TRADITIONS playlist for February 26, 2017

WFDU-FM’s annual February Fund Drive concluded this week. We had a good drive for Traditions, many new donors as well as folks who have supported the show for many years.It’s not to late to help!

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(Tune in to WFDU-FM’s TRADITIONS every Sunday from 3pm to 6pm Eastern Timeover WFDU-FM 89.1 in the NYC/Northern New Jersey area,or on the web at www.wfdu.fm or iHeartRadio.com. The show can also be heard Saturday evenings at 6:30pm ET at www.bluesandroots.radio.com. On-demand streams of shows, including this one, are archived for two weeks by clicking HERE.
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ARTIST “Tune / Song”
ALBUM Label – Website
3PM
BOK, MUIR & TRICKETT “How Can I Keep From Singing”
Turning Toward Morning Folk Legacy – www.folklegacy.com

OKA VANGA “This Train”
Dance of the Copper Trail self – www.okavanga.com
COREY HARRIS “Diddy Wah Diddy”

CATHY FINK AND MARCY MARXER “Oh, Had I A Golden Thread”
Get Up and Do Right Community Music – www.cathymarcy.com
THE WOODS TEA COMPANY “Wayfaring Stranger”
Side by Side Wizmak – www.woodstea.net

PAT WICTOR “Changes”
Sunset Waltz self – www.patwictor.com
TOM PAXTON “Outward Bound”
Boat in the Water self – www.tompaxton.com

ORDINARY ELEPHANT “Best of You”
Before I Go self – www.ordinaryelephant.net
SLOAN WAINWRIGHT “Love”
Rediscovery self – www.sloanwainwright.com

JOEL MABUS “The Uncloudy Day”
The Banjo Monologues self – www.joelmabus.com
FIDDLE WHAMDIDDLE “Golden Slippers”
Old School Old Time Owl Mountain Music – www.fiddlewhamdiddle.co

4PM
TRACY GRAMMER “Travis John”
Flower of Avalon self – www.tracygrammer.com

RAMBLIN’ BOB (ROB CARLSON) “The Ghost of P.T. Barnum”
MP3 self – www.robcarlsonmusic.com
JOHN MCCUTCHEON “Gone”
Trolling for Dreams Appalseed Productions – www.folkmusic.com
CHRISTINE LAVIN “Don’t Ever Call Your Sweetheart by HIs Name”
Future Fossils New Rounder – www.rounder.com , www.christinelavin.com

JOE CROOKSTON “Good Luck John”
Darkling & The Blue Bird Jubilee Milagrito Records – www.joecrookston.com
KATHERINE RONDEAU “Broken Bird”
New Hope Chateau self – www.katherinerondeau.com

DAN WEBER “Oh Woody”
MP3 self – www.danwebermusic.com
RAMBLIN JACK ELLIOT “So Long It’s Been Good To Know Yuh”
Jack Elliot SIngs The Songs of Woody Guthrie Prestige – www.ramblinjack.com
WOODY GUTHRIE “Hard Travelin'”
My Dusty Road Rounder – www.rounder.com , www.woodyguthrie.org

MIKE AGRANOFF “The Highway”
Ain’t Never Been Plugged self – www.mikeagranoff.com
C. DANIEL BOLING “It’s His Voice She Hears”
Sleeping Dogs Berkalin Records – www.berkalinrecords.com , www.danielboling.com

5PM
JOHN ROBERTS “Bonnie Ship the Diamond”
Sea Fever Golden Hind – www.goldenhindmusic.com
ANDREW CALHOUN “The Two Ravens”
Rhymer’s Tower Waterbug Records – www.waterbug.com , www.andrewcalhoun.com
TOM CHAPIN “Remember When the Music”
Let Me Back into Your Life Self – ww.w.tomchapin.com

JACK WILLIAMS “John Henry”
Far Away Long Ago Wind River Music – www.folkera.com/windriver , www.jackwilliamsmusic.com
WASHBOARD SLIM AND THE BLUELIGHTS “Hello Stranger”
Back to the Well self – www.washboardslim.com

BREWFLIES “Walking in Jerusalem (Just Like John)”
Hard Travelin’ self – www.brewflies.com
JOE JENCKS “For the Singing”
I Hear Your Voice self – www.joejencks.com

THE HIGHWAYMEN “A Place in the Choir”
The Highwaymen in Choir self –
BROOKS WILLIAMS “I Will Do My Last Singing”
Brook’s Blues self – www.brookswilliams.com

JUDY COLLINS “Turn, Turn, Turn”
Both Sides Now: The Very Best of Judy Collins Wildflower – www.judycollins.com
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Ron Olesko
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About Ron Olesko

For over 40 years, Ron has been a radio programmer with WFDU-FM in Teaneck, New Jersey. He created WFDU-FM's TRADITIONS in 1980, a show that he continues to host and produce every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6pm Eastern Time. He's the president of and booker for the Hurdy Gurdy Folk Music Club in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, and is a regular contributor to Sing Out! as well as the host of the Folk Music Notebook blog on this site. Ron can also be found emceeing concerts and festivals around the NYC/NJ area. A lifelong Mets fan and a rabid soccer geek, Ron is a Red Bull season ticket holder since their inception and will most likely be in his seat when not in the studio.

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