Music and words, mainly prose or poetry read aloud in a recorded jazz, folk, and international music milieu.
Singer-songwriter and Cable, Wisconsin native Hannah Luree came with her guitar on Monday, September 23 to join Brian Standing in the WORT Studios. She and Brian chatted about getting folk gigs in punk clubs, the status of the Madison folk scene and Hannah’s future plans. Hannah also played two of her compositions, “Darlin’” and “Bounce,” […]
New York, L.A., Nashville, Austin, etc.: these are all cities that get written and sung about. The places whose streets, or bars, or saloons and studios harbor, hold, and heave with musicians. They’re cities we think of as being some of the music capitals of the world. While all of these things are true, it barely scratches the surface of the American music scene.
2014 Sugar Maple Fest headliners The Drunken Catfish Ramblers of New Orleans will make a live appearance on Global Revolutions this Monday morning at 11:00 am.
This Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 11 am on Back to the Country, music historian Bill Malone interviews Mac Wiseman, who was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
It’s a never ending game to see how many musicians and instruments we can pack into our little studio. Hoot ‘n Annie played that game with us on the June 8th Buzz. The Madison string band stopped by to help liven up the place for the Summer Pledge Drive.