Twang Darkly

Airs Monday, April 10, 2017, at 8 p.m. Twang Darkly returns to Red River Radio for a live performance of their unique blend of original instrumental music that has been described as "Rural Space Music." Twang Darkly features Michael Futreal on Appalachian dulcimer, banjo, gourdtar, guitar, harmonica, flute, and suchlike; Lane Bayliss on drums; and Joel Boultinghouse on the big ol' string bass and electric guitars.

Press Photo / Birds Of Chicago

Airs Friday, March 3, 2017, 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. 

Bill Beckett spoke with Steve Zihlavsky and Michael Futreal about their multimedia installation titled “The Court of King Skebal,” now on exhibit at the Meadows Museum of Art through October 5. This Saturday Night September 10, The Meadows will host a free artist reception for this exhibit with live music by Twang Darkly. For details contact online the Meadows Museum at or call 318–869.

Press Image / Guy Clark

Airs Friday, May 27, at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we feature music by Laurie MccLain, The Be Good Tanyas, and Joanna Newsome as well as cuts from Twang Darkly, Otis Taylor, Diana Krall, and Julie Miller.  Then in our concert hour we'll remember Guy Clark with a rebroadcast of An Evening With Guy Clark, and this week in our final hour we'll seek the Seeds of Divinity with music by Trout Fishing In America, Bill Miller, The Cowboy Junkies, Calexico, John Trudell and more.

Press Photo / Birds Of Chicago

Airs Friday, March 11, 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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