Courtesy of Quilt

Calling all fans of live folk and acoustic music: this is your week(end)! Throughout the radio show, we’ll preview a few of the more notable concert choices you can make as we close the book on February. You’ll hear from roots-rocker Caroline Rose (playing World Cafe Live on Thu. 2/27), raucous electric country from The Whiskey Gentry (playing Milkboy Philly on Fri. 2/28), and indie folk star Sera Cahoone (supporting Band of Horses at the Merriam Theater on Sat. 3/1). While we aren’t playing Mark Fosson or Nathaniel Earl Bowles, we also recommend their evening of American Primitivism folk at the Rotunda this Friday, 2/28. Listen to Caroline Rose and Sera Cahoone’s previous Folkadelphia Sessions:

Also on this episode of Folkadelphia, we’ll premiere an excerpt from Boston psych-rockers Quilt‘s Folkadelphia Session. This is Quilt’s second appearance on Folkadelphia (and historically, our first encore session with any band), which we recorded back in November of last year. The band treated us to a kaleidoscopic set of songs from their new album, Held In Splendor, now available via Mexican Summer. Quilt performs at the Boot & Saddle tomorrow, February 27th. Stream and download Quilt’s first Folkadelphia Session appearance: