Folk Alley Radio Show #180628

This week on Folk Alley, in hour one, we celebrate Canada Day by digging into our Folk Alley Sessions archives and featuring many of our favorite Canadian musicians. Hear exclusive recordings by The Small Glories, Pharis & Jason Romero, the Good Lovelies, Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac, David Francey, The Duhks, Lynn Miles, James Keeleghan, Amelia Curran, and many more.

In hour two, new music from Balsam Range, Steve Dawson, Melissa Carper & Rebecca Patek, Kittel & Co., and The Dead Tongues; we’ll revisit Gillian Welch’s 2003 album, ‘Soul Journey’ on its 15th anniversary; also a track from Elijah Dhavvan aka Tobias the Owl’s new album, ‘A Safe Harbor for Wayward Echoes’ featuring Laura Veirs; plus favorites from Hiss Golden Messenger, Mandolin Orange, Dave Alvin, Martin Sexton, and many more.

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Artist – Title – Album – Label

Hour One:

The Small Glories – Time Wanders On (in-studio) – Folk Alley Session Exclusive – Folk Alley Exclusive

David Myles – Cry, Cry, Cry – Folk Alley Sessions – Folk Alley Exclusive

Pharis & Jason Romero (In-Studio) – Long Gone Out West Blues – Folk Alley exclusive in-studio session

Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac – Yellow Coat – Folk Alley exclusive recording Folk Alliance 2013

Kaia Kater (in-studio) – Southern Girl (in-studio) – Folk Alley in-studio session – Folk Alley/WKSU exclusive

Old Man Luedecke (in-studio) – Wait A While (in-studio) – Folk Alley in-studio session – Folk Alley/WKSU exclusive

The Duhks – Lazy John (In-Studio) – Folk Alley in-studio session recording (2015) – Folk Alley exclusive

Lynn Miles (in studio) – Love Doesn’t Hurt – Folk Alley exclusive in-studio session May, 2011 – Folk Alley exclusive

James Keeleghan – Mi Vida (in-studio) – Exclusive Folk Alley in-studio recording

Amelia Curran – Wrecking Ball (In-Studio) – Folk Alley exclusive recording Folk Alliance 2013

The Bills (In-Studio) – Gale in my Sail – Folk Alley exclusive recording Folk Alliance 2013

Musique À Bouches – Plantons La Vigne – Folk Alley Sessions at FestiTrad – Folk Alley Exclusive

Good Lovelies (live) – Made For Rain – recorded by Folk Alley at Cain Park in Cleveland August 10, 2012

David Francey (In-Studio) – Pandora’s Box – Folk Alley exclusive recording Folk Alliance 2013

Ashley Condon (feat. David Francey) – Deep Down In The River (In-Studio) – Exclusive Folk Alley Recording – Folk Alley exclusive

Hour Two:

Balsam Range – The Girl Who Invented the Wheel – [single] – Mountain Home Music

Steve Dawson – Bugscuffle – Lucky Hand – Black Hen Music

Robert Ellis & Courtney Hartman – Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie – Dear John – Refuge Foundation for the

Gillian Welch – Wayside/Back In Time – Soul Journey – Acony

Gillian Welch – Look at Miss Ohio – Soul Journey – Acony

Laura Veirs – Margaret Sands – The Lookout – Raven Marching Band

Tobias the Owl – Deep River City (feat. Laura Veirs) – A Safe Harbor for Wayward Echoes – Megaforce Records

The Dead Tongues – Won’t Be Long – Unsung Passage – Psychic Hotline

Hiss Golden Messenger – John the Gun – Hallelujah Anyhow – Merge Records

Mandolin Orange – Echo – Blindfaller – Yep Roc Records

Melissa Carper & Rebecca Patek – I Can’t Lose What I Don’t Have – Brand New Old-Time Songs – Melissa Carper & Rebecca

Kittel & Co. – The Boxing Reels – Whorls – Compass Records

Justin Townes Earle – What’s Going Wrong – Kids in the Street – New West Records

Dave Alvin – Fourth of July – King Of California – Hightone

Martin Sexton – America the Beautiful – Black Sheep – Eastern Front

Folk Alley’s weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

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