This show, broadcast Thursday mornings from 9 to 11 on KOWS 92.5 FM, features two hours of the newest Americana music out there and it’s also where you can relive some of the classics, and hear from some of our local Americana artists. We are broadcasting live from the KOWS studios in the Cherry Street Historic District of Santa Rosa, California, in the heart of Sonoma County.
Coming up on Episode 321 Thursday, September 23
This week we find ourselves accepting the fact that summer’s long gone and that our trepidation over fire season just begins in Sonoma County. After a lifetime of savoring autumn colors and the cool respite of offshore breezes, it now only means dry tinder and the fanning of flames. Climate change should not be political because it deserves more than that. We’ll take the opportunity to touch on some old folk masterpieces with the songs of Woody Guthrie taking the Americana vintage stage this week. Covers by Harry Belafonte, son Arlo, Bobby Bare, and Joe Ely are in store. New tracks include Bill Filipiak, Pony Bradshaw, Samantha Fish and about a dozen others as we face another fire season in the North Bay. Kick back with your favorite libation, some good headphones, and join us on KOWS 92.5 FM if you’re so inclined or on our new streaming site www.kowsfm.com/listen and keep your ears tuned for some exciting news from the little station with the big heart as the stream gets deeper over the coming weeks. Stay safe out there
Last week’s (Episode 320) show and playlist:
We’ll share some classic swing and vintage tracks in our show today: The Time Jumpers, Old and In The Way, Marvin Rainwater, and a few others. That’s the kind of music we like to fill the morning out with while we revel in the new sounds that keep pouring in: Bill Filipak, Colin Hay, The Pulsators, Wanda Jackson and Alexa Rose are just a sampling of what we have for you on this Thursday morning here under the Sonoma County September skies. Oh, and Samantha Fish…she’s got a new album coming out and we’ll be sharing a brand new track. So get your coffee or tea, some good headphones, and join us on KOWS 92.5 FM if you’re so inclined or on our new streaming site www.kowsfm.com/listen and keep your ears tuned for some exciting news from the little station with the big heart as the stream gets deeper over the coming weeks. Stay safe out there