The Village Folk Show with Mary Sue Twohy featuring The Grahams
Mon 4/21 6:00 pm ET
I found a live performance of the late Jesse Winchester - an amazing session to start the show. Then, The Grahams recorded this session without headphones, all acoustic with the hopes of giving you what they do best - live performance. Join us for The Grahams and find out what all the buzz is about.
Rebroadcast: Tues 4/22 12:00 pm ET; Thurs 4/24 8:00 am ET
Live Performance featuring The Grahams
Tues 4/22 6:00 pm ET
The Grahams recorded this session without headphones, all acoustic with the hopes of giving you what they do best - live performance. Join us for The Grahams and find out what all the buzz is about.
Rebroadcast: Fri 4/25 12:00 pm ET; Sat 4/26 10:00 am ET
The Village Folk Show with Mary Sue Twohy featuring Sarah Jarosz
Mon 4/28 6:00 pm ET
All three of her albums have been nominated for Grammys and she graduated university, um, last year. Not that she has any airs about her – Sarah Jarosz is just pure talent and a drive to present good quality music! She is touring now in support of her latest “Build Me Up From Bones”.
Alternating Village Specials: Acoustic Traveller w/ John McEuen/ Live Performances/ Songs for Aging ChildrenTuesdays 6 pm ET Rebroadcasts Saturdays 10 am ETAcoustic Traveller: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band founder John McEuen shares behind-the-scenes stories and talks pop/folk crossover from his recording studio in CA. Live Performances: Live performances by your favorite folk musicians!
Celtic TwilightFridays 6 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 6 am ET A traditional six-hour mix of the music of the British, Irish and Scottish.
The Village Folk Show with Mary Sue Twohy Mondays 6 pm ET Rebroadcasts Tuesdays at 12 pm and Thursdays at 8 am ETMary Sue Twohy hosts and produces a weekly show with the best of folk – old and new and a weekly special of the latest releases and performances.
Songs to Hang on Stars with Mary Sue TwohyWednesdays 10 am ET Rebroadcasts Thursdays 6 pm ETMary Sue Twohy hosts and produces a weekly themed radio show comprised of contemporary folk music.
Mary Sue Twohy Mondays 6 pm ET Tuesdays 12 pm ET Thursdays 8 am ETFolk music has been important to Program Director Mary Sue Twohy since her dad sang "Puff the Magic Dragon" to her as a child. Three award-winning albums give Mary Sue a unique musician's insight during in-depth interviews with Pete Seeger, Art Garfunkel, Judy Collins, Mary Chapin Carpenter and more.