Slippery Hill–The greatest old-time sound resource on the interwebs. Fiddle Tunes Galore!
Folk Streams–A National Preserve of Documentary Films about American Roots Cultures
Association for Cultural Equity–Alan Lomax Archives
Clifton Hicks’ Banjo Heritage Commons–Wonderful site by banjo player, researcher and builder Clifton Hicks.
Old-Time Party-An archive of mostly southern American vernacular music
John Schwab’s BackupGuitar.com–The most important resource for old-time back-up guitar in the multiverse.
Folk Music Index–Tune index for recordings
Banjo Tunings–A catalog of banjo tunings from Zepp Music, compiled by Anita Kermode
Kyle Creed Banjos Website–All things Kyle!
Tommy Jarrell & Fred Cockerham–Two of the masters!
Early Cajun Music–A unique window into the world of Cajun music between 1928 and 1965.
Roots of American Fiddle Music–weird, informative, wacky old-time site.
Digital Library of Appalachia–Search through an endless database of sound recordings.
Hadacol It Something–Cajun Music Mp3s
The Virtual Gramophone–Digital Collection of Canadian Musicians
The Old-Time Herald–A magazine dedicated to old-time music.
Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project–A collection of cylinder recordings.
The Henry Reed Collection— Fiddle Tunes of the Old Frontier
The Fiddler’s Companion–A Descriptive Index of North American, British Isles and Irish Music for the Folk Violin and other Instruments
Mugwumps–An online outpost for buying, selling, trading and learning about folk instruments. It has killer esoteric banjo information!
The Berkeley Old-Time Music Convention–Super, wonderful old-time music festival founded and directed by Suzy Thompson.
FolkWorks–Folk/Roots/Trad. Music, and Dance Happenings in Southern California.