The Troubadour Tribune – News & Commentary on the Singer-Songwriters of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Between 1968 and 1974, six singer-songwriters re-shaped popular music and created the soundtrack for a generation. Forty years on, they continue to make compelling music and reach new audiences. The Troubadour Tribune is your website to follow your favorite artists.
The Troubadour Tribune is written by Corey Blake, one of the ‘new audiences’ demographic. He’s been closely following James Taylor and his peers for two decades, and always wondered why there wasn’t one website that catered to fans of the ’70s singer-songwriter movement. So, he decided to stop waiting and create one himself.
While most well-versed in James Taylor, he has plenty still to learn about some of the others. The Troubadour Tribune is always looking for contributors. If you’d like to join the Tribune, either for a limited time or as part of the regular Tribune staff, please email.
(The Troubadour Tribune has no affiliation with The Troubadour club in Los Angeles.)