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HootenannyPower:
Folk, Roots, World and Acoustic
Music in Baton Rouge
and South Central Louisiana
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Welcome Back To The Hootenanny Power Pages, Folk and Roots Music Playlist, and Coming Events in Baton Rouge and surrounding areas.  The Hootenanny Power radio show, since 1981 on WRKF  Public Radio Baton Rouge.  The live audio stream may be heard via computer, Saturday nights, 9 pm to midnight central time, at www.wrkf.org, or on the airwaves at 89.3

Hootenanny Power Live Streaming Only!  Broadcast regulations and licensing make podcasting or archiving rights for music programs murky murky murky.  Unless and until these matters are cleared up, Hootenanny Power will be live streaming only, 9 pm to midnight central time, Saturday nights http://www.wrkf.org

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Old Feed Store Music series hosted by the Marsolan Feed and Seed Store (316 E Gibson street) in downtown Covington:

April 4   Gina Forsyth
April 11   Last Chance Bluegrass Band 
April 18   Jemini Venture
April 25   Ganey Arsement 
May 2   Driskill Mountain Boys
May 9   Hazel and the Delta Ramblers
May 16   Chris Talley and Friends
May 23   Necessary Gentlemen 
May 30   The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz

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KATHY MATTEA SUNDAY MARCH 29

7 PM

www.manshiptheatre.org 225-344-0334

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THE NIGHTOWLS AT CHELSEA'S CAFE

9 p.m. Friday, April 3
Chelsea’s Cafe, 2857 Perkins Rd.
Cover: $8
wearethenightowls.com

Austin-based band The Nightowls pulls its dancing-in-the-street spirit straight outta Motown, channeling classic R&B sounds while also pushing at the genre’s boundaries, creating a unique neo-soul sound. Igniting stages since 2011, the band has gained loyal fans through weekly residencies including Motown Mondays at Austin’s famed venue the Highball. The group is widening its reach through shows this spring in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth and Corpus Christi.

Led by front man, Ryan Harkrider, the 10-piece ensemble released its first album, Good As Gold, in December 2013. As a follow-up, the Nightowls will release this April its debut recording on vinyl. The band’s original, “Nobody Ever Wants to Leave,” from the EP Good As Gold B-Sides (September 2014), was recently commissioned by the Austin Convention and Visitor’s Bureau as the city’s official theme song.

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CAROL FRAN AND MAJOR HANDY AT PHIL BRADY'S SAT. APRIL 6, 2015

The Matriarch Diva of Louisiana R&B with a Zydeco Prince.. first set 8:30 pm

This is a non smoking show

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STEVE EARLE AND THE DUKES AT THE MANSHIP MAY 14 2015

with special guest The Mastersons

www.manshiptheatre.org

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JUNIOR BROWN AT THE MANSHIP JUNE 25 2015

www.manshiptheatre.org

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BOZ SCAGGS LIVE IN CONCERT

AT THE BATON ROUGE RIVER CENTER THEATER

ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH

http://www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/221691/736052

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MARCIA BALL FOR EARTH DAY

Marcia Ball will be performing at the Louisiana Earth Day in downtown Baton Rouge on April 19th.

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RADIO NEWS: Online radio listening jumped by one-third in 2014.

Listening to online radio grew by roughly one-third in 2014, as tuning to both broadcast radio streams and online pureplays became more of a regular habit for more Americans. It's mobile listening, not desktop, that's behind the increase. -- www.insideradio.com

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SOUTHEAST REGIONAL FOLK ALLIANCE

Registration and Showcase Applications are now OPEN at www.serfa.org.
http://www.serfa.org

Please read the Presidents Corner blog for quick details on changes for
2015.
http://www.serfa.org/presidents-blog/

And stay tuned for announcements on programming and special happenings!

SPREAD THE WORD!
SERFA
South East Regional Folk Alliance
May 13-17, 2015
Montreat Conference Center
Montreat, NC

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RED DRAGON LISTENING ROOM:

News from the Red Dragon: contact cmaxwell@premier.net

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4/3/2015 - Jonathan Byrd    

 4/11/2015 - Chuck Pyle

4/14/2015 - David Lindley

4/15/2015 - David Lindley

4/17/2015 - Peter Rowan

4/24/2015 - C.J. Solar & Brent Anderson

4/25/2015 - Third Street Songwriters Fest @ The Manship

4/30/2015 - Randall Bramblett

5/9/2015 - Steve Conn

5/15/2015 - Chuck Brodsky

6/6/2015 - John Craigie

7/11/2015 - Chris Knight

8/21/2015 - Slaid Cleaves (tentative)

9/11/2015 - Redd Volkaert Band

9/18/2015 - Hardin Burns

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Red Dragon TheWebsite: www.reddragonlr.com

April will be our biggest month EVER at the Red Dragon Listening Room. We will be busy throughout the month hosting more shows than any month in Dragon history. Check em out and drop me a note to reserve for a few. We will return to our normal number of shows in May......April was just an odd month where every offer I made somehow came through!

Fri, April 3     JONATHAN BYRD

Jonathan Byrd at the Red Dragon on Fri, April 3. Clay Parker opens the show. Drop me a note to reserve seating.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvbKeOYBLtY

Sat, April 11     CHUCK PYLE

Chuck Pyle returns to the Red Dragon on Sat, April 11. Kerry Grombacher will open the show. Drop me a note to reserve seating.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GaMBE7XEEo

Tue, April 14 & Wed, April 15     DAVID LINDLEY

Music legend David Lindley visits the Red Dragon on Tue, April 14 AND Wed, April 15. Seats are $50. Eric Schmitt will open the Tues show, Yvette Landry will open on Wed. Drop me a note to reserve seating.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7TVMC4W8yo

Fri, April 17     PETER ROWAN

Bluegrass great Peter Rowan visits the Red Dragon on Fri, April 17. The Fugitive Poets will open the show. Seats are limited and are $50. Drop me a note to reserve.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dlFMKmE7pg

Fri, April 24     CJ SOLAR & BRENT ANDERSON

On Fri, April 24 the Red Dragon will host a pre-festival party featuring CJ Solar and Brent Anderson. The following day is the 3rd Street Songwriters Festival downtown. If you would like to join us at this party, seat donation is $20. Drop me a note to reserve.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgalN-s08m0

Thur, April 30     RANDALL BRAMBLETT

Randall Bramblett returns to the Red Dragon on Thur, April 30. Martin Flanagan will open the show. Drop me a note to reserve seating.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ01WbcL5XY

Chris Knight.....
The grittiest songwriter in all of country music is surely CHRIS KNIGHT. Last year we hosted him at the Manship. He will return this year on Saturday, July 11. 

Carlene Carter....advance notice
Yeah, it is a bit too early to put the tickets on sale. But we have confirmed CARLENE CARTER for our Fri, Nov 13 Manship show. I'll let you know when seats are available. But you can block it out on your calendar now. The black sheep of the CARTER FAMILY is coming to town. And right after her tour with JOHN MELLENCAMP. This is a big deal, y'all. Hey....who wants to sponsor this one? I was so excited I booked it without securing a sponsor first. Let me know.....


Dad, chris m cmaxwell@premier.net

As I keep stressing, we are now a 501 (c) 3 Federal non-profit corporation. Checks are tax deductible and can be made out to LOUISIANA AMERICANA & FOLK SOCIETY and mailed to 8631 Rainwood Ave, Baton Rouge, LA  70810. cmaxwell@premier.net

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BLUEGRASS NEWS:


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Peter Rowan will present in concert at Red Dragon on Friday April 17.  Seating limited.  Reserve at cmaxwell@premier.net
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$50, or $60 for sofa seat (near front)

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Great news,  We have a new "home." 
 
Jessica, the owner and manager of  "Caliente"   Mexican restaurant has invited us to hold the Sunday Jam at her restaurant at 1270 W. Lee Drive.  That is the segment of W. Lee Dr. which lies between Burbank (La. 42) and Nicholson Drive (La. 30),  It is situated on the north side of W. Lee Dr. across from Mike Anderson's restaurant.  There is also an outdoor eating area with a stage for use in nice weather.  (No ducks, turtles or fish except on the menu.) 
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 Check the www.msbga.org/events/eventlist
for major bluegrass events in 2015 within easy driving range.

Baton Rouge Bluegrass Ass'n
(Jonathan Harris, Social Chairman /Janitor)
P O Box 4112, Baton Rouge LA 70821 (Louisiana)
BRbluegrass@aol.com
Tel. (225) 387-1600; Text 225.252.2708
Home of BlueGrass on the Bayou
Louisiana Bluegrass & Olde Tyme Music
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Sun - bluegrass jam at  Caliente 3 - 6 pm
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HARRIS Law Firm - main financial supporter, preparing estate plans and last will and trust documents for the serious bluegrass fan concerned about his family and estate, and the perpetual care of his banjos, mandolins, violins and Martin guitars. Proceeds go to concerts and jams.   HarrisLawFirm@aol.com

Gerard Furniture in BR - generous financial supporter, contributing to bringing in guest performers for Jams.  Show support by visiting the store and mentioning "bluegrass."

Baton Rouge Bluegrass Ass'n
(Jonathan Harris, Social Chairman /Janitor)
P O Box 4112, Baton Rouge LA 70821 (Louisiana)
BRbluegrass@aol.com
Tel. (225) 387-1600

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GINA FORSYTH WORKING AN A NEW CD .. AND YOU CAN HELP!
 
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gina-forsyth-s-new-fiddle-cd

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NEWS FROM TROUBADOUR PATRICK SYLVEST:

.http://www.patricksylvest.com is completely reconfigured and operational!

As 2014 closed, I was surprised on New Years Eve with a note from a friend, Singer Songwriter, Patrick Cooper in New Orleans congratulating me on a nice review in the latest issue of Offbeat Magazine! Imagine my surprise!

Laura DeFazio writes, "Gramercy-born singer/songwriter Patrick Sylvest remains firmly rooted to his beloved home state on his third effort, Lonesome Troubadour.

With an acoustic style that blends classic Americana/roots genres and showcases his impressive finger-picking abilities, he extols Louisiana’s summertime pleasantries (“ice cold beers and warm sunshine”), takes a rollicking joyride through its dance-happy cities (think Tom Rush doing a hokier regional version of “On the Road Again”), and bemoans that “windbag houseguest that just won’t leave” about Hurricane Isaac. The arc of the album begins with the sunny optimism of “Learn to Fly” only to fall to the depths of the grim resignation as “I’ll give you all my heart and soul, ‘til I can’t write another note” wearily concludes the final cut.

The strongest tracks are the ones that incorporate diverse stylistic influences and instrumentation: the propulsive rhythm guitar and piano flourishes of the rockin’ “Louisiana Traveling Jones,” the gospel-style choruses and snappy staccato chords in “Ode to Rans McGaskey” and the spirited trad-jazz number “Have I Told You?,” which features a clarinet and sounds like you’d hear on a night at Fritzel’s.

Sylvest at times conveys a whisper of Gordon Lightfoot at his most wistful, and, given his knack for merging genres, it would be interesting to see what he would do with a tenser, rock-leaning rhythm section." http://www.offbeat.com/music/patrick-sylvest-lonesome-troubadour/


Thanks so much to Laura DeFazio and Offbeat Magazine for this kind and generous review!

I'm pleased that 2015 has me returning to perform at Flanagan's Creative Food and Drink , 1111 Audubon Avenue in Thibodaux, LA for Sunday Brunche April 19th from 11am until 2pm. I'd love to see you there!

Check out my new CD, 'Lonesome Troubadour', co-produced with Randy Walsh at Stray Records Studio in Bayou Goula, LA. Available from iTunes , and on CD and mp3 from CD Baby and at Hofman Music in Thibodaux, LA.

Have a Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy 2015 and I'll be looking forward to seeing y'all around!

Patrick Sylvest

http://airplaydirect.com/patricksylvest
https://www.facebook.com/patricksylvestmusic
http://www.patricksylvest.com

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Northport N.Y. - M.C. Records is thrilled to announce that genre busting singer/songwriter, New Orleans based Dayna Kurtz will perform on the syndicated radio program eTown on May 3. She will share the stage with folk/bluesman Eric Bibb. Scroll down for all of Dayna's tour dates in the U.S. and Europe.

Dayna has always had fans from some of the most amazing songwriters including Bonnie Raitt and duet partner, Nora Jones. Now add Madeleine Peyroux to list. Here's what she said about "Rise And Fall."

It is great to hear an amazing voice but indescribable to hear an amazing soul. Thus this record and Dayna Kurtz are indescribable. I’m grateful for the discovery of a new old friend. - Madeleine Peyroux

Kurtz has achieved such distinctions as being named Female Songwriter of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters.  Norah Jones (with whom she later recorded a duet) and Bonnie Raitt have raved about her in interviews, she's performed on such high-profile radio shows as World Cafe, Mountain Stage and NPR's Morning Edition, and her singing was featured in a widely seen TV commercial for a prominent American hotel chain.

Sat April 11 New Orleans LA Louisiana Music Factory IN STORE PERFORMANCE 2pm-2:45pm w/band

Tues April 17 New Orleans LA Allways Lounge  "Rise and Fall" NOLA ALBUM RELEASE PARTY w/band and special guests

Tues April 28 New Orleans LA Cafe Istanbul 10pm w/special guests!

Sun May 3 eTown Taping with Eric Bibb - Boulder CO

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NEWS FROM KERRVILLE FOLK FESTIVAL

Kerrville has an underwriter this year that has enabled us to bring EMMYLOU HARRIS AND RODNEY CROWELL to Kerrville for their first appearance here!!! The date, will be Saturday May 23rd.

What we know so far by weekend:

First Weekend  - Elizabeth McQueen,  Peter Case, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Joe Crookston, Rj Cowdery, Ellis, Amy Speace, The Don Juans, Mt. Thelonious, Ari Hest, David Wilcox....

Second Weekend - Tom Rush, Steve Seskin/Allen Shamblin, Roy Bookbinder, Gurf Morlix, Ray Bonneville, Sam Baker, Joel Rafael, John Fullbright, Matt Nakoa, Ronny Cox, Jack Williams...

Third Weekend - Ruthie Foster, The Carper Family, Nora Jane Struthers & the Party Line, Trout Fishing in America, 2014 New Folk in the Round including Matt Nakoa, Frank Martin Gilligan, Caroline Spence, C. Daniel Boling, Connor Garvey and The Lovebirds, Wood & Wire, The Chubby Knuckle Choir...

Joe King Carrasco, Javier Chaparro, Tejas Brothers, Elephant Revival, MilkDrive, Caroline Aiken are planning to come this year but are still to be placed in a particular spot.

We will continue to announce as the confirmations and contracts are finished.

AND The Songwriters, Blues Guitar, Harmonica and Ukulele Faculties are mostly done and ready to accept registrants.

AND AND Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk needs YOU!!! Our listeners are ready to hear your songs but the entries are coming in a bit slower this year. So if you are a songwriter and haven't entered yet please go to http://www.kerrville-music.com/newfolk.htm You will just be so glad that you did.

AND AND AND tickets are still at a 15% discount...  http://www.kerrville-music.com/

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WXPN Radio posted the stream (and free download) of a new tribute
song tolegendary folk dj Gene Shay (who retires on Sunday) performed by 25 Philly based
artists.  You can read and hear (and download) the song here:

http://thekey.xpn.org/2015/01/29/gene-shay-tribute-song/#more-150296

http://tinyurl.com/mufowtu

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RADIO AIRPLAY: TOP FOLK ARTISTS OF 2014

TOP ARTISTS OF 2014
Compiled by Richard Gillmann from FOLKDJ-L playlists
Based on 159806 airplays from 184 different DJs www.folkradio.org

1. Pete Seeger
2. Bob Dylan
3. John McCutcheon
4. John Gorka
5. Red Molly
6. Eliza Gilkyson
7. Tim Grimm
8. The Stray Birds
9. Joe Crookston
10. Cahalen Morrison And Eli West
11. Jesse Winchester
12. Johnny Cash
13. Laurie Lewis
14. Chris Smither
15. Carrie Newcomer
16. Seldom Scene
17. Rosanne Cash
18. Dave Van Ronk
18. Laurie Lewis And Kathy Kallick
20. Peter, Paul And Mary
21. The Duhks
22. Johnsmith
23. The Henry Girls
24. Greg Brown
25. Cosy Sheridan
26. John Prine
26. Tom Paxton
28. Nanci Griffith
28. Runa
30. Mary Gauthier
31. Steve Gillette And Cindy Mangsen
32. Robin And Linda Williams
33. Mark Erelli
34. Emmylou Harris
35. Old Crow Medicine Show
36. Judy Collins
37. Anne Hills
37. Ellis Paul
39. Si Kahn
40. Mary Chapin Carpenter
41. Lucinda Williams
42. Red June
43. Brother Sun
44. Carlene Carter
45. Phil Ochs
46. Jack Williams
46. Nickel Creek
48. Arlo Guthrie
49. Cheryl Wheeler
50. Bela Fleck And Abigail Washburn
51. Richard Thompson
51. Rodney Crowell
53. Gathering Time
54. Guy Clark
55. John Flynn
55. Krista Detor
57. Gillian Welch
58. Claudia Schmidt
58. Joni Mitchell
58. Willie Nelson
61. Peggy Seeger
62. Bill Monroe
63. Steve Earle
64. T Sisters
65. Kim And Reggie Harris
66. Carrie Elkin And Danny Schmidt
66. Christine Lavin
66. Dave Carter And Tracy Grammer
69. Stan Rogers
70. Bruce Springsteen
70. The Steel Wheels
72. Jackson Browne
72. Tim O'Brien
74. Molasses Creek
74. Steve Martin And The Steep Canyon Rangers
76. Catie Curtis
77. Blue Highway
77. Brooks Williams
79. Craig Bickhardt
79. Doc Watson
81. Alison Krauss
82. Kathy Kallick
83. Rod MacDonald
84. Peter Mulvey
85. Dar Williams
85. Hot Rize
87. The Early Mays
88. The Waymores
89. Ernest Troost
89. Tim O'Brien And Darrell Scott
91. Loudon Wainwright III
91. Sarah Jarosz
93. David Francey
93. Townes Van Zandt
95. Richard Shindell
95. Vance Gilbert
95. Woody Guthrie
98. Jim Photoglo
99. Joel Mabus
99. Jonathan Byrd
101. Joan Baez

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TOP ARTISTS OF DECEMBER 2014
Compiled by Richard Gillmann from FOLKDJ-L playlists
Based on 13192 airplays from 142 different DJs www.folkradio.org

1. Peter, Paul And Mary
2. John McCutcheon
3. Christine Lavin
4. Bela Fleck And Abigail Washburn
5. The Early Mays
6. Laurie Lewis And Kathy Kallick
7. Mary Chapin Carpenter
8. Pete Seeger
9. Joe Crookston
9. Joel Mabus
9. The Stray Birds
12. Thompson Family
13. Bob Dylan
13. Phil Ochs
13. The Sweet Lowdown
16. Anne Hills
16. Herdman, Hills And Mangsen
18. Mark Erelli
18. Robyn Landis
20. Bruce Cockburn
20. Eliza Gilkyson
20. Jesse Winchester
23. Ellis Paul
24. Robin And Linda Williams
25. Debi Smith
25. Peter Mayer
27. Darryl Purpose
28. Carrie Newcomer
28. Johnsmith
30. Chris Smither
31. Bobtown
31. Dave Carter And Tracy Grammer
31. David Hawkins
31. Magpie
31. Red Molly
36. Andina And Rich
36. Judy Collins
36. Lee Murdock
36. Nell Robinson
40. Louise Mosrie
40. Mary Gauthier
40. Nowell Sing We Clear
40. Shelley Posen
40. Steven Gellman

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The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz

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CLARENCE THE CAJUN DJ RECOMMENDS:

Clarence Recommends: Every Friday  - Coobie Joe cajun band every Friday at Boutin's Cajun restaurant 7pm-10pm at 8322 Bluebonnet Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70810 (225) 819-9862 www.boutins.com

Cajun Fiddle Lessons by Ann Vidrine: Clarence's friend Ann Vidrine gives cajun fiddle lessons. If you are interested in playing the cajun fiddle, she would be a good person to learn from. For lessons, call 225-343-7398 or email: annvidrine [type the at sign] cox.net

Baton Rouge's Cajun and Zydeco Radio Shows:

* Sat 5am-7am WTGE 100.7 FM Roland Doucet's Cajun Radio show www.newcountry1007.com

* Sat 7pm-9pm WBRH 90.3 FM Clarence's Cajun Saturday Night www.cajunradio.org

* Sun 5pm-7pm WHYR 96.9 FM Ann Vidrine's Cajun Experience Radio Show www.whyr.org

* Sun 7pm-9pm KLSU 91.1FM The Front Porch Fais Do-Do Cajun/Zydeco show with LSU student DJ Couillon. It broadcasts on the web at www.klsuradio.fm Request line: (225) 578-5578 

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NASHVILLE/NEW ORLEANS CONNECTION

Les Kerr has a new blog about the musical connection between Nashville and New Orleans. From Louis Armstrong’s collaboration with Jimmie Rodgers to Del McCoury playing with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, the connection continues at:

http://leskerr.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/the-nashville-new-orleans-musical-connection/

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"Though it's impossible to pinpoint a particular moment when immigrants began inventing American music, a dramatic turning point surely occurred in 1804, the year a young nation made the Louisiana Purchase. President Thomas Jefferson sought to buy from the French just the city of New Orleans, because of its crucial value as a port. But a cash-strapped Napoleon sold the entire, still-uncharted Louisiana Territory for $15 million — roughly 4 cents an acre.  In a single stroke, America became a thrilling, noisy eruption of sound."

http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/music/ct-ae-0714-immigrant-music-20130713,0,6735268.column

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AIRPLAY ON JIM HOGG'S HOGG HEAVEN

Hi there,

I host a local BG / folk/gospel radio show that airs on several country stations on Sunday morning. If you have a recent recording that would reflect this format, please send along.  I would be glad to air.  Please let me know what song that you are trying to push.

I do this only as a labor of love for this kind of music and to promote local artist.

Thanks and tell your Mamma you love her.

Jim  jimhogggroup@cox.net    http://youtu.be/tfiXcyDWGso

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CAFE DES AMIS WANTS YOU!

My name is Rebecca Sharky. I am the GM of Cafe Des Amis in Breaux Bridge, LA.   I'd like for Cafe Des Amis to be considered as an alternative non-smoking venue to your folk friends. If you have any suggestions, please email me.

Thank you!

Cafe Des Amis <gm@cafedesamis.comwww.cafedesamis.com

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YOU DON'T HAVE TO BREATHE SECONDHAND SMOKE AT WORK.  WHY SHOULD I?
 
"I have been affected by secondhand smoke.  I remember one night I was playing in a club and I went to hit a high note and I almost blacked out on stage.  I had to hold the microphone to keep from falling down. There was so much smoke in the place that it had a negative impact on my singing."
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SOUTHERN FOLKLIFE COLLECTION ONLINE RADIO

Music selections from  audio collections at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's  Southern Folklife Collection are now being streamed online. Visitors can  tune in to channels that feature music in five genres: old-time music;  country and bluegrass; folk revival; rhythm, blues, and boogie; and the  eclectic “SFC Mix.” The purpose of our radio stream is to make our holdings  available for educational use.

To listen  visit:

http://www.lib.unc.edu/blogs/sfc/index.php/streaming-radio/

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FOLKSINGERS ON THE RADIO

RECORDING STUDIOS IN LOUISIANA

http://masterdigital.com/studios/index.htm

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QUAKER BENEDICTION

When the song of the angel is stilled,
When the star in the sky is gone,
When the kings and princes are home,
When the shepherds are back with their flocks,
The work of Christmas begins:
   To find the lost,
   To heal the broken,
   To feed the hungry,
   To release the prisoner,
   To rebuild the nations,
   To bring peace among brothers,
   To make music in the heart.


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NOTE TO PERFORMERS:

This website is updated Saturdays, before the Hootenanny Power radio show at 9 pm on WRKF.  Please don't wait until Monday or Tuesday after the radio show to send me info on a performance that coming Friday.  It definitely won't make the show, and probably won't make the website.  tlcaffery at yahoo dot com

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