About Folk N’ Rock

The Site

Welcome to the home of Folk N’ Rock, where you get to enjoy all the information you will ever need about the Fusion, Folk, Rock, Punk and Metal music scene. The site was started in December of 2000 as Irish Punk, when it was just a simple blog, and now it has grown to what it is today because of the increase in viewers and their interest.

We strive to ensure that our loyal readers get all the latest information as soon as it breaks. Our news cover everything from whats happening with the hottest bands, information on album releases, and when and where artist will preforming.

With our reviews, will give you our thoughts on what to expect from various albums, EPs, and LPs, both new and existing. In the interviews section, we talk with both mainstream and independent bands in the industry and learn about what inspires them, their history, their accomplishments, and what they hope to achieve.

Today Folk N’ Rock has a global audience with a very strong presence in Ireland and the United State. As one of the top Folk Punk sites, our aim is to provide readers with high quality content, and a way to discover new bands.

Site Staff

Our staff consist of dedicated and experienced people who are passionate about music. We have both freelancers and professional writers, photographers, and podcasters. Our members come from all corners of the globe, and from a variety of age groups. Get to know our team by checking out their profiles on our staff page.


I would like to send in promos or albums for review, how do I get in touch with you?
Please check out our get reviewed page for information on sending us promotional materials.

Does the radio play any music that has been released under the RIAA?
We only showcase music in radio, videos, and podcast if we have the express written consent of the artist and labels

Can I help contribute to the site?
Yes. if you have any news please fill out the submission form here.

Could I be a full time editor?
Maybe, please send in any credentials to us in our contact section. While there are no requirements , it will certainly help if you have any of the following.

College degree in journalism.
Having extensive contacts and unique sources in the business.
Having prior experience in either magazines, newspapers, or other websites.