Folk Espresso

Folk Espresso, early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

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Folk Espresso on 07/28/14

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Mon, 07/28/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 07/21/14

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Mon, 07/21/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 07/14/14

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Mon, 07/14/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 07/07/14

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Mon, 07/07/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/30/14

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Mon, 06/30/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/23/14

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Mon, 06/23/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/16/14

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Mon, 06/16/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/09/14

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Mon, 06/09/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/02/14

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Mon, 06/02/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/26/14

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Mon, 05/26/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Playlists

Folk Espresso playlist for 11/28/2011

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11/28/2011
ArtistTitleAlbum
Woody MoranWalking on a Saturday NightGoing Somewhere?
DonnaLynnLookin' for a MiracleButterfly Effect
John Roy ZatCrazy GlueSolo
Andina and RichCaffeineTwo Guitars, A Dulcimer and An Attitude
Laura GoldenNow That I'm HomeDemo CD
Kwame CopelandBack to YouSimple Things
ZachManifestDemo CD
Vicki and Joe PriceSecond BestA Brand New Place
Larry MuranteMore Than He KnowsPoint of Entry
Berkley HartShe's So BeautifulLas Vegas
Colleen RaneyI Know My LoveLark
Jere CanoteTurtle's DreamUke Life
Dave MorrisonBack to ZeroShout at the Moon
The LovebirdsRing Around the RosesDemo CD
Pancake BreakfastGood Morning LadiesThe 3 EP Collection
Dan FrechetteWhere the Water Tastes Like WineLucky Day
Danny BarnesPopcorn and WineDirt on the Angel
SpringhouseI Saw Her TattooColville
Dan WeberHank and JesusSelf-Titled CD

Dear Listeners,

It is a joy to bring you all this fresh music this morning.  Much of what I'm playing comes from new releases from West Coast artists--all wonderful musicians who participated last month in the Folk Alliance conference in Eugene.  It was a terrific way to be introduced to new voices....and I'm happy to bring all this creativity to you through Folk Espresso.  Stay right here at KBOO--you won't go wrong!

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 11/14/2011

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11/14/2011
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530 AM: Stan RogersThe Wreck of The Athens QueenFogarty's Cove (1977)Fogarty's Cove Music
The DecemberistsThe Mariners Revenge SongLive at the 930 Club in Washington DC (2005)Download from All Songs Considered
545 AM: Gordon LightfootGhosts of Cape HornDream Street Rose (1980)Warner Bros
Laurie LewisThe LighthouseThe Oak and the Laurel (1995)Rounder
The WaifsLighthouseA Brief History...(2005)Jarrah Records
600 AM: Paul SiebelThe Legend of the Captains DaughterJack-Knife Gypsy (1994 re-issue of 1971 LP)Line (original LP on Elektra)
SpinnakerCaptain Jack and the MermaidOne Fine Day (2002)Spinnakerband
Lee MurdockThe Mermaid of OntarioLost Lake Sailors (2000)Depot Records
615 AM: Harvey Reid and Joyce AndersonWreck of the IsidoreThe Great Sad River (2001)Woodpecker Records
William Pint & Felicia DaleWreck of the Lady WashingtonHearts of Gold (1994)Waterbug Records
Shanghaied on the WillametteSteamboatin' JamiesonsTwo-Man Crew (2004)SOW
635 AM: George HarrisonPirate SongRutland Weekend TV Appearance ca 1971Youtube video
Jonathan LayWhen Carissa Came AshoreWhen Carissa Came Ashore (single- 1999)Jonathan Lay
645 AM: Gordon LightfootWreck of the Edmund FitzgeraldSummertime Dream (1976)Reprise
Stan RogersThe Mary Ellen CarterHome in Halifax (1992)Fogarty's Cove Music
658 AM: Background of back announcements: The EligiblesThe Ballad of Gilligan's IsleTV Land Presents: Favorite TV Theme Songs (2002)Rhino

Folk Espresso Special: Annual Gales of November Show

Traditional and Contemporary Folk music to start your day, and your week, with a smile

Hosts: Jack, and Jonathan and Gordy (aka Shanghaied on the Willamette)

Our annual gala of songs about shipwrecks, lighthouses, mermaids, pirates, and general nautical mayhem (in a fun way)

 

Folk Espresso playlist for 10/31/2011

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10/31/2011
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Dave Matthews and Tim ReynoldsGravediggerLive at Radio CityRCA Records
Dawn LandesDig Me a HoleFireproofCooking Vinyl
Mary FlowerDevil's PunchbowlMisery Loves CompanyYellow Dog Records
Boris McCutcheon and the SaltlicksThe Wicked ThingsBad Road, Good PeopleFrogville Records
Billy Bragg and WilcoHoodoo VoodooMermaid AvenueElektra/Warner
Tom WaitsHouse Where Nobody LivesMule VariationsAnti
Chris CottonDying Crapshooter's BluesI Watched the Devil DieYellow Dog Records
The Wailin' JennysThe Devil's Paintbrush RoadFirecrackerRed House Records
Martin SimpsonThe Devil's PartialityRighteousness & HumidityRed House Records
Steppin' In ItThe Ghost of Richard ManuelSimple Tunes for Troubled TimesEarthwork Music
Jay Cobb AndersonYou're Just a GhostI'm a Rambler I'm a FoolSelf-Produced
Harry ManxWalking Ghost BluesBread and BuddhaDog My Cat Records
SpringhouseThree Crow TownColvilleSelf-Produced
Carl SolomonThose Two CrowsOld FriendSelf-Produced
Midway FairThe CockcrowThe Distance of the Moon at DaybreakSelf-Produced
Steve CheseboroughOld DevilHam Hocks & GravySelf-Produced
Gideon FreudmannAbra CadaverAdobe Dog HouseGadfly Records
Hotpoint StringbandGhoulardi's ReelThe Road to BurhaniaMake'em Go Wooo Productions
Fleet FoxesBlue Spotted TailHelplessness BluesSub Pop Records
Leo KottkeThe Sailor's Grave on the Prairie6- and 12-String GuitarTakoma Records
FruitionScared to PlaySelf-TitledSelf-Produced

Dear Listeners,

Happy Halloween!  I hope you enjoyed this morning's show--one which touched on themes of graves, haunted houses, wicked things, devils, cadavers, crows, dying crapshooters, voodoo, ghouls, and ghosts.  Who'd've thunk there was so much ghastly music out there...

Where else on Earth are you gonna get such apropos music first thing this fine morning?  Remember, this is YOUR radio station--if you're a KBOO member, that is.  And if your name doesn't find itself on our membership rolls, uh, change that...

Warmly,

Diane

 

Folk Espresso playlist for 10/24/2011

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10/24/2011
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Nancy K DillonGlory DaysRoses Guide to Time TravelRose Rock Records
Larry MurantePoint of EntryPoint of EntryWeeping Wood Music
Deborah CrooksSunday Best2010Bird in the Tree Music
Merlin SniderInsomniaRight HereBarking Dog Music
Beth WoodBackroadsThe Weather InsideBlue Rock Artists
MokaiHayes Street BluesAny Distraction'll DoMokai
Aireene EspirituWestbound BrideGoodnight Aireene GoodnightSelf-Released
Dan WeberHank and JesusSelf-TitledSelf-Released
Disappear FearChangesGet Your PhilDisappear Records
Phil PaigeIt Is What It IsSimple ThingsPhil Paige
Berkley HartElvis EinsteinWreck 'N SowBerkley Hart
The LovebirdsLife Is So GoodSelf-TitledSelf-Released
Dave MorrisonPuppet TownShout at the MoonTrough Records
Bev Barnett & Greg NewlonPrayerLove Can Change the WorldTrueWind Music
Legends of the Celtic Harp[title not available][demo CD]Self-Released
Steve CheseboroughLittle Ole Wine Drinker MeFetch It!Chezz-Tone Records
Angelo M.Every Kind of BluesSteelworkSelf-Released - Angelo Melasecca
SpringhouseI Saw Her TattooColvilleSelf-Released
Ben BullingtonBorn in 55White Sulphur SpringsSelf-Released
Laurie LewisBurley Coulter's Song for Kate Helen BranchBlossomsSpruce and Maple Music
John Roy ZatThinking About YouSoloFlyin' Bayou Publishing

Dear Listeners,

What a total absolute treat for you this morning--all this great new music from all these wonderful and wondrous and talented and creative musicians--all gathered at the Folk Alliance conference this past weekend in Eugene.

I become more and more aware of this everyday:  that music can change and heal this troubled world.  Support the musicians who work long and hard towards this goal.  Go see them live, buy their CDs, tell your friends about them, and tell the musicians themselves that you appreciate their music.  That's an order.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 10/03/2011

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10/03/2011
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BeausoleilSur le Pont de LyonCajun Conja
David Hidalgo and Louie PerezDon't You KnowThe Long Goodbye
The SubdudesFaraway GirlPrimitive Streak
Martin SimpsonDeliaSmoke & Mirrors
Chris KokeshPlanting a Garden in OctoberOctober Valentine
Peter MulveyShirtKitchen Radio
Greg BrownLet the Mystery BeFreak Flag
Lucinda WilliamsWordsWest
The Shinkle BandCalifornia StarsSelf-Titled
Reina G. CollinsWay Over Yonder in the Minor KeyKitchen Sink
David Bromberg with Levon HelmBring It With You When You ComeUse Me
Blvd. ParkDaysPark Here No Parking
Mollie O'Brien and Rich MooreKeep It CleanSaints and Sinners
Steve CheseboroughHear Me Talking to YouFetch It!
Betsy Branch and Mark DouglassMiss Monahan's / Sally Gardens / High ReelPicassiette
Lauren SheehanHoney Baby BluesRose City Ramble
Harry Manx and Kevin BreitI'm On FireIn Good We Trust
Bill Evans and Megan LynchI Was Just ThinkingLet's Do Something...
Alison RiceWishing WellWagon Wheel Rut
Robert Earl KeenI Gotta GoReady for Confetti

Dear Listeners,

As always, I'm tickled pink that you're upanatem this morning and listening in.  You ARE listening in, AREN'T you??  Well, either way, this morning's gig has been a fun one.  Mom is still in town visiting me all the way from Virginia and has been a real trooper going here, there, and everywhere with me.  (Actually, she has a ton of energy, so I guess I'M the real trooper keepin' up with her!)  We both hope you are enjoying the show we put together for you...and that you keep it right here at KBOO...

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 09/26/2011

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09/26/2011
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Kris DelmhorstMagicCars
Slaid CleavesKey ChainBroke Down
Ry CooderI Think It's Going to Work Out FineBop Till You Drop
Mollie O'Brien and Rich MooreLonely for a WhileSaints and Sinners
Jon and RoyGiddy UpHomes
The Hot Club of CowtownStar DustThe Best of the Hot Club of Cowtown
Back Porch RevivalAll of the TimePorch Torch
Lauren SheehanIn the Wee Midnight HoursRose City Ramble
Asylum Street SpankersBrazilSpanks for the Memories
Jim KweskinExactly Like YouEnjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)
FruitionLloyd's SongSelf-Titled CD
Joy Kills SorrowReservationsThis Unknown Science
David Bromberg with Tim O'BrienBlue Is Fallin'Use Me
Kris KristoffersonMe and Bobby McGeeThe Essential Kris Kristofferson
John StandeferI'll See You in My DreamsTicket Home
Robert Earl KeenPaint the Town BeigeReady for Confetti
Johnny EdsonI Know BluesMore Than Friends
Mary FlowerGoin' to Sit Down on the Banks of the RiverMisery Loves Company
Blvd. ParkFour Flat TiresIn the Parlor
Joni LaurenceBreathingTrashbag Birdie
Kris KristoffersonFor the Good TimesThe Essential Kris Kristofferson

Dear Listeners,

So good to have you along this morning....and to have my mom along, too!  She's visiting from Virginia, so I set her alarm clock for oh-dark-thirty and brought her with me to the studio.  She's a natural, isn't she?!?!

We'll be back next Monday....and I hope you will be back, too.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 09/05/2011

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09/05/2011
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Mary McCaslinOld FriendsThe Best of Mary McCaslin
Loudon Wainwright IIIWestchester CountyCareer Moves
Wild AsparagusRhinocerus for SueCall of the Wild
Dawn LandesI Don't Need No ManFireproof
Jay Cobb AndersonCheersI'm A Rambler I'm a Fool
Martha ScanlanSeeds of the PineThe West Was Burning
Fleet FoxesMontezumaHelplessness Blues
Johnny EdsonShe Works DaysFavorites
Martin SimpsonPaydayRighteousness & Humidity
Mike and RuthyBe the BossMillion to One
Pancake BreakfastHoot Hot Damn! I Got A Job of WorkSelf-Titled
The Stagger & SwaySam Bond's GarageBreak Til You Bend
Billy Bragg & WilcoWay Over Yonder in the Minor KeyMermaid Avenue
Lou and Peter BerrymanBlank BlankerThe Universe: 14 Examples
The Bee EatersThe Tree ClimberSelf-Titled
Harry Manx and Kevin BreitTake This HammerJubilee
Mary FlowerHard Day BluesMisery Loves Company
Ali MarcusRecession BluesThe Great Migration
Jane Keefer & Truman PriceHard TimesSongs and Tunes of the Oregon Trail
Haris Blackwood75 SeptembersFalling Up
Suzzy and Maggie RocheFor Those Whose Work Is InvisibleWhy the Long Face

Dear Listeners,

So glad to have you along on this gorgeous last-day-of-summer morning....especially since a ten days of gorgeous summer weather is still in store for us this week into next.  I had a little fun finding some work-related songs for you on this Labor Day:  the cute Blank Blanker, the punchy Hoot Hot Damn - I Got a Job of Work, and the pretty one from Suzzy and Maggy Roche called For Those Whose Work Is Invisible.  Have a great Labor Day, my friends...

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 08/22/2011

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08/22/2011
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The Macrae SistersTennessee Mt. FoxchaseOld Sledge
Laura Smith and Steve PalazzoSouthern MoonLike Strangers
Foghorn StringbandLost GirlWeiser Sunrise
Leo KottkeThe Tennessee Toad6- and 12-String Guitar
Dawn LandesRomeoSweetheart Rodeo
Creighton LindsayI'm A Married ManRound by Round
Laura VeirsWhen You Give Your HeartJuly Flame
Steve CheseboroughYour Biscuits Are Big Enough For MeHam Hocks & Gravy
Patty GriffinWade in the WaterDowntown Church
Martin SextonWild AngelsSeeds
Katy MoffattAngel TownAngel Town
Lincoln's BeardCan't You SeeBrothers Grace
Greg BrownThe Way My Baby Calls My NameIn the Hills of California
Carolina Chocolate DropsCornbread and ButterbeansGenuine Negro Jig
Lucy Wainwright RocheWild Mountain Thyme8 Songs
KGBA Field of Shooting StarsThe Red Light of Evening
William Lee EllisKing of the MountainConqueroo
Mary FlowerJittersMisery Loves Company
The Hot Club of CowtownParadise With YouGhost Train
Mike and RuthyAll the TimeThe Honeymoon Agenda
Miles DavisSummertimePorgy and Bess
Doug SmithCan't Help Falling in LoveGuitar Parts
The Macrae SistersGet Up in the CoolOld Sledge

Dear Listeners,

I hope you enjoyed this morning's festive music.  Music, that is, that I managed one way or the other to tie in to various and assorted and sundry bizarre holidays.  For example, didja know that August is "Romance Awareness Month?"  So I just had to play "Romeo" by Dawn Landes and "Your Biscuits Are Big Enough For Me" by Steve Cheseborough.  Nuthin' like a little romance to start your Monday...

It's also "Be An Angel Day."  Thus the selections from Martin Sexton--"Wild Angels"--and from Katy Moffatt--"Angel Town."

And I couldn't resist "A Field of Shooting Stars" recalling last week's meteor shower.

Keep your dial at KBOO and keep in touch with all that is important...

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 08/01/2011

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Tony LuccaSome Other TimeRendezvous with the Angels
Chris KokeshRisk My HeartOctober Valentine
Garnet RogersSummer LightningAll That Is
The ButterboysAdam and EveBlues in a Bottle
Patrick McGinley18 SummersRecorded Life
Leo KottkeWatermelon6- and 12-String Guitar
Hart-RougeRomantic PromenadeNouvelle-France
Bill MorrisseyAs Long As the SunYou'll Never Get to Heaven
Bill MorrisseyBarstowThe Essential Collection
Bill MorrisseyCar and DriverStanding Eight
Lincoln's BeardLonely EyesBrothers Grace
Mumford & SonsTimshelSigh No More
Patti CaseyYou Are the RiverThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Dawn LandesMoney in the BankSweetheart Rodeo
Laura VeirsSun Is KingJuly Flame
Danny BarnesOoh La LaDirt on the Angel
Mike and RuthyOn the RoadMillion to One
Bill MorrisseyHarry's Last CallSomething I Saw or Thought I Saw
Bill MorrisseyShe's That Kind of MysteryStanding Eight
Bill MorrisseyLetter from HeavenThe Essential Collection
Fleet FoxesSim Sala BimHelplessness Blues
Alasdair Fraser and Natalie HaasValley of the Moon ReelIn the Moment

Dear Listeners,

How sad to learn last week that Bill Morrissey passed away.  He was only 59.  Heart trouble.  Died at his hotel while on a concert tour in Georgia.  His songs were so rich:  colorful stories, insightful vignettes of rough life, and humor galore.  I have always enjoyed spinning his songs on my show and am honored to offer a small tribute to Mr. Morrissey this morning.  May he rest in peace.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 07/25/2011

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Laura VeirsJuly FlameJuly Flame
Nick JainaStrawberry ManFriends & Friends of Friends, Vol. III
Jerry DouglasLittle MarthaLookout for Hope
Lincoln's BeardFortune Be With YouOur American Cousin
Dan KaplanLucky BounceVera Hall
Alison Rice and the WheelHard Luck TaleLove to Go
Dan FrechetteLucky DayLucky Day
FruitionLeaving Home SundaeSelf-Titled
Elephant RevivalGo OnBreak in the Clouds
William Lee EllisWhere Would I GoConqueroo
Tom GranataGo My WayLeft Foot Lightfoot
Misty MamasLong Time GoneWild Rose of the Mountain
Sallie Ford and the Sound OutsideDangerDirty Radio
Loch LomondEgg SongLittle Me Will Start a Storm
Martha ScanlanThe West Was BurningThe West Was Burning
Keola BeamerKu'u HoaIsland Born
The Portland MegabandVarvindar FriskaA Beneficial Tradition
Steve CheseboroughWho Broke the Latch?Fetch It!
Joni LaurenceWal-Mart BluesWith No Apology
Haris BlackwoodChelsea MorningGentle Ride
Jay Cobb AndersonThere's Gotta Be A ReasonI'm a Rambler I'm a Fool
Fleet FoxesHelplessness BluesHelplessness Blues
Mary FlowerBig Bill BluesBridges

Dear Listeners,

Man, do we have some great music in this city.  Not only the local musicians but also all the talented folks who breeze through town, dropping off notes to our appreciative ears.  Be sure to get out there this week, next month, this summer, and all year to hear what these people have to say to you.

See you next Monday...!

Warmly,

Diane

Comments

Regards from Puerto Rico

OK..so I got my Outlook reminder for 9:30am local time and thanks to Diane, I'll be a first time listener today. Look forward to today's program.

Great week to all!

Kind Regards,
Claudio Rivera
Juncos, PR
 

Fruition

let's hear some Fruition! www.myspace.com/fruitionstringband 

re: new music

Hey there - I love this show, can't really get by without it!

I want to just share some music I really think could be included here, if you haven't heard:

Eddi Reader - formerly with Fairground Attraction, legendary Scottish singer whose Songs of Robert Burns changed the way people heard these songs and established her as living treasure in Scotland. Her new album Love is the Way is gaining raves in the UK. Myspace.com/eddireader - you can hear some samples.

Kate Rusby - probably Britain's most important young folk singer - Awkward Annie is her most recent album and astonishing since she writes most of the material herself. Chris Thile and Eddi Reader are both featured artists on the album. www.katerusby.com.

It would be wonderful to see them here in the US, but just getting them on the radio would be a start!

Thanks and keep up the awesome music!

Doug Smith

Hi Diane,

I'm listening to your show and was pleasantly surprised to hear our pal, Doug, doing "Anything Goes". I'll have to tell him he got some airtime when I see him next. Your voice sounds great on the air and your playlist rocks! Keep up the very good work, my friend! Tell the management they need to give you a raise.

;-)

Diane Hunt

This is Randy from Colorado, and I *loved* the show! Quirky mix of music is just right to start my day out right. Diane, when are you going to teach me how to contra dance?

Thank You

Dear Randy,

Yikes! Only today did I see your kind email from September 22 that you left on the KBOO website. I wasn't expecting any "fan mail" here at kboo.fm so I didn't thing to check...until a friend told me about the hundreds, nay, thousands of emails piling up at this website all about my show. Oddly enough, only one (yours) was positive. All the others said something to the effect of "what the *&^!%&# is SHE doing on this venerable radio station!"

That's ok.

I can take it.

So, Mr. Randy, you liked my quirky music? Hope you heard my show yesterday morning (October 27). It, too, was filled with a wide variety of, uh, good stuff. I'm on again on Monday, November 24th. I do hope you'll tune in. I'll play a randy tune, just for you.

I'm pretty big into contradancing, so I have made it my mission to play at least one contra tune each show. Next time you swing through P-Town, I'll give you a lesson. You won't ever be the same again...

Um, is this my friend who goes by the name of Randy in Colorado? You know, the Randy with the beautiful wife and the two red-headed kids? If so, thanks, my friend. If not, you, stranger Randy, have just finaigled yourself into the most elite fan club on Earth...

Warm regards,
Diane Hunt, DJ
Folk Espresso - KBOO
Portland, Oregon

8/18/08 Folk Esspreso show new DJ

I listen to your station ocasionally and enjoy it. I particularily enjoyed this mornings Folk Espresso show and the new DJ Diane Hunt. She is interesting and articulate and did great on her debut!!

give her KUDO's and tell her Contra Dancing Music is fine, fine stuff.

-GR

 

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