Future Broadcast Schedule

G. Love / Johnette Napolitano

Show #1417 | 4/23/2014

Philadelphia-based alt hip-hop musician G. Love (frontman for G. Love and Special Sauce) joins us for a rare solo set with a mix of laid-back blues, classic R&B and modern rap. Also with us: alt-rock singer songwriter Johnette Napolitano (of Concrete Blonde fame). Our E-Chievement Award winner this

Marcia Ball / Paul Thorn

Show #1418 | 4/30/2014

This week eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome two world-class artists, Marcia Ball and Paul Thorn for an episode steeped in the musical traditions of the American south. Ball’s piano playing, singing and songwriting have earned her a worldwide reputation for igniting a full-scale roadhouse

Atmosphere / Matt Andersen

Show #1419 | 5/7/2014

Minneapolis-based hip-hop duo Atmosphere joins us this show featuring their vibrant, live instrumentations and often-weighty subject matter that continues to push the boundaries of what indie rap can mean. Singer and songwriter Matt Andersen is also with us bringing his award-winning blues sound that

Tennis / Neil Halstead

Show #1420 | 5/14/2014

This week, Denver-based trio Tennis makes their first stop in eTown to share a sound that has music enthusiasts and critics around the country in a frenzy, landing them number one slots in Billboard’s Heatseeker chart, as well as CMJ’s Top 200. Also joining us is British shoegaze veteran Neil Halstead

Sarah Jarosz / Wild Child

Show #1421 | 5/21/2014

22-year-old progressive-folk singer and songwriter Sarah Jarosz makes her second trip to eTown; Rolling Stone magazine has compared her to Gillian Welch. Mojo labeled her a "newgrass prodigy" for her skills on banjo, guitar and mandolin. And the New York Times hailed her as "one of acoustic music's

Lake Street Dive / Eilen Jewell

Show #1422 | 5/28/2014

Boston-based quartet Lake Street Dive joins us with a dynamic mix of alt-pop, rock, jazz and R&B. Americana blues singer and songwriter Eilen Jewell also joins us: The Los Angeles Daily News wrote, "Sometimes as darkly damaged as Lucinda Williams, at others as defiant and teasing as prime Peggy