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Angela Page has presented roots and folk music in colleges, coffee houses, Greenwich Village and in print media since the mid seventies. She's been airing artists on these airwaves since 1993. 
She records Folk Plus from her home weekly, due to her extreme chemical sensitivities. It airs live at Hydro Powered Public radio WJFF at 2pm on Saturdays and anytime at wjffradio.org.
It is what she considers the best in older and contemporary folk, spoken work, Broadway tunes, or whatever fits the show's theme. 
Archived shows at : http://www.wjffradio.org/wjff/index.php?section=38 and Angela's playlists to 1998 are at Wjffradio.org/FolkPlus
  
John Webber handles the website and recording issues for Folk Plus.

Saturday October 29, 2011: Four October shows of other folk Dj's

Today on Folk Plus I am airing cuts featured by ohter DJs on other Folk shows.

Just Us Folk is heard Sunday nights from 8 to 9 p.m. on CKPC AM1380 in Brantford Ontario.
[571 West St., Brantford, Ontario N3R 7C5] has the host: JAN VANDERHORST  and it streams on-line! - www.am1380.ca
E-mail: jan@ckpcradio.com or justusfolk@rogers.com

Peter, Paul & Mary - Don't Laugh At Me - Don't Laugh at Me - Warner Brothers
Joan Baez - Money For Floods - Gone From Danger - Guardian Records
Paul Geremia - Kick It In The Country -Love My Stuff - Red House Records

David Francey, three time juno winner from Canada speaks of Cook's sharp eye for imagery, a healthy dose of humanity and has an unforgettbale voice.... his songs are of the rigors of the orad and the most comforatble couch you have ever slept on.  Cook is from Edmunton, here he is.

Scott Cook - Goin' Up To The Country - Moonlit Rambles - Groove Revival

You're tuned to Hydropowered public radio wjff, run by volunteers and powered by water, streaming world wide on wjffradio.org
Today I'm airing four other dj's setlists from this month.

Sonny Ochs, sister of Phil Ochs had been on WRPI for  years- but switched this month to WIOX out of Roxbury NY. Her show is called Mostly Folk and airs Fridays
at 10 am til noon. Her are four cuts from her show from  October 7th, 2011.

Magpie - We Belong to the Earth -  In This World - Long Tail
Bev Grant - We Were There/ We Were There

Kim & Reggie will be appeaering in Rock Tavern, NY check out UUCRT.org
The show is next Friday Nov 4th and they will be singing songs of Peace and Freedom at 7:30pm.
Take exit 5A for NY-747 toward Stewart Airport/International Blvd   
Turn left onto NY-747 S/S Drury Ln  and then right onto NY-207 W/Little Britain Rd. Take the 2nd left onto Vance Ln

Kim&  Reggie Harris - Let Us Break Bread Together -  Steal Away- Appleseed

  Next are cuts were those aired on Sunday Breakfast with John Platt WFUV, New York
8-11 am 90.7 FM and anytime at www.wfuv.org

Oct. 23, 2011
On a date he Featured a new release by -as he called her - 'the wonderfully warm Catie Curtis"
the newest is called Stretch Limousine On Fire- on Compass

Catie Curtis, I Do, - Stretch Limousine On Fire- CompassLimo
Helpless Man, Vance Gilbert, Old White Men
Reunion Hill, Richard Shindell, Reunion Hill
Even Trade, Terence Martin, Even Trade
This week artists gathered in Larchmont to play in honor of Terence, who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
 
The final focus of other djs comes from "All Things Acoustic". It  is a weekly program of folk, singer-songwriter, and world music broadcast at 100,000 watts on Alabama Public Radio (WUAL/WQPR/WAPR/WHIL -- covering Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Muscle Shoals, Selma, Tuscaloosa).  The host is Jeremy Butler. It's available online at:  http://www.AllThingsAcoustic.org
These four were aired on 14 October 2011:

Lucinda Williams - I'm So Happy I Found You    3:15    The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams- Columbia   
James Keelaghan, "Red-Winged Blackbird," Home (Appleseed)
Kate Campbell, "New South," Two Nights in Texas (Large River)

Utah Phillips, "I Got To Know Why," Making Speech Free (PM Press)

This month Utah's widow, Joanna Robinson won Boulder, Colorados the E town  - which the show says go to "remarkable individuals who are working
hard to make a positive difference in their communities and beyond."  Robinson receives the award on this week's edition of the show.   Robinson and Phillips are among the co-founders of Hospitality House, which provides social services, general help and overnight accommodations to western Nevada County's homeless population. 
Robinson says she's excited at the national attention the award will bring to Hospitality House, which recently purchased a Brunswick Basin building to establish a permanent year-round facility to be called "Utah's Place."  " Robinson told the show hosts. "Every  single day at the welcoming center, there's a line of people bringing food,
clothes, bedding."











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