Kenneth Pattengale

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This weekend at The Ford theater, The Milk Carton Kids will host the first “annual” LA Folk Festival, where “misfits” and folk musicians can connect.

Milk Carton Kids celebrate ‘homecoming’ with LA Folk Festival

This weekend at The Ford theater, The Milk Carton Kids will host the first “annual” LA Folk Festival, where “misfits” and folk musicians can connect.

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KCRW DJ Chris Douridas hosts a performance and interview with up and coming artist Kenneth Pattengale at 1:30pm this Saturday, December 5. The LA based singer- songwriter and film composer draws comparisons to - and inspiration from - the likes of Ennio Morricone, Bob Dylan, and Joe Henry, who in fact guests on Pattengale’s new album.

Kenneth Pattengale

KCRW DJ Chris Douridas hosts a performance and interview with up and coming artist Kenneth Pattengale at 1:30pm this Saturday, December 5. The LA based singer- songwriter and film composer draws comparisons to - and inspiration from - the likes of Ennio Morricone, Bob Dylan, and Joe Henry, who in fact guests on Pattengale’s new album.

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