This In Your Ear show features the finest Blues harmonica player on the planet, Phil Wiggins. The Pete Anderson Sextet pays tribute to jazz great Art Blakey. East of Monroe, a String-Folk-Bluegrass kind of band, rounds out this episode with fine harmony and instrumental work.
This In Your Ear show features a Connecticut couple who found love and music among the majestic Tetons in Jackson Hole Wyoming and who won a duet contest on A Prairie Home Companion – Anne & Pete Sibley. For years Peter Ostroushko was a fixture on Prairie Home Companion including a two year stint as music director. He appeared on In Your Ear with exciting Russian-born guitarist Arkan Yushin on guitar.
The featured artist in this episode of In Your Ear include a former Richmonder who’s taken his finger-style guitar, his musical sensibilities and his wit all over the world, Duck Baker, and one of the most warm and engaging vocalists in all of Americana, Wil Maring, with her long-time musical partner Robert Bowlin on very tasteful fiddle and guitar, and finally a Yorktown native who once drove a delivery truck for the Richmond Times-Dispatch…with his knees…so he
This episode of In Your Ear features Tarheel tunesmith Jonathan Byrd, diatonic harmonica wizard and Flecktone Howard Levy with guitarist Chris Siebold, and Orange County’s own folk/pop standout Jesse Harper and friends. This show originally aired October 1, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. on WCVE Public Radio.
This episode of In Your Ear features the Rembrandt of the Appalachian fiddle, Bruce Molsky, hometown powerhouse James “Saxsmo” Gates, Jr. and the cream of our jazz community, and D.C. Grammy winning songwriter/piano man Jon Carroll. This show originally aired September 24th at 1:00 p.m. on WCVE Public Radio.
This third episode of In Your Ear featured west coast banjo and slide guitar innovator and songwriter Tony Furtado, Shakespearean actress-turned singer/storyteller Amy Speace and groundbreaking progressive bluegrass band Cadillac Sky. This show originally aired September 17th at 1:00 p.m. on WCVE Public Radio.
This second installment of In Your Ear featured the late Piedmont blues legend and Bowling Green’s own John Cephas, the New England chambergrass ensemble the Bee Eaters, and harmonica master/educator Rick Epping. This show originally aired September 10th at 1:00 p.m. on WCVE Public Radio.
The first installment of In Your Ear, a new series presented by JAMinc and hosted by Tim Timberlake, aired September 3rd at 1:00 p.m. on WCVE Public Radio and featured Austin-based singer/songwriter/outdoorsman/biker Mike Lille, the Richmond jazz fusion group BopNation, and North Carolina’s Swiss-born bluegrass trio The Kruger Brothers.