Friday, June 30, 2006

In House #1653: New South Fork Live; New Eilen Jewel

Tomorrow's Bluegrass On the Greenbelt event in Idaho Falls features some of the finest string players in the region, with styles ranging from folk to bluegrass to straight up oldtime stringband. Among the longest-running and most well-known of these is New South Fork, the Idaho Falls quintet that has been treating the region to authentic, well-played blugerass for the past six years or so. Three-fifths of the band join us in the studio today for a performance and interview, as well as a first peek at their new recording, entitled Used.

New South Fork

Also today, new music from the Boston-based singer-songwriter Eilen Jewel. Boundary County was released by Jewel earlier this year and has recently been picked up for distribution by Signature Sounds. She brings her easy-feeling, throwback style back to Idaho (she began her career in Boise) next month for the Music On the Rocks Festival in Idaho City.

Eilen Jewel

In House #1653.
Airdate: 6/30/06
Focus: New South Fork live In House, plus new music from Eilen Jewel, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Chatham County Line and more.

Eilen Jewel, live in St. Barth's, French West Indies: "Blood For Wine" (MP3)

From today's live in studio session with New South Fork:

1- "I'm Not Gonna Cry Anymore" (MP3)

2- "Can't You Hear Jerusalem Moan" (MP3)

3- "In the Twinkling of An Eye" (MP3)

4- "(Put More Water In the Soup) There's Better Times a-Comin" (MP3)



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