Monthly Archives: April 2017


Kacey Musgraves – 4/24/17

    Kacey Musgraves and her band drop by our studio for songs both old and brand new! Now between albums, Kacey is trying out a couple new songs, as well as re-arranging songs from her albums “Pageant Material” and “Same Trailer Different Park.”  


    This Week’s Show (#1163): Week of 4/24/17

      Segment One: New Ed Sheeran and Jesca Hoop, Jesca with Sam Beam live here, BNQT and Band Of Horses live in the studio. Segment Two: A 60’s classic re-imagined by The Shins and in-studio guest Kacey Musgraves. Segment Three: Father John Misty, Pokey LaFarge, new Martha Wainwright and Rufus Wainwright live here in ’01. Segment Four: Foy Vance


      Colin Hay @ The Leon Loft – 4/17/17

        It’s a live visit this week with Colin Hay at The Leon Loft, with songs from Colin’s new album “Fierce Mercy.” The former front man of Men At Work is also one of the funniest storytellers working today, so this visit is filled with hilarious tales about his new songs, 30 year solo career and


        This Week’s Show (#1162): Week of 4/17/17

          Segment One: Adele from 21, new Muddy Magnolias, Ryan Montbleau and Sera Cahoone, plus Emmylou Harris live in the studio. Segment Two: West Virginia’s best, and in-studio guest Colin Hay at The Leon Loft (photo: Charlie Steen). Segment Three: Lillie Mae with and without Jack White, new Sam Outlaw and Dido in our studio in 1999. Segment Four:


          Regina Spektor – 4/10/17

            We welcome back Regina Spektor to our studio to play songs both new and old. Regina’s latest, “Remember Us To Life,” is her first since becoming a mother, and other items of discussion include politics, “fake news,” Chance The Rapper and more!  


            Rodney Crowell @ Americanafest 2016 – 4/3/17

              Rodney Crowell returns for songs from the newly released “Close Ties.” We recorded this week’s visit in September, 2016 at Americanafest in Nashville. Besides the new tunes, Rodney also offered interesting observations on Nashville in the early 70s, his late friends Guy and Susanna Clark, and even took some questions from our live audience! Many