Studio One

This week's edition of The Folk Tree includes exclusive IPR live recordings of Mary McAdams and Crooked Still, plus music by James McCandless, Taj Mahal, and Sara Watkins.

This week's edition of The Folk Tree includes exclusive IPR live recordings of singer-songwriter and keyboard whiz Radoslav Lorkovic and Texas band Milkdrive, plus music by Bonnie Koloc, Leftover Salmon, and Old Blind Dogs.

This week's edition of The Folk Tree includes exclusive IPR live recordings of singer-songwriter Jeffrey Foucault and of Latin American rhythms from Los Llaneros, plus music by Talitha MacKenzie, Paul Geremia, the Greencards, and the Carolina Chocolate Drops.

This week's edition of The Folk Tree includes exclusive IPR live recordings of fiddler April Verch and of Karen Savoca and Pete Heitzman, plus music by Carrie Elkin, Notorious, Bob Black, and Sarah McQuaid.

Between 1:00 and 3:00 today, Karen Impola presents an exclusive IPR live recording of Irish Christmas in America, recorded last year at CSPS in Cedar Rapids, with musicians from the top-notch Irish band Teada plus one of the most talked-about vocal acts to emerge from Ireland in recent times—Lumiere, comprising the talents of Eilís Kennedy & Pauline Scanlon.

From 1:00 - 3:00 p.m., The Folk Tree will be pre-empted by a holiday special, "A Christmas Celtic Sojourn" (details here)

From 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., it's our usual mix of folk music old and new, with a particular emphasis on holiday favorites.  Here music from Monroe Crossing, Catie Curtis, Gina Forsyth and more, plus a live recording of Beppe Gambetta.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Jim Lauderdale and Mr. Baber's Neighbors.  plus music by Debra Cowan, The Red Clay Ramblers, Bela Fleck, and The Early Mays, among others.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of The Mike and Amy Finders Band and The Refugees.  plus music by Peter Mayer, The Red Clay Ramblers, Peter Ostroushko and Anna Livia among others.

Join us for our annual post-Thanksgiving show, featuring songs of food and gratitude.  Hear live recordings of Crooked Still and John McCutcheon, plus songs by Robin and Linda Williams, Roy Book Binder, Tim Grimm and more.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Lou and Peter Berryman and The Iowa Opera House Project. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month,  Sing the Delta by Iris Dement, plus music by Dave Moore, The Pentangle, Mississippi John Hurt and Todd Burge, among others.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Chris Pureka and Finnders and Youngberg, plus music by The Stray Birds, Gina Forsyth, The Old Crow Medicine Show, and Heidi Talbot.

It's our annual pre-Halloween show, full of songs about witches, ghosts, goblins, and the supernatural!  We'll hear from Tim O'Brien, Susan McKeown, and Sarah Jarosz, among others, plus exclusive IPR live recordings of The Chapin Sisters and Calle Sur.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Iowa-based singer-songwriters Ben Schmidt and Mary McAdams. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month,  Sheinn by Nova Scotia musicians Mary Jane Lamond and Wendy MacIsaac, plus music by Hat Check Girl, Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks, Doug & Telisha Williams, and Old Blind Dogs.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Genticorum and The Pines. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month,  Sheinn by Nova Scotia musicians Mary Jane Lamond and Wendy MacIsaac, plus music by John Hartford, Annalivia, David Wilcox, Kathy Mattea, and more.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of The Blackberry Bushes Stringband and The Nadas. We'll also hear music by Altan, Carol Montag, The New Lost City Ramblers, The Sons of the Never Wrong, and more.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Los Llaneros and Greg Brown and Bo Ramsey. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, Robin and Linda Williams' new release, These Old Dark Hills, plus music by The Awful Purdies, Jean Redpath, Dave Nachmanoff, The Nashville Bluegrass Band, and more.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Sarah Jarosz and Radoslav Lorkovic. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, Robin and Linda Williams' new release, These Old Dark Hills, plus music by the Irish band Danu, The Foghorn Stringband, and Greg Brown.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Peter Mayer and Ruth King. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, Robin and Linda Williams' new release, These Old Dark Hills, plus music by Cheryl Wheeler, Railroad Earth, Heidi Talbot, and Elixir.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of J. T. Nero and Allison Russell and The Mike and Amy Finders Band. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, The Honey Dewdrops' new release, Silver Lining, plus music by Robin and Linda Williams, Joel Mabus, John Renbourn, and The Blind Boys of Alabama.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of John McCutcheon and Crooked Still. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, The Honey Dewdrops' new release, Silver Lining, plus music by Corb Lund, Larry Long, Rory Block, and The Beggarmen.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Beppe Gambetta and The Refugees. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, The Honey Dewdrops' new release, Silver Lining, plus music by Joan Baez, Crooked Still, Alan Stivell, and Ruthie Foster.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Calle Sur and The Hot Club of Davenport. We'll also hear from our  CD of the month, The Honey Dewdrops' new release, Silver Lining, plus music by Chris Thile, Swallowtail, Dar Williams and Flaco Jimenez.

The Folk Tree will not be heard this week; instead, Iowa Public Radio's Studio One stream will be airing NPR's live coverage of the Newport Folk Festival on Sunday, July 29, beginning at 1:00 p.m.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Teddy Thompson and Finnders & Youngberg. We'll also hear from our CD of the month, Catfish Keith's new release, Put On a Buzz, plus music by Tim Grimm. Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, Ray Bonneville, and Karan Casey.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of The Chapin Sisters and Jeffrey Foucault. We'll also hear from our CD of the month, Catfish Keith's new release, Put On a Buzz, plus music by Andrew McKnight, Tara Nevins, Jim Malcolm, and Leftover Salmon.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Lou and Peter Berryman and The Blackberry Bushes Stringband. We'll also hear from our CD of the month, Raldo Schneider's new release. Big Flood, plus music by Bucky Halker, The Honey Dewdrops, Bonnie Koloc, Colcannon, and more.

Happy Father's Day!  This week's edition of The Folk Tree features exclusive IPR live recordings of Sarah Sample and Darrell Scott, songs about fathers and fatherhood by Susan Werner, Pierce Pettis, and Doc Watson, plus a couple of tracks from our CD of the month for June, Raldo Schneider's Big Flood.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of the French-Canadian band Genticorum and Iowa singer-songwriter Ben Schmidt. We'll also hear from our CD of the month, Raldo Schneider's new release. Big Flood, plus music by Emma's Revolution, Steve Earle, Susan McKeown, and The Wrongler with Jimmie Dale Gilmore, among others.

This week's show features exclusive Iowa Public Radio live recordings of Greg Brown with Bo Ramsey and Sarah Jarosz. We'll also hear from our CD of the month, Raldo Schneider's new release. Big Flood, plus music by Doc Watson, Paul Geremia, Erick Hovey, Cara Dillon, and more.

On Saturday, March 10, Susan Werner performed at the Oster Regent Theatre in Cedar Falls, with sidewomen Trina Hamlin and Natalia Zukerman.  IPR was there to record that show.  We'll be broadcasting the concert in its entirety on this week's edition of The Folk Tree, beginning in the 2:00 hour.

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