Program Highlights

Program Highlights

Music journalist, educator, photographer and author Craig Harris is hosting a new show on Bluegrass Country.  Catch the Craig Harris Show Friday nights at 10 eastern.

Friday night, listen for Open Mic at 7 pm eastern, with a 1994 concert by Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out.  That’s followed by Editor’s Picks at 9 pm, and a 1990 concert by Doc Watson, accompanied by Jack Lawrence.  They are joined mid-set by Tony Rice and David Grisman.

Saturday on the Lee Michael Demsey Show, Lee plays a track from a brand new Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen CD, hot off the press. Then it’s all Christmas music, bluegrass style. Lee can be heard every Saturday from 10 am until 1 pm.

On Music from Foggy Hollow, the NEW RELEASES BLUEGRASS SHOW, host Mike Kear continues the look at the avalanche of new music over the last few weeks, including Caleb Dennis, Ray Edwards, Mile Twelve, Tim Stafford & Bobby Starnes and heaps more besides.  And as usual, he’s going to open the vault and look back to see what was on the show five years ago.  Listen Sunday morning at 10 eastern, rebroadcast Tuesday from 7 to 10 pm.

This week on Bluegrass Signal, its “Windy River,” as Bay Area banjo picker, singer, songwriter Ryan Breen makes his Bluegrass Signal debut, playing some of the obscure (Bill Duncan & the Harmony Mt. Boys, The Lonesome River Boys) and familiar (Earl Taylor & Jim McCall, Mac Martin, JD Crowe) that influenced his own music. Listen Friday from 6 to 7 pm eastern time, rebroadcast Monday at 11 pm and Tuesday at midnight.

Want to know what songs and artists Michelle Murray is featuring on her morning drivetime show?  Check her Facebook page or follow her on Twitter.  The Michelle Murray Show airs weekday mornings from 7 to 10 eastern time.

Ivy Sheppard hosts three weekly shows on Bluegrass Country: Stained Glass BluegrassMighty Mossy Monday and Born in the Mountain.  Her Facebook page has previews of shows, plus videos and lots of music.  Drop by and join the conversation,

There’s lots of live music every week on Bluegrass Country.   In addition to Editor’s Picks, host Lee Michael Demsey presents the best in recorded live shows on Open Mic, Friday evenings from 7 to 9.  Then on Saturdays at 3 pm, we bring you shows recorded on-stage in Washington’s Wharf District on Live from the Pearl Street Warehouse.  Also on Saturday, catch Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour  from Lexington, KY at 2 pm,  Music City Roots from Nashville at 8 pm, and music and talk on eTown, from Boulder, CO at 10 pm.  Sunday’s lineup includes broadcasts of two of the best known national national live music radio shows,  Live from Here from 1 to 3 pm and Mountain Stage from 5 to 7.

For a complete program schedule, bookmark our schedule page, and watch this space for updates.

If you missed a scheduled show, it’ll still be around for a couple of weeks.  Check the Archive Player for a second chance to hear it online.