10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters
It’s a night for songwriters at “Profiles in Folk”. For the first 71 minutes we welcomed back to our studios wordsmith extraordinaire Terence Martin accompanied by Dan Bonis, who at this point is an official member of the “Profiles in Folk house band” since he’s made so many solo and shared appearances on WSHU.
Terence, who hails from Westchester County, has just released his fourth CD as his career continues to ascend upward as his music reaches a wider audience. “Lost Hills” is a real keeper for your music collection, featuring several memorable tunes written by Terence and co-writer Gregory Hicks. Dan, a Ridgefield resident, accompanies on two selections with his lap steel guitar.
The second part of the program featured the first hour of “Bob Dylan: No Direction Home”, a special radio show companion to the Martin Scorsese documentary currently airing on PBS stations. We’ll feature the second hour next week.
We closed up shop with some tunes from dulcimer wizard Karen Mueller who will be making her first trip to Connecticut this weekend for the Nutmeg Dulcimer Festival in Hamden.
Again, thanks to WSHU Chief Engineer Paul Litwinovich for mixing the sound for the live portion of the program.
Live In WSHU’s Studio A: Terence Martin & Dan Bonis
“East Of The River”
“Bob Dylan: No Direction Home/The Radio Special”, Produced by Paul Chuffo & Joyride Media.