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New Album in 2018 and other news

A late spring update: We spent about a year putting together the new ‘ Prophets on the Boulevard ‘ album, featuring 12 original songs and a cover of Willie Dixon’s 1961 blues tune ‘ Little Red Rooster ‘. The project

#8 on the Folk DJ Charts March 2018!

Prophets on the Boulevard

Many thanks to the Folk DJs around the world for supporting our new release ‘ Prophets on the Boulevard ‘ – #8 Album – #8 – #11 – #23 songs

New CD Release: Prophets on the Boulevard

Prophets on the Boulevard

In “PROPHETS ON THE BOULEVARD”, Rob takes you on a walk through the Boston Common, up to a mountain top in West Virginia, to a street corner prophet helping the downtrodden, and on a stroll in an historic small town

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Tom Dooley On The Charts!

Tom Dooley & Friends - Rob McHale

Thank you to all of the DJs around the world for helping to keep the Tom Dooley Legend alive and all of you for the support – Folk DJ Chart #2 Song, #9 Song, and #8 Album for October 2016

The Tom Dooley Files

The Tom Dooley Files

The North Carolina mountain folk legend of Tom Dooley, made internationally famous by the Kingston Trio’s 1958 chart-topping ballad, is the subject of an in depth, historically accurate book based on years of research performed by author Charlotte Corbin Barnes.

The Alternate Root Magazine

The Alternate Root Magazine January 30, 2015 Rob McHale has been nominated, and taken home awards for his work as a singer/songwriter. The real prize with the North Carolina songman, however, is what is felt with his songs, the way

Folk Words Magazine

Folk Words Magazine – Heronsgate ( London ), England December 12, 2014 Music of a hundred years ago, from yesterday or today – whenever you place them the songs of Rob McHale should be taught in school because they reflect

Lonesome Highway Magazine

Lonesome Highway Magazine Rob McHale ‘Fields’ – Wooden Door Records MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 Rob McHale is a North Carolina-based folk-Americana artist whose songs can take you through a small town, down a dirt road or on an historical journey

Keys and Chords Magazine

From his home in North Carolina Rob McHale observes the American society. Intelligent observations that bring you to secluded spots along dusty fields, roads, or in towns. Stories that take you to the battlefields of the Civil War lead in


[Rob McHale] has released an excellent record again, jam packed with songs with one eye on what is and what is to come, and other to what is already over. Particularly warm blooded songs delivered with an equally hot blooded