Join us for the Birthplace of Country Music Museum’s Virtual Story Time! Friday, July 2 our selection will be When Uncle Took the Fiddle by Libba Moore Gray and illustrated by Lloyd Broom, read with permission from Scholastic Books.
Hosted by singer/songwriter JP Parsons, Appalachian Travels airs Fridays at 2:30 p.m. and showcases our regions working musicians and performers. Whether it's bluegrass, folk, country, rock and roll, or anywhere in between, Appalachian Travels is a celebration of the rich music culture of the Tri-Cities and surrounding region.
“Pick One with Larry and Linda” focuses on the history of traditional Bluegrass music and highlights artists who helped bridge the gap between the first generation and modern bluegrass. While the show centers around traditional sounds, we also look at today’s artists who are keeping the spirit of bluegrass alive and growing. Tune in every […]
Diggin' with Big Lon discovers the rich musical heritage of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia one dusty record at a time. Big Lon has combined his love of history and music to build a collection of local 45rpm and 78rpm records. Tune in every Thursday at 5pm! Check out his story on Facebook at Big […]
Broadcasting straight off the original 78 RPM shellac records and out into the ether, “Land Of The Sky” with Brody Hunt consists of a variety of pre-WW2 vernacular music, with a heavy focus on Hillbilly & Hot Jazz of the late 20’s & early 30’s. Kick back and enjoy a cross-section of period musical styles […]
Ozark Highlands Radio is an hour-long public radio program that features live musical performances recorded at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas. With archival recordings from native Ozark musicians to the contemporary Roots/Old Time performers of today, Ozark Highlands Radio explores the history, tradition and current trends in traditional and modern acoustic music.