Solo Soiree

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

Many new releases from bands and ensembles filled the last edition of Profiles, so logic would perhaps dictate that this program feature mostly new releases from solo artists (some obviously with accompanists). What next? Programs on duos, trios, quartets? Been there, done that. Enjoy this one and try to pick out the few threads that are sewn in from set to set.

In a bittersweet note, Maine artist Gordon Bok recently announced that he plans to stop regular touring and only perform occasional concerts. One last chance to hear him live comes Saturday night at the Branford Folk Music Society, situated in our broadcast area. There’s a set of songs from older albums to offer you a taste of Gordon’s fine musical talents.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Ralph McTell, “Blind Blake’s Rag”, Classic Folk Guitar, Wooded Hill Recordings


  • Joel Mabus, “Kentucky Hambone Blues”, “Hemingway’s Beard”, A Bird In this World, Fossil Records

  • Chris Sanders, “A Stone/A Leaf”, “Nowhere Man”, Rare Bird, Desert Night Music


  • Pine Hill Project, “Open Book”, “Such Sweet Angels”, Tomorrow You’re Going, Signature Sounds


  • Gordon Bok, “Bay Of Fundy”, Bay Of Fundy, Folk-Legacy Records

  • Gordon Bok, “The Hills Of Isle Au Haut”, Apples In The Basket, Timberhead

  • William Coulter, “Citi na gCumman”, Celtic Sessions, Gourd Records

  • Gordon Bok, “The Maiden In Bird’s Plumage”, Apples In The Basket, Timberhead

  • Gordon Bok, “A Little Road And A Stone To Roll”, Return To The Land, Folk-Legacy Records


  • Butch Ross, “A Long Way From Settling Down”, “Shenandoah”, People Places Things, Permanent Records

  • Ashley Davis, “Barbara Allen”, “His Bride I’ll Be”, Night Travels, Daisy Rings Music


  • Nell Robinson, “Blue-Eyed Boston Boy”, “One Morning In May”, The Rose Of No Man’s Land, Compass

  • Joel Rafael, “El Bracero”, “500 Miles”, Baladista, Inside Recordings


  • William Coulter, “The Yellow Road”, Celtic Sessions, Gourd Records