WFDU-FM’s TRADITIONS playlist for April 6, 2013

WFDU-FM’s TRADITIONS 
Playlist for April 6, 2014   
HOST:    Ron Olesko

On Saturday April 5 I attended the NERFA One-Day Mini-Conference in Chatham,New Jersey.  Held at the home of Sanctuary Concerts, this one day event was a great opportunity to meet some new friends whose music I shared on today’s show. I will be writing more about the conference on this blog, later this week.

New and Recommended – Ronstadt Generations  Epilogue (self),  The Henry Girls Louder Than Words (Beste Unterhaltung) , Paddy Mills Race to the Bottom (self)

(Tune in to TRADITIONS every Sunday from 3 to 6pm Eastern Time over WFDU-FM 89.1 in the NYC/Northern New Jersey area, or on the web at www.wfdu.fm. On-demand streams of shows, including this one, are archived for two weeks HERE. A Sing Out! Radio Partner)

ARTIST    “Tune / Song”
Album    Label –    Website
Theme: HARVEY REID    “Dirty Dish Rag”
Solo Guitar Sketchbook        Woodpecker Records – www.woodpecker.com
RUTHIE AND THE WRANGLERS    “Ka-Ching”
Live at Goose Creek    Goose Creek Music – www.goosecreekmusic.com

PETER MULVEY    “Trempealau”
Silver Ladder    Signature Sounds – www.signaturesounds.com , www.petermulvey.com
TATTLETALE SAINTS    “At Last”
How Red is the Blood    Old Oak Music – www.tattletalesaints.com
VANCE GILBERT    “Unfamiliar Moon”
BaD Dog Buffet    Diismye Music – www.vancegilbert.com

RONSTADT GENERATIONS        “I Know What I Know”
Epilogue    self – www.ronstadtgenerations.com
JAMES DURST    “Internationally Unknown”
Internationally Unknown    World Wind – www.worldwindcd.com, www.jamesdurst.com
ERIK DARLING    “Child, Child”
Child, Child    Wind River – www.folkera.com/windriver , www.erikdarling.com

JOEL MABUS    “Panhandle Prairie”
Pepper’s Ghost & Other Banjo Visitations    Fossil Records – www.joelmabus.com
THE HENRY GIRLS    “James Monroe”
Louder Than Words    Beste Unterhaltung – www.besteunterhaltung.biz , www.thehenrygirls.com 
CARLENE CARTER    “Blackjack David”
Carter Girl    Rounder – www.rounder.com , www.carlenecarter.net

THE FOLK BROTHERS – JACK HARDY AND DAVID MASSENGILL    “On The Road To Fairfax County”
Partners in Crime    Great Divide Records – www.jackhardy.com

DAVE FRY   “Jimalong Joe”
Playground    self – www.davefrymusic.com 
AARON NATHANS and MICHAEL G. RONDSTADT    “Best I Can”
single    self – www.aaronnathans.com
AARON NATHANS and MICHAEL G. RONDSTADT    “Cars Don’t Keep”
single    self – www.aaronnathans.com

BONNIE KOLOC    “Wind on the Water”
Rediscovered    self – www.bonniekoloc.com
JENAI HUFF    “Living My Dream”
Grace and Elbow Grease    self – www.jenaihuffmusic.com
BILL MORRISSEY    “Twenty Third Street”
The Essential Collection        Rounder – www.rounder.com , www.billmorrissey.com

HUGH DOUGHERTY    “Music Room”
Quints    self – www.sonicbids.com/hughodoherty
MICHAEL VEITCH        “Home Again”
Postcards from Vermont Vol. 1    self – www.michaelveitch.com
CAROLANN SOLEBELLO    “Home”
Glass of Desire    Elizabeth Records – www.carolannsolebello.com
KATHY MOSER    “Big Yellow Taxi”
Some I Like U        self – www.kathymoser.com

MARC BLACK        “Our Wedding Song”
Sometime a Spark    self – www.marcblack.com
CONNOR GARVEY        “Red-Winged Blackbird”
Where Ocean Meets Land    self – www.connorgarveysongs.com
RONNY COX, RASOSLAV LORKOVIC & KAREN MAL     “Dadgummit”
Ronny, Rad & Karen    Groove House Records – www.ronnycox.com
HEATHER MALONEY & DARLINGSIDE    “Woodstock”
Woodstock    Signature Sounds – www.signaturesounds.com , www.heathermaloney.com , www.darlingside.com

The next set is a preview of an upcoming concert at the Hurdy Gurdy Folk Music Club. On April 19 the Hurdy Gurdy presents Joe Crookston and special guest Connor Garvey at the Fair Lawn Community. Center in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. For information visit www.hurdygurdyfolk.org

JOE CROOKSTON        “Good Luck John”
Darkling & The Blue Bird Jubilee    Milagrito Records – www.joecrookston.com
CONNOR GARVEY        “Move On”
Where Ocean Meets Land    self – www.connorgarveysongs.com
JOE CROOKSTON        “Able Baker Charlie and Dog”
Able Baker Charlie and Dog    Milagrito Records – www.joecrookston.com

PADDY MILLS        “When Spring Comes Around”
Race to the Bottom        Ormal Nye Records – www.paddymills.com
DAVE POTTS        “The Garden We’re Growing”
Live at Sundilla    Looking Up Records – www.davepotts.com
TOM PAXTON        “My Favorite Spring”
Live at McCabes    Shout Factory – www.shoutfactory.com

KRISTA DETOR    “Honey Down a String”
Flat Earth Diary    TightRope Records – www.kristadetor.com
BUDDY MONDLOCK    “Some Kind of Hope”
The Memory Wall    self – www.buddymondlock.com
THE KENNEDYS    “Happytown (All Right With Me)”
Songs of the Open Road        Appleseed Recordings – www.appleseedmusic.com , www.kennedysmusic.com

BROTHER SUN    “St. Christopher”
Some Part of the Truth    self – www.brothersunmusic.com
JOHN GORKA        “Really Spring”
Bright Side of Down        Red House – www.redhouserecords.com , www.johngorka.com
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Ron Olesko
WFDU-FM
1000 River Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
www.wfdu.fm

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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