The Steep Canyon Rangers is a five member traditional bluegrass band out of North Carolina that sings the stories of Applachia. Charles Humphrey does bass and harmony vocals to the group. Don Merrill had the chance to talk with him about the harmonies, investing in community and the legacy of the music from Bill Monroe to Steve Martin.
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Interview with "The Kill Hole" Director, Mischa Webley!
TONIGHT, join Paula the Small as she welcomes Portland-born film director and writer, Mischa Webley to discuss his debut feature-length film The Kill Hole. After the interview, she will share music from around the globe, so you can get ready for the pre-weekend party!
Tune in Turn on brings you Michael O'Rourke and Dave Elliott
This is the third episode in a monthly series that will run throughout the year 2013 – KBOO’s 45th anniversary year. Tuesday, March 26th we’ll hear from former programmer Michael O’Rourke and Dave Elliott, one of the current programmers of Music From the True Vine, bringing you the best in Blue Grass Music for over four decades.
Tune in this Saturday for a great couple hours of Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers and more. I'll start things off by featuring an amazing segemnt from 10.18.72 at the Fox Theater in St.Louis. Read about that show here.
Then we'll turn to the recent Allman Brothers run at the Beacon Theater in New York. They opened things up to honor Jimi Hendrix and his 70th birthday by playing 1983(A Merman I Should Turn To Be) > Mountain Jam > 1983 > Mountain Jam.