Sam’s gonna be back in the studio with us this week at 7:00! It’s been almost a year since the last time, so it’s probably safe again by now. He’s promised to bring his guitar, and he let it spill that he’s written a jingle for WOOL so we’ll be sure to strangle that out of him.
As (almost) always, it’s an open studio so feel free to drop in. If you’re a musician, bring your music thing and back him up; if you’re an aficionado, bring your aficio and clap along.
WOOL-FM 91.5 around here, streaming from www.wool.fm over there, studio’s at 33 Bridge St in Bellows Falls, phone number’s 802-460-9665 ext 100, showtime’s 7:00 PM on Wednesday.
Every now and then I manage to scrape a show together that’s a really good monster. This week’s will be one of those. Seriously, catch it if you can. A conversation with David Olney will kick it off – that’s right, the big-deal Nashville songer who’s written with and been covered by Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Steve Young, Del McCoury, and the list goes on.
And then in the second hour, I’m trotting out that super-fun in-studio with Hungrytown from just over a year ago. It’s time to soak in that wide-ranging good time again.
Here’s the thing: David Olney, with bassist Daniel Seymour, plus Hungrytown are performing in Wardsboro VT on July 22. And, amazingly, it’s a paltry $10 ticket. Yow. I think that has a lot to do with Wardsboro Curtain Call, the fine people mounting this show, being an all-volunteer effort. Much like your favorite community radio station, WOOL-FM. Find details about the show at www.wardsborocurtaincall.net