CURRENT & RECENT BROADCASTS

John Paul White / Marley’s Ghost / Kathleen Baumgardner (FoCo Cafe)
7/11/18 - 7/17/18 | 1828

In this week’s episode, we’re joined by singer/songwriter/producer John Paul White who originally joined us back in 2011 as part of the widely popular musical duo The Civil Wars. Our longtime friends in the genre-bending Americana group Marley’s Ghost also stop in for another visit to eTown Hall’s solar-powered stage. Lots of great music and more →

Brother Ali / Chuck Prophet / Laura Tenenbaum (Oceans Melting Greenland Project)
7/4/18 - 7/10/18 | 1827

It’s an eclectic encore broadcast this week as we revisit our show featuring hip-hop artist and community activist Brother Ali, who shares his unique take on rap music, as well as stories on his background, what it was like growing up with albinism, and his musical quest to spread a positive message through music. Also more →

eTown On The Road: JJ Grey / Cicada Rhythm / Melaney Smith (Books For Keeps)
6/27/18 - 7/3/18 | 1826

In this week’s ‘back by popular demand’ podcast/broadcast, eTown turns on the southern charm as the crew heads to Athens, Georgia for a very special installment of our ‘eTown on the road’ ongoing series. We’ll be coming to you from the legendary Georgia Theater, joined by both a local musical group Cicada Rhythm and our longtime eTown friend more →

Dave Alvin / Jimmie Dale Gilmore / Elaine Hamel (Girls at Work)
6/20/18 - 6/26/18 | 1825

It’s an hour packed full of great songwriting and storytelling on the airwaves this week with singer/songwriter/guitarist/poet Dave Alvin and singer/songwriter/actor Jimmie Dale Gilmore. We dig deep into the songbooks of each artist, and hear some great road stories and insights into the many influences that have shaped their musical styles. Jimmie and Dave will perform both solo more →

Leftover Salmon / Paul Thorn / Jen Kay (CU Boulder)
6/13/18 - 6/19/18 | 1824

We’re joined this week by the high energy band and old friends Leftover Salmon, known for their fast licks, clever lyrics and fun loving stage presence. Also with us, singer/songwriter Paul Thorn, who brings his muscular brand of roots rock – bluesy, at times rocking and always infectious. Plus Nick talks with scientist and professor Jen Kay more →

UPCOMING BROADCASTS

Bettye LaVette / Vilray / Rose Tourje (ANEW)
7/18/18 - 7/24/18 | 1829

We’ve got a soulful hour of music and conversation this week on the airwaves featuring prolific soul singer/songwriter Bettye LaVette. Bettye’s gift is being able to take a song, whether well known or obscure, from any genre and make it completely her own. She began performing and recording during the birth of soul music in the 60s more →

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors / Tift Merritt / Stephen Ritz (Green Bronx Machine)
7/25/18 - 7/31/18 | 1830

This week we revisit a fan-favorite episode from last year featuring singer/songwriter Drew Holcomb and his band – The Neighbors. We’ll check in to hear some of Drew’s latest musical creations, and get an update on his ever-evolving musical story. Americana singer/songwriter and eTown veteran Tift Merritt also joined us on this show to share more →

Chicano Batman / BettySoo / Sarah Jackson (Casa de Paz)
8/1/18 - 8/7/18 | 1831

This week, eTown welcomes the eclectic, LA-based psychedelic soul group, Chicano Batman, for some solar-powered musical goodness. Also joining us for her first visit is folk singer/songwriter, BettySoo. There will be plenty of great music, collaboration and conversation with our visiting artists this week, plus a great eChievement Award story about a Colorado-based organization that more →

Hiss Golden Messenger / Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen / Dr. Kenneth Lacovara
8/8/18 - 8/14/18 | 1832
eTown On The Road: Mavis Staples / Ani DiFranco (Pt. 1)
8/15/18 - 8/21/18 | 1833

It’s Pt. 1 of a special encore broadcast this week as we revisit our show at the historic Paramount Theater in downtown Denver from last year featuring two female artists that embody what it means to be strong and independent – the legendary Mavis Staples and singer/songwriter Ani DiFranco. Along with lots of great music and conversation with more →