- 25 Aug 2019
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PT. 2 of our special two-part episode w/ American/blues artist Anders Osborne, bluegrass quartet Chatham County Line, & the McIntosh County Shouters // Tune-In
PT. 1 of our two-part episode w/ American/blues artist Anders Osborne, bluegrass quartet Chatham County Line, and Gary Fine, founder of Prisoner Express // Tune-In
eTown is heading back to Red Rocks on September 5th, to record three of our favorite artists: The Wood Brothers, Fruition, & the Steep Canyon Rangers. Tickets available now!
Folk duo Rising Appalachia join forces with Egyptian musician Ramy Essam for a powerful rendition of "This Land Is Your Land" // Tune-In
Anders Osborne / Chatham County Line / McIntosh County Shouters – “The Last Time”
I’ve been listening to eTown on WNCW for many years now. I love listening b/c it lets the nation know about all of the good things that people (sometimes right in our backyard) are doing.
Listener Veronica Johnson, Asheville, NC
Love the show, love the vibe, and love the message. Thanks so much for doing the work that you do. You make a difference.
Listener Kelly Garvin, Estes Park, CO
I recently discovered eTown and I’m totally floored at the quality and diverse styles of music. I am loving styles of music I didn’t know I liked! Thanks for that and for the wonderful interviews with the musicians.
Listener Joe Garcia, San Antonio, TX
Obviously we support the political views of eTown and what they’re trying to achieve by raising awareness for the environment and other global issues. Those are the big reasons why we keep doing it.
Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd and The Monsters)
We have never done anything like eTown before. It’s so at ease, and everyone is so nice. It’s the friendliest place I’ve ever been to.
Lucy Rose (Musician)
For Silk, good taste and good nutrition are just the start. They believe in being a good neighbor, too. So they’ve always supported folks who share their values and want to change the world for the better. As Silk has grown, so has their definition of neighborhood, expanding to touch the communities in which they more →Learn More >
Stay up to date with news and articles on renewable energy and climate change, learn tips about energy use and sustainability and dive into throwback shows from the eTown Archives! The eTown blog is truly a one-stop shop for music, ideas and community.more → Learn More >
This week we’re looking back on a special show from all the way back in 1994 featuring our longtime friend, prolific singer and songwriter Ben Harper. This excerpt happens to be from our 100th taping! We hope you enjoy it as much as we have!more → Learn More >
Our go-to employee for office music curated a Spotify playlist of our favorite tunes from artists that joined us on eTown recently (plus a few extras that have been heard coming from his office). Put it on rotation at your next party and impress your friends/family with your impeccable taste in music.more → Learn More >
Looking for the perfect present for your loved ones this holiday season? You’ve come to the right place! Grab an eTown T-Shirt, Mug, Water Bottle, Sticker or CD and support eTown in style! All purchases from the Store support eTown’s continued efforts to educate, entertain and inspire through music and conversation.more → Learn More >