Here’s our show originally broadcast last Sunday, hosted by Sue Kessell. If you missed it, you can hear about shows coming to town in the next few weeks, along with Sue’s usual ecelctic mix of great acoustic music.
Tune in on Sunday 3/31 at 10am CDT for our next show, hosted by Kathy Kelly.
The Folk Show is part of the American Roots block on NUR which includes the Gospel Show, Both Kinds and Blues. We’ll be posting archive programming from time to time from our American Roots partners. You can get to those shows directly from the Categories along the right hand column of our home page.
Stephanie plays Wednesday evening March 13th at 5pm at Bill’s Blues Revisited at the Orrington Hotel, and then Stephanie and Temple both play at the original Uncommon Ground on Clark on Thursday March 14th at 8:00pm.
Tune in on Sunday at 10am CDT for our next show, hosted by Ron Lewis
Here’s our show from last Sunday hosted by Sue Kessell featuring music from artists Sue saw perform at the annual Folk Alliance Conference in Toronto last month.
To see what Sue played, click on the Folk Show playlists link under “What We Played” in the right-most column on our home page and browse to the 3-3-13 show. The show will continue streaming in another window.
Tune in on Sunday at 10am CDT for our next show, hosted by Kathy Kelly. Don’t forget to spring your clocks forward an hour tonight.
Tune in each Sunday at High Noon, following the Folk Show, for “Both Kinds” hosted by Al Finley. Both Kinds features an eclectic mix of Americana and Old-Time Country Music and much like The Folk Show features a concert calendar segment and visits with traveling musicians. You can learn more about Al and “Both Kinds” at his Facebook page.
On February 24th, Al had Eric Noden and Joe Filisko in-studio in advance of their CD release party for their new recording “Missed Train Blues” at SPACE in Evanston. Listen to the interview here.
Broadcasting on WNUR 89.3 FM Evanston/Chicago every Sunday from 10am-Noon and streaming worldwide at wnur.org