Folk Espresso

Folk Espresso, early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

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Folk Espresso on 06/16/14

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Mon, 06/16/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/09/14

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Mon, 06/09/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/02/14

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Mon, 06/02/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/26/14

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Mon, 05/26/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/19/14

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Mon, 05/19/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/12/14

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Mon, 05/12/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/05/14

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Mon, 05/05/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 04/28/14

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Mon, 04/28/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 04/21/14

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Mon, 04/21/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 04/14/14

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Mon, 04/14/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Playlists

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/23/2012

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Folk Espresso
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04/23/2012
ArtistTitleAlbum
Brooks RobertsonEiffel TowerInto the Trees
Yves MontandLe Gamin de ParisChansons Francaises
Edith PiafSous le Ciel de Paris30e Anniversaire
Gillian WelchThe Way It GoesThe Harrow & The Harvest
Steve EarleColorado GirlTownes
Dave Carter & Tracy GrammerHard to Make ItLittle Blue Egg
The LovebirdsBeautifulNutsy Pants
Ben HowardOld PineEvery Kingdom
Mary Z. CoxSally AnnVintage Banjo
Tim O'BrienYou Ate the AppleChicken & Egg
Roxanne PotvinMagic RainbowsPlay
The Blackberry Bushes StringbandApril ShowersCrow
Justin Robinson and the Mary AnnettesBonfire (Bones for Tinder)Bones for Tinder
Martin SextonFall Like RainFall Like Rain
Stephanie DavisJust a Cup of CoffeeCrocus in the Snow
The Bee EatersCumulusOddFellows Road
William Coulter and Barry PhillipsGood Evening, My Friends / Mount Lebanon MarchMusic on the Mountain
Padam PadamPadam PadamSelf-Titled CD
Bill EvansThey Say You're Never Lonely in LouisvilleIn Good Company
Lou & Peter BerrymanDoes Your Dog Agonize?The Universe: 14 Examples
Merlin SniderDrink of YouRight Here
The Bee EatersPetersburg InterludeOddFellows Road

Dear Listeners,

It was FUN-FUN to pop into a couple of my favorite independent record stores on Saturday as they and their happy customers celebrated Record Store Day.  Love live lovers (and bringers) of music!  I have an armload of new CDs to share with you, including some that are new to me:  Ben Howard and Justin Robinson of Carolina Chocolate Drops fame.  Plus I picked up some new work from old favorites:  The Lovebirds (so sweet!), Bill Evans, Martin Sexton, and Gillian Welch.  I look forward to introducing you to the best tracks of these delightful gems.

Keep your dial tuned right here...and we early-morning DJs will keep you right happy....

Musically yours,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/02/2012

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04/02/2012
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Cathy Fink and Marcy MarxerFool's GoldPostcardsCommunity Music - 2:56
Jay Cobb AndersonI'm A Rambler I'm A FoolI'm A Rambler I'm A FoolSelf-Released - 1:36
Patti CaseyA Fool Like ThatThe Heart of a Waiting BoyLong Shot Music (Montpelier, Vermont) - 4:17
Harry Manx and Kevin BreitShip of FoolsIn Good We TrustStony Plain Records - 4:25
John Roy ZatStarlight RiverCollaborationsFlyin' Bayou Publishing - 3:25
The LovebirdsOh MyDemo CDSelf-Released - 2:50
The Shook TwinsTime to SwimWindowSelf-Released - 4:39
Bill Morrissey23rd StreetSomething I Saw Or Thought I SawRounder Records - 3:46
SpringhouseUnder My SkinColvilleSelf-Released - 3:40
Martin SimpsonHard LoveSmoke & MirrorsThunderbird Records - 5:05
Kenny WhiteOne Step UpUninvited Guestmvp music ascap - 3:00
Y La BambaCourt the StormCourt the StormTender Loving Empire - 5:11
First Aid KitBlueThe Lion's RoarWichita Recordings/Jagadamba - 3:07
Cheryl WheelerHolding OnPointing at the SunDias Records - 3:55
Kate IsenbergView of the OceanGold Rush TownThree Roads Records - 4:12
Mark LemhouseSalemThe Great American Yard SaleYellow Dog Records - 3:43
John PrineAw HeckThe Singing Mailman DeliversOh Boy Records - 1:33
Kenny WhiteWho's Gonna Be the OneComfort in the StaticWild Flower Records - 4:18
Lincoln's BeardFortune Be With YouOur American CousinSelf-Released - 2:42
Lucy KaplanskyIt Ain't Me, BabeA Nod to BobRed House Records - 4:18
Mike + RuthyRomance in the DarkThe NYC EPHumble Abode Music - 2:22
Jay Cobb AndersonThere's Gotta Be a ReasonI'm A Rambler I'm A FoolSelf-Released - 2:57

Dear Listeners,

I say this over and over, with utter amazement every time:  we live in city of musical riches that has no compare.  So much talent living here, moving here, or traveling through here.  My life is so much fuller for all these voices.  Please join me at an upcoming live concert--be it at a big acoustically perfect venue or the local farmer's market.  Show your appreciation to those creative people among us without whom life would be empty.

Musically yours,

Diane

 

Folk Espresso playlist for 03/19/2012

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03/19/2012
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Great WildernessMiles of TreesRest
Elephant RevivalBarefoot FriendBreak in the Clouds
Joy Kills SorrowSuch Sweet AlarmsThis Unknown Science
Johnny CashWe'll Meet AgainAmerican IV: The Man Comes Around`
Steve WackerSoftware Blues StompShadows and Grace
The Wailin' JennysSwallowFirecracker
The TallboysFarewell to TrionPickathon Roots Music Festival - 2004
Martha ScanlanTen Thousand CharmsThe West Was Burning
Danny BarnesGet It While You CanDirt On the Angel
Neko CaseVengeance Is SleepingMiddle Cyclone
Mark LemhouseEdwin's LamentBig Lonesome Radio
Trash Can JoeI Used to Fool AroundPickathon Roots Music Festival - 2006
Shook TwinsShine OnWindow
Y La BambaPonce PilatoCourt the Storm
Jenn RawlingBig Old LakeTake the Air
Mike + RuthyMy New York CityThe NYC EP
KGBSunny DayThe Red Light of Evening
The Blackberry BushesRustLittle Bit of Grace
Obray RamseyRain and SnowThe Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead
Dave MorrisonSome BirdsShout at the Moon
Pancake BreakfastStick That PinThe 3 EP Collection

Dear Listeners,

Ah yes, my muse come from a variety of sources.  The weather for one.  As I put my playlist together yesterday it rained...hard...and snowed.....hard...and then the sun came out....hard.  Well, if that didn't serve to inspire me for a set of songs:  Rain and Snow, Rust, and Sunny Day.  Then I heard that our neighbors to the south are celebrating the return of the swallows to Mission San Juan Capistrano today, so I dug out that lovely tune from The Wailin' Jennys:  Swallow.  And that wonderful roots music festival that we all look forward to every year, Pickathon, inspired not one, but two sets of music:  performers who have been there in past years and a few who are coming this year.  I hope you enjoyed all the new music I brought you this morning, too!

Musically yours,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 03/05/2012

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03/05/2012
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Ry CooderNo Hard FeelingsPull Up Some Dust and Sit Down
She & HimYou Really Got a Hold On MeVolume One
David Bromberg with John HiattRide On Out A WaysUse Me
Van Dyke ParksThe Note of HopeThe Note of Hope
Arlo GuthrieLast TrainThe Best of Arlo Guthrie
Ramblin' Jack Elliott with Arlo GuthrieRiding Down the CanyonFriends of MIne
Dan WeberHank and JesusAsh and Bone
Civil WarsI've Got This FriendBarton Hollow
DawesMoon in the WaterNothing Is Wrong
Y La BambaSquawkCourt the Storm
First Aid KitEmmylouThe Lion's Roar
Johnny FlynnLost and FoundBeen Listening
Loch LomondElephants & Little GirlsLittle Me Will Start A Storm
The WaybacksSavannahLoaded
Mollie O'Brien & Rich MooreEverything I've GotSaints & Sinners
Neil PearlmanMill Mill OCoffee & The Mojo Hat
FruitionLeaving Home SundaeSelf-Titled
The Stagger & SwayKeep It To YourselfBreak Til You Bend
The Portland MegabandWagon Wheel / Crook Brothers / Kitchen GirlA Beneficial Tradition
Dear Listeners, You heard a nice set of music this morning (well, you heard it if you were up before 6...). I did a little set related to Woody Guthrie--the 100th anniversary of his birth is this year (July 14th, to be exact), so I played the title track off a tribute album that was recently released. The musicians on the album worked with Guthrie's daughter, Nora, to set music to his words. The piece I played was an instrumental by Van Dyke Parks. Here are the words by Woody that inspired the song: The note of hope is the only note That can keep us from falling to the bottom of the heap of evolution Because, largely, about all a human being is anyway Is just, a hoping machine. I hope you enjoyed the show this morning. Musically yours, Diane PS: Jeff and I are switching shows later this month. I'll be back on March 19 (with a spot of Johnny Cash for Bill!) and Jeff will cover me for my Fourth Monday show.

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/27/2012

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02/27/2012
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Duncan ChisholmChro Chinn t-saileThe Door of Saints
Patti CaseyPrayerThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Mother BanjoLying Down with SinnersStray Songs
Greg BrownSomeday HouseFreak Flag
Martha ScanlanWalkin'The West Was Burning
Lauren SheehanLittle Bird of HeavenRose City Ramble
The Shinkle BandCalifornia StarsSelf-Titled CD
Jaime RT and Andy HillhouseQuantum CurrySpark
Steve CheseboroughYour Biscuits Are Big Enough for MeHam Hocks & Gravy
Edgar Meyer & Chris ThileHam and CheeseSelf-Titled CD
Johnny EdsonWaitin' for the Water to BoilMore Than Friends
Dave MorrisonQuartzsiteA Little Farther Down the Line
Anne WeissDay of CelebrationPortland Folk
Berkley HartStir It UpLas Vegas
The Avett BrothersTen Thousand WordsI And Love And You
The Carolina Chocolate DropsHit'em Up StyleGenuine Negro Jig
Dave MatthewsSo Damn LuckySome Devil
The Blackberry BushesI'm On FireLittle Bit of Grace
George Chudacoff with Mary Rondthaler, Peter Schwimmer, and Laura QuigleyPut Me on the Trail to CarolinaUnfinished Business
Greenfield Dance BandConnaughtman's Rambles / Shandon Bells / Over the CausewayHigh Clouds

Dear Listeners,

Thanks for tuning in this morning!  I hope you were chowin' down on breakfast when the food set hit--it was all designed to aid digestion.

Keep your dial right here at KBOO and we'll take care of whatever ails you.

Cheerily,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/27/2012

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02/27/2012
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Duncan ChisholmChro Chinn t-saileThe Door of Saints
Patti CaseyPrayerThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Mother BanjoLying Down with SinnersStray Songs
Greg BrownSomeday HouseFreak Flag
Martha ScanlanWalkin'The West Was Burning
Lauren SheehanLittle Bird of HeavenRose City Ramble
The Shinkle BandCalifornia StarsSelf-Titled CD
Jaime RT and Andy HillhouseQuantum CurrySpark
Steve CheseboroughYour Biscuits Are Big Enough for MeHam Hocks & Gravy
Edgar Meyer & Chris ThileHam and CheeseSelf-Titled CD
Johnny EdsonWaitin' for the Water to BoilMore Than Friends
Dave MorrisonQuartzsiteA Little Farther Down the Line
Anne WeissDay of CelebrationPortland Folk
Berkley HartStir It UpLas Vegas
The Avett BrothersTen Thousand WordsI And Love And You
The Carolina Chocolate DropsHit'em Up StyleGenuine Negro Jig
Dave MatthewsSo Damn LuckySome Devil
The Blackberry BushesI'm On FireLittle Bit of Grace
George Chudacoff with Mary Rondthaler, Peter Schwimmer, and Laura QuigleyPut Me on the Trail to CarolinaUnfinished Business
Greenfield Dance BandConnaughtman's Rambles / Shandon Bells / Over the CausewayHigh Clouds

Dear Listeners,

Thanks for tuning in this morning!  I hope you were chowin' down on breakfast when the food set hit--it was all designed to aid digestion.

Keep your dial right here at KBOO and we'll take care of whatever ails you.

Cheerily,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/20/2012

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02/20/2012
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Baba DjanTouba Fama KeTrance Planet, Volume 2
Koo NimoMainlineBest of African Singer/Songwriters
Ali Farka Toure and Ry CooderGomniTalking Timbuktu
Cathy Fink & Marcy MarxerArrange and RearrangePostcards
Martin SimpsonRicoRighteousness & Humidity
Patrick McGinleyOrdinary ManRecorded Life
Creighton LindsayLet the Good Times Roll CreoleRound by Round
Peggy LoweLouisiana BreezePortland Folk
David BrombergLevee Camp MoanTry Me One More Time
Steve GoodmanCity of New OrleansArtistic Hair
Doc WatsonSpikedriver BluesJean Ritchie and Doc Watson at Folk City
Abigail WashburnLast TrainCity of Refuge
Mike and RuthySlow TrainWaltz of the Chickadee
Andina and RichLet'em Eat MooseTwo Guitars, A Dulcimer and An Attitude
Billy Bragg & WilcoChrist for PresidentMermaid Avenue
Steppin' In ItMr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)Simple Tunes for Troubled Times
Jay Cobb AndersonSweet MoonlightI'm a Rambler I'm a Fool
Jon and RoyIt's Gonna Be FineHomes
Blvd. ParkAin't Gonna Be EasyPark Here No Parking
Mike EcksteinLluvia del SurFar West Day Dream

Dear Listeners,

I'm happy to be sitting in for Jeff this morning while he's out gallivantin' about.  I hope faithful listeners of his show found something to enjoy among my selections this morning.

I opened the show with a set of terrific music from Guinea, Ghana, and Mali.  That was to honor my sweet little niece, Taylor, who just arrived in her new home in a tiny village in Ghana--beginning her two-year stint in the Peace Corps.  I'm one helluva proud aunt...

Threw in some Mardi Gras music, a train set, and music touching on themes presidential (it is President's Day afterall!).  I hope you caught the lyrics to Let'em Eat Moose.....too funny!

Keep listening....and thanks for keeping up your support of this magical radio station.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/06/2012

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02/06/2012
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Dan WeberTake the Central Georgia HomeAsh and Bone
Great WildernessHeliumRest
John NelsonWaltz IndigoVagabond
Dan WeberThree WishesAsh and Bone
Kris DelmhorstMagicCars
Ali MarcusWapatoThe Great Migration
Fleet FoxesBattery KinzieHelplessness Blues
Dan WeberLIVE IN THE STUDIO!

 Dear Listeners,

Thrilled to have Dan Weber in the studio with me this morning for a live performance!  So early for a musician!  Ya know, a LOT of people conspire to bring you terrific music through KBOO, with no thought at all of remuneration.  Please show all of them how much you appreciate their efforts and become a member of this valuable and vibrant resource:  KBOO!

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 01/23/2012

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Mark LemhouseYou Can't Get That Stuff No MoreBig Lonesome Radio
The Bee EatersD Over EverythingSelf-Titled CD
Patti CaseySpread Joy Over This LandThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Dave MorrisonStill An Hour OutShout at the Moon
Haris BlackwoodDry SpellFalling Up
Andina and RichMudballTwo Guitars, A Dulcimer and an Attitude
Django Reinhardt & Stephane GrappelliNuagesThe Ultimate Collection
Iris DeMentTroublesome WatersMy Life
Doc WatsonDeep River BluesDoc Watson
Blvd ParkWho I AmIn the Parlor
John StandeferYou Took Advantage of MeTicket Home
Colleen RaneyBroom of the CowdenknowesLark
Bill Evans & Megan LynchNorthern SkyLet's Do Something...
Betsy Branch and Mark DouglassHumours of TrimPicassiette
Danny BarnesOoh La LaDirt on the Angel
Pancake BreakfastPortlandTownUSADemo CD
Lincoln's BeardBefore You Walked InBrothers Grace
Great WildernessThere's A Certain Slant of LightRest
Dan WeberSarah AnnDemo CD
Bill Evans & Megan LynchSleeping LadyLet's Do Something...

Dear Listeners,

What a total treat it is to debut yet another great song on my show--this time the latest fun ditty from local favorites, Pancake Breakfast.  Keep your ears open for gigs from these guys--they're a kick in the pants in concert!

Hey, I'm playing lots of other terrific music this morning, including tunes related to, uh, well, um, rain, deep rivers, mudballs, and troubled waters.  I trust you know where those came from...

Lotsa local music, too--so much talent here!  Colleen Raney, Betsy Branch, Mark Douglass, John Standefer, Haris Blackwood, Blvd Park, Lincoln's Beard, Great Wilderness, and a new favorite of mine, Dan Weber.  Listen in again on Monday, February 6, when I have Dan in the studio to give us a live performance.  I, for one, can't wait!

Please give some thought to supporting your community radio station--this is your voice--lift it up!

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 01/02/2012

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Garnet RogersNight DriveAll That Is
Laura VeirsI Can See Your TracksJuly Flame
Steppin' In ItBreak of DaySimple Tunes for Troubled Times
William Lee EllisRose HillConqueroo
Colleen RaneyPatrick StreetLark
Ry CooderI Think It's Going to Work Out FineBop Till You Drop
Mary FlowerGoin' to Sit Down on the Banks of the RiverMisery Loves Company
JJ Cale and Eric ClaptonRide the RiverThe Road to Escondido
The Stagger & SwayRiver RoadBreak Til You Bend
Dave Van RonkSprig of ThymeInside Dave Van Ronk
Elephant RevivalWhat Is Time?Break in the Clouds
Hacienda BrothersNo Time to WasteSelf-Titled CD
Mike and RuthyAll the TimeThe Honeymoon Agenda
Billy Bragg & WilcoSomeday Some Morning SometimeMermaid Avenue, Vol. II
Tom WaitsClosing TimeClosing Time
Dave MorrisonLong, Long HaulShout at the Moon
The Civil WarsI Want You BackBarton Hollow
Joni LaurenceMeet Your MateTrashbag Birdie
Anne WeissFallConcrete World and the Lover's Dream
Steve CheseboroughKind Hearted WomanHam Hocks & Gravy
Lauren SheehanOh, the CandymanRose City Ramble
The Blackberry BushesYou're In Love With MeLittle Bit of Grace

Dear Listeners,

My warmest wishes for a musical 2012--and believe me, wishes don't get any better than ones for more music in your life.  I'm bringing you a whole stackful of my favorites this morning in an effort to usher your new year in with just the right tone.  There's a set or two more or less related to "time" since at this time of year, the passing of time is on our minds, and one with a river theme as I resolve to get in a big dose of river kayaking this year--so good for the soul.

Gosh, I hope you're enjoying this!

Musically,

Diane

 

Comments

Regards from Puerto Rico

OK..so I got my Outlook reminder for 9:30am local time and thanks to Diane, I'll be a first time listener today. Look forward to today's program.

Great week to all!

Kind Regards,
Claudio Rivera
Juncos, PR
 

Fruition

let's hear some Fruition! www.myspace.com/fruitionstringband 

re: new music

Hey there - I love this show, can't really get by without it!

I want to just share some music I really think could be included here, if you haven't heard:

Eddi Reader - formerly with Fairground Attraction, legendary Scottish singer whose Songs of Robert Burns changed the way people heard these songs and established her as living treasure in Scotland. Her new album Love is the Way is gaining raves in the UK. Myspace.com/eddireader - you can hear some samples.

Kate Rusby - probably Britain's most important young folk singer - Awkward Annie is her most recent album and astonishing since she writes most of the material herself. Chris Thile and Eddi Reader are both featured artists on the album. www.katerusby.com.

It would be wonderful to see them here in the US, but just getting them on the radio would be a start!

Thanks and keep up the awesome music!

Doug Smith

Hi Diane,

I'm listening to your show and was pleasantly surprised to hear our pal, Doug, doing "Anything Goes". I'll have to tell him he got some airtime when I see him next. Your voice sounds great on the air and your playlist rocks! Keep up the very good work, my friend! Tell the management they need to give you a raise.

;-)

Diane Hunt

This is Randy from Colorado, and I *loved* the show! Quirky mix of music is just right to start my day out right. Diane, when are you going to teach me how to contra dance?

Thank You

Dear Randy,

Yikes! Only today did I see your kind email from September 22 that you left on the KBOO website. I wasn't expecting any "fan mail" here at kboo.fm so I didn't thing to check...until a friend told me about the hundreds, nay, thousands of emails piling up at this website all about my show. Oddly enough, only one (yours) was positive. All the others said something to the effect of "what the *&^!%&# is SHE doing on this venerable radio station!"

That's ok.

I can take it.

So, Mr. Randy, you liked my quirky music? Hope you heard my show yesterday morning (October 27). It, too, was filled with a wide variety of, uh, good stuff. I'm on again on Monday, November 24th. I do hope you'll tune in. I'll play a randy tune, just for you.

I'm pretty big into contradancing, so I have made it my mission to play at least one contra tune each show. Next time you swing through P-Town, I'll give you a lesson. You won't ever be the same again...

Um, is this my friend who goes by the name of Randy in Colorado? You know, the Randy with the beautiful wife and the two red-headed kids? If so, thanks, my friend. If not, you, stranger Randy, have just finaigled yourself into the most elite fan club on Earth...

Warm regards,
Diane Hunt, DJ
Folk Espresso - KBOO
Portland, Oregon

8/18/08 Folk Esspreso show new DJ

I listen to your station ocasionally and enjoy it. I particularily enjoyed this mornings Folk Espresso show and the new DJ Diane Hunt. She is interesting and articulate and did great on her debut!!

give her KUDO's and tell her Contra Dancing Music is fine, fine stuff.

-GR

 

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