Festival, for which the SWC/SCL Crossroads of Music is the official archive. Billed originally as “a transatlantic tribute,” Wood’s publication ranges from serious music history to tantalizing gossip to madcap humour, all reflecting the spirit of the events mounted at Quiet Valley Ranch and the diverse international community of performers and fans that populates it. The full run of 32 issues is now on-line for the first time and fully searchable below.

Related Material

Tom Frost III Papers, 2000-2003.

Rod Kennedy Papers, 1970-2004.

Kerrville Folk Festival, Records, 1958-2014.

Wayne Kidd Papers, 1970-1975.

Dan McCrimmon Papers, 1964-2007.

Michael Martin Murphey Papers, 1844-2014.

Southwest Regional Folk Alliance Records, 1989-2017.

Digitized periodicals in this community

Issues of these journals are available to browse or search:

“Caravan: folk music magazine,” 1957-1960

“Choog 2-5,” 1957

“Gardyloo, the journal of Washington Square folklore,” 1959-1960

“3rd Coast Music” / “Music City Texas,” 1989-2013

“West Texas Sound,” 1990-1991

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