Acoustic Harmony: Home
NEW! You can now record Acoustic Harmony and listen at your own convenience! The new web service DAR.FM allows users to record their favorite radio programs for listening at another time, working just like DVR or TiVo for radio. Just click this button...
Never miss another Acoustic Harmony program! But do be aware that the site is not currently set for recording bi-weekly shows, so scheduling this recording will also pick up the alternating show on WGDR's Saturday afternoon schedule, I'm working with DAR.FM and hopefully this will be addressed soon. Feel free to contact the folks at DAR.FM and let them know you'd like to see an option added for recording bi-weekly shows like Acoustic Harmony!
NEW! Select past shows are now archived on the Acoustic Harmony page on the WGDR website and available on demand for streaming! Here's the web address: http://www.wgdr.org/acoustic-harmony/ there's an active link on the "Links" page on this website.
NEW! Check out my recent interview with Rani Arbo (Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem)! Rani stopped by for a chat about the band's new release, "Violets are Blue" and treated listeners to great insight into the songs on the album as well as some fantastic live songs. You can also read my review of "Violets are Blue" on the "Press/Reviews" page.
NEW! Check out my recent interview with The Honey Dewdrops! Laura and Kagey stopped by WGDR for an interview and live performance to support WGDR during our Fall Pledge Drive! They are fantastic!
Acoustic Harmony is great folk music from the Green Mountains of Vermont. A radio program that airs alternating Saturdays on WGDR, a free-format community radio station broadcasting throughout central Vermont from the campus of Goddard College. Hosted by Mark Michaelis and on the air since 1990, Acoustic Harmony features the music of contemporary folk artists, singer songwriters, Americana musicians and more, focusing on mostly independent artists. Acoustic music is featured, but anything with beautiful harmonies and melodies may show up, after all...what's life without a few surprises thrown in !!! Listen live in the local area at 91.1 FM or online at: www.wgdr.org
New interviews have been added and are now available for your streaming pleasure! Check them out on the "inteview/playlist" page, where you'll find interviews with Rani Arbo, Lui Collins, Kyle Carey, Bernice Lewis, Meg Hutchinson, Rosemary Phelan, Tim Grimm, David Lamotte, Johnsmith, Tom Pacheco and more.... all great singer songwriters!
Check the Calendar page for scheduled airdates and information about upcoming guests.
Acoustic Harmony Presents great independent singer songwriters and acoustic folk musicians as well as live and recorded sessions with artists who drop by WGDR or Dragonfly Studio for interviews & live acoustic performances. Past guests have included, Jack Williams, Eric Taylor, Patrick Fitzsimmons, Rebecca Padula and Rik Paleri, Freebo & Photoglo, Erik Balkey, Johnsmith, Ian Ethan Case, Ian Alexy, Mark LeGrand & Sara Munro, Denny Tilton, David Lamotte, Patti Witten, Tim Grimm, Jake Armerding, Lisa Furman, Storyhill, Lui Collins, Anais Mitchell, Rod Picott & Amanda Shires, Bernice Lewis, Meg Hutchinson, Tom Pacheco, Coco & Lafe, Jessica Smucker, Lynn Hollyfield, Rik Barron, Karyn Oliver, Annalise Emerick, The Honey Dewdrops, Neptune's Car, Willa Mamet & Paul Miller, Brendan Taaffe and The New Line, Sharon Goldman, Rani Arbo ... and the list keeps growing!
Interviews and show playlists are posted on the "Interviews/Playlists" page! Be sure to check the News page to keep up with what's happening with Acoustic Harmony, WGDR and see who's coming by for guest appearances.
Acoustic Harmony playlists are posted regularly to the Folkdj listserv, the Roots Music Reporting database and the FAR report. Check the Interviews/playlists page for archive copies.
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