WoodSongs (Old Time Radio Hour) is an internationally syndicated radio program recorded before a live audience each week at the historic Lyric Theatre in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.
All Past Episodes
56:30 | #2303 | TV-G
Laurie Lewis is internationally renowned as a singer, songwriter, fiddler, bandleader and producer. Nefesh Mountain is the place where American Bluegrass and old-time music meet with Jewish heritage and tradition.
59:00 | #2302 | TV-G
American blues rock guitarist and singer Jimmie Vaughan has dedicated his life to the blues.
59:00 | #2301 | TV-G
The Chuck Wagon Gang showcase their simple style, yet distinctive sound. The Small Glories perform.
56:30 | #2213 | TV-G
Chris Stills, son of American rock musician Stephen Stills, and dobro player Abbie Gardner perform.
56:31 | #2212 | TV-G
Aubrey Logan showcases her jaw-dropping vocals and expert trombone-playing. Gaelynn Lea performs her experimental takes on traditional fiddle music.
56:30 | #2211 | TV-G
Lee Roy Parnell is known as a triple-threat artist for his guitar prowess, and Samantha Fish has quickly established herself as a rising star in the contemporary blues world.
56:30 | #2210 | TV-G
Singer-songwriter John Gorka got his start at a neighborhood coffeehouse in Pennsylvania. The War and Treaty are the husband & wife duo of Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Blount.
56:30 | #2209 | TV-G
The Mammals, a high-octane Americana quintet, and American roots orchestra the Dustbowl Revival perform.
56:30 | #2208 | TV-G
Virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Molly Tuttle and premier fiddler Mike Barnett appear.
56:30 | #2207 | TV-G
Internationally known street performers Abby the Spoon Lady and Chris Rodrigues appear.
56:30 | #2206 | TV-G
The many styles, sounds, and stories of the ukulele are explored with musicians from across America.
56:30 | #2205 | TV-G
Singer Rhonda Vincent, one of the most decorated Bluegrass artists, performs great new songs.
56:30 | #2204 | TV-G
Young master guitarists from around the world perform on this special event broadcast of WoodSongs. Revered guitar player Tommy Emmanuel mentors the young artists.
56:30 | #2203 | TV-G
Dom Flemons and more great artists celebrate the 70th anniversary of Smithsonian Folkways. They join Michael to share the label's mission, story, and cultural heritage.
56:31 | #2202 | TV-G
Musicians and songwriters celebrate Sun Records, that was founded in 1952 in Memphis, Tennessee, and launched the careers of Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Elvis, Jerry Lee, and Charlie Rich.
56:30 | #2201 | TV-G
Dan Tyminski, one of the premier vocalists in modern acoustic music, and Drew Holcomb, a road warrior for more than a decade, perform.
56:30 | #2113 | TV-G
Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge first full-length album Avalon is a love letter to the sound of an acoustic guitar. Aoife O'Donovan spotlights her latest project, Man in the Neon Coat: Live in Cambridge.
28:30 | #2112 | TV-G
Billy Strings plays material from his latest, Turmoil & Tinfoil. String band Whiskey Shivers performs songs from their new album, Some Part of Something.
56:31 | #2111 | TV-G
Dailey & Vincent has been hailed as one of the most exciting and reputable Bluegrass bands in America. Chastity Brown melds folk, pop, and soul on her debut album, Silhouette of Sirens.
56:30 | #2110 | TV-G
Livingston Taylor plays songs from latest album, Blue Sky, and talks about teaching young artists at the Berklee College of Music. Rebecca Loebe is an award-winning indie-folk singer from Atlanta, Georgia, who has appeared on The Voice.
56:31 | #2109 | TV-G
United by Music is a performance program for musically talented people with developmental and intellectual challenges. The organization has put together the United by Music North America band, a fabulous ensemble of musicians, to perform.
56:34 | #2108 | TV-G
This massive roots music spectacular features amazing WoodSongs kids from around the nation plus special guests from the Folk Alliance, Blues Foundation, the IBMA and SongFarmers to explain what each organization does and how interested musicians can benefit from their grassroots work.
56:30 | #2107 | TV-G
Guy Davis and Fabrizio Poggi pay homage to the legendary blues duo Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee on their latest release, Sonny & Brownie's Last Train. An all-star team of Affralachian poets lead by Frank X and Bianca Spriggs will read and discuss their poetry with background music by renown Louisville jazz pianist Harry Pickens.
56:30 | #2106 | TV-G
Shun Ng is an award-winning fingerstyle guitar virtuoso known for his unique style. Peter Mulvery performs from his latest record, Are You Listening?.
56:34 | #2105 | TV-G
The Blind Boys of Alabama perform songs from their emotional new album, Almost Home.
56:30 | #2104 | TV-G
The Navy's premier country-bluegrass ensemble performs. Parker Hastings is the youngest national thumb picking champion in history.
56:30 | #2103 | TV-G
From Berea, Kentucky, The McLain Family Band celebrates their 50-year anniversary performing bluegrass music.
56:30 | #2102 | TV-G
The virtuoso guitarist from Australia celebrates his new album, Accomplice One. It's an album full of incredible duets that showcases his love of many styles.
56:30 | #2101 | TV-G
Bela Flect and Abigail Washburn play songs from their innovative second album, Echo in the Valley,
56:33 | #2013 | TV-G
Victor Wainwright & The Train showcase great songs with high-octane boogie piano and big soul. Birds of Chicago is a collective built around husband and wife duo JT Nero and Allison Russell.
56:33 | #2012 | TV-G
Ben Sollee dives deep into heavy cello and drum grooves and adventurous instrumentals. Luke Bulla won the National Fiddle Contest six times as a kid and won the Grand Champion division at age sixteen.
56:33 | #2011 | TV-G
Eric Johnson has long been hailed as one of the world's preeminent electric guitarists. The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet plays a modern variant of 1930's Django Reinhardt-inspired gypsy jazz.
56:34 | #2010 | TV-G
Exile performs pop and country songs. The Martin Family Circus is a vocal-driven melodic band.
56:35 | #2009 | TV-G
The singing group Linkin' Bridge and the Tucson five piece Run Boy Run perform.
56:33 | #2008 | TV-G
The acoustic trio Six-String Soldiers are part of the United States Army Field Band. Pentagon Winds is a woodwind quintet originally formed in 1989 as part of the Army Field Band's College Clinic Team.
56:33 | #2007 | TV-G
Grammy-winning music legend Peter Rowan and all-star bluegrass supergroup J2B2 perform.
56:33 | #2006 | TV-G
Sam Bush is a bluegrass music legend and one of the premier masters of the mandolin.
56:34 | #2005 | TV-G
Roger McGuinn, folk icon and founding member of The Bryds, and John Lomax III appear.
56:35 | #2004 | TV-G
EmiSunshine, the 13-year-old prodigy from East Tennessee, is a true vocal stylist whose music has been described as "old-timey." Blue Highway is considered one of the highest esteemed bluegrass band in the history of the genre.
56:34 | #2003 | TV-G
Judy Collins returns to WoodSongs riding the global wave of her first new studio album in four years. Ari Hest makes his second appearance on the program.
56:33 | #2002 | TV-G
George Winston, a celebrated American pianist whose career spans more than 40 years, performs. The Outside Track, one of the top Celtic acts in the world, performs.
56:33 | #2001 | TV-G
John Oates performs classic Hall and Oates hits solo acoustic and reads from his new memoir.
55:15 | #1913 | TV-G
Today's most preeminent American blues and roots artists celebrate the music of Muddy Waters.
56:33 | #1912 | TV-G
Progressive banjo players Alison Brown and monster mandolin master Frank Solivan perform. Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley is a unique collaborative effort between two gifted musicians.
56:30 | #1911 | TV-G
The California Guitar Trio explore the intersections between rock, jazz, classical and world music. Sugar Blue is the Grammy Award-winner who has played with legends from Willie Dixon to The Rolling Stones.
56:30 | #1910 | TV-G
Grammy-nominated Bobby Rush is considered one of the greatest bluesman currently performing. Dallahan is one of the fastest rising forces on the international folk circuit.
56:28 | #1909 | TV-G
Guitarists Andy McKee and Christie Lenee celebrate trailblazing acoustic guitarist Michael Hedges.
56:33 | #1908 | TV-G
John McEuen brings over 45 years of worldwide performing with his banjo, fiddle, guitar, and mandolin. Bill and the Belles continue to further the music traditions of their region.
56:30 | #1907 | TV-G
Michael Martin Murphey has left an indelible mark on the American music landscape crafting and recording such iconic hits as "Wildfire," "Carolina In The Pines," and more. The Kentucky Headhunters are known as "Southern Rock Royalty."
56:34 | #1906 | TV-G
The music of Merle Travis, a Kentucky guitar hero and an American music icon, is showcased.
56:30 | #1905 | TV-G
The O'Connor Band with Mark O'Connor features one of the most iconic fiddlers in American history.
56:33 | #1904 | TV-G
The Ringmasters and Vintage Mix showcase the joyful celebration of Barbershop Singing.
56:32 | #1903 | TV-G
The bluegrass group, assembled by master musician and multi-Grammy winner Jerry Douglas, performs.
56:31 | #1902 | TV-G
Tim O'Brien, one of titans of roots-music, and accomplished musician Ron Block perform.
56:30 | #1901 | TV-G
Folk and civil rights legends use a capella song, dance, and sign language to express their history.
56:29 | #1813 | TV-G
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road showcase their distinct sound and charismatic stage show along with Cajun-influenced country star Eddy Raven. The Martin Family Circus is a talented family band of brilliant musicians.
56:33 | #1812 | TV-G
Talented young performers appears on stage alongside professional and touring artists.
56:29 | #1811 | TV-G
Chris Wood of Medeski Martin and Wood and his brother Oliver create their own evocative sound. The Claudettes perform their own fanatical fusion of blues and soul-jazz.
56:34 | #1810 | TV-G
Renowned singer-songwriter Iris Dement and multi-instrumentalist Leyla Mccalla perform.
56:31 | #1809 | TV-G
Kinky Friedman performs songs from his new album "The Loneliest Man I Even Met." Kacey Jones is one of America's funniest ladies of song.
56:34 | #1808 | TV-G
Harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite is one of the most revered blues musicians in the world. Gill Landry is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Louisiana.
56:29 | #1807 | TV-G
Songwriter Elle King is a phenomenal performer with an incredible voice and massive personality. David Wax Museum's new album Guesthouse melds the band's strong acoustic sound with synthesizers.
56:34 | #1806 | TV-G
Tommy Emmanuel is arguably one of the most exciting, brilliant and powerful guitar masters on earth.
56:32 | #1805 | TV-G
Celtic Aire is the premier Celtic and folk ensemble of the United States Air Force. Leroy Troy and the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band are a "blast from the past" band.
56:31 | #1804 | TV-G
The Carter Family sang a pure, simple harmony that influenced folk, bluegrass, and rock musicians like Woody Guthrie, Bill Monroe, the Kingston Trio, Doc Watson, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, and others.
56:30 | #1803 | TV-G
Singer-songwriter Tom Paxton carries on the folk tradition with passion, wit and grace. Sam Gleaves performs traditional ballads, dance tunes, and original songs.
56:33 | #1802 | TV-G
The critically acclaimed group The Mavericks merge traditional country with rock and roll. Whitney Rose is a special guest on the show as requested by Raul Malo himself.
56:27 | #1801 | TV-G
Singer-songwriter Jewel tells the countless moments of introspection that led her to where she is.
56:34 | #1713 | TV-G
Ten year-old Emi Sunshine and her band The Rain perform songs from her album, Black Sunday '35'. Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley have a new duo project together that features a stellar mix of bluegrass and traditional country.
57:06 | #1712 | TV-G
Country Current, the premier county-bluegrass group of the U.S. Navy Band, performs. Pat Flynn is a Nashville guitar virtuoso and member of the New Grass Revival.
56:31 | #1711 | TV-G
Minton Sparks uses her intoxicating gift for storytelling to paint word pictures of the rural South. Dale Watson is a country music maverick, a true outlaw carrying on where Waylon Jennings left off.
56:34 | #1710 | TV-G
Cellist, singer-songwriter, and composer Ben Sollee is known for his innovative playing style. The Portland Cello Project has wowed audiences all over the country with extravagant performances.
56:30 | #1709 | TV-G
Country music star David Frizell gathers a cadre of music's elite for a great homage to Buddy Holly.
55:31 | #1708 | TV-G
Banjo master J.D. Crowe, trailblazer Doyle Lawson, and Bluegrass Gospel legend Paul Williams perform.
56:30 | #1707 | TV-G
The Music of Appalachia, one of the most fertile musical regions in the world, is celebrated.
56:34 | #1706 | TV-G
The legendary Austin based Grammy-winning Band led by the dynamic Ray Benson performs. The Quebe Sisters from Texas are fiddle champions playing and singing in multi-part harmony.
56:30 | #1705 | TV-G
Celebrated guitarist Jorma Kaokonen is a founding member of two legendary bands, Jefferson Airplane and the still-touring Hot Tuna. Lowell Levinger aka "Banana" is the founding member of The Youngbloods, and the original 'Hippie From Olema'.
56:30 | #1704 | TV-G
Featured in the film O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Fairfield Four are one of the most respected names in gospel music. The McCrary Sisters are long known in Nashville circles as first-call session aces supporting some of music's most vibrant artists.
54:05 | #1703 | TV-G
The name "dulcimer" comes from the Latin and Greek works dulce and melos, which together mean "sweet tune." Master musicians Joshua Messick, Andy Young, and Ted Yoder perform their own distinct style.
56:34 | #1702 | TV-G
Preservation Hall Jazz Band showcases the classic American sound that was created in the Crescent City 100 years ago. The band derives its name from the Preservation Hall venue located in New Orleans' French Quarter.
56:35 | #1701 | TV-G
Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn present their debut album as a duo, after many years of prominence as banjo players and composers in their own eclectic avenues.
56:30 | #1613 | TV-G
Known for her clear-as-a-bell singing voice, Lisa Biales has been dubbed "Belle of the Blues."
56:34 | #1612 | TV-G
Gaelic Storm blends indie-folk and world grooves with Celtic tradition and a rock sensibility.
56:31 | #1611 | TV-G
Artist and songwriter Crowder blends folk/pop/electronica style combined with outstanding musicianship and profound lyrics. He performs inspirational songs from his solo debut album, Neon Steeple. The Collection are an incredible new folk collective with a new album, Ars Moriendi.
56:34 | #1610 | TV-G
The Holmes Brothers deliver a moving blend of blues, gospel, soul, R&B, rock 'n' roll, and country.
56:30 | #1609 | TV-G
Special Consensus blend elements of Chicago blues, swing, newgrass, and country music. Cane Mill Road is a North Carolina bluegrass band formed from kids who met and bonded while performing at MerleFest.
56:34 | #1608 | TV-G
Matt Anderson showcases his skilled guitar work narrative-driven songs blending blues and folk. The Howlin' Brothers return with a new release Trouble that gives the listener a glimpse into the troubadour lifestyle.
56:32 | #1607 | TV-G
Acoustic Eidolon features Joe Scott on double neck guitjo and Hannah Alkire on cello. Willie Watson is best-known for his work with his previous band Old Crow Medicine Show.
56:35 | #1606 | TV-G
Donna The Buffalo's presents feel-good, groove-oriented, danceable and socially conscious music.
42:30 | #1605 | TV-G
Master songwriter and storyteller Ellis Paul and Irish musicians Socks In The Frying Pan perform.
56:35 | #1604 | TV-G
Jon Pickow, Dan Schatz, Elizabeth LaPrelle, and others celebrate folk songwriter Jean Ritchie.
56:30 | #1603 | TV-G
Rhonda Vincent and The Rage is the most awarded band in bluegrass music. Willow Osborne performs.
56:34 | #1602 | TV-G
Acoustic guitarist Bryan Sutton and Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist Dom Flemons perform.
56:30 | #1601 | TV-G
Grammy-winning vocalist Lee Ann Womack performs songs her album, The Way I'm Livin'.
56:16 | #1513 | TV-G
World-class vocalist Mandy Barnett performs. The Dustbowl Revival merge bluegrass and swamp blues.
56:30 | #1512 | TV-G
The newgrass-jam quintet The Infamous Stringdusters and the soulful Elephant Revival perform.
56:30 | #1511 | TV-G
Country singer and songwriter Carlene Carter and dynamic piano player Jason D. Williams perform.
56:31 | #1510 | TV-G
Baskery, a trio of sisters from Sweden, blend punk with the subtlety of singer-songwriting. Willie Sugarcapps collective musical experiences mingle together to create a new kind of organic and artisanal music.
56:30 | #1509 | TV-G
The legendary roots rock band NRBQ performs. Sundy Best re-imagines timeless classic rock.
56:16 | #1508 | TV-G
Suzy Bogguss, one of country music's most evocative vocalists, and artist Valerie June perform.
56:31 | #1507 | TV-G
Israeli superstar David Broza is one of the most vibrant performers in the singer-songwriter world. Mike Stevens and Okaidja Afroso are two passionate musicians from very different backgrounds.
56:22 | #1506 | TV-G
Amy Ray, known as half of the Indigo Girls folk-rock duo, appears with her country band. Songwriter John Fullbright performs selections from his LP, Songs.
56:30 | #1505 | TV-G
A high energy set features Tommy Castro's groove-laden guitar playing and soulfully-searing vocals. Tee Dee Young, a central Kentucky, award-winning blues artist, performs.
56:30 | #1412 | TV-G
Clancey Ferguson, The Ozark Alliance, and more perform at the 66th Annual Ozark Folk Festival in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
56:30 | #1411 | TV-G
Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott are highly regarded as roots music titans and perform music from their album, Memories and Moments. Musician Ron Block also performs.
56:30 | #1504 | TV-G
Folk icon Judy Collins performs songs from Live in Ireland. Singer-songwriter Ari Hest performs.
56:30 | #1503 | TV-G
Michael Johnathon, Rik Palieri, and others celebrate the life and music of folk icon Pete Seeger.
56:30 | #1502 | TV-G
The three soulful world-class virtuosos integrate folk music with European classical music.
56:30 | #1501 | TV-G
The great-grandchildren of Captain and Maria von Trapp perform with the multicultural pop ensemble.
56:31 | #1413 | TV-G
Michael Martin Murphey and The Clark Family Trio perform at the 66th Annual Ozark Folk Festival.
56:30 | #1405 | TV-G
The legendary band Exile celebrates 50 years together with their first new album in twenty years, their induction into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, and more.
56:30 | #1410 | TV-G
Don Rigsby performs songs that Dr. Ralph Stanley recorded throughout his 67-year career. Also performing are Nathan Stanley, grandson of Dr. Ralph Stanley, and The Clinch Mountain Boys.
56:30 | #1409 | TV-G
The McCrary Sisters showcase their southern soul gospel roots. Folk and grass band The Deadly Gentlemen perform.
56:30 | #1408 | TV-G
Guy Davis revives the traditions of acoustic blues and bringing them to as many ears as possible. Plus, Si Kahn & The Looping Brothers perform and Sue Massek performs an excerpt from her one-woman play.
56:30 | #1407 | TV-G
Roots singer-songwriter Old Man Luedecke and singer and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz perform.
56:30 | #1406 | TV-G
Janiva Magness performs songs from her CD, Stronger For It. Minton Sparks performs songs from her latest album, Live at the Station Inn.
56:30 | #1404 | TV-G
Nikki Hill evokes the great blues shouters of previous decades. Harp player Rick Estrin performs.
56:31 | #1403 | TV-G
Irish singer Maria Doyle Kennedy performs. Crystal Bowersox showcases her emotive folk-rock-country style.
56:30 | #1402 | TV-G
The acoustic Bluegrass quintet performs with sultry, bluesy singer-songwriter Shannon Whitworth.
56:30 | #1401 | TV-G
Two-time Grammy nominee and legendary guitarist Tommy Emmanuel dazzles the audience.
56:30 | #1313 | TV-G
Austrailian singer/songwriter Kim Churchill performs followed by cellist and songwriter Ben Sollee.
56:30 | #1312 | TV-G
Ohio-based band Over the Rhine perform songs from their album, The Long Surrender.
56:30 | #1311 | TV-G
Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Amy Grant performs songs from her latest album, How Mercy Looks From Here.
56:30 | #1310 | TV-G
Legendary banjo player JD Crowe performs along with 15-year-old Brandy Miller and 14-year-old Marteka Lake.
56:30 | #1309 | TV-G
Bluegrass band The Cleverlys perform followed by the Moore Brothers Band, who play songs from their self-titled album.
56:34 | #1308 | TV-G
From Dublin, Ireland, Irish singer/songwriter Mary Black performs songs from her album, Twenty-five Years - Twenty-five Songs. Folk singer Paul Brady performs songs from his anthology album, Dancer in the Fire.
56:30 | #1307 | TV-G
From Dublin, Ireland, various artists perform songs that represent bluegrass and Irish music.
56:30 | #1306 | TV-G
Blue guitarist Joe Louis Walker plays songs from his album, Hellfire. Folk singer/songwriter Aoife O'Donovan performs songs from her new CD, Fossils.
56:30 | #1305 | TV-G
Mike Scott & The Waterboys perform songs from their album, An Appointment with Mr. Yates.
56:30 | #1304 | TV-G
JJ Grey & Mofro bring a grimy blend of front porch soul and down-home storytelling to the WoodSongs stage. Slade Warnken brings down the house with Otis Reddings "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay."
56:30 | #1303 | TV-G
The group features the one-and-only Kenny Loggins and Nashville songwriters Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr. They perform songs from their debut album, Finally Home.
56:31 | #1302 | TV-G
Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser perform followed by award-winning dulcimer player Sarah Morgan.
56:31 | #1301 | TV-G
The Grammy-winning folk-rock duo from Georgia perform with their full touring band The Shadowboxers.
56:30 | #1213 | TV-G
Musician Victor Wooten celebrates the release of two albums, Sword and Stone and Words and Tone, plus his new book, The Music Lesson.
56:30 | #1212 | TV-G
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, longtime purveyors of a modern big band swing sound, perform songs from their album, Rattle Them Bones.
56:30 | #1211 | TV-G
Legendary blues man Bobby Rush performs songs from his new album, Louisiana followed by Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, an award-winning, hard-driving traditional bluegrass band.
56:30 | #1210 | TV-G
Banjo master Bill Evans plays selections from his new CD, In Good Company followed by 12 year-old banjo picker Kayla Bender from Oklahoma. Bill and Kayla play a monster banjo jam.
56:30 | #1209 | TV-G
Holly Williams, daughter of Hank Jr. and granddaughter of Hank Sr., performs songs from her album, The Highway. Artist and record producer Charlie Peacock returns to vocal performance with his latest, No Man's Land.
56:30 | #1208 | TV-G
Gypsy swinging Caravan of Thieves perform songs from their new CD, Fun House, followed by high energy performers, Molasses Creek.
56:30 | #1207 | TV-G
Wanda Jackson, known as "The Queen of Rockabilly," performs songs from her studio album, Unfinished Business, followed by blues singer Shemekia Copeland and selections from her latest, 33 1/3.
56:30 | #1206 | TV-G
Acoustic guitar wizard Adrian Legg performs selections from his latest album, Slow Guitar, followed by acclaimed British folk quintet The Dunwells.
56:30 | #1205 | TV-G
Adam Cohen, son of legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, performs songs from his new album, Like A Man. Lac La Belle, an acoustic duo from Detroit, perform songs from Bring on the Light.
56:30 | #1204 | TV-G
Ben Taylor, son of James Taylor and Carly Simon, performs songs from his latest album, Listening. von Grey, a quartet of four classically trained sisters, perform their soulful harmonies.
56:30 | #1203 | TV-G
Inventive songwriter and singer Caroline Herring performs songs from her new career-defining record, Camilla. SHEL, comprised of four sisters, perform songs from their self-titled debut album.
56:30 | #1202 | TV-G
Legendary reggae masters The Wailers perform material from the forthcoming album followed by Junior Toots with songs from his album, A Little Bit of Love.
56:30 | #1201 | TV-G
Singer Iris DeMent performs songs, Sing The Delta, her first album of original material in 16 years.
56:30 | #1113 | TV-G
American classical and multi-genre violinist and composer Mark O'Conner returns with a brand new album and fiddle method book.
56:30 | #1112 | TV-G
Powerhouse blues singer Janiva Magness performs songs from her brand new CD, Stronger For It.
56:30 | #1111 | TV-G
Multiple Grammy nominee Joan Osborne performs songs from her new release, Bring It on Home.
56:30 | #1110 | TV-G
As part of the legendary Osborne Brothers, Bobby Osborne introduced one of the most popular songs in American music, "Rocky Top." He performs songs from his new album, New Bluegrass & Old Heartaches.
56:31 | #1109 | TV-G
Kentucky's legendary McLain Family Band reunites to perform some of their classic bluegrass songs.
56:30 | #1108 | TV-G
Alejandro Escovedo returns with music from his new album, Big Station, followed by singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur with songs from his double album, Redemption City.
56:30 | #1107 | TV-G
Chicago blues guitarist Lurrie Bell performs songs from his album, The The Devil Ain't Got No Music, followed by soulful singer Lisa Biales and songs from her latest, Just Like Honey.
56:30 | #1106 | TV-G
Ukulele musicians Victoria Vox, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, and The Love Leighs perform.
56:30 | #1105 | TV-G
Grammy-winning guitarist Laurence Juber, acoustic guitar player Pete Huttlinger, and 17 year-old guitarist Macyn Taylor perform.
56:30 | #1104 | TV-G
The Ozark sound is celebrated with performances by Blue Rain Bluegrass Band, folkgrass duo Still on the Hill, blues musician Nathan A., dulcimer player Scott Odena, and 11-year-old fiddle player River Lee.
56:30 | #1103 | TV-G
A celebration of Arkansas roots music with performances by bluegrass band The Cleverlys, singer Bonnie Montegomery, musicians Tim Crouch and Gary Rounds, and banjo player Clark Buehling.
56:30 | #1102 | TV-G
The McEuens perform songs from their album, The McEuen Sessions-For All The Good, followed by the bluegrass sounds of The Snyder Family Band and their latest, Stages.
56:30 | #1101 | TV-G
Three-time National Banjo Champion Gary "Biscuit" Davis performs followed by The Hackensaw Boys playing songs from their latest efforts, The Old Sound of Music, Vol. 1 and The Old Sound of Music, Vol. 2.
56:30 | #1013 | TV-G
A celebration of music from the Ozarks and Arkansas including performances by The Cleverlys, Bonnie Montegomery, Tim Crouch & Gary Rounds, and Clarke Buehling.
56:30 | #1012 | TV-G
Canada's roots-oriented band Blackie and the Rodeo Kings performs followed by Folk Uke, the eclectic acoustic folk duo of Cathy Guthrie and Amy Nelson.
56:30 | #1011 | TV-G
Unique bluegrass band The Cleverlys cover material from The Black Eyed Peas, The Bangles, and many other unexpected choices. New acoustic roots duo made up banjo master Cia Cherryholmes and songwriter Stetson Adkisson perform from their self-titled debut album.
56:28 | #1010 | TV-G
Country artist Janie Fricke and The Roys perform some of her best-known music from her album, Country Side of Bluegrass, followed by Matt Flinner, one of the hottest and most creative mandolin players on the acoustic scene.
56:30 | #1009 | TV-G
Grammy Award-winning folksinger and songwriter Judy Collins performs traditional folksongs and selections from her latest CD, Bohemian. She also discusses her new book, Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life in Music.
56:30 | #1008 | TV-G
Dublin, Ireland native Imelda May performs songs from her debut album, Love Tattoo. Canadian fiddler, singer, and stepdancer April Verch sings selections from her latest CD, That's How We Run.
56:30 | #1007 | TV-G
Dynamic blues singer Ruthie Foster brings her combustible blend of soul, blues, rock, folk to the stage with songs from her new release, Let It Burn. Marquis Knox, a 21-year-old St. Louis native who hails from a musical family deeply entrenched in the blues, performs.
56:30 | #1006 | TV-G
Banjo vituoso Noam Pikelny returns to celebrate his long awaited second album, Beat The Devil and Carry A Rail. Then, 11-year-old banjo player Victor Furtado plays song from his 2011 CD, Sounds from the Openback.
56:30 | #1005 | TV-G
John Gorka and Eliza Gilkyson are considered two of the best contemporary singer/songwriters touring today. The Ghanaian-born, New York-based composer, Blitz the Ambassador, performs an intimate performance and discusses hip hop's connection to folk music.
56:30 | #1004 | TV-G
Respected singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey performs songs from his latest CD, Tall Grass & Cool Water. Award winning western trio The Horse Crazy Cowgirl Band perform songs from their latest recording, My Horse Knows the Way Home.
56:30 | #1003 | TV-G
Muriel Anderson, widely respected as one of the world's foremost fingerstyle guitarists and harp-guitarists, Jack Pearson, former guitarist with The Allman Brothers Band, and guitar virtuoso Vicki Genfan perform.
56:31 | #1002 | TV-G
The tight harmonies of the McCrary Sisters are on display with songs from their latest CD, Our Journey, including a stunning cover of Bob Dylan's "Blowing In The Wind," followed by the awe-inspiring guitar guru, soulful singer, and hit songwriter Danny Flowers.
56:30 | #1001 | TV-G
Norah Jones, Richard Julian, Lee Alexander, Jim Campilongo, and Dan Rieser that have gathered to make music for fun, playing their favorite country tunes and conjuring that down-home spirit. With the release of their second album, 'For the Good Times', The Little Willies take on songs by such masters as Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Dolly Parton.
56:30 | #913 | TV-G
An array of artists pay tribute to Appalachia and coal country, including legendary singer Emmylou Harris, Kentucky songwriter Darrell Scott, environmental activists John and Patricia Adams, poet Nikky Finny, and singer Molly Andrews.
56:30 | #912 | TV-G
An array of artists pay tribute to Appalachia and coal country, including legendary singer Emmylou Harris, Kentucky songwriter Darrell Scott, environmental activists John and Patricia Adams, poet Nikky Finny, and 10 year-old singer Madison Glover.
56:30 | #911 | TV-G
Blues artist Guitar Shorty plays songs from his latest release, Bare Knuckles, followed by singer Tracy Nelson, performing from her 26th album, Victim of the Blues.
56:30 | #910 | TV-G
Rhonda Vincent and Gene Watson, two of the greatest voices in country and bluegrass music, perform from their all-duet project, Your Money and My Good Looks.
56:30 | #909 | TV-G
Sweden's Peter Hedlund plays the modern chromatic nyckelharpa, Maeve Gilchrist is a master of the Celtic harp, Andy Cohen plays the piano-like Dolceola, and Dick Boak performs on the traditional autoharp.
56:30 | #908 | TV-G
Bluegrass master Doyle Lawson and his band Quicksilver introduce songs from their latest album, Drive Time, followed by young musicians Kids of Bluegrass.
56:30 | #907 | TV-G
Blues artist Janiva Magness returns with her band performing songs from her lastest CD, The Devil Is An Angel Too, followed by folk group The Honey Dewdrops.
56:30 | #906 | TV-G
Multi-award winning artist Carolyn Wonderland, a musical force equipped with soulful vocals and guitar slinging skills, performs. Fresh off a performance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, The David Mayfield Parade takes the stage.
56:30 | #905 | TV-G
Sierra Hull and her band perform songs from her new CD, Daybreak, followed by the ragtime blues band Pokey LaFarge and The South City Three, originators of the Riverboat Soul sound.
56:30 | #904 | TV-G
Songwriter Gary Morris, most noted for the hit "Wind Beneath My Wings," performs songs from his latest record, Hymns. The brother/sister duo, The Roys, perform their bluegrass, roots, and traditional country infused music with songs from their latest CD, Lonesome Whistle.
56:03 | #903 | TV-G
This show celebrates Appalachia and mountain music. Grand Ole Opry member Emmylou Harris and Kentucky songwriter Darrell Scott perform. Also, environmental activists John and Patricia Adams, writer and poet Nikky Finny, and Molly Andrews, who performs the acapella coal mining song "That Twenty Five Cents You Paid."
56:30 | #902 | TV-G
This show celebrates Appalachia and mountain music. Grand Ole Opry member Emmylou Harris and Kentucky songwriter Darrell Scott perform. Also, environmental activists John and Patricia Adams, writer and poet Nikky Finny, and 10 year-old Madison Glover, who performs an acapella version of the Jean Ritchie mountain song "In the Cool of the Day."
56:31 | #901 | TV-G
One of the true master guitar players in the world, Tommy Emmanuel returns with The Australian All-Star Band featuring his brother, Phil Emmanuel.
56:30 | #813 | TV-G
Scotland's Tannahill Weavers play traditional songs and selections from their latest CD. And, Nashville's alternate band Lambchop play selections from their CD, OH (Ohio).
56:30 | #812 | TV-G
Michelle Shocked returns to perform songs from her 13th album, Soul of My Soul. Canadian acoustic duo Dala play material from their new release, Everyone Is Someone.
56:30 | #811 | TV-G
A bluegrass master and mandolin stylist known for his musical wizardry, songwriting, singing and arranging, Jesse McReynolds performs original songs from his album, Blending the Rules. Blues master Lucky Peterson performs material from his long-awaited CD, You Can Always Turn Around.
56:30 | #810 | TV-G
Dr. Ron Pen, The Reel World String Band, The Niles String Quartet, Carla Gover, Dennis Bender, and vocalist Monica Dewey pay homage to John Jacob Niles, the Kentucky native called the "Dean of American Balladeers." Niles was dedicated to the folk music tradition and lives on in generations of folk revival artists such as Bob Dylan, Jean Ritchie, Joan Baez, and Oscar Brand.
56:30 | #809 | TV-G
A four-man rock and roots powershouse, Lukas Nelson and Promise of Real perform songs from their well-received album, Brando's Paradise Sessions. Jubal's Kin, a group that blends old-time bluegrass, folk, and roots, perform material from their self-titled debut CD.
56:30 | #808 | TV-G
Raul Malo, founder and frontman of the Grammy-winning, multi-platinum band the Mavericks, performs material from his album, Lucky One. Brigid Kaelin's latest album, West 28th Street, is part country, part vaudeville, and all-Americana.
56:30 | #807 | TV-G
Peter Rowan and his Bluegrass Band perform selections from their debut recording, Legacy. Raymond McLain has been active in bluegrass for more than 20 years and brings his unique skills and talents as one of America's leading traditional musicians to the stage.
56:30 | #806 | TV-G
The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band with Leroy Troy are a frolicking fivesome that brightens up the stage with rib-tickling old time tunes. The Sweetback Sisters sings songs from their first full-length album, Chicken Ain't Chicken.
56:30 | #805 | TV-G
The First Lady of Rockabilly and America's first female Rock and Roll singer, Wanda Jackson performs. Revered folk singer Billy Bragg performs songs from his latest CD, Mr. Love & Justice..
56:30 | #804 | TV-G
Rhonda Vincent and her band The Rage return to celebrate their latest CD, Taken followed by up-and-coming Next Best Thing, a bluegrass ensemble from Johnson City, Tenn.
56:30 | #803 | TV-G
The reigning "first family of bluegrass" performs songs from their latest album Cherryholmes IV Common Threads. Grammy- nominated producer, piano player, and singer/songwriter Kenny White performs with selections from Comfort in the Static, his long-awaited newest release.
56:30 | #802 | TV-G
Led by mandolinist Chris Thile (founding member of Nickel Creek), the band's second CD, Antifogmatic, showcases the collaborative power of this virtuosic, genre-blurring combo. Lily and Abigail (daughters of veteran singer/songwriter Tom Chapin and nieces of famed folk singer Harry Chapin) are known for pristine harmonies and haunting melodies.
56:30 | #801 | TV-G
Peter Yarrow comes to WoodSongs to help us celebrate our 600th broadcast! He is the founding member of folk music trio Peter, Paul and Mary, and co-wrote one of the group's most famous songs, "Puff, the Magic Dragon."
56:30 | #713 | TV-G
The trio, South Memphis String Band, perform followed by the Quebe Sisters Band, an American fiddle western swing group from Fort Worth, Texas.
56:30 | #712 | TV-G
The California Guitar Trio perform unique originals to dazzling, cleverly-arranged interpretations of jazz, classical music, and surf rock. Singer/songwriter Patty Larkin performs her folk-urban pop music including selections from her recently released collection of love songs.
56:30 | #711 | TV-G
Jakob Dylan returns with songs from his new solo album Women and Country, he performs with 3 Legs featuring Neko Case and Kelly Hogan. Jayme Stone and Yacouba Sissoko perform material from Stone's award-winning project, Africa to Appalachia.
56:30 | #710 | TV-G
Master pianist George Winston performs his iconic impressionist style and a selection of his recordings.
56:30 | #709 | TV-G
Kentucky's own supergroup give an intimate "unplugged" performance. Aspiring Appalachia diva, Carla Gover performs selections from her latest CD, Gypsy Ways.
56:30 | #708 | TV-G
Recognized as one of the world's most exciting and innovative ukulele players and composers, Jake Shimabukuro performs songs from his latest release, Live, his first full-length CD since 2006's best-selling Gently Weeps.
56:30 | #704 | TV-G
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band are heroes of the Americana and country-folk world. The band won two Grammy Awards in 1989 for their certified gold album Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Volume Two. Singer-guitarist Jeff Hanna, drummer Jimmie Fadden, multi-instrumentalist John McEuen, and keyboardist Bob Carpenter make a special appearance to perform songs from their new CD, Speed of Life.
56:30 | #707 | TV-G
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy bring their big-band fusion of classic American sounds from jazz, swing, to Dixieland to the stage in support of their latest album, How Big Can You Get, a tribute to Cab Calloway. Violin player and Lexington native Zach Brock performs.
56:30 | #703 | TV-G
Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist Sam Bush helped to expand the horizons of bluegrass music, fusing it with jazz, rock, blues, funk, and other styles. He's the co-founder of the genre-bending band New Grass Revival, and played with everyone from Emmylou Harris, Bela Fleck to Lyle Lovett and Garth Brooks. He performs songs from his latest solo album, Circles Around Me.
56:30 | #706 | TV-G
Multi-Grammy-winning violinist and composer Mark O'Conner, widely recognized as one of the most gifted contemporary composers in America, performs with his Appalachia Waltz trio featuring Mike Block on cello and Gillian Gallagher on viola. There is a surprise appearance by legendary guitarist Tommy Emmanuel.
56:30 | #702 | TV-G
Legendary singer Judy Collins performs songs from her latest CD, Judy Collins Sings Lennon & McCartney, her 44th album in her 47 year career that features 12 classic tracks from the Beatles catalog.
56:30 | #705 | TV-G
Two of the best guitar players go toe-to-toe on this special edition. Two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia's most respected musicians. Frank Vignola is one of the most accomplished, multi-dimensional players today and has worked with everyone from Donald Fagen to David Grisman to Les Paul to Madonna.
56:30 | #701 | TV-G
With a rich voice and literate storytelling belie her youth, Brandi Carlile performs selections from her latest CD, Give Up the Ghost - it evens features a duet with Elton John. Up and coming songwriter Matt Morris performs songs from his new album,When Everything Breaks Out, produced by Charlie Sexton and Tennman label founder Justin Timberlake.
56:30 | #613 | TV-G
Featureing a stellar lineup of new, original, and classic bluegrass songs, Ronda Vincent & The Rage perform songs from their latest release Destination Life. Guy Davis performs with selections from Sweetheart Like You.
56:30 | #612 | TV-G
Since forming in 1975, BeauSoleil claimed their undisputed role as the most esteemed Cajun group in music. They perform songs from their latest release, Alligator Purse.
56:31 | #611 | TV-G
Eleven year-old Almira Fawn performs songs from her first CD which she will be performing on NBC's America's Got Talent over the summer. The Dixie Bee-Liners perform, the band's ground-breaking sophomore album Ripe has achieved four #1's songs to date.
56:30 | #610 | TV-G
One of Bluegrass' most honored and revered talents, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, introduce new songs from their latest CD, Lonely Street, and 22-year-old Oklahoma-based songwriter Samantha Crain follows with her band The Midnight Shivers.
56:30 | #609 | TV-G
Known as the founding member of the Grammy Award-winning, critically-acclaimed, and platinum-selling band Nickel Creek, Sara Watkin plays selections from her self-titled debut solo album. The Lovell Sisters won Prairie Home Companion's National Teen Talent Competition in 2005. The talented sisters return to with their heavenly harmony of mandolin, fiddle, and dobro.
56:30 | #608 | TV-G
Country music superstar Steve Wariner plays music from new CD Steve Wariner c.p.g. My Tribute to Chet Atkins along with a couple of his own hits.
56:31 | #607 | TV-G
Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile return to perform the four-movement suite that is the heart of band's debut CD, Punch.
56:30 | #606 | TV-G
Country music singer Hal Ketchum performs songs from his latest CD, Father Time, followed by bluegrass veterans Daily & Vincent, who have captured an unprecedented seven International Bluegrass Music Awards including the IBMA Entertainers of the Year.
56:30 | #605 | TV-G
Singer/songwriter Kelleigh McKenzie delivers a captivating blend of folk, blues, old-time and rock with a uniquely urbane edge with songs from her debut CD, Chances. And, the high energy sounds of Slide, an impressive, powerful Irish traditional music band from Dublin, Ireland.
56:30 | #604 | TV-G
A performance by the youngest of the beloved group, the Neville Brothers, and 10-time IBMA winner of dobro player of the year and founding member of the super bluegrass group Blue Highway, Rob Ickes is joined on stage by jazz pianist Michael Alvey and sultry Nashville vocalist Robinella.
56:30 | #603 | TV-G
An American alternative country singer-songwriter, best known for her solo career and her contributions as a member of the Canadian indie rock group The New Pornographers, Neko Case and her stripped down band showcase songs from her sixth CD, Middle Cyclone.
56:31 | #602 | TV-G
It took the Flatlanders a mere three decades to release the sequel to their legendary debut, they perform songs from their latest CD, Hills & Valleys.
56:30 | #601 | TV-G
Singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey returns to the stage with a brand new bluegrass CD called Buckaroo BlueGrass, and folk artist Tom Rush performs songs from What I Know, his first CD in 35 years.
56:34 | #513 | TV-G
The nyckelharpa is a traditional Swedish instrument that has been played for more than 600 years. Peter Hedlund, considered Sweden's leading traditional player of the modern chromatic nyckelharpa, and Boston's Blue Moose & The Unbuttoned Zippers perform songs that showcase this unique instrument.
56:30 | #512 | TV-G
Oliver and Chris Wood, The Wood Brothers, combine their influences of blues, folk, and rock with songs from their new album Loaded. Bluegrass band Railroad Earth performs music from its fourth studio album, Amen Corner.
56:34 | #511 | TV-G
Legendary folk artist Janis Ian performs and reads passages from her long awaited autobiography, Society's Child.
56:30 | #510 | TV-G
Jazz singer/songwriter Sonya Kitchell performs with the contemporary avante-rock trio The Slip as her back up band. One of the last remaining bluesmen, Doug MacLeod performs songs from his latest CD, The Utrecht Sessions.
56:34 | #509 | TV-G
Described as the female version of Crosby, Stills, and Nash with a humorous twist, The Refugees have more than three decades of experience in the industry, 19 solo albums, and multiple Grammy Award nominations.
56:30 | #508 | TV-G
IBMA Bluegrass Entertainer of the Year The Grascals return with music from their brand new release Keep on Walkin'.
56:30 | #507 | TV-G
A Washington Post critic recently said Chris Thile "may well be the most virtuosic American ever to play the mandolin." Edgar Meyer is a master of the double bass and has been called "the best bassist alive." These respected musicians bring their talents to the WoodSongs stage.
56:30 | #506 | TV-G
Singer/songwriter and activist Jen Chapin (Harry Chapin's daughter) returns to perform songs from her new double disc release Light of Mine. Lead singer for Bering Strait Natasha Borzilova performs selections from her debut solo CD, Cheap Escape.
56:30 | #505 | TV-G
The five-piece traditional Irish band Beoga perform selections from their latest CD, Mischief, followed by cellist and songwriter Nick Ogawa.
56:30 | #504 | TV-G
A tribute to Delta blues and influential guitarist Robert Johnson with Rory Block, winner of give Blues Music Awards, and Scott Ainslie, musician and author of Robert Johnson - At the Crossroads.
56:30 | #503 | TV-G
Celebrate the music of Kentucky with The Charlie Sizemore Band, Rob McNurlin, singer/songwriter Heidi Howe, 18-year-old fiddler Maggie Estes, and Judge Ray Corns with tales from the WoodSongs Holler.
56:31 | #502 | TV-G
Keyboardist Chuck Leavell, longtime musician for The Rolling Stones, performs selections from his new CD, Live In Germany followed by soulful singer Tori Sparks perfroming songs from her latest album Under This Yellow Sun.
56:30 | #501 | TV-G
Folk icon Richie Havens performs materials from his new CD, Nobody Left to Crown.
56:30 | #413 | TV-G
The Homemade Jamz Blues Band perform their firey original blues tunes played on guitars made out of car mufflers followed by The Barra MacNeils, a family group that is deeply rooted in Celtic music, culture, and history.
56:30 | #412 | TV-G
Guitarist Geoff Achison performs solo acoustic selections followed by The Band of Heathens, a roots rock band based in Austin, Texas.
56:30 | #411 | TV-G
American folk music icon, master insttrumentalist, and multi Grammy-nominated artist John McCutcheon performs.
56:30 | #410 | TV-G
Dar Williams returns for a special event broadcast where she performs selections from her first album of original material in over three years, Promised Land.
56:31 | #409 | TV-G
One of the most acclaimed artists in bluegrass music, returns to the stage to introduce songs from her latest CD, Good Thing Going with her full band, The Rage.
56:30 | #408 | TV-G
Based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist have been making music for more than 15 years. They perform from their latest release, The Trumpet Child.
56:30 | #407 | TV-G
Marie Knight's latest CD, Let Us Get Together, is a tribute to pioneering blues guitarist and songwriter Rev. Gary Davis. She, along with producer Larry Campbell, folk icon Janis Ian, and drummer Mark Carpentieri, perform selected songs.
56:30 | #406 | TV-G
Musician Tim O'Brien returns to perform selections from his new CD, Chameleon.
56:30 | #405 | TV-G
Premier bluegrass musicians The Del McCoury Band perform selections from their new CD, Moneyland, a hard-hitting look at economic injustice through old songs and new. Talented Kentucky songwriter Chris Knight, who also appears on Moneyland, makes a special guest appearance.
56:30 | #404 | TV-G
Grammy-winning singer Kathy Mattea performs selections from her new CD COAL, a tribute to her howetown and the people of Charleston, W. Va.
56:30 | #403 | TV-G
The group return to the stage to perform material from their latest CD Down in New Orleans. The Blind Boys of Alabama have spread the spirit and energy of pure soul music for over 60 years, ever since the first version of the group formed at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in 1939.
56:30 | #402 | TV-G
A gathering of banjo player/vocalist Abigail Washburn, Ben Sollee on cello, fiddler Casey Driessen, and banjo virtuoso Béla Fleck as they explore a mixture of old-time, folk, and bluegrass numbers, as well as intriguing original songs.
56:30 | #401 | TV-G
Jakob Dylan and his band The Gold Mountain Rebels perform songs from his new solo CD Seeing Things. Minton Sparks returns to the stage with her rustic Appalachian poetry and stories set to music.
56:30 | #313 | TV-G
The Grammy-nominated Boys of the Lough perform Irish and Scottish music from their CD Twenty. Red Wine, one of the premier bluegrass bands in Europe, performs songs from Winter's Come and Gone.
56:30 | #312 | TV-G
Chamber-rock trio Rasputina exposes passionate fans to historical tales and inspires young string players. The David Munnelly Band performs traditional styles inspired by Irish music of the 1920s and '30s.
56:33 | #311 | TV-G
Traditional country artist Elizabeth Cook performs songs from her CD Balls, produced by the great Rodney Crowell. Long-time bluegrass band the Special Consensus takes the stage to perform selections from its 13th album, Trail of Aching Hearts.
56:33 | #310 | TV-G
Performer and civil rights activist Si Kahn, whose songs have been recorded by more than 100 artists, performs selections from Thanksgiving. Award-winning songwriter Mary Sue Twohy spotlights tunes from her folk-inspired Songs To Hang on Stars.
55:00 | #309 | TV-G
Performances by Mike Farris, founder and dynamic vocalist of the rock band the Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies, and 23-year-old cellist and singer Ben Sollee.
56:30 | #308 | TV-G
The Krüger Brothers, a power trio from Switzerland, perform their unique form of bluegrass. The Carolina Chocolate Drops, a group of young African-American string band musicians from North Carolina, play fiddle and banjo music.
56:46 | #307 | TV-G
Celtic Spring has been referred to as "the Von Trapp family of Celtic music" and was voted one of the top acts on NBC's America's Got Talent. Folk singer/songwriter Cliff Eberhardt performs material from The High Above and the Down Below.
56:46 | #306 | TV-G
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Jorma Kaukonan, a founding member of legendary bands Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, performs material from his solo career. David Bromberg, a long-time "must-have" session man for everyone from Bob Dylan to the Eagles, performs selections from his first CD in 17 years.
56:46 | #305 | TV-G
Legendary folk artist Jean Ritchie performs on her signature instrument. She is followed by Jeff Hames, the 2006 national dulcimer champion, and the Nashville Dulcimer Quartet.
56:30 | #304 | TV-G
A salute to bluegrass music with Cherryholmes, Ronnie Reno, and Kentucky Sassafras. Gov. Ernie Fletcher; banjo master J.D. Crowe; and Dan Hayes, president of the IBMA, participate in a ceremonial signing making bluegrass the official music of Kentucky.
56:30 | #303 | TV-G
An on-the-road edition featuring performances by Willie "Blue Eyes" Smith, the Apple Brothers, 12-year-old fiddler Caleb Cobb, Runaway Planet, blues harmonica wizard Thomas Nelson, and Arkansas State Fair Youth Talent winners Greenwillis. Taped at Riceland Hall on the campus of Arkansas State University.
56:30 | #302 | TV-G
The goal of the Time Jumpers, 11 of Nashville's finest musicians, is to keep Western swing and traditional country music alive through the performance of classic songs and new original works.
56:30 | #301 | TV-G
Fort Worth-based band Cadillac Sky performs material from its debut album, Blind Man Walking. Hit-making Nashville songwriter Gretchen Peters performs songs from her CD Burnt Toast & Offerings.
56:30 | #215 | TV-G
A salute to bluegrass music with Cherryholmes, Ronnie Reno, and Kentucky Sassafras. Gov. Ernie Fletcher; banjo master J.D. Crowe; and Dan Hayes, president of the IBMA, participate in a ceremonial signing making bluegrass the official music of Kentucky.
56:25 | #214 | TV-G
Legendary folk icon Jean Ritchie performs with her dulcimer. Also, Jeff Hames, the 2006 National Dulcimer champion and The Nashville Dulcimer Quartet.
56:30 | #213 | TV-G
Tommy Ramone, formerly of the Ramones, has teamed up with Claudia Tienan to form the bluegrass duo Uncle Monk. The eclectic sound of the California Guitar Trio draws on influences ranging from classical to acoustic roots music.
56:30 | #212 | TV-G
Singer-songwriter and guitarist Tony Joe White had monster hits with "Polk Salad Annie" and "Rainy Night in Georgia." Kentucky bluegrass artist Dale Ann Bradley was a 2006 nominee for the IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year award.
56:30 | #211 | TV-G
Michael Martin Murphey had one of the biggest pop hits of the '70s with "Wildfire." In 1983, he was voted the Best Male Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association. Today, he is one of the premier cowboy/Western artists in North America and tours the world performing a vast array of songs.
56:30 | #210 | TV-G
Solas, one of the most popular Celtic bands in the U.S., and premier acoustic guitarist Kaki King.
56:30 | #209 | TV-G
The gorgeous harmonies of Americana trio Tres Chicas, followed by homegrown tunes by Austin songwriter and guitarist Jon Dee Graham.
56:30 | #208 | TV-G
Western swing revivalists Riders in the Sky celebrate 30 years together with a blend of music and humor in the tradition of Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
56:30 | #207 | TV-G
Legendary folksinger Janis Ian, writer of the monumental hits "Society's Child," "At Seventeen," and "Jesse," performs songs from her CD Folk Is the New Black.
55:30 | #206 | TV-G
Folksinger Maria Muldaur, a contemporary of Bob Dylan, performs material from her tribute album Heart of Mine: Love Songs of Bob Dylan. Will Kimbrough, one of the most sought-after sidemen in Nashville, performs songs from his CD Americanitis.
56:30 | #205 | TV-G
Alejandro Escovedo's sounds can range from full-force rock 'n' roll to the subtle delicacy of a string quartet—sometimes in the same song. He performs selections from his CD The Boxing Mirror.
56:30 | #204 | TV-G
The Infamous Stringdusters perform innovative bluegrass from their debut CD, and singer Martha Scanlon shows the vocal artistry that won her national acclaim for her work with the string band Reeltime Travelers on the Cold Mountain movie soundtrack.
56:00 | #203 | TV-G
Roy Wooten, the bassist with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, brings a new project to stage: a nine-piece string section playing classical music. The performance features selections from Wooten's album Black Mozart.
56:30 | #202 | TV-G
Contemporary instrumentals by Acoustic Eidolon and rustic acoustic blues from Bill Sheffield, who has been performing for more than 32 years.
56:30 | #201 | TV-G
Grammy-winning banjo master J.D. Crowe performs.
56:30 | #113 | TV-G
Cowan wraps his powerful tenor around a wide variety of songs, and Texas duo E Muzeki performs its unique take on world music.
56:30 | #112 | TV-G
Singer/songwriter and humorist Kacey Jones pays tribute to the legendary Mickey Newbury. Mike Compton of the Nashville Bluegrass Band teams up with fellow mandolin ace David Long.
56:30 | #111 | TV-G
Flamenco from Mexican trio Gil, Cartas & Tuey, plus traditional country, artful rock, and cool jazz from stand-up bassist Amy LaVere.
56:30 | #110 | TV-G
Grammy-winning New Orleans musician and actor Chris Thomas King (O Brother, Where Art Thou?), who lost his Uptown New Orleans home and studio to Hurricane Katrina, performs "What Would Jesus Do?" and other selections from his CD Rise.
56:30 | #109 | TV-G
Uptempo Americana country band BR549 is followed by soulful singer/songwriter Stoll Vaughan, performing with guitarist Carl Broemel from Louisville's My Morning Jacket.
57:30 | #108 | TV-G
Boogie-woogie piano player Marcia Ball is one of America's most popular and admired roots rockers. Town Mountain, a young band with an old-time sensibility, plays bluegrass and roots country.
57:27 | #107 | TV-G
Performances by Tony Trischka, one of the world's most innovative banjo players, and Crooked Still, a young alternative bluegrass group that combines old-time mountain soul with rock energy.
57:25 | #106 | TV-G
McGuinn, a founding member of the Byrds and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, draws on his roots in acoustic folk for his solo material.
57:30 | #105 | TV-G
Grada is a young Celtic band from Dublin, Ireland, while Josh White Jr. divides his time among performing, songwriting, acting, and social activism.
57:30 | #104 | TV-G
Original songs from singer, writer, and multi-instrumentalist Holly Brook, followed by the high-spirited contemporary country of Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband.
57:30 | #103 | TV-G
Jeniva Magness is an internationally renowned blues and roots vocalist, while Radney Foster is one of Nashville's premier songwriters.
56:30 | #102 | TV-G
The Grammy-winning folk and blues legend performs.
56:30 | #101 | TV-G
Banjo master Béla Fleck and his multi-Grammy-winning band: Victor Wooten, Future Man, and Jeff Coffin.