eTown on the Road: Lafayette, LA w/ Sonny Landreth & More
1/16/19 - 1/22/19 | 1903

This week, eTown returns to the Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana for part two of our two-part exploratory adventure into the origins and vast musical styles native to the Louisiana area. The fabulous musical offerings continue where we left off last week, this time with music from Ann Savoy, Sonny Landreth, Michael more →

eTown on the Road: Lafayette, LA w/ Rhiannon Giddens & More
1/9/18 - 1/15/18 | 1902

It’s a not-to-be-missed ‘eTown On the Road’ episode this week! In this special two-part re-broadcast, eTown heads to the beautiful Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana to delve into the origins and vast musical styles of this rich cultural area. There’ll be lots of great music from local artists including Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter more →

Delbert McClinton / Robert Finley / Chris Pallister (Gulf of Alaska Keeper)
1/2/19 - 1/8/19 | 1901

Our first broadcast of 2019 features Grammy Award-winning blues multi-instrumentalist Delbert McClinton and blues and soul singer/songwriter and guitarist Robert Finley. Plus Nick sits down with Chris Pallister, the founder of Gulf of Alaska Keeper to learn how his organization is protecting the waters and habitat of the Northern Gulf of Alaska. Its another ‘back more →

Loudon Wainwright III / Heather Maloney / Dan Rountree (Current Problems)
12/26/18 - 1/1/19 | 1852

This week we revisit a fan-favorite from precisely one year ago. Folk singer, humorist and actor Loudon Wainwright III shares a few of his classic musical creations, as well as excerpts from his book Liner Notes. And the incredibly talented singer/songwriter Heather Maloney (one of Helen’s favorites to sing with!) joins us as well. Great more →

eTown’s Holiday Special
12/19/18 - 12/25/18 | 1851

Back by popular demand – eTown’s holiday special! Join us as we delve deep into the eTown archives to share some of the best holiday music we’ve heard on the show over the years. There’s a little something for everyone under eTown’s musical tree this week so let’s celebrate the holidays together! Subscribe to the more →


Laura Veirs / Aaron Lee Tasjan / Peter Mui (Fixit Clinic)
1/23/19 - 1/29/19 | 1904

We welcome folk-pop singer/songwriter Laura Veirs for her first eTown appearance. A prolific songwriter for nearly 20 years, Veirs has garnered praise throughout the years with her exquisite folk-pop sound. Also joining us for his first eTown visit is a truly gifted, one-of-a-kind singer/songwriter, Aaron Lee Tasjan. And we’ll have a conversation with this week’s more →

The Band of Heathens / Stephen Kellogg / Jamie Van Leeuwen (Global Livingston Institute)
1/30/19 - 2/5/19 | 1905

Austin, TX-based artists, The Band of Heathens, join us this week to share some tunes, including a few from their album ‘A Message From the People Revisited’, in which they reimagine Ray Charles’ 1972 classic of the same name . In addition, we’re joined by popular Americana/folk singer-songwriter Stephen Kellogg. And we’ll talk with Jamie more →

Gregory Alan Isakov / Rayland Baxter / Dara Schoenwald (Volunteer Cleanup)
2/6/19 - 2/12/19 | 1906

This week, we’re joined on the airwaves by one of our good friends (not to mention one of our favorite songwriters out there), Gregory Alan Isakov. This is Gregory’s sixth time on the show (his first all the way back in 2008) and he shares tunes from his critically acclaimed new record ‘Evening Machines.’ Also more →

Deer Tick / Garland Jeffreys / Kathleen Hower (Global Links)
2/13/19 - 2/19/19 | 1907

This week in eTown, the Providence, Rhode Island-based alternative group Deer Tick share their one-of-a-kind sound. Also with us is the legendary, genre-bending American singer-songwriter Garland Jeffreys, who (by his own account) recorded his first real “Rock and Roll” record in 1977 with Wild In The Streets and has continued to break new ground musically more →

Fruition / Baskery / Sophia Watkins (Forest Fund)
2/20/19 - 2/26/19 | 1908

This week we revisit a fan-favorite episode featuring Portland, Oregon-based bluegrass/Americana group Fruition, who’ll share their unique take on acoustic-driven, high energy music. Also joining us this episode is Swedish alt-Americana group Baskery, three multi-instrumentalist sisters who are each a musical force of their own. Plus we check in with a young American woman currently more →