House carpenters, lazy farmers, and sugar babes.
A meeting at the intersection of soul and folk music. Exploring the landscape of roots music that became the soundtrack for change with your host Mike Biggins.
The Real Folk hosted by Richard Gillman
Twang when the roosters crow, waking you with twin fiddles, steel guitars, and honky tonk stars.
Folksounds page is available for one more week with the finale archive. Thank you to Jean and Eric for providing years of Folksounds, a blend of acoustic American folk, featuring fiddle tunes, dance music, contemporary songs, as well as a few acoustic surprises from other parts of the world.
Folksounds Finale Episode Hr1 – Jean and Eric
Folksounds Finale Episode Hr2 – Jean and Eric
An early gospel start to your weekend featuring traditional quartets, vocal soloists, and contemporary artists.
An eclectic blend of both traditional and contemporary Americana, including folk, bluegrass, and old-time music.
Host Rustin Thompson takes you on a journey down the highways of alternative country and folk, classic country, and country rock.
Imagine a soundtrack for a journey through the backroads of the imagination, offering challenging climbs and restful descents, quiet contemplations and raucous singalongs, inviting sidetrips and illuminating detours. Your traveling companions include Townes Van Zandt, Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, Robert Earl Keen, Old Crow Medicine Show, Guy Clark, Chris Knight, Gillian Welch, Zoe Muth, Neil Young, and literally hundreds of other searchers.
This is Road Songs. There’s room for you.
A morning mix of traditional and contemporary folk in all it’s undefined states.
Three hours of soulful singin’ and hot pickin’, featuring the best of this classic American genre.