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Jonah Tolchin
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recorded on June 25, 2014

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Friday August 22, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Sarah Mclachlan

Sarah Mclachlan is back with live performances from her new album Shine On
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Saturday August 23, 2014

Etown 7:00 am
William Fitzsimmons / Gungor

indie-folk singer and songwriter William Fitzsimmons? sound has been described by the Wall Street Journal as ?lovely and intimate.? Fitzsimmons has also earned recognition from Rolling Stone, Billboard, Paste and Performing Songwriter Magazine, and is widely recognized for songs featured in the popular TV series Grey?s Anatomy. Our other visiting artist this week is Grammy-nominated experimental post-rock/folk singer and songwriter Gungor, and our E-Chievement Award story features a man bringing medical care and literacy to third world countries
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Linda Thompson, Keith Moon & Jackie deShannon

Linda Thompson, Keith Moon and Jackie DeShannon's birth dates will be acknowledged as well as the anniversary of our namesake's H61 Revisited LP being released
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Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott / Sarah Jarosz

Old Man Luedecke, the Deadly Gentlemen and ETSU Old Time Pride Band also perform
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Music City Roots 4:00 pm
Night Train To Nashville

It?s impossible to imagine ? even for the historians and curators who researched the Night Train To Nashville exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum ? the accumulated experience of the artists who graced our stage Wednesday night. Between them were hundreds and hundreds of life years full of roads, crowds, hotels, shacks, joints, clubs, drinks, dalliances, disappointments and delights. We basked in the company and the artistry of more than a dozen senior performers whose lives could each be a novel, full of muscles and scars, families and friendships, ecstasy and discrimination. The show, thank heaven, didn?t lapse into that stilted terrain of a ?tribute? to something passing away. It was as vital a display of artistry as we?ve ever seen. It provoked standing ovations more efficiently than Kim Jong-un?s dreams. It overflowed its schedule and spawned its own unexpected encore, when soul classic ?Sunny? segued into a jubilant cover of new pop/R&B hit ?Happy.? The blues were banished. Our room had no roof. Our night of Night Train, ambitious and long in the planning, was even bigger and more fulfilling than we?d hoped. This collaboration with the Country Music Hall of Fame proved rewarding and entertaining. The artists include Robert Knight singing "Everlasting Love," Clifford Curry, Charles Walker, Jimmy Church, Marion James. Among the best were sets by the McCrary Sisters and The Fairfield Four.
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Sunday August 24, 2014

Tent Show Radio 6:00 am
Live from the Stoughon, WI

featuring special musical guest Barbara Jean
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Art Of The Song 7:00 am
Bill Morrissey

this week on Art of the Song we revisit a 2005 interview with the late Bill Morrissey. John and I were visiting Tamworth, New Hampshire, coincidentally on the third anniversary of Bill?s passing. Since we were staying about a mile from his gravesite we decided to visit. Then the next evening we went to hear Cormac McCarthy, a friend and former music partner of Bill?s. There, we had the pleasure of meeting Bill?s mother and brother, who had come to remember Bill. Today, we?re pleased to honor the legacy of Bill Morrissey. In the second half of the show we?ll hear from Mark Erelli with his tribute to Bill Morrissey, Milltowns, for the Standing ?O? Spotligh
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American Routes 12:00 pm
Dr. Lonnie Smith & Terrance Simien: Keys and Squeeze

from the heart of French Louisiana to the streets of New York, American Routes is mixing it up this week with two giants of their genres. We visit with jazz great Dr. Lonnie Smith, whose mastery of the music is synonymous with his ever-present Hammond B3 organ. We drop down deep in the pocket with Lonnie, and get keyed in to the past and present of soul and jazz. And out on the Cajun and Creole prairies we drop in on zydeco accordionist and Grammy award winner Terrance Simien. Plus jazz, blues and country tunes from keyboard masters of all kinds
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Commonwealth Journal 7:00 pm
Tracey B. Wilson

Heal This Way is a book by Tracey B. Wilson, official photographer for Lady Gaga fans, hosted by Rachel Rubin
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Tuesday August 26, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten performs live with songs from her lush and deeply personal new record, Are We There
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Wednesday August 27, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Black Keys

the Black Keys return with Turn Blue, their highly anticipated eighth studio album
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