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Episode #17-47 | The Travel & Food Issue | airing the week of 11-22-17

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The Sing Out! Radio Magazine is a weekly, hour-long “magazine format” program, hosted by Tom Druckenmiller, featuring interviews in addition to “live” and recorded music. The program is currently being aired in over 25 markets nationwide and via podcast, available for download via iTunes (see above), and through the Stitcher App for iOS or Android.


ABOUT THE HOST

Tom Druckenmiller

Tom Druckenmiller 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! Druckenmiller has been a folk musician and teacher for over forty years. He 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. (ARTISTS: Click HERE for info about submitting CDs to Tom for airplay consideration.)

Thanks so much to original host Matt Watroba for his work on SORM for it’s first 3 years!
For info about the hosting change, click HERE.

The Travel & Food Issue
Episode #17-47 | airing 11-22-17

This is the time of the year when we are overwhelmed with news magazine shows and periodicals featuring food and travel for the Holiday season. Why should we mess with a good thing? This week’s show focuses on food and travel with some dance tunes and a little music for … → read more

Native Tapestry
Episode #17-46 | airing 11-15-17

November has been designated Native American Heritage Month. We celebrate this week with a wide selection of music from various North American musicians. Included are great songs from Bill Miller, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Joanne Shenandoah and Walela, and we include a wonderful story from Murray Porter and a fiddle tune from … → read more

Podcast: Coffee Country
Episode #17-45 | airing 11-08-17

This week we travel to the Pacific Northwest and beyond to hear some great music from Coffee Country. We’ll hear traditional musicians John Reischman & the Jaybirds and Marley’s Ghost; songwriters Coty Hogue, Leah Kaufman and Matt Patershuk and some great instrumental jazz from Guy Van Duser & Billy Novick … → read more

Podcast: The Mountain State
Episode #17-44 | airing 11-01-17

West Virginia Musicians

I have just returned from West Virginia. It’s my second home. I We attended the Augusta Heritage Center October Fiddler’s Reunion an event encouraging friends to get together visit and play music before the arrival of the big snow. This week we’ll be listening to some great Old-Time music from … → read more

Podcast: It’s Scary Out There!
Episode #17-43 | airing 10-25-17

For this week’s show, we celebrate the Halloween season with new and traditional songs and tunes that remind me of dark nights and magical happenings. You’ll hear music from Sven Nyhus, The Young Tradition, Anne Hills, Edden Hammons, The Wainwright Sisters and many more. It’s Halloween … on The Sing … → read more

Podcast: My Viet Nam War Soundtrack
Episode #17-41 | airing 10-11-17

Many of you have watched the new documentary on The Viet Nam War by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. It’s a remarkable piece of work. I became much more aware politically and musically in the second half of the 1960s, and have decided to put together a soundtrack from the … → read more