top-rated free essay


By themasterisdead67 Aug 05, 2015 514 Words
Article Title: 
What information seems the most important? Note key points mentioned in the article.   “A few years ago, singer Wesley Schultz said, hearing The Lumineers' brand of all­acoustic folk rock on a Top 40 countdown would  have been pretty unthinkable.” 

“It's been two years since producer Ken Ehrlich and the Grammy Awards reintroduced the world to folk rock,“  “Flash forward and the London­based Mumford & Sons are platinum­selling artists who draw 10,000 at a pop”  “Call it folk. Call it roots rock or Americana. Almost anywhere you go these days you can hear the lonesome sound of the banjo”  "Every good character in a movie or play is either running toward something or running from something," Schultz said. "I think it was  pretty apparent I was running from New York. I was pretty upset with my experience.”  “They've echoed those sounds back at a new generation, one that seems open to sad songs that resonate deeply” 

Look at the key points and organize any that are related.   ​
 “A few years ago, singer 

“It's been two years since 

"Every good character in a 

Wesley Schultz said, hearing 

producer Ken Ehrlich and the 

movie or play is either running 

The Lumineers' brand of 

Grammy Awards reintroduced 

toward something or running 

all­acoustic folk rock on a Top 

the world to folk rock,“ 

from something," Schultz said. 

40 countdown would have 

"I think it was pretty apparent I 

been pretty unthinkable.” 

was running from New York. I 
“Call it folk. Call it roots rock or  was pretty upset with my  Americana. Almost anywhere  experience.” 





you go these days you can 
hear the lonesome sound of 
the banjo” 


“Flash forward and the 
London­based Mumford & 


Sons are platinum­selling 
“They've echoed those sounds  artists who draw 10,000 at a  back at a new generation, one  pop” 
that seems open to sad songs 
that resonate deeply” 




What do the key points in each group have in common? Use that information to determine  central ideas. 
 Rise to fame  

 Popularity of folk rock    Hard start  







Cite This Document

Related Documents

  • 4 11 English

    ...4.11 Accent By: Elexus Foster 1. What is the type of artifact that you photographed? I have located and found an artifact in my city that reflects the African American Culture. I chose to pick the Ritz Theatre. 2. Where in your town is this art located? The artifact is located at 829 N Davis Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32202. 3. What part of t...

    Read More
  • lesson plan in english

    ...TEACHING PAST FORMS OF THE VERB A LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE THREE PUPILS I. GOAL At the end of the discussion, pupils will be able to know and understand the past forms of the verb. II. OBJECTIVES a. Enabling - Pupils will be able to understand that -ed, -d, -ied can be added to the base forms of the ve...

    Read More
  • 4 03

    ...Dynamics Virtual Lab Activity, please fill in this lab report with the appropriate information and data. Purpose: Analyze graphs to determine the population size of two marine species. Explain how predation, birth, and death rates impact marine populations. Describe how biotic and abiotic factors influence marine populations. Research: Prey Init...

    Read More

    ...Region 1 Division of San Carlos DEMONSTRATION LESSON PLAN in ENGLISH I Prepared By: GISSELLE C. GARCIA Teacher Applicant I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the 60-minute period, students should be able to achieve the following with at least 75 % of success: a. Differentiate the three degrees of comparison b. Construct effective s...

    Read More
  • Activity 4

    ...HIS 111 World Civilizations I Activity 4 – Town Creek Indian Mound 25 points Name: Bryce Ross Directions: After having read the section titled “Three Complex Societies” and either visiting the Town Creek Indian Mound or viewing its website,, respond to the following questions. Place your responses ...

    Read More
  • Module 4

    ...Estela Garcia June 10, 2014 PHI 2010 Module 3: Chapter 13 & 15. 1. Explain and evaluate the notions of Karma, samsara, and Nirvana. - Karma, samsara and nirvana fall under the religion of Hinduism. When all of our actions bring consequences, either in this life or the next is referred as karma. Samsara means the cycle of b...

    Read More
  • Lesson 4

    ...universal group membership caching 4. To add or remove an application directory partition from Active Directory, the Domain Naming Master needs to be accessible. 5. If a domain controller that holds a FSMO role fails and will not be returned to the network, you can Role Seizure the FSMO role to another domain controller. 6. You can add additi...

    Read More
  • Biology 30: Module 2: Lesson 4

    ...|(15 marks) |Module 2: Lesson 4 ASSIGNMENT | | | | | |This Module 2:...

    Read More

Discover the Best Free Essays on StudyMode

Conquer writer's block once and for all.

High Quality Essays

Our library contains thousands of carefully selected free research papers and essays.

Popular Topics

No matter the topic you're researching, chances are we have it covered.