CURRENT & RECENT BROADCASTS

Colin Hay / Doyle Bramhall II
3/22/17 - 3/28/17 | 1712

eTown welcomes back one of the most recognizable voices from the 1980s, Colin Hay (of Men at Work fame), to hear music from his latest collection of recordings. Austin guitar virtuoso Doyle Bramhall II also makes his eTown debut this week to share new music, some insights on his musical lineage as the son of more →

Bob Schneider / Joan Shelley
3/15/17 - 3/21/17 | 1711

This week’s musical pairing features Austin-based singer/songwriter Bob Schneider, who makes a return visit to eTown to share music and stories spanning his varied career. Also with us is eTown newcomer Joan Shelley, who joins us to share beautiful, stripped down versions of songs from her widely acclaimed release Over and Even, as well as more →

David Bromberg Quintet / Jonatha Brooke
3/8/17 - 3/14/17 | 1710

eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome back multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter David Bromberg and his band to the eTown stage. For decades, David has recorded and shared the stage with legendary artists such as Jerry Garcia, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, George Harrison and just about everybody in between. American folk artist Jonatha Brooke also makes a more →

Calexico / Ray Wylie Hubbard
3/1/17 - 3/7/17 | 1709

This week, hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome the eclectic sounds of Arizona-based music veterans Calexico to eTown’s solar-powered stage. Drawing from the vast landscapes of the desert territories surrounding them, the band has been fusing their influences of various Latin musical styles, country, jazz and rock to create a sound that is all their more →

Dar Williams / Piers Faccini
2/22/17 - 2/28/17 | 1708

eTown welcomes back long-time friend, singer/songwriter Dar Williams to the stage at eTown Hall to hear her latest musical creations, plus some great conversation with eTown host Nick Forster. English singer/songwriter and painter Piers Faccini also makes a return visit to eTown this week, plus a great eChievement Award story about a Colorado woman who more →

UPCOMING BROADCASTS

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 →

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 →

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 →

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

This week in eTown, garage rock powerhouse 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 powerhouse vocals of singer Erika Wennerstrom, who has guided more →

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 →