If there is any doubt as to the future of folk music, it disappears as soon as we listen to Kevin Morby’s music. Heir to Dylan and so many other American troubadours, Kevin is part of a generation of folk singers that includes names like Angel Olsen or Kurt Vile. Prior to his solo career, Mr. Morby lived good moments in some groups, indispensable for his artistic growth, at first in Woods and then in the duo The Babies with Cassie Ramone. When he left Brooklyn for Los Angeles, he recorded a collection of songs dedicated to New York City. He then realized that his solo path was beginning to take shape and in 2013, Kevin recorded what would be his first solo album: “Harlem River”. “Still Life”, the second album, was released the following year. Kevin gathered some friends and took another risk, presenting an album that goes beyond the intimate relationship between a man and his guitar. By this time, everyone had surrendered to Kevin Morby’s classic and beautiful songs but his acclaim only increased with the following albums: “Singing Saw” and “City Music”. In these years, his albums were at the charts of many publications like Mojo, Uncut or Pitchfork. His work ethic leaves his fans at ease: they already know they don’t have to wait long to hear some new songs by him. And 2019 is the year for another album. “Oh My God” explores Kevin Morby’s growing spiritual concerns, increasingly mature and in constant dialogue with his references such as Lou Reed and Bob Dylan (his gospel phase). Kevin Morby i sone of the best singer-songwriters of our time and he will be in Lisbon in November for another edition of Super Bock in Stock.