Gregory Alan Isakov / Nathaniel Rateliff03/24/15
Nationally renowned, Colorado-based singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov brings his lyrical storytelling and masterful musicianship to the eTown stage. Paste magazine has described Isakov’s music as “quietly lush, deeply vibrant…more rooted in the...
Strand of Oaks / Chuck Prophet
eTown rocks out this week with friends old and new: Our longtime pal Chuck Prophet brings his one of a kind voice and exceptional songwriting. And our new friend, singer/songwriter and guitarist extraordinaire Timothy Showalter (who performs under the...
Laura Marling / Phosphorescent
This week,Laura Marlingjoins us all the way from Hampshire, England. Rolling Stone magazine compared this award-winning British singer/ songwriter and guitarist to iconic folk artist Joni Mitchell. Also with us: Innovative indie-folk singer and...
David Bromberg / Wanda Jackson
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist David Bromberg joins us this show with his quirky, humorous lyrics and versatile variety of bluegrass, blues, country and western, jazz and rock and roll.Also with us: the Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda...
Big Head Todd and the Monsters / Jesca Hoop
eTown heads to Fort Collins Colorado this week to welcome back rock-blues band Big Head Todd and the Monsters: In the three decades since they first hit the music scene in Colorado,they have continued climbing the ladder of international success in...
Justin Townes Earle / Sam Baker
This week, Nashville-based singer/songwriter (and son of country-rock legend Steve Earle)Justin Townes Earleshares his hybrid style combining folk, country & western and rockabilly. Folk/country singer, songwriter and musician Sam Baker is with us as...
Lucy Rose / Big Al Anderson
Hailed by Vogue magazine as “one of indie music’s breakout stars,” indie/folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalistLucy Rosejoins us all the way from Warwickshire, England. The legendary Big Al Andersonis also with us this show: Known for his...
Pokey Lafarge and the South City Three / Shovels and Rope
This week, hosts Nick and Helen Forster welcome two world-class Americana groups to eTown. Guitar-plucking troubadour Pokey LaFarge and his band, the South City Three share the sounds of America’s past in a way that makes it almost impossible to...
The Lumineers / Zoe Keating
Hosts Nick and Helen Forster head to one of the best (and most stunning) outdoor music venues on the planet, Red Rocks, for a great live musical performance and intimate “behind-the-scenes” interview with popular folk/rock band The Lumineers. Cellist...
The Devil Makes Three / Parker Millsap
California-based trioThe Devil Makes Threebrings an eclectic blend of bluegrass, old-time music, country, folk, blues, jazz, ragtime and rockabilly to the eTown stage. Plus, twenty-year-old singer/songwriterParker Millsapjoins us with his dynamic,...
Bruce Cockburn / Kat Edmonson
This week, legendary singer, songwriter and folk/rock guitaristBruce Cockburnreturns to eTown for his eighth visit in two decades.With a career spanning more than 40 years, Cockburn’s prolific musicianship has varied with styles ranging from folk to...
Leon Russell / Caitlin Rose
eTown welcomes distinguished rhythm-and-blues musician Leon Russell: Widely considered one of the most accomplished and versatile musicians in the history of rock ‘n roll, Leon shares some of his famous hits and classics along with stories of his many...
Band Of Horses / Colin Hay
This week on the show we’ve got Americana favourites Band of Horses. It’s not very often that the band plays stripped down sets such as this and it was a real treat to watch and listen. Also with us this show is Australian musician and actorColin Hay,...
Shakey Graves / Heather Maloney
Singer/songwriter Alejandro Rose-Garcia, performing under the moniker “Shakey Graves,” shares a soundPitchforkmagazine describes as “a gnarly composite of blues and folk as a one-man-band of epic sonic proportions.”We’re also joined by talented folk...
Frightened Rabbit / Nataly Dawn
Scottish indie-rock bandFrightened Rabbit joins us with a bold set of intimate and complex songs. California-based singer and songwriter Nataly Dawn is also with us this show: What began as a YouTube sensation quickly went viral, and Dawn joins us...
Joe Pug / Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer
In this encore broadcast, eTown hosts Nick & Helen Forster welcome Chicago singer/ songwriter Joe Pug: Joe’s songs offer an updated version of the country-folk archetypes that Bob Dylan and John Prine made famous. Also joining us is singer/songwriter...
Rising Appalachia / Sean Hayes
Sisters Leah and Chloe Smith of Rising Appalachia incorporate everything from simple harmonics with banjos and fiddles, to a wide variety of drums, kalimbas, beatbox, djembe, baliphone, congas, didgeridoo, tablas, spoons and washboard creating a full...
Steve Earle and The Dukes / Joe Purdy
In this back-by-popular-demand broadcast, legendary singer, songwriter, actor and author Steve Earle returns to eTown this show to rock out with his band The Dukes. Also with us: folk singer and songwriter Joe Purdy shares some of his heartfelt and...
Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn / Foy Vance
Widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most innovative and technically proficient banjo players, Bela Fleck and his wife, clawhammer banjo player and singer Abigail Washburn, join us as husband-and-wife musical collaborators. Northern Ireland based...
The Deadly Gentlemen / Danny Barnes
Boston-based string band The Deadly Gentlemen share their modern approach to acoustic music with a sound that incorporates pop, punk, rock, spoken word and rap elements. Banjo virtuoso, guitarist, singer and composer Danny Barnes is also back with us:...
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