Winter
Episode #17-51 | airing 12-20-17

This week we welcome Winter with music from Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum, Joel Mabus, The Early Mays, Bill Hearne, Ryanhood and Jay Ungar and Molly Mason and many more. Winter is here … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” (excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
              Smithsonian Folkways
Fiddle Whamdiddle / “Cold Frosty Morning” / Not My Monkey / Zero Carbon
Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum / “Earth Moves in a Mysterious Way” / Winter’s Grace / Signature
              Sounds
Tim O’Brien / “First Snow” / Fiddler’s Green / Sugar Hill-Howdy Skies
Kate Weekes / “Cold Like I’ve Never Been” / Frost on Black Fur / Artiste Extrordinare Originals

Joel Mabus / “Five Kinds of Snow” / Retold / Fossil
Peter Rowan / “Snow Country Girl” / Dharma Blues / Omnivore
Old Buck / “Icy Mountain” / Old Buck / Tin Halo
The Early Mays / “Narrows of the Year” / Chase the Sun / Bird on the Wing
Don Pedi / “Cold Frosty Morning” / Old Christmas / Walnut Mountain

Bruce Cockburn / “The Coldest Night of the Year” / Inner City Front / Rounder-True North
John Reischman / “Ice on the Dog Water” / Walk Along John / Corvus
Bill Hearne / “Song for a Winter’s Night” / All That’s Real / Howling Dog
Arnie Naiman & Chris Coole / “Winter’s Hope” / 5 Strings Attached / Merriweather
Ryan Hood / “Even the Winter” / On Christmas / Four Miles Music
Immigrant’s Daughter / “The Winter Moon” / The Winter Moon / Self Produced
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason / “Darkest Days, Brightest Nights” / The Pleasures of Winter / Fiddle
              & Dance
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” (excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
              Smithsonian Folkways

About Tom Druckenmiller

Tom has a long history with Sing Out! as a writer and regular contributor (for more than a decade) and deep and rich skills as a radio host and programmer of folk and roots music! He's been a folk musician and teacher for over forty years. Tom began playing and singing Bob Dylan and Tom Paxton songs, but fell in love with old-time music and the clawhammer banjo after hearing John McCutcheon at the legendary Bethlehem folk club Godfrey Daniels. He has studied with old-time music greats Dwight Diller, Riley Baugus and Norman and Nancy Blake … and has, himself, taught at many music camps and workshops including The Augusta Heritage Workshops (in Elkins WV), the Pocono Dulcimer Fest (in Stroudsburg PA) and the Maidencreek Old-Time Music Festival (in Blandon PA). Druckemiller’s continuing regular local radio gig “In The Tradition” has aired on WDIY-FM in Allentown PA for the past 16 years, and he also co-hosts the “Sunday Folk” program on the station.

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