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 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
Sunday, Nov 11 at 7pm the Red Dragon hosts ROD PICOTT and our third Pot Luck Show. If you would like to join us, reg seats are $20 and VIPs are $30. The online seating link is rodpicottdragon.brownpapertickets.com
Wed, Nov 14 DALE WATSON BAND $40reg/$50VIP GINA FORSYTH opens dalewatsondragon2.brownpapertickets.com
Fri, Nov 16 DAVE ALVIN & JIMMIE DALE GILMORE with THE GUILTY ONES MANSHIP THEATRE $39.95-$59.95 STEVE JUDICE opens www.ManshipTheatre.org
Sun, Nov 25 BILL KIRCHEN'S HONKY TONK HOLIDAY SHOW $30reg/$40VIP KEITH HARELSON opens billkirchendragon2.brownpapertickets.com
Dyson House Listening Room (a 501c3 nonprofit organization) needs your help to raise $20,000 to make updates to bring the building up to standards for hosting and providing for those patrons with mobility issues. Help us get back in the house by May 1, 2018. Please help us in any way you can - no amount is too small!
TOP ARTISTS OF June 2018 (Artist, number of airplays on folk radio) www.folkradio.org
1. David Davis and the Warrior River Boys (116) 2. Tret Fure (98) 3. Fink, Marxer & Gleaves (96) 4. Andrew Collins Trio (87) 5. Ry Cooder (77) 5. Nancy Cassidy (77) 7. Slocan Ramblers (76) 8. Chuck Brodsky (75) 8. Laurie MacAllister (75) 10. Reggie Harris (69) 10. Pharis and Jason Romero (69) 12. John Prine (68) 13. Rod Abernethy (66) 14. David Francey (63) 15. Joe Jencks (58) 16. Indigo Girls (57) 17. John McCutcheon (52) 17. Emerald Rae (52) 19. Tom Russell (50) 20. Kate Callahan (48) 21. Cosy Sheridan & Charlie Koch (47) 21. Tim O'Brien (47) 21. Roe Family Singers (47) 24. Joe Rollin Porter (46) 24. Richard Ruane and Beth Duquette (46) 24. Joel Mabus (46) 27. Kennedys (45) 28. Jeffrey Foucault (44) 29. Blue Yonder (41) 30. Bob Dylan (40) 31. Ana Egge (39) 32. Dom Flemons (38) 33. Willie Nelson (37) 34. Kittel and Co (36) 35. Low Lily (35) 35. Doc Watson (35) 35. Tom Rush (35) 35. Jesse Terry (35) 39. Vi Wickam and Justin Branum (34) 40. Joan Baez (33)
BLUEGRASS NEWS:Bluegrass & Olde Tyme acoustic string music on the Rivers,Bayous and Roadside Ditches of Louisiana.
Sunday bluegrass jams held in different locations. We are confirming the jam time and place by text message to your cell phone, if we have your number. So, send us your cell number for text messaging, if you desire to have up-to-the-hour info on jam attendance etc.
B R Bluegrass Ass'n
Reminder: 4th Sat. Jam at Main Street Market at 11:00 am,
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 . . 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
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:
"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."
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.
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."
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.
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.
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