Sunday Street Playlists

Sunday Street playlist for 12/21/2014

Our Winter Solstice/Christmas edition

Sunday Street playlist for 12/14/2014

New music for the holiday season from Over The Rhine, Brooks Williams and Lynn Miles, and a phone conversation with Philip Price (of Winterpills) who, with Flora Reed, played a terrific concert in the afternoon in the Sunday Street Acoustic Series.

Sunday Street playlist for 11/30/2014

Singer-songwriter Robert Bruey, along with cellist extraordinaire Jon Preddice, joined us in the studio this morning. Robert will open for Winterpills at The University Cafe on Sunday, December 14th at 2 P.M.

Sunday Street playlist for 11/09/2014

An in-studio visit from Pete Mancini and Chris Smith (of Butchers Blind) was featured on today's program along with several tracks from a forthcoming Thompson "Family" album produced by Teddy Thompson. Black 47 this week ends their twenty-five year run of performances, so we played a couple of songs from their recent album. And we noted the passing this week of Maggie Boyle and the third anniversary of the passing of Terence Martin.

Sunday Street playlist for 10/26/2014

On today's program, we featured a great new album of covers by Winterpills, new music from Jez Lowe, Jon Brooks, Bruce Cockburn and Yusuf/Cat Stevens. We remembered the late Jack Bruce who passed away yesterday, played some songs in advance of Halloween later this week, and invited listeners to support us with financial pledges during our current fall radiothon.

Sunday Street playlist for 10/12/2014

Today's program featured some tracks from new releases from Minnie Driver, Jonathan Byrd and The Goodbye Girls. We're also sending a listener and their guest to The Highline Ballroom to see The Infamous Stringdusters on October 31st.

Sunday Street playlist for 09/14/2014

Today's edition featured new music from some legendary performers and a phone conversation with another legendary performer. Robert Plant's new album, a new release from Loudon Wainwright III, and the last studio album from the late Jesse Winchester were highlighted. We spoke with another legend, singer/songwriter Iain Matthews, whose musical roots can be traced to his work as a founding member of Fairport Convention, but who has followed a most intriguing musical path since the heyday of Fairport. He plays The University Cafe this evening, with master guitarist Jim Fogarty accompanying him, and our friends from Butchers Blind opening. (www.universitycafe.org)

Sunday Street playlist for 09/14/2014

Today's edition featured new music from some legendary performers and a phone conversation with another legendary performer. Robert Plant's new album, a new release from Loudon Wainwright III, and the last studio album from the late Jesse Winchester were highlighted. We spoke with another legend, singer/songwriter Iain Matthews, whose musical roots can be traced to his work as a founding member of Fairport Convention, but who has followed a most intriguing musical path since the heyday of Fairport. He plays The University Cafe this evening, with master guitarist Jim Fogarty accompanying him, and our friends from Butchers Blind opening. (www.universitycafe.org)