Blind Pilot / Mirah / George Basch (Himalayan Stove Project)

eTown welcomes two newcomers to the fold this week for lots of great music and conversation. Indie-folk outfit Blind Pilot makes the trek to eTown’s solar-powered stage from Portland, Oregon to share music from their latest effort, entitled And Then Like Lions. Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Mirah also makes her first stop in eTown. You’ll learn more more →

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Fruition / Baskery / Sophia Watkins (Forest Fund)

eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome up-and-coming, Portland, Oregon-based group Fruition for their first eTown appearance. Fresh off the festival circuit, Fruition is quickly building fans around the country with their unique take on acoustic-driven, high energy music. Also joining us for a first visit is the Swedish alt-Americana group Baskery, three multi-instrumentalist sisters more →

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Dar Williams / Piers Faccini / Emily Stromquist (Food For Hope)

eTown welcomes back long-time friend, singer/songwriter Dar Williams to the stage at eTown Hall to hear her latest musical creations, plus some great conversation with eTown host Nick Forster. English singer/songwriter and painter Piers Faccini also makes a return visit to eTown this week, plus a great eChievement Award story about a Colorado woman who developed a great program to help more →

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The London Souls / Wood & Wire / Thomas Boruff (Leave A Legacy)

In this week’s encore broadcast, eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome two new and upcoming acts to the solar-powered stage at eTown Hall. First up, New York City-based rock duo The London Souls whose musical influences include Buddy Miles and Jimi Hendrix, while infusing their own special sound. This young duo has been playing more →

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Deer Tick / Garland Jeffreys / Kathleen Hower (Global Links)

This week in eTown, the Providence, Rhode Island-based alternative group Deer Tick makes a visit to eTown to share their one-of-a-kind sound that has been bending the ears of rabid fans for more than a decade. Also with us is the legendary, genre-bending American singer-songwriter Garland Jeffreys, who (by his own account) recorded his first more →

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Greensky Bluegrass / Elizabeth Cook / Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

In this week’s back-by-popular-demand airing, eTown welcomes the young (and already widely popular) Greensky Bluegrass to eTown’s solar-powered stage. Since winning the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band in 2006, the band’s career has been on an upward trajectory that is showing no sign of slowing down soon, with headlining slots at some of the country’s most prestigious festivals more →

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Loudon Wainwright III / Heather Maloney / Dan Rountree (Current Problems)

This week, eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome back folk singer, humorist and actor Loudon Wainwright III to hear some of his latest musical creations, as well as excepts from his recent book – Liner Notes. Also joining us for a return visit to eTown’s solar-powered stage is singer/songwriter Heather Maloney. Lots of great music and conversation with more →

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eTown’s Holiday Special

Back by popular demand – This week we delve deep into the eTown archives to pull out some of the best holiday music we’ve heard on the show every year. There’s a little something for everyone under eTown’s musical tree this week to get you into the holiday spirit, whether you’re listening in the car, more →

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eTown on the Road: Lafayette, LA w/ Sonny Landreth & More

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. We will take a deep dive into the producers and artists that were recently a part of the Grammy-nominated recording project produced by more →

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eTown on the Road: Lafayette, LA w/ Rhiannon Giddens & More

It’s a not-to-be-missed ‘On the Road’ broadcast this week as eTown heads down to the Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana for a very special two-part broadcast that delves into the origins and vast musical styles native to the Louisiana area. We will take a deep dive into the producers and artists that more →

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eTown at Red Rocks: Jason Isbell / Amanda Shires

This week it’s another special ‘eTown On The Road’ episode as we return to our favorite home away from home, the beautiful and iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, for an hour of live music with rising stars Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, plus singer/songwriter/violinist Amanda Shires. We’ll hear lots of great music from each artist more →

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Graham Nash / Eliza Gilkyson

It’s a special encore broadcast this week as we welcome back legendary singer/songwriter and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash for an intimate performance and conversation from eTown’s solar-powered stage. Best known for his world-renowned music with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Graham has enjoyed a prolific career as a solo artist as well, and joins more →

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Delbert McClinton / Robert Finley / Chris Pallister (Gulf of Alaska Keeper)

This week in eTown, Grammy Award-winning blues multi-instrumentalist Delbert McClinton returns to the show for the first time in almost 15 years (his last visit was in 2003) to share tunes from his latest release ‘Prick of the Litter’. Also joining us is blues and soul singer/songwriter and guitarist Robert Finley. Hailing from Louisiana, Finley mixes a more →

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Willie Nelson / Kacey Musgraves

It’s a special encore broadcast this week as we revisit our special ‘eTown on the Road’ show at Denver’s Fiddlers Green Amphitheater with legendary outlaw country artist Willie Nelson. We’ll hear lots of great music from Willie, plus a candid conversation with eTown host Nick Forster direct from Willie’s tour bus. Also on the show is more →

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Sara Watkins / Penny & Sparrow / Bren Smith (Thimble Island Ocean Farm)

eTown welcomes back singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sara Watkins. Sara joined us several years ago as part of the widely popular progressive bluegrass group, Nickel Creek, but this week marks her fist performance on the show as a solo artist. Also with us is the Alabama-based musical duo Penny & Sparrow who make their first appearance more →

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Andrew Bird / Leif Vollebekk / Tom Chappell (Tom’s of Maine)

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 →

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honeyhoney / Margaret Glaspy / Bill Ritter (America’s Energy Revolution)

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 →

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Bob Weir / John Fullbright (Pt. 2)

Be sure to tune in to eTown this week for part two of our special two-part pod/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 →

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Bob Weir / John Fullbright (Pt. 1)

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 →

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Jack Johnson / The Weather Station / Jeff Orlowski (Chasing Coral)

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 →

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Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives / Cassandra Jenkins / Michael Kodas (Author of “Megafire”)

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 →

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Oh Pep! / Jon McLaughlin

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 →

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Thurston Moore / Greyhounds

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 →

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Chicano Batman / BettySoo

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 →

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José González / Mandolin Orange

In this back-by-popular-demand airing, eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome Swedish indie folk artist José González and his band for a first visit to eTown. Also with us is North Carolina-based musical duo Mandolin Orange. It’s a musical combination like no other this week, plus a great eChievement Award story about a woman who is keeping office more →

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Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys / My Bubba

In this week’s encore broadcast/podcast, eclectic Americana multi-instrumentalists Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys make their first visit to eTown’s solar-powered stage to share their forward-looking take on American roots music. Also joining us for the first time is Swedish/Icelandic female folk duo My Bubba who share their sparse and beautiful music, as well as stories more →

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Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors / Tift Merritt

eTown hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome back singer/songwriter Drew Holcomb and his band – The Neighbors – to eTown’s solar-powered musical clubhouse this week. We’ll check in to hear some of Drew’s latest musical creations, and get an update on his musical story. Americana singer/songwriter and eTown veteran Tift Merritt also makes a return more →

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