Where to See the Show
The following stations will be broadcasting these upcoming shows:
Cablevision, Morris, NJ, area
7:30 PM Sun., Channel 21 Boonton Town, Boonton Township, Chatham, Denville, Dover, East Hanover, Florham Park, Hanover, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Madison, Mine Hill, Montville, Morris Township, Morris Plains, Morristown, Mount Arlington, Mount Olive, Mountain
Lakes, Netcong, Parsippany, Lakes, Netcong, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Picatinny, Randolph, Rockaway Borough, Rockaway Township, Roxbury, Stanhope, Victory Gardens, Wharton
|588 ||Apr 30||Henry Gross|
At age 18, he was a founding member of the group, SHA NA NA, He sang two songs on the group's 1969 debut LP; The groups' popularity soared after legendary performances in the Fillmore Auditoriums East and West and at the Woodstock Festival, where he was the youngest person to perform. With the groups' appearance in the film "WOODSTOCK" & 1970 LP of the same name, their popularity became a worldwide phenomenon; he just kept rockin'
|663 ||Apr 30||Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio |
award-winning pianist, multi-genre singer/songwriter, arranger, bandleader, and performer. From New Orleans-style jazz and blues to rousing Americana and poignant folk narratives, Heather’s memorable live performances feature her virtuosity on piano, her bell-tone vocals, and her commanding yet playful stage presence while wielding a tenor banjo, melodica, or acoustic guitar. She performs both solo and with her acoustic trio, featuring Davy Sturtevant on strings/cornet and Shawn Nadeau on upright bass.
|664 ||May 07||Kate & Paul|
passionate and diversely dynamic songwriting team whose sound, driven by melody and emotion, ranges from progressive electric blues-rock to folk-pop/world-beat with a message, and manifested by powerful vocal harmonies, accompanied by cutting rhythm and solo guitar.
|589 ||May 14||Kim and Reggie Harris|
Consummate musicians and storytellers combine a strong folk and gospel legacy with a solid background in classical, rock, jazz and pop music. Creative curiosity, years of road and stage experience and interactions with performers such as Pete Seeger, Ysaye Barnwell, Jay Leno, Tom Paxton, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Harry Belafonte and others, has led them to produce music that entertains and inspires.
|590 ||May 21||Elm Treason|
Complex, manic, foreboding and smooth are just a small sample of the adjectives that one could muster to describe the sound resonating from this Staten Island, New York duo. They’ve been together since the Fall of 2010, originally intending to be an acoustic rock duo. However, in a relatively short period of time, they evolved from a team of mad musical basement noisemakers into a full-grown “lets-do-it-all-ourselves” musical dynamo.
Comcast Northwest & Central NJ2
3:30 PM Friday, Northwest Channel 21 & Central NJ2 Channel 280
Comcast Northwest NJ (Hunterdon County area) channel 21 operates in 23 NJ communities & Comcast Central NJ 2 (Ch. 280) operates in 53 NJ communities listed at hsnoi.blogspot.com
|644 ||Apr 28||Mindy Schmitt|
brings heart and spirit into her songwriting, soft and sweet one minute, with punching guitar rhythms and vocals the next. Her folk-rock style hints of influences such as Melissa Ferrick and the Indigo Girls, yet with a distinctive sound all her own. From her pop-punk roots of the early 90’s when she started to play music, she has since picked up an acoustic guitar and softened her approach, but without losing the flavors of all the genres she has loved along the way.
|646 ||May 05||Hank Stone|
has been writing songs for over forty years, but only started bringing them out to audiences in 2001. He quickly made a name for himself in the Long Island, New York music scene, has since recorded two CDs of his original tunes, and is now performing often, as a solo act and also with his band. Ralph says: "I love Hanks's songs!"
|647 ||May 12||Laurie Riley|
best known worldwide as a harpist, having toured and taught for over 20 years. Her music career began, however, as a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, dulcimer, banjo, bodhran; founded The Folk Project in 1971, toured w/ Frostwater in 70s. Taking up the harp in 1981, she toured for 10 years in duet and another 10 as a soloist. She has recorded over a dozen harp albums and is a respected author of numerous music-related books & instructional DVDs.
|648 ||May 19||Bob Cannon|
648) 8/18/16 6:30 - Raised in Charlottesville, VA, and Wilmington, DE, he has played from Maine to Florida with a stint in Nashville. He’s also pursued his career writing about music for magazines like Entertainment Weekly and Performing Songwriter. Now he has released his debut album, Unbreakable Heart, an incisive, witty collection about love, dreams, expectations, the working life—and the Three Stooges—that brings together eclectic Americana styles and the wry pop wit of Randy Newman.
|649 ||May 26||Bob Andrews Trio|
AKA Two Smart Guys and Bob consists of Bob Andrews on guitar and vocals, Peter Hagan, bass and vocals, and Dave Sherman lead guitar and vocals. The group features the original songs of Bob Andrews on a variety of subjects from humorous to poignant and all points in between.
|650 ||Jun 02||Claude Bourbon|
known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and Russian stylings into uncharted territories. Each year he plays more than 100 shows around the world. Claude has played countless venues, including Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Colne Great British & Blues Festival, Rock O'Z Arene, Avenches, Switzerland, among others
|232 ||Jun 09||Michael Jonathan|
return visit by Mousie, Kentucky's folk music proselytizer who was joined on his last album by Odetta, J.D. Crowe and Jean Ritchie
|233 ||Jun 16||Wry Toast|
trio playing folksy songs of FP's mild-mannered Luke Liddy, with Tom Delaney on slide guitar, and Jim Wright on mandolin & harmonies
|234 ||Jun 23||Barbara Hurley|
country singer-songwriter, NJ Folk Festival Song Contest finalist, choral director, music teacher, and a nice spirited gal
|235 ||Jun 30||Kate & Paul|
warm personalities, tight harmonies & stirling guitar work show off well-crafted melodies and lyrics by this husband & wife songwriting duo
|236 ||Jul 07||The Freight Hoppers|
giddy enthusiasm for the music percolates through this high energy old-timey quartet from North Carolina
|237 ||Jul 14||Phoenix Rising|
Andrea Brachfeld's mellow Latin jazz originals and fluid flute solos backed with groove solid performers on percussion and keyboard
|238 ||Jul 21||George Mann & Julius Margolin with Al Podber|
rabble-rousing labor movement music, a touching partnership with baby boomers & old-time organizer
|239 ||Jul 28||Pat Conte|
Curator of The Secret Museum of the Air, collector of rare instruments and obscure spooky tunes; see a banjo-fiddle!
|240 ||Aug 04||Three Citizens|
Citizen Kafka, John Sholle, and Bob Jones with some zany modernized old-timey music and slick playing
|241 ||Aug 11||Mary Sarah with Peter Olsen|
world music based originals for guitar and voice; *ambassador for peace through singing*
|242 ||Aug 18||Robin Greenstein|
super-talented, warm, funny acoustic musician and singer-songwriter
|243 ||Aug 25||Tom McCormack|
a wake-up call for prejudiced minds says Billboard; The stern nun told him: *Your mother, your therapist & God did a great job!*
Fargo Access Channel 12, Fargo, North Dakota on Cable One
6:30 PM Fridays & 3:00 PM Mondays
|424 ||Apr 28, May 01||Sonas|
Tina & Amy, fiddles; Margie, keyboard: Cape Breton style, trad. Irish/Scottish & all Celtic music; infectious, upbeat, foot-stomping reels, jigs & delicate airs.
|425 ||May 05, May 08||Maurice John Vaughn|
true Chicago blues original on guitar, sax & vocals, innovative & often humorous songs that spring directly from his experience.
|426 ||May 12, May 15||Donald Ray Johnson|
rhythm & blues songwriter, vocalist & drummer, was in *A Taste Of Honey,* 1st Afro-American Band presented w/ a *Grammy Award* for *Best New Artist*
|427 ||May 19, May 22||Julie Pasqual|
renaissance woman: modern dance, ballet, actress, clown (Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit), her storytelling uses all her skills, venues incl. Kennedy Center
|428 ||May 26, May 29||Normal Love|
unplugged set by Philly quintet (violin, 2 guitars, bass & drums) who rip thru hyper-complex original scores w/ influences from contemp. jazz & classical to heavy metal, dubbed *the next big thing* by Philly's Citypaper
|429 ||Jun 02, Jun 05||John Flynn|
powerful songs of humanity and hope, performances known for disarming honesty and humor; *might well be one of the greatest hidden treasures the Americana axis has...*
|430 ||Jun 09, Jun 12||Dave Rowe Trio|
w/ Ed Howe & Kevin O'Reilly make authentic Maine music, driven by lyrical fiddle melodies & hearty 3-part harmonies; a taste of Maine's music, humor & stories
|431 ||Jun 16, Jun 19||Laura Higgins|
A gifted and uncompromising artist, Laura's songs cannot be listened to passively. They grab your heart and force you to pay attention...her music and her story will touch you. -- Jamie Reno, Newsweek correspondent
|432 ||Jun 23, Jun 26||Siobhan Quinn & Michael Bowers|
in '07: Kerrville New Folk Finalists, Falcon Ridge Emerging Artists & NE, SW & Int'l Folk Alliance Formal Showcase Artists
|433 ||Jun 30, Jul 03||Blind Willies|
San Fran duo wowed us w/ unique sound singing orig. urban folk tales Fiddler Annie Staninec toured w/ David Grisman. Guitarist Alexei Wajchman, songwriter
|434 ||Jul 07, Jul 10||Ilusha Tsinadze|
honors Jazz Studies grad of Wm. Paterson U., plays classical, jazz, blues & other guitar styles; also, shares accordion music of his native Republic of Georgia
|435 ||Jul 14, Jul 17||Audrey Auld Mezera|
Music with the dirt left on, 'Americ-kinda' style -- traditional American country and folk influences with strong Australian roots.
|436 ||Jul 21, Jul 24||Robert Hill|
raised in N. Little Rock, AK, original Americana, Alt. Country & Roots music;1st place Americana/AAA 10th Annual Unisong Intern'l Songwriting Competition
|438 ||Jul 28, Jul 31||Eclectic Consort|
John & Kris Lamb & Andy Koenig (w/ cellist Liz Cabrera) play early music & more w/ dozens of strange instruments from Renaissance shawms & krumhorns to synthesizers.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN), New York City
2:30 PM Thursday on Time/Warner Cable Channel 56 & 1996, FIOS Channel 34 & RCN Cable Channel 83
Also broadcast via streaming video on the web at http://www.mnn.org/live/2-lifestyle-channel
|228 ||Apr 27||Scarlett Blue Duo|
vivacious Scarlett has toured internationally belting out blues, R & B and funk with Moon, master of the electric blues guitar
Service Electric Cable TV, Allentown, PA (airing in 84 towns)
9:30 PM Thursday, Channel 50
|603 ||Apr 27||Harry Noble & Jess Bardwell|
Folk Rock Americana duo; they've been in the Quimby Mountain Band for about 10 years now. Jesse will be singing lead vocals and playing mandolin. Harry will be playing guitar and singing harmony.
Harry's grandfather, Foster Noble was an old friend of mine & played on Show 25A taped 4/24/90!They help me out with my new song "The Best Stuff Ever"
|604 ||May 04||Two-Thirds Goat|
champion of metrobilly music in NYC, performed at SXSW 2013 & 2014; official artists at CMJ 2013. Last year, one of the top 10 bands out of over 3,500 in competition to perform in The Outlaw Roadshow at SXSW 2013; melding of alt-country, bluesy bluegrass and classic rock echo the core members' diverse roots: Annalyse descended directly from the infamous McCoys of Eastern Kentucky, and Ryan deeply rooted in the beach culture of southern N
|605 ||May 11||Ron Renninger|
superb picking & vocals woven w/ well-crafted, powerful songs (that draw on wealth of experience from fascinating, well-traveled life); wide range of genres
|606 ||May 18||Ted Yoder|
initially made a name for himself as the 2010 National Hammered Dulcimer Champion, but it was his tendency to take a popular or traditional song and 'Yoderize' it with his spectacularly unique use of the Hammered Dulcimer that really brought him to acclaim. When people hear a song they recognize, but with a sound they've never experienced, they stop and take noti
|607 ||May 25||Yankee Rebels|
together since the 1960's. Over the years they have won eight first prizes at Bluegrass Contests. The three founding members, Art Dekhayser on guitar, Les Bayer on banjo and Dave Bressler on mandolin are joined by Mark Farrell on fiddle and Allen Cohen on upright bass to recreate past triumphs and forge ahead with traditional style Bluegrass that sounds at home in the 21st century.
|608 ||Jun 01||Juggernaut String Band|
runs on a high octane blend of classic rock, bluegrass and Mardi Gras party tunes seasoned with Pete's originals; Uncle Pete Tawny rocks the banjo and fiddle, joined by Cat Burbage on world drum kit, rubboard, spoons and vocals, (sometimes all at once), and Dave the Rave Larrison on bass.
|610 ||Jun 08||Mulebone|
Highwire Act Roots Blues Duo: Hugh Pool plays guitars, harmonica, boot board and sings, all with a mouth full of whiskey and a giant heart. John Ragusa on conch shell, Jews harp, cornet, all manner of flutes, tin whistle, and chimes in on the harmony vocals;
|628 ||Jun 15||Stuart Fuchs|
multi instrumentalist, recording artist, sound healer, and an innovative and compassionate teacher. He is a lifelong minstrel and plays a wide variety of styles of music on acoustic guitar and ukulele including folk, classical, jazz, rock, avant garde, sacred and world music. He also plays Latin percussion, Bolivian charango, Australian didjeridoo, Native American flute, Tibetan singing bowls, and yes - hunting calls and amplified toys
|645 ||Jun 22||Reggie Harris & Pat Wictor|
Reggie is an accomplished writer and singer whose vast knowledge of the songs of human & civil rights has made him one of the top song-leaders in the tradition. Pat burst on the acoustic music scene as an innovative slide guitarist known for fresh interpretations of trad. & contemp. songs, acclaimed singer-songwriter and a sought-after collaborator. For these veteran musicians and friends, their artistry & skill is heightened by years of collaboration and trust.
|393 ||Jun 29||Mary Flower|
Unassuming blues heroine... one of the nation's premier fingerstyle blues guitarists.--All Music Guide to the Blues
|395 ||Jul 06||Jonathan Byrd|
2003 saw his 2nd CD *The Waitress* and he won the prestigious New Folk competition in Kerrville, TX & set CD sales records there
|396 ||Jul 13||Danny Schmidt|
perhaps the best new songwriter...in the last 15 years... iconoclastic style sets him apart...yet quite accessible. Sing Out!
|397 ||Jul 20||Open Book|
songwriters Michele Rubin & Rick Gedney *masterful mix of instruments & the finest country/folk/rock harmonies since the Everly Bros.* Acoustic Live in NYC
|399 ||Jul 27||Dust Poets|
light-hearted Canadian acoustic folk-pop 5-piece, known for hot pickin', genre-bending originals of Murray D. Evans & extraordinary 4-part harmonies
|400 ||Aug 03||Rowan Brothers|
Chris & Lorin (Their more famous brother is Peter.) Sandie: *Great early classic rock feel, fun, funny awesome harmonies, solid musicians.*
|402 ||Aug 10||Sean Harkness|
speaks the language of guitars -- as a solo Artist on Windham Hill, with 22 years experience as sideman & 6 years as a Luthier's assistant
|404 ||Aug 17||Pamela Wyn Shannon & Lisa Gutkin|
singer-songwriter-guitarist plays * Celtic-influenced folk* w/ fiddler of Klezmatics & celtic band, Whirligig
|405 ||Aug 24||Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies|
best known for his songs describing the mining culture, society and people of his native Northeast England
|406 ||Aug 31||Michael Young|
composer & fingerstyle guitarist on 6 & 12-string; driving rhythm & groove, innovative fretwork, compelling compositions to soulful ballads.
BPN (Brooklyn Public Network) channel 1
Tuesdays, 12:30 PM on Time Warner 34; Cablevision 67; RCN 82; Verizon 42;
Also streams via https://iframe.dacast.com/b/37979/c/59738
ch 77, same schedule as Cablevision Morris in Alpine, Bergenfield, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Emerson, Fair Lawn, Harrington Park, Haworth, Hillsdale, New Milford, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan, Oradell, Paramus, Rivervale, Rockleigh,
Saddle River, Tenafly, Woodcliff Lake
Ch 76, same schedule as Morris in Allendale, Bloomingdale, Bogota, Butler, Cedar Grove, Clifton, Elmwood Park, Franklin Lakes, Garfield, Glen Rock, Hackensack, Hasbrouck Heights, Hawthorne, Ho Ho Kus, Kinnelon, Lincoln Park, Little Falls, Lodi, , Maywood,
Montville, Midland Park, North Caldwell, North Haledon, Nutley, Oakland, Park Ridge, Passaic, Pequannock, Pompton Lakes, Prospect Park, Ramsey, Ridgewood, Ringwood, Riverdale, River Edge, Rochelle Park, Saddle Brook, South Hackensack, Teaneck, Totowa, etc.