A Bit Of Folk Foolishness

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

This is our closest show to April 1, so why not get in a bit of folk foolishness and a few flights of fancy? It’s an evening of fun as I explore the condition of folk music and folk musicians, how the folk revivalists are handling the aging process and just what they are doing to the music with their parodies! For closers, there’s very skilled storytelling (and guitar playing) from the late Gamble Rogers.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Those Darn Accordions!, “We’re An Accordion Band”, Squeeze This!, Flying Fish


  • Geoff Bartley, “Folk Music Is The Final Refuge Of The Weird”, The Old Vienna Tapes/Vol. 1, Independent

  • Andrew Calhoun, “Folksingers Are Boring”, Phoenix Envy, Waterbug

  • Carla Ulbrich, “Would You Rather Be Paid?”, Professional Smart Aleck, Official Seal Records

  • Nancy White, “And I Copied It”, Stickers On Fruit, Borealis Records

  • John Tams/Coope Boyes & Simpson, “On And On”, Dark Side Of the Mongrel, Dog Records

  • Harvey Andrews, “Perfect Folk Club In The Sky”, The Gift, Hypertension Records


  • John McCutcheon, “Of An Age”, 22 Days, Appalsongs

  • Lois Morton, “Twentieth Century Girl”, 20th Century Girl, Independent

  • Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen, “Now Everything Does”, Berrymania, Compass Rose Music

  • Nancy White, “Mary Jane’s Got Your Number”, Stickers On Fruit, Borealis

  • Tom Rush, “The Remember Song”, Judy Collins/Wildflower Festival, Wildflower Records


  • Cecil Sharp Centenary Collective, “The Crabfish”, Seaside Folk, Talking Elephant Records

  • John Roberts & Tony Barrand, “The Rolling Mills Of New Jersey”, Live At Holsteins!, Golden Hind Music

  • Rick Fielding, “Off To School No More”, Acoustic Workshop, Borealis

  • Martin Carthy, “The Hard Cheese Of Old England”, Oranges And Lemmings, Dog Records

  • Bill Caddick, “Custard Creams”, Tubular Dogs, Dog Records


  • Gamble Rogers, “Georgia State Patrol/Deep Gap Salute”, Philadelphia Folk Festival 40th Anniversary,

  • Sliced Bread Records, , ,

  • Gamble Rogers, “Saturday Afternoon”, “The Terminal Tavern”, Oklawaha County Laissez-Faire, Oklawaha