Weekend Gallimaufry with Bill Monroe, live at New River Ranch, Maryland, July 28, 1963.
Nights at the Roundtable with Folk/Husband-and-wife/duo Jim & Jean and their brief foray into the world of Pop and a track that reached 94 on the charts, People World released in 1968.
Nights at the Roundtable with Phil Ochs and a single issued in 1974, "Here's To The State Of Richard Nixon".
Nights at the Roundtable with folk legend Eric von Schmidt and a track from his classic 1970 album 2nd Right, 3rd Row and "Loop The Loop".
Sure, you've heard the tune before- as Wimoweh or The Lion Sleeps Tonight. South African Solomon Linda, a cleaner at a Johannesburg record company as well as a beer hall singer, penned the song in the 1920's, but didn't record it until 1939.
Backstage Weekend live at the Hollywood with Pop-Folk legends The Kingston Trio from Summer 1961.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles - The Folk Music movement and early FM radio - Skip Weshner broadcasting from One Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village New York, December 1960.
(Hoyt Axton - gave the world The Pusher) [media id=17124] Tonight's installment of the Chronicles heads over to Pasadena during the early months o
(Fairport Convention - before they were an institution) [media id=12783] Early Fairport Convention tonight from a session recorded for the BBC on
Dave Alvin is a stong advocate for "roots" music, who proudly proclaims that he plays both kinds folk music: quiet and loud. And I know it must be tr
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