We continue our dive into the eTown archives with this exceptional 2010 rebroadcast (full episode) with the Indigo Girls, Emily Saliers and Amy Ray. This was originally an ‘eTown on the road’ show done from the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, with a bit of intrigue thrown in: When Amy misses her plane, Nick, Helen, and the rest of the eTones are enlisted to fill in in her absence. While they make beautiful music with Emily in the first set of the show, the question arises: Will Amy make it to the theater in time to join Emily for their second set in the show? Tune in and find out. Also on the program for his first eTown visit is now iconic singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff, who was an up-and-coming young artist at the time. The E-Chievement Award honors a dedicated Fort Collins citizen who shares his story about helping abused children with us.
We continue to offer favorite moments from our 2010 season this week, including one-of-a-kind live musical performances from shows we recorded that year, both in Colorado and in various locations throughout the US. Artists featured include Cake, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Taj Mahal, Mumford & Sons and more.
This week, we share a mix of some of our favorite moments from our 2010 season, including great performances from various shows we recorded both in Colorado and across the country. Featured guests include John Hiatt, Natalie Merchant, Lyle Lovett, Danielle Ate The Sandwich, Danny Barnes, and more!
Continuing our look back at our 2010 season with this special rebroadcast, we welcome two dynamic musical guests: JJ Grey & Mofro and Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs. We’ll also hear from a worthy E-Chievement Award winner who is the founder of a nonprofit that helps families dealing with a family member’s major illness, providing them with practical but crucial support, like groceries, transportation and more.
We continue our delve into the eTown archives as we celebrate 30 years on the air; this week, we start out with a look at our 2010 season. This exceptional rebroadcast full episode features visiting artists Imogen Heap and Gregory Alan Isakov. Our E-Chievement Award winners are a married couple who are founders of a pay-what-you-can restaurant with a mission to serve healthy and affordable meals to members of their community. Host Nick Forster also talks with former president of the National Parks Foundation, Neil Mulholland, about the value of open space and the importance of conserving parks and public lands across the country.
In this time capsule episode from the eTown show archives, we're revisiting a live show from 2009 in Fort Collins, Colorado featuring Loretta Lynn and Chuck Mead. We’ll also have a conversation with this week’s eChievement Award winner, Jane Clark, about her work with the non-profit effort, the Land Legacy Trust, which works in preserving natural areas, and farm and ranch lands, for everyone's benefit.
This week, we're sharing more of our favorite interviews and music from eTown's 30 years of programs. In this episode, we travel back to 2009 and hear Sarah McLachlan, Darrell Scott, Vienna Teng, Richie Havens, and more! We'll also listen back to an interview about a man from Boulder who found primitive tools in his yard.
As we continue to explore the past 30+ years of eTown, we've gathered some of our favorite interviews and music from 2009. In this episode, we'll hear Shemekia Copeland, Shawn Colvin, Judy Collins, and the Flatlanders. Plus, we'll listen back to an interview with author Bill McKibben.
In this time capsule episode from the eTown show archives, we hear a 2009 performance from the late, great Virginia bluegrass singer and banjoist Ralph Stanley, who joined eTown with The Clinch Mountain Boys. We also listen back to Ramblin' Jack Elliott's performance in the show and we’ll have a conversation with this week’s eChievement Award winner, Stacie Gilmore, the co-founder of an environmental learning non-profit that helps cultivate a passion for science and service in a diverse community of learners.
This week we continue to explore the eTown archives with a great show from the 2008 season featuring music and conversation with Jakob Dylan, Joe Ely & Joel Guzman, author John Javna, and more!