An Eclectic Night

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

No themes for this program, just a lot of good, hot music. We are started with some material from the folk archives and then moved on to a long overdue reissue-of-two-albums-as-one-CD of the work of Michael Cooney on Front Hall. The second hour included sets by Anne Dodson of Maine and Jubilant Bridge of Colorado, both of whom have shows upcoming in Connecticut, and a listen to selections from John Gorka’s new album

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang, Hot Fingers, String Dazzlers, Columbia/Legacy


  • Dr. Humphrey Bate & His Possum Hunters, “Throw The Cow Over The Fence“, “My Wife Died Saturday Night”, Nashville: The Early String Bands/Volume 1, County

  • Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers, “Robertson County”, “Stone Rag”, Nashville: The Early String Bands/Volume 1, County


  • Sylvester Weaver, “Untitled”, String Dazzlers, Columbia/Legacy

  • Blind Willie Johnson, “When The War Was On”, String Dazzlers, Columbia/Legacy

  • Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang, “Bull Frog Moan”, String Dazzlers, Columbia/Legacy

  • Casey Bill Weldon, “Guitar Swing”, String Dazzlers, Columbia/Legacy


  • Michael Cooney, “Cocaine Rag”, “Deep Elem Blues”, “Thyme”, “The Mermaid”, Singer Of Old Songs/Still Cooney After All These Years, Front Hall


  • Anne Dodson, “The Fiddler’s Ear”, “All That You Ask Me”, “Jane’s Whistle”, “Wait Till The Clouds Roll By”, Against The Moon, Beech Hill Music


  • John Gorka, “People My Age”, “When You Walk In”, “Let Them Walk In”, “Wisheries”, The Company You Keep, Red House


  • Jubilant Bridge, “Rodeo Man”, “Spanish Johnny”, Under Shattered Skies, independent

You can reach Front Hall Records at

You can reach Anne Dodson at

You can reach Jubilant Bridge at P.O. Box 102695, Denver, CO 80210