Friday, June 1, 2018

Playlist 6/1/18

Welcome to Music for the Mountain Bluegrass, a 1-hour program of hard-driving bluegrass music, new and old. Music for the Mountain is produced weekly in New Hampshire, and is currently airing weekly on the following radio stations: KBOG in Bandon, OR, KCHW in Chewelah, WA, KFCE in Wills Point, TX, KGIG in Modesto, CA, KPHD in Modesto, CA, KTGY in Nipomo, CA, KXCR in Florence, OR, WDRT in Viroqua, WI, WEJP in Wheeling, WV, WMNB in North Adams, MA, WNEC in Henniker, NH, WNPA in Canton, OH, WOOL in Bellows Falls, VT, WRAQ in Angelica, NY, WRST (streaming service only) in Oshkosh, WI, WYAP in Clay, WV, WXDR in New Orleans, LA, WXHR in Hillman, MI, WZNC in Littleton, NH, Pirate Radio 88.9 FM in Strathcona County, Alberta, Global Community Radio (streaming service to radio stations), The Bluegrass Junction, Bluegrass Planet Radio, Boston Free Radio, Bumps Radio, Channel One Radio, The Global Voice, Homelands Radio, North By South Radio, Shout Radio, Southern Roots Bluegrass, Sword Radio

The show can also be heard anytime by visiting the archives.


To listen to the archived version of the show online, go here:
http://www.musicforthemountain.com/

For the syndicated version for broadcasters (split for local breaks), go here:
http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/97643


Intro | Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys | Watermelon Hanging On The Vine > Roanoke - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 | Smithsonian Folkways)

FIVE MILE MOUNTAIN ROAD | Next Sunday Darling Is My Birthday | Five Mile Mountain Road | Patuxent

(break)

JUNIOR SISK (with Del McCoury) | The Guilt Was Gone | Brand New Shade Of Blue | Mountain Fever

JERRY WICENTOWSKI | Venom Wearing Denim | Lucky Break | WizGrass

THE DEL MCCOURY BAND | Snake In The House | The Cold Hard Facts | Rounder

(break)

FLASHBACK | Without Mentioning Your Name | Denver Snow | Pinecastle

(Peter Rowan ID for Music for the Mountain)

PETER ROWAN | Let Me Love You One More Time | Carter Stanley's Eyes | Rebel

JIMMY MARTIN & THE SUNNY MOUNTAIN BOYS | I'd Rather Have America | Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys | Bear Family

(break)

SHAWN LANE | I Met The Man | Single | Self

TOM MINDTE & MASON VIA | Heed This Advice | Tom Mindte & Mason Via | Patuxent

C.F. BAILEY & SHADOW RIDGE | Is This For Here Or TO Go? | Is This For Here Or To Go? | Self

(break)

KRISTI STANLEY (with Marty Raybon) | Our Last Goodbye Today | Heart Wide Open | Union House

BILL MONROE & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS | No One But My Darlin' | Bluegrass, 1950-1958 | Bear Family

GREG BLAKE | Hey Porter | Songs Of Heart And Home | Self

(break)

FLATT & SCRUGGS | Till The End Of The World Rolls Round | The Golden Era | Rounder

(Ralph Stanley ID for Music for the Mountain)

THE STANLEY BROTHERS | Old Rattler | The Early Starday/King Years, 1958-1961 | King

FRANK WAKEFIELD | Sleepy Eyed John | That Was Now...This Is Then | Rosewood

ROBERT HALE | Dirt Poor | Pure & Simple | Pinecastle

BOBBY HICKS | Katy Hill | Fiddle Patch | Rounder

(Outro - Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys | Y'all Come | Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 | Smithsonian Folkways)


Jonathan Colcord
http://www.musicforthemountain.com/
bluegrassmountain@aol.com

Promotional materials and music to:
Jon Colcord
10 Oriole Rd.
Concord, NH 03301

Music For The Mountain is produced in Concord, New Hampshire, and is presently being heard on the following stations: KBOG, KCHW, KFCE, KGIG, KPHD, KXCR, WDRT, WEJP, WLSL, WMNB, WNEC, WOOL, WRAQ, WRST, WTM, WYAP, WXDR, WXHR, WZNC, Global Community Radio, The Bluegrass Junction, Bluegrass Planet Radio, Boston Free Radio, Bumps Radio,
Channel One Radio, The Global Voice, Homelands Radio,
North By South Radio, Southern Branch Bluegrass Radio, Shout Radio, Sword Radio, and always streaming on the web page:  http://www.musicforthemountain.com/

For stations wishing to broadcast: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/contributor/4461
Podcast: https://archive.org/details/musicforthemountain
on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/musicforthemountain  

No comments:

Post a Comment