Monthly Archives: March 2017

This Week’s Show (2013 REVISITED): Week of 3/27/17

    Segment One: 2013 revisited Avett Brothers from 2013, in-studio stuff from Bobby McFerrin and Laura Marling, Michael Franti & Spearhead, and our first Americanafest session with Billy Bragg. Segment Two: 2013 revisited Tegan & Sara live here, a surprise release from The Civil Wars, Guy Clark’s final album and Serena Ryder live here. Segment Three: 2013 revisted


    Alison Krauss – 3/20/17

      The incomparable Alison Krauss joins us in the studio this week for songs from her first solo album in 18 years, “Windy City.” Showcasing songs largely from the 1960s, Alison and her band run through tunes by Willie Nelson, Roger Miller, John Hartford and more. Joining Alison is Matt Rollings on piano, vocalists Sidney and


      This Week’s Show (#1158): Week of 3/20/17

        Segment One: Acoustic Joe Jackson, new Laura Marling and Judith Owen, and Son Volt both new and old. Segment Two: Part one of our in-studio visit with Alison Krauss, recorded at Sound Emporium, Nashville, 2/15/17. Segment Three: Pieta Brown’s “Postcards,” Aimee Mann’s “Mental Illness,” Wes Stace is now Wes Stace again and The Head & The Heart


        Catie Curtis – 3/13/17

          Catie Curtis is in the studio with us this week, as she’s been many times over the past 20+ years. This time, however, Catie has announced she is retiring from the touring life when she concludes the tour for her new album “While We’re Here.” That decision, and plans for what comes next are the


          Bobby Bazini – 3/6/17

            This time we welcome Bobby Bazini to our studio, playing songs from his new album “Summer Is Gone.” The Montreal artist has seen great success in Canada, and is now pursuing his international career with his third album, written all over the world and recorded in London with producer Martin Terefe.