Here is our first show of the year heard earlier today hosted by Ron Lewis. We start out with some tunes for the new year and then we played an interview from January 2008 when Kathy Kelly and I had a nice long visit with Jim Post.
Due to the resurgence of COVID-19, Northwestern University has closed the campus through the first couple of weeks of the next quarter’s classes. So, we are back to producing shows offsite and uploading them.
Here is today’s show, hosted by Sue Kessell. Hour 1 includes her interview with Sons of the Never Wrong. They are part of Evanston’s First Night event on December 31st and they are at Acoustic Renaissance in Hinsdale (and online) on Saturday January 8th.
In the second hour of the show, Sue speaks with Emily Guthrie about the above-mentioned First Night event.
There is no Folk Show today due to a WNUR sports fundraiser so consider listening to this today. It’s yesterday’s Bagels show. Since there is no Folk Show today, we included our Folk concert calendar as part of the show and we also feature a good sprinkling of tunes we would have played on today’s Folk Show.
Here is yesterday’s show featuring some old favorites, new releases, our online concert calendar about the upcoming Woodstock Wednesdays and Virtual Dream Cafe shows and we close the show with a turn toward February.
Here is yesterday’s show featuring tunes to ring in the new year. We also remember our dear friend Ethel Polk who passed away at 103 on Tuesday 12/29. We conclude the show with our concert calendar featuring the next edition of Woodstock Wednesdays as well as Sue Fink’s Virtual Dream Cafe, both coming up on Wednesday January 6th.