Bill Malone, host of Back To The Country, chats with renowned folk troubadour Tom Paxton in advance of his Feb. 11 show at the Barrymore Theatre. Tom discusses growing up in Oklahoma and his recent “retirement” as well as working alongside his opening act/backing band The Don Juans. Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and folk […]
Madison folk duo Katie Burns and Eric Miller play live on Another Green World. Along with a few songs, host Katie Hutchinson talks to the duo about their Nebraska roots, their affiliation with Conor Oberst and balancing kids/ teaching and homeschooling with recording and playing gigs.
Bill and Bobbie Malone chat with Tom Waselchuk of the Dang-its on the Wednesday January 17 edition of Back to the Country. Tom talks about his many musical projects over the years in Madison as well as playing a rendition of Joel Mabus’ “Doc’sology”
Bob Kaspar spins Christmas music for Scrooges and curmudgeons on the Winter Solstice, Thursday, Dec 21 from 9 am to Noon. Tune in for a light-hearted escape from the burdensome traditions and bloated commercialism. Bob, also known as “The Folk Anarchist” and “The Tall Guy,” formerly hosted the Tuesday morning folk show on WORT 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.
Bobbie Malone is one of the hosts of WORT’s Back to the Country program, but this is not her only talent. She is an outstanding writer. Bobbie is originally from San Antonio, Texas but came to Madison because she got a job at the Wisconsin Historical Society where she wrote for children. She began writing […]