July 23, 2005 rebroadcast with Susan Graham and the ProArte Chamber Orchestra
Not this last winter but the one before that, we did a truly wonderful show out of Boston, at the wonderful Wang Center. Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham joined us, as did the artist-run ProArte Chamber Orchestra. We had a fine enough time that we thought we'd like to play the show again, so that's what we're doing. This weekend.
July 16, 2005 rebroadcast with Paula Poundstone and Vince Giordano
This weekend we're rebroadcasting a great Joke Show, the one we recorded on April 17, 2004, right here in St. Paul. Comedian Paula Poundstone was with us, and Vince Giordano played his bass saxophone with Rich Dworsky, and the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band did their thing. It was a great show, perfect for a repeat.
July 9, 2005 rebroadcast with Sam Bush and Doc Watson
This week we'll rebroadcast one of our favorite shows, from a few Valentine's Days ago, straight out of Spartanburg, South Carolina. It's a good one, with mandolin virtuoso and bluegrass rebel Sam Bush, and the flatpickin' folk guitar stylist Doc Watson. Guy Noir works out the mystery of some stolen grits, too.
July 2, 2005 broadcast with Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Professor Peter Schickele with David Dusing, Inga Swearingen, Andy Stein, and Prudence Johnson
We love playing shows at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts, so we're thrilled to be headed there for the coming Fourth of July weekend, for a Saturday show at the Koussevitzky Music Shed. And what a group musical guests! We'll welcome Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Professor Peter Schickele with David DÃ¼sing, and Inga Swearingen. Plus, violinist Andy Stein, vocalist Prudence Johnson, our Royal Academy of Radio Acting, and more.
June 25, 2005 broadcast with Jan Grissom, Precious Bryant, and Sam Bush
This weekend we're headed to the Chastain Amphitheater in Atlanta, where we'll welcome opera singer Jan Grissom (a soprano), blues singer Precious Bryant, and the prolific Sam Bush on mandolin. Plus, our friends Andy Stein and Prudence Johnson, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, and so much more. We're recording the show live on Friday for Saturday and Sunday broadcasts.
June 18, 2005 broadcast with The Mila Vocal Ensemble, The Ditty Bops, Prudence Johnson, Howard Levy, and Andy Stein
This weekend we're broadcasting live from the Ravinia Festival 2005 in Highland Park, Illinois. There'll be a lot of powerful female vocalists there with us: The Mila Vocal Ensemble, The Ditty Bops, our good friend Prudence Johnson. Plus, Howard Levy on harmonica, Andy Stein on violin, Garrison Keillor with the News From Lake Wobegon, and more. Join us.
June 11, 2005 broadcast with Elana Fremerman, Cindy Cashdollar, Tonic Sol-Fa, and The Hopeful Gospel Quartet
This weekend we're headed to Ohio for a show at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls. Our friends Elana Fremerman (on fiddle) and Cindy Cashdollar (on dobro and steel guitar) will be there, and we've asked the Minnesota-based a capella group Tonic Sol-Fa to join us as well. Plus: The Hopeful Gospel Quartet (Garrison, Robin and Linda Williams, and Mollie O'Brien), the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, the News From Lake Wobegon and more.
June 4, 2005 broadcast with Old Crow Medicine Show, Leo Kottke, Karan Casey, Maude Maggart, Greg Leisz, and Prudence Johnson
We're looking forward to spending this Friday evening in L.A., at the Hollywood Bowl, and we're sure you'll love the show when we broadcast it for you throughout the weekend. Old Crow Medicine Show, Leo Kottke, Karan Casey, Maude Maggart, Greg Leisz, Prudence Johnson will all be hanging out with us in sunny southern California. It's going to be a great time...
May 28, 2005 broadcast with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Odetta, Mari and Hakon Samuelson, Peter Ostroushko, and Prudence Johnson
We had a lovely Memorial Day at Wolf Trap last year, so we're thrilled to be heading that way again for this year's long weekend. Joining us will be Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, the phenomenal blues and folk singer Odetta, Mari and HÃ¥kon Samuelsen, Peter Ostroushko, Prudence Johnson. Plus the Royal Academy of Radio Acting, and our Guy's All-Star Shoe Band. Join us.
May 21, 2005 broadcast with The Wailin' Jennys, Ale Moller, and Aly Bain
This week we're headed to Wisconsin, for a show at our neighboring state's capital city. Joining us in Madison, from Canada, singers/songwriters The Wailin' Jennys; and from the Shetland Islands, Ale MÃ¶ller and Aly Bain. Plus, from right here at home: the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band and our Royal Academy of Radio Acting.