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  • n. Plural form of folkster.

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Examples

  • The resident DJs fill the dead air between live sets by Scots bands including indie folksters Meursault, purveyors of awkward pop Crayons and Americana/rock quartet Sebastian Dangerfield.

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  • But, on the final Bank Holiday in May, this parochial little place turns into a lively, ceiladh-packed confluence of folksters and playing accordians and all sorts.

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  • Old folksters will tell you that what Dylan said in that song wasn't revolutionary to those in the know in 1963; he just managed to capture the right words and feelings floating around Greenwich Village and present it in a package the whole world could buy.

    Smells Like Teen Spirit

  • Their influences are diverse, from 1960s British folksters like Shirley Collins and Anne Briggs to 1980s modern rock songwriters like XTC, REM, and Morrissey.

    Boing Boing

  • The seven-piece folk band, also nominated for best new artist, played acoustically on a bare stage, followed by fellow folksters the Avett Brothers, who sang their song, "Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise."

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  • The neo-folksters most recent album combines heightened emotional peaks with solemn, nearly hymnal valleys.

    Colorado Springs Independent

  • And the folksters can also be found at The Red Lion in Godalming on Wednesday nights.

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  • They seem like nice folksters, doin 'professional work.

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  • Confirmed so far, among others, are experimental folksters Tunng and the ever popular Irish troubadour Fionn Regan, 2008 winner of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for best album, Martin Simpson, friends of the festival Danny and the Champions of the World as well as America's Frontier Ruckus.

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  • That track's orchestral base and hip-hop shuffle was easily the most inventive and off-kilter thing the much-loved indie-folksters had recorded, and provided the blueprint for Broken Bells 'debut.

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