He demonstrates the bukkehorn, the tagelharpa and the lyre
April 27, 2004
Anthony Smith, Chris Wallin and Craig Wiseman perform.
September 24, 2003
The music of Annie Roboff, singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman and contemporary folk-pop artist David Wilcox.
September 12, 2003
Performances by Kim Carnes, Greg Barnhill and Marcus Hummon.
September 3, 2003
Marshall Chapman, Metraca Berg and Don Henry perform.
May 27, 2003
Music sets by Grammy winner Delbert McClinton and Gary Nicholson, who co-wrote the song “One More Last Chance” with Vince Gill. Also: the music of Rodney Crowell.
May 22, 2003
Bluegrass fuses with country in a performance by Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson and Jerry Salley, who teamed up for the 1999 album “Against the Grain.”
May 20, 2003
A performance by Chuck Jones, who's penned songs for Patti LaBelle and Tanya Tucker. Other performers: Chuck Cannon and Billy Dean.
May 15, 2003
Part 1 of a set by Bill Lloyd, who reunites with his songwriting partner, Radney Foster. Also: progressive-country singer Kim Richey.
May 13, 2003
An all-female showcase features the music of Pam Tillis, Grammy Award winner Ashley Cleveland and Karen Staley.
May 8, 2003
Conclusion of a set from Al Anderson, who performs “Ouch” and “Powerful Thing.” Also: the music of Kent Blazy and Jeffrey Steele, who sing “Hello L-O-V-E.”
May 6, 2003
Conclusion. The music of Grammy winner Paul Williams, author of the songs “We've Only Just Begun” and “Evergreen.” Also: performances by Jon Vezner and Gene Nelson.
April 30, 2003
The music of Steve Seskin, author of more than 400 songs, including tunes for Alabama and Waylon Jennings. Also: performances by Allen Shamblin and Angela Kaset.
April 22, 2003
Conclusion. The music of Phil Vassar, who performs “Bye Bye.” Also: performances by Robert Byrne and Charlie Black, who offers “Do You Love as Good as You Look?”
April 15, 2003
Conclusion. Don Schlitz performs “The Greatest,” the tune he penned for Kenny Rogers. Also: the music of Thom Schuyler and Fred Knobloch.
April 12, 2003
The music of Gary Burr, Bob DiPiero and Mike Reid.
April 8, 2003
Conclusion. The music of Bill Lloyd, who performs “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants.” Also: performances by Radney Foster and Kim Richey, who sings “Didn't I.”
April 1, 2003
The music of Al Anderson, who performs “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down.” Also: performances by Jeffrey Steele and Kent Blazy.
March 27, 2003
Singer-songwriter Kathy Mattea performs “Love at the Five and Dime.” Also on the bill: Cheryl Wheeler and Hugh Prestwood, who perform “The Song Remembers When.”
March 18, 2003
Richard Leigh, Marc Beeson and Gretchen Peters perform.
January 7, 2003
Sam Bush, Jon Randall and Jeff Black perform.
October 23, 2002
Performances include Mark Wills, Tony Martin and Skip Ewing (whose songs have been recorded by Willie Nelson and Trisha Yearwood). Also: Steve Davenport.
October 16, 2002
Hal Ketchum sings “I Miss My Mary.” Also: Guy Clark and Verlon Thompson perform.
October 2, 2002
Music from Jim Photoglo, Gary Burr and Victoria Shaw.
July 24, 2002
Conclusion of a set by Grammy winner Vince Gill, who's joined by music veteran Al Anderson and Bob DiPiero.
July 17, 2002
Benita Hill, Mike Reid, Mike Ripoll and Kirk Whalum perform.
July 10, 2002
Sam Bush offers his eclectic mix of music, and Jon Randall performs “Mountain of Regret” and “Long Way Down.” Also: Jeff Black performs “That's Just About Right.”
July 3, 2002
Music by Neil Thrasher, whose songs have been recorded by Diamond Rio and Reba McEntire. Also on the bill: Bob Regan and Wendell Mobley.
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