Music Announcements

What better way to ring in Old Man Winter, than with a heavy dose of Hollywood Polynesia! Join Glen Leslie, on December 24th, from 9:00-10:30pm for a night of strange and wonderful Exotica. Eggnog tastes better with a tiki umbrella in it! Decorate the tree to the sounds of Arthur Lyman, The Waikikis, The Surfers, Martin Denny, and a whole host of guests guaranteed to keep you warm.

Tune in to Womenfolk:node/123 on this first Sunday of winter as host Ellen Stanley, spins songs of the season.

Tabla player Marcus Wise and guitarist Dean Magraw visit the KFAI studio on Pam Without Boundaries:http://www.kfai.org/pamwithoutboundaries Monday, November 8th, at 11am, to talk about their new album, How the Light Gets In. How the light gets in may be a top topic on the minds of those who have loved Magraw’s work in the many years he’s been bringing music to the Twin Cities and the world: he

Continuing KFAI’s celebration of International Women’s Day:node/9273, Womenfolk:node/123 host Ellen Stanley will do her review of the 20th International Folk Alliance Conference on Sunday, March 9

Join co-hosts Janis Lane-Ewart and Beverly Cottman for a special IWD version of the Collective Eye:http://www.kfai.org/collectiveeye, Saturday, March 5th, from Noon to 1:30 p.m. Listen and be inspired as resident women writers read, recite and perform their work.

KFAI’s Womenfolk and Rollin’ and Tumblin’ team up to present a folk & blues special on 11/26 from 2-6:30 pm

Tune in to Womenfolk this Labor Day Sunday at 11 am for our annual special Women’s Work, where we will celebrate all you hard workers with songs about farming, mining, truck driving and working 9 to 5. Hope you get to kick back, take a break and enjoy the tunes…don’t worry, we’ll do all the work!

More about Womenfolk here:womenfolk.

On Sunday, June 13th Womenfolk:womenfolk and Encuentro:encuentro team up to play their favorite women’s folk songs in Spanish. Starting at 12:45 pm, hosts Ellen Stanley and Gilberto Vazquez Valle will share tunes from Latin America and the US, talking about how the cultures have influenced each other. Hope you can join us for this fun bilingual special!

Tune in Sunday, May 17th for Womenfolk’s 2009 Summer Preview Special, highlighting the region’s best festivals and events. In addition to the great music and new releases, we’ll also give away several pairs of tickets and festival passes. Don’t miss this insider’s guide to the season’s hottest events…It all starts at 11 a.m. this Sunday!

More about Womenfolk here:womenfolk.

Join us for the final Womenfolk at Gethsemane:node/6227 concert of the 2007-2008 season with a special concert performance this Sunday, June 1st at 7 p.m.

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