RECENT EPISODES

DeVotchKa / Kyle Emerson / Award: Sr. Edna Lonergan (St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care)
07/01/2020 - 07/07/2020 | 2027

This week’s encore episode features Denver-based, internationally renowned, multi-instrumental and vocal ensemble DeVotchKa. Also joining us is talented, up-and-coming folk rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Kyle Emerson. Plus, our award story focuses on a woman who’s found a way to help both senior citizens and young children interact, resulting in healthier, happier lives for all. Watch more →

The Mountain Goats / Joe Sampson / Interview: Andrea Rudnik (Team Brownsville)
06/24/2020 - 06/30/2020 | 2026

Joining us musically for this encore broadcast and their eTown debut is the beloved indie-folk duo known as The Mountain Goats. In addition, talented singer-songwriter Joe Sampson, whose intimate, emotive songs have led to collaborations with Nathaniel Rateliff and others, comes for his first visit to eTown, as well. Plus, we’ll share an inspiring conversation more →

Aoife O’Donovan / Che Apalache / Interview: Bea Johnson (Zero Waste Home)
06/17/2020 - 06/23/2020 | 2025

For part two of a two part show, we’re joined by eTown veteran Aoife O’Donovan of the Grammy Award-winning band “I’m With Her.” Aoife returns to eTown for a very special performance with collaborator Jeremy Kittel, who co-produced and arranged Aoife’s first new studio recording in four years. Aoife and Jeremy are also joined by more →

Aoife O’Donovan / Che Apalache / Award: KC Curberson-Alvarado (Part 1 of 2)
06/10/2020 - 06/10/2020 | 2024

This week, appropriately, we have an especially international eTown show, one in which the performances and conversations were all so strong that we’re presenting it in two parts. Irish-American singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan of the Grammy Award-winning band “I’m With Her” returns to eTown, sharing pieces from her latest collaboration with Jeremy Kittel, who co-produced and more →

Jonathan Wilson / Steve Earle / Award: Samir Lakhani (Eco-Soap Bank)
06/03/2020 - 06/09/2020 | 2023

Both of our artists in this week’s re-airing are prolific in their own right. Joining us for the first time is psychedelic folk-rock songwriter and producer Jonathan Wilson. He’s an amazing musician in his own right (besides touring on his own, he spent two years on the road as part of Roger Waters’ touring band), more →

UPCOMING EPISODES

Citizen Cope / Anna Tivel / Award: Mark Dibner (Kramden Institute)
07/08/2020 - 07/14/2020 | 2028

Joining us for this week’s popular re-airing is singer/songwriter extraordinaire Citizen Cope known for his unique and exquisite fusion of blues, soul, and hip-hop. We also welcome Portland-based singer/songwriter Anna Tivel, who is widely recognized for her lyrics-driven folk and Americana style. Plus, Nick talks with this week’s eChievement Award winner, who saves discarded computers more →

eTown at Red Rocks: Part One
07/15/2020 - 07/21/2020 | 2029

This week’s show is a special “eTown at Red Rocks” episode, as we return to the legendary Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre for part one of a two part series. Tune in for an hour of amazing music and interesting conversation, coming to you from one of the most beautiful natural music venues on the more →

eTown at Red Rocks: Part Two
07/22/2020 - 07/28/2020 | 2030

This week’s show is a special “eTown at Red Rocks” episode, as we return to the legendary Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre for part two of a two part series. Tune in for an hour of amazing music and interesting conversation, coming to you from one of the most beautiful natural music venues on the more →

Justin Townes Earle / Emily Gimble / Interview: Jane Zelikova (500 Women Scientists)
07/29/2020 - 08/04/2020 | 2031

This week’s eTown encore program showcases the famously raw and wonderful singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, performing some of his original songs from his latest album. We also welcome third-generation Texas musician Emily Gimble, a talented young pianist, vocalist, and songwriter who shares her own special brand of songs along with stories of growing up in more →