Noam Pikelny / The Lee Boys
4/26/17 - 5/2/17 | 1718

eTown welcomes back singer/songwriter and Punch Brothers’ banjo player Noam Pikelny to hear some of his musical creations as a solo artist, and discuss his latest release, entitled Universal Favorite. Also with us is the Miami-based, “sacred steel” band – The Lee Boys, who bring their powerhouse, gospel-influenced sound to eTown’s solar-powered stage for the more →

Heartless Bastards / Charlie Musselwhite
4/19/17 - 4/25/17 | 1716

This week in eTown, garage rock powerhouses Heartless Bastards takes the stage at eTown Hall for their appearance on the show. The band, which derived its name from a flubbed answer regarding the name of Tom Petty’s backing band during a bar trivia game, features the strong vocals of singer Erika Wennerstrom, who has guided more →

William Bell / Alejandro Escovedo
4/12/17 - 4/18/17 | 1715

eTown welcomes legendary soul singer/songwriter William Bell for his very first visit to eTown. Known throughout the world for penning such soul classics as “You Don’t Miss Your Water” and “Born Under A Bad Sign”, William takes the stage with eTown’s house band to share music from his latest release, as well as a few more →

The Wood Brothers / Noah Gundersen
4/5/17 - 4/11/17 | 1714

Hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome back Boulder-born, Nashville-based siblings Chris and Oliver Wood (The Wood Brothers) who make another stop at eTown Hall to share music from their latest collection of songs entitled Paradise. The two brothers, which began their musical careers in widely different genres such as the experimental jazz trio Medeski, Martin more →

Beth Hart / John McEuen
3/29/17 - 4/4/17 | 1713

eTown welcomes singer/songwriter and piano virtuoso Beth Hart to the solar-powered stage at eTown Hall. Folk musician and founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John McEuen, also makes a return visit to the show. All of this, plus a great eChievement Award story about a woman in New York who has developed a more →


Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear / Lindi Ortega
5/3/17 - 5/11/17 | 1718

It’s a family affair this week in eTown, as mother-and-son folk duo Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear pull up a couple of stools and share their intimate and soulful brand of acoustic music for the listening audience. Also with us is Canadian-born / Nashville-based singer/songwriter Lindi Ortega. After extensive touring as a backup singer more →

Aoife O’Donovan / Marty O’Reilly
5/10/17 - 5/16/17 | 1719

Singer/songwriter and musical powerhouse Aoife O’Donovan makes a return visit to eTown’s solar-powered stage this week. At a young age, she has already recorded, collaborated, toured and performed with a list of musical A-listers too long to name, and we’re happy to have her back with us to share some of her latest inspirations. Santa more →

Rodney Crowell / Robert Ellis
5/17/17 - 5/23/17 | 1720

This week, eTown welcomes back two-time Grammy Award winner, and legendary singer/songwriter Rodney Crowell to the solar-powered stage at eTown Hall. Rodney joins forces with eTown host Nick Forster and the eTown house band to share music from his latest collection of recordings, entitled Close Ties. Also joining us is up-and-coming Texas singer/songwriter Robert Ellis, who more →

Hayes Carll / Wild Child
5/24/17 - 5/30/17 | 1721

eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome Texas singer/songwriter Hayes Carll to eTown Hall’s solar-powered stage for lots of great music, collaborations with eTown’s house band, and conversation about the craft of songwriting, and influences that have inspired him along the way. Also with us for another visit is the Austin-based indie outfit Wild Child more →

Dave Alvin / Jimmy Dale Gilmore
5/31/17 - 6/6/17 | 1722

It’s an hour packed full of great songwriting and storytelling this week, as eTown welcomes back to legendary artists and long-time friends of the show – singer/songwriter/guitarist/poet Dave Alvin and singer/songwriter/actor Jimmie Dale Gilmore. We’ll dig deep into the songbooks of each artist, and hear some great road stories and insights into the many influences more →