Folk Podcasts

Down In the Flood show

Down In the FloodJoin Now to Follow

Dowsing for the wellsprings of American music, Down In The Flood is series of 30-40 minute podcasts exploring the sound and continuum of American popular music from the 1830s to the pressent.

By Jason Chervokas

A Bluegrass and Old Time Music Radio Show show

A Bluegrass and Old Time Music Radio ShowJoin Now to Follow

One hour radio show that plays bluegrass, old time and gospel music only by unsigned bands. Discusses playing style, venues, and provide band website an CD links.

By Jack W. Lewis - oldesurberstation

A Storied Life show

A Storied LifeJoin Now to Follow

Personal history for family, friends and perfect strangers. A long, entertaining and varied life. CHATHAM STORIES Some high school lads were hauled up in Court for painting a farmer's cow blue. “Why did you paint that cow blue?” the Judge asked sternly. “Because, Your Honour, we didn't have any red paint.”

Antonio: Songs from my Youth show

Antonio: Songs from my YouthJoin Now to Follow

This is a collection of songs sung by a young boy soprano. Folk songs, Italian songs, and opera. Composers include Copeland and Gian Carlo Menoti. Selections also include broadway show songs from The Secret Garden and Brigadoon

By turtleman

Preview Songs on Live at the Rex Theater Vol. 1 album by Oriskany Strings show

Preview Songs on Live at the Rex Theater Vol. 1 album by Oriskany StringsJoin Now to Follow

Here are samples of the complete sfirst hour of this wonderful old time band as it was performed on January 7, 2005 in the historic Rex Theater in Galax, Virginia.

Podcasts from www.sablues.org show

Podcasts from www.sablues.orgJoin Now to Follow

Twice a month South Australian Roots and Blues sends into cyberspace its rich mature brew of fine roots and blues music. One podcast draws its selection from alt country, progressive folk and indie rock; the other from acoustic and electric blues. Quality: MP3PRO VBR 85-120 kbps. Duration: 1 hour.

By www.sablues.org

DOODcast show

DOODcastJoin Now to Follow

Name:`` DOODcast``Category:`` Music - International``Description:`` K_I_L_L_E_R _ J_A_M_S```` To all you doods. this is my Podcast of DJ Fitz & His Dalston Whores bringing you the rarest and heaviest psychedelic killer jams, lovingly hand picked from around the globe and clumsily caressed into your very own ears.```` You need to subscribe to this PODCAST in your itunes right now```` NOW AVAILABLE FREE ON ITUNES STORE````http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=339856377````Or``search for DOODcast on iTunes store````Or``http://feeds.feedburner.com/DOODcast

By Mike Stoke

Walt Cronin  show

Walt Cronin Join Now to Follow

Walt Cronin came into being a serious folk singer songwriter around the age of 50. His life experiences as a medic in Vietnam and somewhat nomadic life after wards are the source of many of the folk songs he has written about relationships, societal issues, love songs and light-hearted fare which make up the content of what is his 3rd CD released in June 2010. Walt's goal was to reflect the sincerity of folk music history while placing the songs in a contemporary setting. The collaborators achieved their aims with his friend Martin Beal providing detailed arrangements and a fine editing ear while playing a myriad ofinstruments (guitars, keyboards, bass, mandolin, melodica, bouzouki, hurdy-gurdy, percussion,) as well as performing all drum programming. Quote: "Tender and introspective songs with the kind of realness and authenticity that is becoming quite rare." Alt-country, Americana, Folk Beeb Ashcroft Indie-Music

By Walt Cronin

Something Live show

Something LiveJoin Now to Follow

Original music, mixed and recorded live at The Cantab Lounge in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The show features, folk, blues, rock, acoustic, and traditional music.

Open Door Rapport show

Open Door RapportJoin Now to Follow

The objective of “That’s What I Believe” is to explore the potential of conversations between people who are interested in new ideas and the advancement of old. By challenging each other’s thoughts and opinions, we hope to better understand the origin of beliefs. Even though many of us are no longer in school, that is no reason we cannot continue our education. Conversation is not a born ability, but a skill developed over time. It used to be the only way people learned and there is no reason why we cannot maximize the benefits of shared conversation today

By Jim and Tom