Homespun

Sundays at 4pm

'Homespun' is a program that focuses on the "traditional" side of music, although that can stretch from very old 78 rpm reissues to the contemporary music of today. Host Tom Ball says there are only two kinds of music: good music and bad music, and he strives to focus on the good each week!

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Homespun 8/30/2020

Sep 5, 2020

…This week on Homespun we’ll hear new sounds from Special Consensus, Bradley & Adair, plus Kenny and Amanda Smith! We’ll also visit the bayou of Louisiana with The Savoy Family Band plus Leo Soileau, and finish out with Steve Goodman’s tribute to the late Michael Smith, new Emma Swift, and Gregson & Collister. Tune in on Sunday’s at 3!

 

Homespun: March 29, 2020

Mar 29, 2020

This week on "Homespun", we’ll re-visit some classic recordings from the Johnson Mountain Boys, The Cox Family, Ron Stewart, and an unreleased track from JD Crowe and the New South ca. 1975! We’ll also spend time with Mike & Alice, Tommy & Fred, and we’ll look back on a couple Paul Simon originals-one by Darrell Scott and one by Simon & Garfunkel!

Homespun: March 22, 2020

Mar 26, 2020

This week on "Homespun", we celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the Soundtrack "O Brother Where Art Thou" with music by The Soggy Bottom Boys, Alison Krauss & Gillian Welch, and Chris Thomas King. We also turned back to an acoustic side from the great harpist James Cotton & guitarist Johnny Winter, AND we revisited The Jayhawks debut from 1992!

Homespun: March 15, 2020

Mar 15, 2020

This week on “Homespun”, we heard the latest from Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Volume Five, and we said "Happy Birthday' to Norman Blake with a couple of songs from him. We also started the St Patrick's Day celebration with music of DeDanann, singer Len Graham, The Boys of the Lough, and the great singer/songwriter Paul Brady!!


Homespun: March 1, 2020

Mar 2, 2020

This week on “Homespun”, we sampled the sounds of the Dobro with tracks from Mike Auldridge and Rob Ickes; heard the Gospel of The Songbirds of the South and The Angelic Gospel Singers, plus we looked back 50 years to 1970 with Paul McCartney's debut, and James Taylor's landmark LP "Sweet Baby James".


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