Music Announcements

Tune in to Good and Country on Saturday April 7th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. as we present 2 hours of country music from the 1960s.

The era of country music during the decade of the 1960s has been described by several music historians as the time when country music moved from the farm and into the cities.

On Thurs. Oct. 29 at midnight, Eric of Voice Cried Softly takes you trick-or-treatin’ in the most ridiculous way possible! You’ll hear plenty of spine-curdling spookitude, augmented by lots of loud noisy rock music and some pretty stupid stuff too!

On Thurs. Oct. 29 at midnight, Eric of Voice Cried Softly takes you trick-or-treatin’ in the most ridiculous way possible! You’ll hear plenty of spine-curdling spookitude, augmented by lots of loud noisy rock music and some pretty stupid stuff too!

Tune in this Thursday night, July 3, as Voice Cried Softly throws a birthday bash for America by playing two hours of noisy experimental underground rock music from other count

On Sunday, January 4th Womenfolk will feature the Top CD’s of 2008 as determined by you!

On Sunday, January 3rd, Womenfolk will highlight the Top CD’s of 2009 as determined by you! To vote, simply email host Ellen Stanley:mailto:womenfolkradio@gmail.com by Friday, January 1st at 5 pm.

Vote for your favorite women’s folk/acoustic CD’s of 2010 by emailing Womenfolk host Ellen Stanley here:mailto:womenfolkradio@gmail.com. Then tune in on Tuesday, January 4th from 2-4 pm to hear them featured on the air, along with the top picks from local critics, DJ’s and artists.

Right now Womenfolk is working on putting together the highlights of this past year, and we want to hear from you! Email us your favorite women’s folk and acoustic releases of the past year, and we’ll feature the top vote getters on January 10th at 2 pm.

Join Glen Leslie for the Brazillian organ-action of Walter Wanderly on Jet Set Planet:node/94, Monday Night September 17th, starting at 10:30pm.

On the last segment of our six part interview with composer, guitarist and guitar maker, Madrid-based Arcadio Marín, he talks about some of the intricacies of constructing a flamenco guitar, and what makes it different from a classical guitar.

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