.“Folk Music Hero Marc Silber”
A 2024 Article by Michael Erelwine

“MARC SILBER: A Life of Inquiry And Respect Towards Exotic Traditions”
What we think of as Blues today has been chopped, tailored and regularized, cutting out much of the strangeness and irregularities. The proto-blues of the turn of the 19th century was usually played by non-literate musicians who often played the guitar with a slide, rendering the tempered tuning of the frets irrelevant.

“Going To A Better Land”
Marc Silber, Berkeley, CA. Review by Norman L. Beberman, Staff Writer — Sorry, link currently broken –

Blue Fiddler – Common Ground, Sept 2004
An article about blues fiddler, Vassar Clements. Mentions duet with Marc Silber

Blues, More Blues & Guitar
Marc Silber describes his early days

12 String Guitars — Lead Belly Letter, Fall 1993
An article by Harry Lewman

San Francisco Folk Festival 2003
From the 2003 program.

Wind Blowing Across A Field
An extract from the book by Evo Bluestein and Juliana Harris.

Marc Silber’s 50 Year Journey
An article by Teja Gerken.

An Appreciation
Comments by Daniel Hamburg

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