Come celebrate the 22nd Annual WORT Block Party and 16th Annual No Crap on Tap on Sunday May 19th from 11 am to 7 pm on the 200 Block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Enjoy a beer garden and live music. There will also be children’s activities, food from around the world, art and […]
Local trio The Acoustic Charlies stopped by Mud Acres to visit with Chris Powers and play a few tunes live in the WORT studio on Friday, April 19. Enjoy this encore performance!
The People Have Spoken It was a great day for chili. A little rainy, but not too cold. WORT fans filled the Harmony Bar and sampled some great chili. We want to thank our musical guests once again, The Ad Hoc String Band! Restaurants competed for the title “Supreme Commander of Chili” and your votes […]
The Old Tin Can String Band will be the first to hit the stage at 11 am to kick off the WORT Block Party on Sunday May 20. The band started in 2006 when ace fiddler Shauncey Ali tapped WORT’s own Chris Powers to sing and play a multitude of instruments (mandolin, bouzouki, guitar, etc.) for […]
In advance of his appearance at the Majestic Theater tonight (Tuesday August 22) legendary dobro player Jerry Douglas chatted with Chris Powers on Mud Acres. Jerry talks about his early years, who he played his first show with in Madison as well as the band he assembled for his latest record.
WORT welcomes Robert Earl Keen back to Madison on June 13 with an exclusive interview on Mud Acres, hosted by Tim Britton. Keen is an American singer-songwriter from Houston, Texas. He was born on January 11, 1956 and has built a phenomenal career in country music that expands to over 3 decades. He’s recorded 18 full-length albums since his first […]