Folk Espresso

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Folk Espresso on 07/07/14

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Mon, 07/07/2014 - 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 06/30/14

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Mon, 06/30/2014 - 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 06/23/14

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Mon, 06/23/2014 - 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 06/16/14

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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.

Playlists

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/04/2011

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04/04/2011
ArtistTitleAlbum
Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck, and Mike MarshallIn the GardenUncommon Ritual
Chris KokeshPlanting a Garden in OctoberOctober Valentine
Darol Anger, Richard Greene, and Michael KottWillow Garden FantasyDiary of a Fiddler
The Kossoy SistersDown in a Willow GardenBowling Green
Bruce MolskyThe Golden Willow TreeSoon Be Time
Little SueWillow TreeChimneys & Fishes
John StandeferThe Water is WideTicket Home
Brian CuteanTheme from Handpainted SchoolGuitarred and Feathered
Doug SmithSpringtimeGuitar Parts
Greg BrownPoet GameIn the Hills of California
The Great Bear TrioHumors of Whiskey / The ButterflySelf-Titled
Betsy Branch and Mark DouglassHumours of TrimPicassiette
Elephant RevivalPoint of YouBreak in the Clouds
Eliza GilkysonLove Minus Zero / No LimitA Nod to Bob
The SoftiesCount to TenSelf-Titled
Patty Larkin and Jonatha BrookeOnly One25
Jon and Roy947Homes
BeausoleilCajun Telephone StompCajun Conja
Hacienda BrothersSeven Little NumbersSelf-Titled
Martin SextonAmerica the BeautifulBlack Sheep
Pendarvis Farm FrogsFrog SongChurch of the Get Down

Dear Listeners,

It was great fun for me to put today's show together for you!  A calendar of holidays was my muse.  There are many celebrations throughout April so I built a set around most of them.  You heard music related to National Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Poetry Month, National Humor Month (I had to stretch the meaning of the word "humor" for the songs for this one...), National Mathematics Education Month, Keep America Beautiful Month, and yes, that all-time favorite, National Frog Month!  Why, we even heard a set of music related to the telephone insofar as on this day in 1877 the first home phone was installed.  Sorry I couldn't find a song to commemorate National Welding Month--it wasn't for lack of trying...

Keep your dial tuned to KBOO...and keep celebrating!

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 03/28/2011

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03/28/2011
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Ali Farka Toure and Ry CooderSoukoraTalking Timbuktu
Hayley SalesAnywhere But HomeWhen the Bird Became a Book
Lincoln's BeardFortune Be With YouSelf-Titled
Loch LomondAlice with Stockings and EarringsLittle Me Will Start A Storm
Mike and RuthyA Head Is Better Than A LegThe Honeymoon Agenda
Mike and RuthyAnother Dawn Another DayWaltz of the Chickadee
JJ Cale and Eric ClaptonWho Am I Telling You?The Road to Escondido
Cathy Fink and Marcy MarxerLong Time Travelin'Postcards
Dan KaplanAi DuBus Window
Bill MorrisseyRobert JohnsonThe Essential Collection
Mary Flower and Pat DonohueArkansas RambleInstrumental Breakdown
The WaybacksSavannahLoaded
Patti CaseyGander in the StubbleThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Tom WaitsTake It With MeMule Variations
Old Crow Medicine ShowWagon WheelAmericana
Big BandemoniumFading Light / Joy of My LifeThe Big Band
Patti CaseySpread Joy Over This LandThe Heart of a Waiting Boy
Greg BrownSay A Little PrayerIn the Hills of California
Asylum Street SpankersLast Mile of the WayGod's Favorite Band
PortastaticTremolo ChaseWho Loves the Sun

Dear Listeners,

Landed upon the latest release from Patti Casey called The Heart of a Waiting Boy so you got to hear two tracks from her this morning.  Nice, eh?!  Patti hails from Vermont....and we all know, lotsa good things come outta that fine state.  To even things out a bit, I brought you several local musicians, too:  Loch Lomond, Lincoln's Beard, and Mary Flower.

Hey, I've got something very fun brewing for next Monday's Folk Espresso show!  Be sure to tune in--you'll like it!

As always, thanks for listening....and for supporting your community radio station.

Warmly,
Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 03/07/2011

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Mike + RuthyThat's What I Call LoveMillion to One
William Lee EllisShe Conquered the ConquerooShe Conquered the Conqueroo
Winifred HoranThe Princess and the FrogJust One Wish
Loch LomondWater in AstoriaLittle Me Will Start a Storm
Kelly Joe PhelpsRiver Rat JimmyShine Eyed Mister Zen
The WiyosJack and BooneSelf-Titled
Haris BlackwoodGulf Coast HighwayGentle Ride
The Stagger & SwayKeep It To YourselfBreak Til You Bend
Jon and RoyCuban BHomes
Winifred HoranThe Sparkling Fairy / Taro's Blue EyeJust One Wish
Hayley SalesSomeplace, NowhereWhen the Bird Became a Book
Mike + RuthyAs My Eyes Run WildMillion to One
Lucy Wainwright RocheBridge8 Songs
The Portland MegabandSwords into Ploughshares / The Green Apple Quickstep / The Battle of WaterlooA Beneficial Tradition
Eden BrentFried ChickenMississippi Number One
Steve CheseboroughLove With a FeelingFetch It!
The WiyosNumber NineSelf-Titled
Abigail WashburnDivine BellCity of Refuge
Iris DeMentCalling for YouMy Life
Tom GranataLove and Maple SyrupLeft Foot Lightfoot

Dear Listeners,

I'm enjoying the music of folk-rock duo Mike + Ruthy so you got hear two tracks from their latest CD this morning.  They have a great sound and it's gonna be fun to see them in concert at Mississippi Studios on March 23.  You might put that on your calendar, too...

You also heard from Loch Lomond's and The Stagger & Sway's new releases this morning.  And from Hayley Sales' new release.  And from Jon and Roy's new release.  And from Abigail Washburn's brand new release.  Yowza.  It was a morning of things fresh and new.  Woo-hoo!

Keep on listenin', folks!

Yours in good music,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/28/2011

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Eden BrentTrouble in MindMississippi Number One
The Handsome FamilyLake GenevaMilk and Scissors
Lucinda WilliamsBus to Baton RougeEssence
Robin and Linda WilliamsWhippoorwillDeeper Waters
Alasdair Fraser and Natalie HaasSalamancaIn the Moment
Tony LuccaAnchoredRendezvous with the Angels
Eric ClaptonWhen You Got a Good FriendMe and Mr. Johnson
David Hidalgo and Louie PerezCure for LoveThe Long Goodbye
Eric Clapton and JJ CaleHeads in GeorgiaThe Road to Escondido
Patty GriffinAll Creatures of Our God and KingDowntown Church
Chris CottonGoin' Back HomeI Watched the Devil Die
Joni LaurenceTrashbag BirdieTrashbag Birdie
Big BandemoniumEvil DianeThe Big Bang
William Lee EllisNorthern LightsConqueroo
Hayley SalesMore Than You KnowWhen the Bird Became a Book
The Stagger & SwayWyomingBreak Til You Bend
Mark LemhouseTappin' That ThingBig Lonesome Radio
Loch LomondWater BellsLittle Me Will Start a Storm
Pancake BreakfastBalloon in the SkySelf-Titled
Hayley SalesSimple SongWhen the Bird Became a Book
Harrt ManxThe Unspoken QuestBread and Buddha

Dear Listeners,

I couldn't resist.  Saw Clapton in Seattle on Saturday (lucky me!) and just had to play a couple tracks from him.  Sandwiched that set with David Hidalgo and Louie Perez of Los Lobos since that band opened for EC.  If you're going to be at the Rose Garden tonight, hold on to your hat.  You're in for a real treat.

Hey, didja see that Loch Lomond just released their latest CD last week?  It's great!  I'm gonna play the only instrumental on the disc--a pretty tune called Water Bells.  And I'm still diggin' the new CD from the Eugene band, The Stagger & Sway, called Break Til You Bend.  Just love that title.  Finally, another new one, and VERY nice, is the CD called When the Bird Became a Book from Hayley Sales.  You want this one in your collection...

Keep listening, friends!

Yours,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 02/07/2011

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Mark LemhouseNever MeThe Great American Yard Sale
Anonymous 4PalmettoGloryland
Terry RobbFare Thee Well BluesResting Place
Dar WilliamsFebruaryMany Great Companions
Tony LuccaUndertowRendezvous with the Angels
Eden BrentIf I Can'tAin't Got No Troubles
John StandeferA Thing Called LoveTicket Home
William Lee EllisPerfect Ones Who BreakGod's Tattoos
Mary FlowerRhythm of the RoadBridges
Harry ManxDon't Forget to Miss MeWise and Otherwise
Tracy GrammerTravis JohnBook of Sparrows
Patrick McGinleyHeroesRecorded Life
Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck, and Mike MarshallBig CountryUncommon Ritual
Gordon BokThe Cocky at BungareeTurning Toward the Morning
Asylum Street SpankersWalkin' and Whistlin' BluesSpanks for the Memories
Mike EcksteinHow DoFar West Day Dream
The Stagger & SwayArpeggioBreak Til You Bend
Steve Earle and The Fairfield FourValentine's DayLive from Mountain Stage
Barbecue BobBeggin' for LoveMessed Up in Love...And Other Tales of Woe
Brian CuteanCall Me a CabGuitarred & Feathered

Dear Listeners,

It was fun premiering The Stagger & Sway on Folk Espresso this morning!  They're a great new band out of Eugene--I'm wishing them well.  It was also fun stumbling across a song from Steve Earle the other day--just in the nick o'time--called "Valentine's Day."  Gentlemen:  sing this one next Monday to your gentlewoman.  And if you haven't a gentlewoman, get one.

Lovingly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 01/24/2011

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Chris PurekaHangmanHow I Learned to See in the Dark
The Great Bear TrioGroovySelf-Titled CD
The Great Bear TrioHumors of Whiskey / The ButterflySelf-Titled CD
Bela Fleck and the FlecktonesPeace, Be StillThree Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Bill MorrisseyWaiting for the RainYou'll Never Get to Heaven
Dar WilliamsThe Beauty of the RainThe Best of Dar Williams
Sarah VaughanStormy WeatherEither Side of Midnight
Leo KottkeHere Comes That Rainbow AgainEssential Leo Kottke
Harry ManxNo Particular Place to Be / Itchy Knees and ElbowsJubilee
Crow Quill Night OwlsAbalama LubijeeMechanical Unicorn
Wild AsparagusAlabama RainFrom the Floor Up
Abigail WashburnCorner GirlCity of Refuge
Dave Van RonkYour Feet's Too BigSweet & Lowdown
Hot Club of CowtownI'd Understand WhyThe Best of the Hot Club of Cowtown
Danny BarnesPeanut Butter Is A Man's Best FriendDirt on the Angel
Jon and RoyAny Day NowHomes
Hanz ArakiThe Month of January2007 NW Folklife Festival
Asylum Street SpankersShadrach, Meshach, and AbednegoGod's Favorite Band
$4 ShoeMa and Pa and MeI'm Worried Now
Asylum Street SpankersBrazilSpanks for the Memories
Guy Klucevsek and the Ain't Nothin' But a Polka BandPrairie DogsPolka Dots and Laser Beams

Dear Listeners,

Today is National Peanut Butter Day, so you heard this special day's special anthem:  Peanut Butter Is A Man's Best Friend from our good friend, Danny Barnes (with our good friend, Darol Anger, on that WILD fiddle!).

Hope you enjoyed my rain sets this morning and the back-to-back Alabama songs:  Alabama Rain and that famous tongue twister from the Crow Quill Night Owls, Abalama Lubijee.

It was a fun show to put together for you, so thanks for listening.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 01/03/2011

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Hank Payne and Claire FavroShade Tree MechanicHeart of the Matter
Nick JainaStrawberry ManFriends & Friends of Friends, Vol. III
Jane WrightLong Time Comin' NowSouthern Songs and Ballads
Lucinda WilliamsWordsWest
Three Fingered JackTuustepp/Baghad GusBigger Than You Think
Patty Larkin and Cheryl WheelerIsland of Time25
Mark LemhousePaper SackThe Great American Yard Sale
Tom WaitsOl' '55Closing Time
David Hidalgo and Louie PerezTil the Hands Fall Off the ClockThe Long Goodbye
Johnny EdsonFather TimeMore Than Friends
Andrew CalhounSea of SnowWhere Blue Meets Blue
Django Reinhardt & Stephane GrappelliNuagesThe Ultimate Collection
The Craig Carothers TrioSnowmanSelf-Titled
Caravan GoghBliss BallSelf-Titled
Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow QuartetKangding Qingge / Old Timey Dance PartySelf-Titled
Assembly of Dust with Martin Sexton and Tony RiceRevelrySome Assembly Required
Bill MorrisseyParty at the U.N.Standing Eight
Chris KokeshHell of a YearOctober Valentine
Miguel MartinezBrand New StartStories

Dear Listeners,

Glad to have you along for the first Folk Espresso of the new year.  As always, it was a fun show to put together.  I threw in a few time-related songs since the passing of time was on our minds this past weekend...and I had a set for a dear friend who celebrated a birthday yesterday.  I sure hope you caught the words of the very funny song, Father Time, about growing old.  Leave it to Johnny Edson to make us laugh...

Keep on listenin'.

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 12/27/2010

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12/27/2010
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Bela Fleck and the FlecktonesShubbee's DoobieLive Art
Fleet FoxesWhite Winter HymnalSelf-Titled
The WaybacksSavannahLoaded
Dawn LandesRomeoSweet Heart Rodeo
Greg BrownAin't No One Like YouHoney in the Lion's Head
Bill Evans & Megan LynchInto the MysticLet's Do Something....
Marty MitchellSinging BirdSelf-Titled
David WilcoxKindnessLive Songs and Stories
Danny BarnesKeep My Skillet Good and GreasyDirt on the Angel
Johnny EdsonA Man's Gotta EatFavorites from the First Four
Lucy Wainwright RocheHungry Heart8 More
Martin SextonDinerBlack Sheep
Steve CheseboroughShortnin' BreadFetch It!
Martin SimpsonJohn HardyRighteousness & Humidity
Brooke Pennock BandCompletely ForbiddenThe Heater Must Be Broke
Patrick McGinleyThrowing CoinsRecorded Life
Leo KottkeRunning Up the StairsGreat Big Boy
Colleen RaneyLove and FreedomLinnet
Doug CoxRed Haired RagaWithout Words
The PinesCircle Around the SunSparrows in the Bell
The Kossoy SistersWillie MooreBowling Green

Dear Listeners,

OK, so I had to put a whole block of food-related music in.  Ah yes, food-glorious-food!  I guess that's just where the brain is around this time of year.  Heck, that's where the brain is 365 days a year...  Hope you enjoyed those tunes...and the rest of the show too!

Join me next Monday for some more good stuff....and tune in tomorrow for Early Morning Gumbo.  Wow, there's that food theme again...

Warmly,

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 12/20/2010

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KirkmountWexford Carol / Il est ne le divin enfantMittens for Christmas
John PrineChristmas in PrisonSweet Revenge
Joni HarmsThe GiftChristmas in the Country
Loudon Wainwright IIISuddenly It's ChristmasCareer Moves
The RochesThe Hallelujah ChorusKeep On Doing
Bill MorrisseyWinter SongSomething I Saw or Thought I Saw
Asylum Street SpankersTradewindsSpanks for the Memories
Bruce CockburnCry of a Tiny BabeNothing But a Burning Light
Brothers of the BaladiLittle Drummer BoyA Time of Peace
Judy CollinsChrist Child LullabyGolden Apples of the Sun
Karen MuellerLinus and LucyStill Point
Vince Guaraldi TrioSkatingA Charlie Brown Christmas
The Blind Boys of AlabamaAway in a MangerGo Tell It On the Mountain
Bela Fleck and the FlecktonesJingle BellsJingle All the Way
Sruli & LisaChanike Oy ChanikeCelebrate Hannukkah
Lou & Peter BerrymanThank YouThe Universe: 14 Examples
Tom GranataSong for a Winter's NightLeft Foot Lightfoot
Joseph SpenceSanta Claus is Comin' to TownLiving on the Hallelujah Side
Dave Matthews and Tim ReynoldsChristmas SongLive at Luther College
Bela Fleck and the FlecktonesRiverJingle All the Way
Rose in the HeatherMountain Road / Christmas EveMountain Road
Choir of Mount Angel AbbeyVirgo DeiChants of the Season

Dear Listeners,

Thanks for all your calls this morning--I love hearing from you!  It was great fun for me to put together this morning's show.  How could you not have fun when you're spinning Tuvan throat singers, a Bahamian legend croaking out Santa Claus is Comin' to Town, a cool version of Little Drummer Boy performed on authentic Middle Eastern instruments, and that cute ditty, Thank You, in grateful appreciation for the gifts of a tie and a DustbusterPlus.  It was a joy, too, to wrap it all up (with a bow!) at the end with that beautiful ancient chant, Virgo Dei.  I hope you enjoyed the 90 minutes as much as I did...

Keep listening to the great Folkstrip programs here on the BOO each weekday morning...and I'll be back for some more folky fun for you next Monday!

Diane

Folk Espresso playlist for 12/06/2010

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WhirligigGregorian Chant into Through the Bitter Frost and SnowSpin
Joe PugSharpest CrownThrowing Caution to the Wind
She & HimChange is HardVolume One
Hacienda BrothersWalkin' On My DreamsSelf-Titled
Asylum Street SpankersIt Ain't Necessarily SoGod's Favorite Band
KGBAggressive Driver Imaging / The More Insanity the Better / ZahtarIn From the Cold
William Lee EllisGod's TattoosGod's Tattoos
Mary McAdamsClose to YouSelf-Titled
Lincoln's BeardBefore You Walked InSelf-Titled
Martin SimpsonBatchelors HallProdigal Son
Mary FlowerBlues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to MeBywater Dance
Bill MorrisseyMarried for MoneyYou'll Never Get to Heaven
Patty GriffinVirgen de GuadalupeDowntown Church
Terry RobbMy Mind Is Trying to Leave MeResting Place
Kath BloomI'm Thinking of LoveThin Thin Line
Eden BrentLater Than You ThinkAin't Got No Troubles
Mark LemhouseHazyThe Great American Yard Sale
Mary McCaslinCircle of FriendsBest of Mary McCaslin

Dear Listeners,

Yikes, this morning's program, while full of good music, was a bit on the "minor key" side.  Hmmm, probably could've gone a little lighter, seein' as it's Saint Nicholas Day, the middle of Advent, and Hannukah.  What WAS I thinking?!  Anyway, melancholy or gay, the music was superbly performed by all musicians involved....and I bet THEY were happy to hear the songs I chose for this morning!

I'm back on Monday, December 20, and man-oh-man what a show I have planned for that morning!  You'll be smilin' ear-to-ear during that magnificently upbeat and cheery hour-and-a-half.  Put it on your calendar!

Till then,

Warmly,

Diane Hunt

 

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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