Caravan

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Airs Friday, October 11 at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we’ll feature music from PH Balance, Myshkin’s Ruby Warbler, Chris McCaa and Chris Allen, Rose Polenzani, Ali Farke Toure, Dave Matthews, Joe Ely and tracks from the latest release by Buddy Flett.  Then in our concert hour, Sigur Ros live from Celebrate Brooklyn, and in the final hour, we go beneath the fire. Tune in for the Caravan, Friday at 9 on Red River Radio.

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Airs Friday, May 29, at 8 p.m. This week on the Caravan we'll open with music by Bill Miller along with Neil Young, Ali Farke Toure, Buddy & Julie Miller and a touch of Ravi Shankar. Then we'll feature a live in studio set with Airheart and songs from their newest CD "All Dressed Up," and in our final hour we'll wonder again "What's Behind The Eyes."

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Friday, May 22, at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we’ll hear from the Secret Sisters, John Trudell, Robert Deeble, and Alex De Grassi with blues from Billy Holiday, James Cotton, Joe Pug, and Charles Brown. For our concert hour we invited Smithfield Fair to join us in our studio for some live music and conversation and during our final hour we’ll find that “This Too Shall Pass” with music by Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen, Danny Schmidt, Lou Reed & John Cale, Diane Ward, Jack Johnson, Bonnie Raitt, and Government Mule.

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Airs Friday, May 15 at 10 p.m.  This week we air a shortened version of the Caravan following our Live Broadcast from Cuba by the Minnesota Orchestra. We'll open with an Evening With Guy Clark, and then we'll seek the Seeds of Divinity, with music by Trout Fishing In America, Cynthia g. Mason, Bill Miller, The Cowboy Junkies, Calexico, John Trudell, and more.

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Airs Friday, May 8, at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we open with cuts from Justin Townes Earle, Three Penny Acre, Phosphorescent, Scott Biram, Twang Darkly, Danny Schmidt, Otis Taylor, and Steve Earl. Then in our Concert Hour, Birds of Chicago take the stage Live from the Divide, and in our final hour, When It Don't Come Easy, look for the Light Behind You.

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