Langhorne Slim / Robyn Hitchcock
9/20/17 - 9/26/17 | 1738

This week’s back-by-popular-demand broadcast/podcast features two long-time friends of the show for a musical check in at eTown Hall. Langhorne Slim first joined us in 2009, and is back in stripped-down fashion to share some of his latest musical explorations, as well as a few collaborations with eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster and the more →

Jack Johnson / The Weather Station
9/13/17 - 9/19/17 | 1737

In this week’s installment of eTown, singer/songwriter and avid surfer Jack Johnson makes a triumphant return to eTown to share some of his latest music in front of the intimate audience at eTown’s solar-powered performance space – eTown Hall. Also joining us for the first time is Canadian folk artist Tamara Lindeman who regularly performs more →

Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives / Cassandra Jenkins
9/6/17 - 9/12/17 | 1736

This week, eTown welcomes legendary Grammy Award-winning country singer/songwriter Marty Stuart, along with his virtuosic band – The Fabulous Superlatives. Marty shares lots of music from his group’s latest release, Way Out West, as well as insightful conversation about his storied career as a recording artist, television personality and one time son-in-law to Johnny Cash. more →

Oh Pep! / Jon McLaughlin
8/30/17 - 9/5/17 | 1735

This week’s solar-powered musical meeting features an up-and-coming band that is already making waves, alongside a well-established musician who makes his first appearance on the show. Australian folk pop band Oh Pep! takes the stage to share music from the band’s debut release, plus Indiana-born / Nashville-based singer and piano virtuoso Jon McLaughlin shares some more →

Thurston Moore / Greyhounds
8/23/17 - 8/29/17 | 1734

Popularly known as singer, songwriter and guitarist of Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore was listed as one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.” Moore joins us with his blend of alternative, experimental rock and post-punk. Texas R&B and soul duo Greyhounds is also with us, and our eChievement Award winner shares her story of “rescuing” more →


Bob Weir / John Fullbright (Pt. 1)
9/27/17 - 10/3/17 | 1739

Be sure to tune in to eTown this week for part one of a special two-part broadcast featuring the legendary singer/songwriter and Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir, plus Americana artist John Fullbright. While we’ve been lucky to have both artists with us in previous years, this marks the first time we’ve been able to more →

Bob Weir / John Fullbright (Pt. 2)
10/4/17 - 10/10/17 | 1740

Be sure to tune in to eTown this week for part two of our special two-part broadcast featuring the legendary singer/songwriter and Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir, plus Americana artist John Fullbright. We’ll pick up where we left off last week, by delving deeper into conversation with Bob, and further exploring the vast realms more →

John Moreland / Phoebe Hunt
10/11/17 - 10/17/17 | 1741

This week, eTown continues its long trend of featuring great musical artists with Oklahoma roots by welcoming Americana artist John Moreland for his first visit to eTown’s solar-powered stage. With his earliest influences and musical expressions coming from the worlds of punk rock and hardcore, John credits his switch to folk music after being influenced more →

honeyhoney / Margaret Glaspy
10/18/17 - 10/24/17 | 1742

This week in eTown, California-based alternative folk duo honeyhoney makes a stop at eTown Hall to share their lush and beautiful sound on eTown’s solar-powered stage. New York City-based singer/songwriter Margaret Glaspy also brings in her unique take on guitar-driven rock songs, born from a lifetime of soaking up musical influences and knowledge from anywhere and more →

Andrew Bird / Leif Vollebekk
10/25/17 - 10/31/17 | 1743

eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome singer/songwriter and violin virtuoso Andrew Bird to eTown Hall’s solar-powered stage. Andrew got his start in the popular bands Squirrel Nut Zippers and Bowl of Fire before embarking on what has become a very successful solo career. We’ll hear lots of great music from Andrew and his band, more →