The Fall Season

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

Summer’s almost run its course, and folk and acoustic music’s fall season is upon us in the region’s coffeehouses, theaters, living rooms and outdoor venues. The branches of the folk tree are many and this is just a taste of selected performers and their music in our broadcast area as the fall season opens.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Nuala Kennedy, “Asturias/Part One”, Noble Stranger, Compass


  • Loretta Egan Murphy, “The Walkin’ Jig/The King Of The Pipers”, “Leddy >From Cavan/Reilly Of the White Hill/Starry Lane To Monaghan, Beyond The Watery Lane, Independent


  • Tony Barrand & Keith Murphy, “Raspberry Lane”, “The Soldier’s Return/The Divine Reel”, On The Banks Of Cold Brook, Independent


  • Cheryl Wheeler, “When Fall Comes To November”, “75 September”, Different Stripe, EMI

  • Mary Chapin Carpenter, “What To Keep And What To Throw Away”, “Soul Companion”, Ashes & Roses, Zoe Rounder

  • Cheryl Wheeler, “Arrow”, Different Stripe, EMI


  • Toby Walker, “I Know You Rider”, “Things I Used To Do All Night”, Live At The Bottleneck, Powerhouse


  • Rex Fowler & Tom Dean, “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away/Norwegian Wood”, “Tomorrow Never Know/Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”, Imagined: The John Lennon Song Project, Red Engine Records


  • Pesky J. Nixon, “Wagon Wheel”, “Miss Ohio”, Red Ducks, Independent

  • The String Fingers Band, “Streamline”, “Old Man Rodney”, Don’t Forget, Independent