Definition of folk rock in English:

folk rock

Line breaks: folk rock
Pronunciation: /ˈfəʊkrɒk
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Popular music resembling or derived from folk music but incorporating the stronger beat of rock music and using electric instruments: [as modifier]: a folk rock band
More example sentences
  • Drifting from folk rock to retro surf music and into classic guitar rock 'n' roll, the Durga's sound captivates all who hear it.
  • They weren't a real good guitar rock band, a real good folk rock band, and their experimentation leaves an entire list of somethings to be desired.
  • On balance, if you like folk rock, The Beta Band or Granddaddy, it's probably worth taking a chance on Tiger Flies.

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