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Download The Alleycast - May 2009 - Jade

May 20, 2009

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Download The Alleycast today to hear Folk Alley's exclusive in-studio session with John Gorka. We'll also listen to our Live From Folk Alley concert with Martin Sexton, a montage of Pete Seeger songs from our Seeger Stream, and the Open Mic sounds of David Stone. To close this episode, we'll hear about a rare folk/rock trio called Jade that made just one record in 1970. Download The Alleycast today!

Posted by Chris Boros at 11:00 AM

Folk Alley Welcomes New DJ - Austin's Matt Reilly

May 4, 2009

matt reilly webedit.jpg expands its geographical presence with the addition of KUT's Matt Reilly from Austin, TX, to its team of music hosts. Since September 2003, Folk Alley has brought the best of traditional folk, Americana, singer/songwriter, bluegrass, Celtic, world and acoustic instrumental music styles to an international audience - listeners tremendously excited to finally find "their" music available 24 hours a day on the Internet.

Reilly, a Texas native, began his radio career in Austin, TX, working for KGSR, one of the country's most respected Triple A stations. He also spent time in front of the camera as a VJ on Austin Music Network, a local music video channel. In 2004, Reilly moved to Philadelphia to work for WXPN, a national vanguard in Triple A music. While there, he served as the station's Assistant Music Director and hosted the shows Jamnation, The New Music Show and The Indie Rock Hit Parade. Reilly and his wife, Jennifer, returned to Austin in July 2008 to be closer to family and enjoy the balmy Texas winters. He is currently a member of the music department at KUT, a recognized leader in eclectic music.

Matt joins fellow DJs Jim Blum, Elena See, Barb Heller and Gene Shay as part of an all-star team of public radio hosts. He will be heard in the stream daily from midnight to 5 a.m. ET (GMT -4), the slot recently vacated by Jeff St, Clair, WKSU's new morning host.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 4:30 PM | Comments (3)

Music Added in the Stream for May

The Greencards - "Fascination"
Great Lake Swimmers - "Lost Channels"
Sara Watkins - "Sara Watkins"
The Indigo Girls - "Poseidon and the Bitter Bug"
Wheeler Street - "Roodumdah"
David Wilcox - "Open Hand"
Richard Shindell - "Not Far Now"
Danny Schmidt - "Instead the Forest Rose to Sing"
Beoga - "The Incident"
Bela Fleck - "Africa Sessions"
Steep Canyon Rangers - "Lovin' Pretty Women"
Clarence Bucaro - "Till Spring"
Diana Jones - "Better Times Will Come"
Vienna Teng - "Inland Territory"
Ramblin' Jack Elliott - "A Stranger Here"
Bearfoot - "Doors and Windows"
Ellis Paul - "A Summer Night in Georgia"
April Verch - "Steal the Blue"
Various - "A Tribute to Utah Phillips - Singing Through the Hard Times"
Le Vent du Nord - "Mesdames et Messieurs!"
Nancy Wallace - "Old Stories"
Various - "Dark Was the Night" (a benefit for the Red Hot Organization)
The Flatlanders - "Hills and Valleys"
Brian Herbert & Friends - "Any Time at All"
Ashleigh Flynn - "American Dream"
Jeremy Garrett - "I Am a Stranger"
Jesse Winchester - "Love Filling Station"

Posted by Ann VerWiebe at 12:14 PM

Folk Alley Celebrates Pete Seeger's 90th Birthday with a Special Side Stream

May 1, 2009


In honor of Pete Seeger's 90th birthday (May 3rd), Folk Alley has put together a 5 hour side stream of memorable Seeger classics covered by artists like Tom Paxton, Bruce Cockburn, Janis Ian, Bruce Springsteen, Natalie Merchant, Greg Brown, and, of course, the iconic troubadour himself.

Listen to the stream and leave Pete a birthday greeting here.

(Thanks to Jim Musselman at Appleseed Recordings and everyone at Smithsonian Folkways Recordings for supporting this stream!)

To add to the celebration, we'd like to share a special video of John Gorka performing "The Water is Wide," recorded in the Folk Alley studios.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 10:27 AM | Comments (1)

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