~ Poetry ~
This show aired 3/2/019 as reported to Spinitron.
It streams at noon on the web at http://wjffradio.org and locally at 90.5fm and 94.5 fm, serving the Catskills and NE Pa. The show remains on the archive link for 2 weeks. I had a local poet on and matched songs to her work, and ended the show with poetry sung by artists, or songs that were inspired by poetry.
James Gordon "The Humline Song" from "Songs from basic black"
Christine Lavin "sometimes mother really does know best" from "sometimes mother really does know best"
Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem "Crossing the Bar" from "Some Bright Morning" on Signature Sounds
Lui Collins "Step into the Water" from "Stone by Stone" on Molly Gamblin Music
Cosy Sheridan "A Bad Cliche" from "Grand Design" on Windriver/folkera
Betty & The Baby Boomers "the bells" from "Tumbling Through the Stream of Days" on Betty & The Baby Boomers
Brooks Williams "All That Is Gold" from "Back to Mercy" on Green Linnet
Wes Weddell "We March" from "Somewhere in the Middle" on Dusty Shadows Music
Phil Ochs "The Highwayman" from "Live in Lansing 1973" -------------------------
Catch Live Shows at these area venues
Open Mic's in the area:
Singer Songwriter Tuesdays happens at the Rosendale Cafe in Rosendale NY
Antoine runs a thursday night open mike at the Dancing Cat in Bethel, NY near the woodstock site
Kevin McDanial runs an open mike at Frankie and Johnnies, 845 434 8051 in Hurleyville, NY 7 - 10 pm
Cafe Devine in Callicoon, NY runs an open mike every 4th friday
Tuesdays in Mongaup Valley at River's Edge there is an open mike