True legends in this genre

When they are not playing at a folk session in hometown New York, they tour the world over with their unique adaptations of centuries-old ballads. Their original songwriting was compared to Woody Guthrie's in The New Yorker (January 2019). In the intimate Torpedo Theater (a former puppet theater) they can sing and play unamplified, so that the beautiful sound of their voices together and their fantastic guitar- and mandolin playing sounds exactly like it should. This may well be the most memorable concert you will hear this year.