Lots of live in-studio folk music performances
Coming up in April on my KBOO Folk Music Show, Movin’ On
Fridays from noon to 1:30 pm.
Tune in to KBOO 90.7 fm or listen live on the web
Friday April 1st — I welcome Howard Wade, a guitarist of nearly half a century, who shares his traditional fingerstyle blues, folk and ragtime. His influences include Rev. Gary Davis, Misssissippi John Hurt and Jorma Kaukonen. “The music we make tells the story of America. It’s not the story we were told in school. … It carries the hope, despair, love, hate, triumphs and tragedies of us all. It’s our job as musicians to honor the story and carry it forward.” –from www.HowardWade.com.
Howard performs Friday night April 1st at Artichoke Music’s Friday coffeehouse. For those of you who don’t know, Artichoke is a non-profit dedicated to acoustic music. They have a store, offer workshops and lessons and have a live performance space. Every Friday they host a coffeehouse with 5 or 6 up and coming musicians.
Friday April 15 — OMG It’s Peggy Seeger, in person, herself. Interview live by Michael O’Rourke and my co-host Don Jacobson (filling in for me that day). Friday night she’ll perform at the Folk Music Society Third Friday concert at St. Phillip Neri on SE Division. Saturday a workshop opportunity with the Folk Music Society. More later on this.
Friday April 29 — Nancy Curtin and Nancy Conescu bring a riveting program of live Irish music.