According to Wikipedia New York's Anti-Folk movement started in the early 1980s when a booker at Folk City told singer-songwriter Lach that his music was "too punk" for a gig there. Lach started an after-hours club of his own on the Lower East Side called The Fort - and since its opening coincided with the city's Folk Festival, Lach dubbed his event "The New York Antifolk Festival".…Read More
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