Airs Friday, July 26 at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we have a country flavor, both traditional and a touch old school plus some Creole country music that they call Zydeco. We feature tracks from Guy Clark, a new cut from Chris Thile with Michael Daves, some Alison Krauss, and an unusual track from the Punch Brothers from my private collection of studio recordings. On Blues at the Bottom we have some country blues from Marie Nofsinger and Brad Paisley, a traditional and soulful track from Dorothy Moore and we'll have some happy feet music from Geno Delafose and Beau Jocque. On our concert hour this week we'll feature Steve Earl in a solo show at the Fur Peace Ranch, and our final hour takes us through "Love and Some Verses."
Airs Friday, July 19 at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we feature classic cuts from Neil Young & David Crosby, some R&B infused music from Pablo Cruise and some African inspired grooves from Regina Carter plus new country blues from the Carolina Chocolate Drops and the Lonesome River Band. We'll also hear from Darien Brahms, Robert Deeble, Dave Van Ronk, the Neville Brothers and Allison Crowe. This weeks concert feature Harvey Reid on stage in a blues and folk infused show with a touch of gospel and in our final hour we travel to Silium's Hill.
Airs Friday, July 12 at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we'll feature music from Lyle Lovett, Victoria Williams, Jerry Alfred & The Medicine Beat, Joe Ely and the Allman Brothers from the Fillmore concerts. Then we sit down with Maggie Koerner and Nick Brumley to talk about their latest projects including Maggie's recent release, Neutral Ground. We'll hear some cuts from the CD and Maggie and Nick play some tunes for us in our studio's. Then, in our final hour, we'll Rejoice in hands with music from Richard Shindell, Tindersticks, Vangelis, M Ward, Joan Baez, Lambchop and some Joe Walsh to name a few.
Airs Friday, July 5 at 11 p.m. A look into the life and music of singer and songwriter Jeff Buckley.The tragic, but brilliant life of singer/songwriter Jeff Buckley is detailed in this new radio special celebrating his landmark album, Grace. He tragically drowned in 1997 while recording his follow-up, but his stature as an artist has grown since then from cult status to worldwide mainstream acceptance.
■ Interviews: His mother, Mary Guibert, Brenda Kahn, guitarist Michael Tighe, author David Browne, tour manager Gene Bowen, and director Laurie Trombley. Jeff Buckley interview source: 10/23/94 - Courtesy of WBCN-FM Boston and CBS Radio. ■ Music: Rare, live Jeff Buckley performances taken from the CD/DVD release Grace Around the World.
Airs Friday, July 5 at 9 p.m. As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year, we join the celebration with a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles. It's called "Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special". The program is exclusively devoted to an exploration of the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones. Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones' blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll. Read the full description.