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Category Archives: Rounder Records
It’s October 24, 1992, and We’ve Got Kate MacKenzie and D. L. Menard!
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD It’s October 24th, 1992. The Boston Bluegrass Union is bringing in Kate MacKenzie and her band Stoney Lonesome from the Twin Cities, to play at the First Church Congregational, on the corner of Garden and … Continue reading
Posted in Administrivia, Archival Productions, Bluegrass, Cajun Music, Country History, Hillbilly History, Program Notes, Radio Talk, Rounder Records Tagged Bill Monroe, Boston Bluegrass Union, D. L. Menard, Dave Dillon, Kate MacKenzie, Margaret Gerteis, Richard Brown, Stoney Lonesome, The Reunion Band Leave a comment
June 1993: Iris DeMent Was in Town, and Live on HAH
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD It’s Saturday, June 5th, 1993. Hillbilly at Harvard had been preempted for a couple of weeks (probably by Orgies®) and was limited, we were told, to three hours that day. But Iris DeMent was in … Continue reading
Posted in Administrivia, Archival Productions, Bluegrass, Country History, Hillbilly History, Program Notes, Radio Talk, Record Business, Rounder Records Tagged Cuzin Isaac Page, Grace Furnari, Harry Lipson, Infamous Angel, Iris Dement, Jim Rooney, John Hartford, John Lincoln Wright, Odetta, Pete Seeger, Scott Alarik 1 Comment
The Poodles, Live in 1986!
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD It’s February 22, 1986, and the four young ladies doing business as The Poodles are on a roll, heading up to Brattleboro, VT for a show tonight, and playing a double bill with Stoney Lonesome … Continue reading
Hear New IBMA Hall of Famer Lynn Morris on Hallowe’en 1992
ALERT UPDATE: SHOW DID NOT RUN AT ALL, FOR UNKNOWN REASON. I WILL ASK THEM TO RUN THIS SHOW NEXT SATURDAY. /CL ALERT! SOMETHING HAPPENED AND THE ARCHIVAL SHOW IS NOT RUNNING. I HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO CONTACT ANYONE WHO … Continue reading
Posted in Administrivia, Archival Productions, Bluegrass, Country History, Hillbilly History, Radio Talk, Record Business, Rounder Records Tagged Chris Jones, Flo Murdock, IBMA Hall of Fame, Jesse Brock, John Lincoln Wright, Ken Irwin, Lynn Morris, Marshall Wilborn, Old Sinc, The Lynn Morris Band, The Stoneman Family 6 Comments
Now for Something Different—The Tarbox Ramblers!
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD Tomorrow (Saturday, October 23rd) we jump ten years from our previous Hillbilly at Harvard Archive to April 15th, 2000, featuring The Tarbox Rambers. The Tarbox Ramblers had been playing a club called the Green Street … Continue reading
Summertime Guests Peter Keane, Barry & Holly Tashian, in 1990
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD It was July 21st, 1990. Sinc and I were both in town, and so were Peter Keane and Barry & Holly Tashian. Pete (a WHRB member) knew sumptuous Studio A well, as he and Elijah … Continue reading
Posted in Archival Productions, Country History, Hillbilly History, Program Notes, Radio Talk, Record Business, Rounder Records Tagged Barry & Holly Tashian, Elijah Wald, Emmylou Harris, Hillbilly at Harvard, Jim Rooney, Northeastern Records, Old Sinc, Peter Keane, Ricky Skaggs, The Goodnight Blues, Trust in Me 1 Comment
The Freight Hoppers, Live in 1998!
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD The weekend of September 12, 1998, featured a Folk Festival in downtown Boston, sponsored I think by WUMB. There were several artists of interest to HAH listeners, e.g. J.D. Crowe, and the fabulous Freight Hoppers, … Continue reading
Frank Dudgeon Rides in for The Last Roundup
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD Looking at the tapes from 1986, I noticed one with friend and colleague Frank Dudgeon. Turns out that on August 23rd, Old Sinc was on one of his annual treks to Saratoga for the races, … Continue reading
Posted in Administrivia, Archival Productions, Country History, Hillbilly History, Program Notes, Radio Talk, Record Business, Rounder Records Tagged 'Twister', Amy McMahon Rigby, Angel Dean, Frank Dudgeon, Garth Powell, Michael McMahon, Old Sinc, The Last Roundup, Traitor Vic, Tuna Melt, WBOS, WCAS, WDLW, WUMB 5 Comments
By Request, Crowe and McLaughlin in 1994
ANOTHER ARCHIVAL HILLBILLY AT HARVARD After the Archival show with James King, Gerry Katz of the BBU wrote to say he booked the concert with James and Lou Reid that weekend, and the live performance of the James King Band … Continue reading