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Mountain StageWhere Musicians Come to Play, since 1983

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Bluegrass Breakdown
with Dave Higgs
Dave Higgs produces Bluegrass Breakdown for Nashville Public Radio, Nashville, Tennessee. The show is heard on approximately 30 public radio stations across the U.S. He was a staff writer for Bluegrass Now magazine where his column, “Band to Watch,” appeared monthly; plays the guitar, octave mandolin and banjola with Emily Singleton & Cumberland Plateau; and, in his spare time, is District Counsel for a governmental agency’s West Virginia and Pittsburgh District Offices.

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Folk Sampler
with Mike Flynn
The Folk Sampler is a syndicated radio program of folk, traditional, bluegrass and blues coming to you from the foothills of the Ozarks since 1978.

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Celtic Connections
with Bryan Kelso Crow,
Celtic Connections offers radio listeners a wide variety of traditional and contemporary music associated with the western European lands occupied at one time or another by people of the Celtic tribes and their descendants, including Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, and Galicia, as well as Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and other parts of North America where the Celtic influence has been felt.

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Bama Bluegrass
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Folk Music & Beyond
Saturday Bluegrass
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WUMB Music Mix
with George Knight

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Morning Express
with Dick Pleasants
Acoustic Sunrise
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Back Porch Music
with Freddy Jenkins
WUNC-FM's home-grown Back Porch Music is the longest continually running locally-produced program on the radio station. Each week, the program presents a wide range of acoustic-based folk music - from contemporary singer/songwriters to old-time musicians of the 20s and 30s, and from classic Celtic to blues - and beyond.

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Bluegrass SignalA weekly hour-and-a-half of bluegrass - "folkmusic in overdrive," that unique synthesis of blues and old-time country music, with elements of Celtic, jazz, and a variety of folk musics. Host and producer Peter Thompson presents recent and classic bluegrass recordings with background and commentary plus a calendar of upcoming musical events.

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Folk Radio
with Marilyn Rea Beyer
Contemporary and traditonal folk and acoustic music with a broad focus, mixed with news, weather and informational features.
Country & Bluegrass Jamboree
Folk Radio
with Stella Mars
Progressive Roots
with Ken & Cee Cee
The Best in Bluegrass and Old Time Music
with Terry Thacker
Terry has a loving family, he and his wife Stacey have been married 23 years and he has one son Kaleb who is 18. His hobbies are listening to all kinds of music, going to Bluegrass festivals and flying remote controlled Helicopters.
B-Bob's Hillbilly & Western JamboreeFeatures rare and early recordings of a variety of authentic hillbilly & western styles of music
Borealis Bluegrass BreakdownBluegrass from up near the Artic Circle - Mountain Music meets raindeer herds
A Patchwork Quilt
with Kevin Vance
Music from Celtic & American traditions, plus talks with singers & songwriters.
Bluegrass on the CornerYeehaw!
The Hudson River Sampler
with Wanda Fischer
Wanda brings listeners a program of the very best folk music, bluegrass and blues.

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Bluegrass Hour and a Half
Celtic Sojourn
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Folksong FestivalThe show remains one of the few programs devoted to the traditional and contemporary folksong. Over the years, Folksong Festival has survived battles with mayors and blacklists. Folksong festival was one of the first radio programs to focus on issues of homosexuality and continues to shake up audiences with anti-American Revolution programs, "bad daddy" shows for Father's Day, "Evil Mothers" for Mother's Day, and more.

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Texas Blues
Banana Jack Murphy
Into The Blue
Sucarnochee Revue
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Currents
with Mark Tarner

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Sunday Morming Coming Down
Across the Great Divide
with Robbie Osman

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Wagon Traxx
with James Coates
Some of the best folk and bluegrass music on the air at this hour from Kentucky
WUMB Music Mix
with Brian Quinn

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WUMB Live At Noon
Red Barn Radio
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Stained Glass Bluegrass
Traditiosn
with Mary Cliff
Mary Cliff presents blues, ballads, ethnic and traditional music.

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Music from the Mountains
with Joe Dobbs

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Best in Bluegrass
with Jadon and Chris
Down Jersey
with Jim Albertson
A radio program featuring primarily N. J. performers of folk music, folktales, bluegrass, old timey, blues, early country and internationally flavored folk music, plus rare, one of a kind interviews and performances from N.J. folk festivals and concerts.

Down Jersey's Home Page
Dallas Dobro
A Thousand Welcomes
with Kathleen Biggins
"Celtic music originates from six main regions," explains 'A Thousand Welcomes' host Kathleen Biggins. "You can hear in a particular piece of music a strain that is native to a specific region. When people migrated to other parts of the world, they took their culture and music with them."

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Simply Folk
with Tom Martin-Erickson

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Thursday BluegrassPick yer seat and set a spell
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour
with Michael Johnathon
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour is a worldwide multi-media celebration of grassroots, Americana music.

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Midnight Special
Bluegrass Overnight
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Ray DavisEvery week, Ray brings you some of the best bluegrass around, from prison songs and "plum pitiful" tunes to the great train rides - and train wrecks - of bluegrass music. You'll also hear music from Ray's famous "basement tapes," recordings he's made of some of the top Bluegrass artists in the business. And at the end of every hour, Ray makes it "Hymntime" with a selection of gospel bluegrass songs.

Ray Davis's Home Page
Knee Deep in Bluegrass
with Cindy Baucom
There is nothing like a steaming meadow muffin first thing in the morning.
Dick SpottswoodMusic scholar and radio personality Dick Spottswood highlights the many facets of Folk Culture in the United States each Sunday afternoon from 1 to 3 p.m. Subtitled the "Obsolete Music Hour," each program brings listeners a surprising variety of early styles - string bands, jug bands, jazz bands, western swing outfits, gospel choirs and more, derived from original cylinders, compact discs, and everything in between.

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Folk Alley
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All Things Acoustic
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Mountain Jubilee
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The Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour
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String Fever
with Barb Heller
The best in bluegrass each week. Here's your place to listen to the latest edition of String Fever, hosted by Barb Heller, anytime you want.

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Bluegrass for Breakfast
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