First broadcast February 3, 2006

Celebrating Folk's Diverse World

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

A simple show culled from new releases. I often refer to “Profiles in Folk” as an exploration of the diverse world of folk and acoustic music and this show is true to that characterization. The show shifts gears from genre to genre and includes two versions of “The Steelers Polka” as our tribute to this weekend’s 40th Super Bowl! With the exception of Frigg and Andrew Hardin, the artists spotlighted are being heard for the first time on “Profiles”.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • 3 Fox Drive, “Listen To The Music”, Listen To The Music, Koch Nashville

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  • Frigg, “Toastmaster’s March”, “Tepeq”, “Return From Helsinki”, Oasis, NorthSide

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  • Kelly Mulhollan, “Wallace Stevens: Excerpts from ‘Continual Conversations With A Silent Man’”, “William Blake: ‘The Little Girl Lost/The Little Girl Found’”, Never Ending Conversation, Termite Tracs

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  • Ethan Hazzard-Watkins, “The House On The Hill/Gerry Cronin’s/John Brain’s”, “Church Hollow”, In The Window, Independent

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  • James Phisoulis, “Steelers Polka”, 1973 Version, Independent

  • Jimmy Pol, “Steelers Polka”, 1979 Version, Independent

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  • Zu Zazz String Orkestra, “California Blues”, “Howlin’ At The Moon”, Promo Disc, Independent

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  • The Greencards, “Time”, “Long Way Down”, “Marty’s Kitchen”, Weather And Water, Dualtone

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  • 3 Fox Drive, “This Little House Of Mine”, “Man Behind The Wall”, Listen To The Music, Koch Nashville

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  • Andrew Hardin with Ray Wylie Hubbard, “Montezuma”, Blue Acoustic, Independent

  • Andrew Hardin with Eliza Gilkyson, “Sedona”, Blue Acoustic, Independent

  • Andrew Hardin with Dave Alvin, “Mexicali Chinatown”, Blue Acoustic, IndependentWest, Red House