E.C. Ball's Gift To A Frowning World

Spiritual, haunted, rollicking and fiercely independent: Nathan Salsburg and a group of like-minded artists pay tribute to a singular voice from the Blue Ridge, E.C. Ball.

Alan Lomax in Haiti: A Personal Journey of Discovery

In 1936, a 21-year-old Alan Lomax, on his first solo ethnographic expedition, discovered a nation redefining its identity. He struggled with personal and technical challenges, but returned with 1,500 recordings and film — now available for the first time from Harte Recordings, the Lomax archive, and the Library of Congress.

Sing Murder

Lonely woods and lost loves, deadly encounters and a waiting noose… the dark history of the murder ballad. Exclusive video interview and three original performances from country-music hero Charlie Louvin, and a murder ballad playlist. Two of Charlie's recordings were recently nominated for Grammy Awards.