folk

12:44pm

Thu September 26, 2013
Folk Music & Beyond Sat. 3 pm

Mandolin Heaven! Sat. at 3 pm!

Radim Zenkl

The sound of mandolins will take over the airwaves on "Folk Music & Beyond!" Join us this Saturday at 3 p.m. for live performances in the KALW studios by:

* The Bills from western Canada, led by mandolinist and founder Marc Atkinson

* Mandolin maestro Radim Zenkl from the Czech Republic

* Noctambule with Marla Fibish on mandolin and Bruce Victor on guitar from the Bay Area

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2:48pm

Sat June 15, 2013
Folk Music & Beyond Sat. 6/15 3 pm

Americana!

Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle

"Folk Music & Beyond" offers new and recent releases in Americana by Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Greg Brown, Patty Griffin, Bruce Molsky and others.  Also featured are old-time fiddlers Rayna Gellert and April Verch.  Broadcast 6/15/13; available on KALW's Local Music Player until 6/22/13.

4:04am

Tue April 23, 2013
Arts & Culture

KALW On-Air Folk Festival this Saturday

Scott Nygaard & Sharon Gilchrist

It's five hours of continuous live music performed in the KALW studios this Saturday 3 to 8 pm, featuring some of the Bay Area's finest talent, hosted by JoAnn Mar, Kevin Vance, and Peter Thompson.  Here's the line-up:

3:00 pm  Xandra Corpora, former lead singer with the Bay Area funk-blues band Con Brio.  Her powerful, expressive voice has been called "strikingly soulful."

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4:03pm

Mon September 24, 2012
Folk Music & Beyond ~ 9/29/12

The Legendary Judy Collins

Judy Collins

Music and conversation with folk singer Judy Collins, from an interview recorded in 1998. Collins talks about her memoir "Singing Lessons" and her struggles with alcoholism, depression and the death of her son. Musical highlights include "Send In The Clowns", "Suzanne", "Who Knows Where The Time Goes", "Bread and Roses", and "Amazing Grace."  This encore broadcast airs this Saturday 3 pm on "Folk Music & Beyond."

1:28pm

Wed September 19, 2012
Arts & Culture

Bay Area Beats: Kelly McFarling finds her musical home in San Francisco

Local musician Kelly McFarling wrote her song “Atlanta” as an ode to her hometown, but she didn’t write it – or any other song, as a matter of fact – until she settled into her current home in San Francisco. In this edition of Bay Area Beats, McFarling tells KALW’s Martina Castro why she credits San Francisco with helping her launch her musical career, and better understanding the idea of home.

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