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Folk Music on the Radio /thread.cfm?threadid=34448 Radio Stations
A Mudcat thread that lists many radio stations that program folk music

Folk Roots/Folk Branches Radio Stations
Folk Roots/Folk Branches with Mike Regenstreif on CKUT-FM in Montreal and in RealAudio on the Web is Montreal's only broadly-defined folk music radio program. The show is heard Thursday mornings from 9:00-11:30 (eastern time).

FolkScene Radio Stations
Homepage for folk music on the radio & the internet.. FolkScene is a 31 year tradition in broadcasting. A program, which features interviews with the performers, live music & recorded music from America & The British Isles & Ireland

Hober Thinking Radio Radio Stations
Internet Radio--24/7--Folk/Traditional Radio Works on RealAudio What kind of music does Hober play? There are some strict rules governing which music is aired on Hober. The music should be hand played, without augmentation. A Hober band is people who could walk up to each other with their instruments in the middle of a field and just play their stuff. Drums should be struck by the hand rather than a stick. Hober songs should be musical descendant of melodies and rhythms which people knew, remembered and passed down - before recording machines existed. Luckily, rules are meant to be broken as you can plainly hear on Hober.

KALW San Francisco - Folk Music and Beyond Radio Stations
A variety of folk music resources.

WFDU broadcasts from Teaneck NJ to the metro NY NJ CT area at 89.1 freq. On the web streaming at TRADITIONS airs Sundays( 3-6 PM ET) and is an eclectic mix of traditional, roots, and its evolution to the current time. It is topical, thematic, and features interviews with people in the area of folk in interests. It is co-hosted and produced by Ron Olesko and Bill Hahn. You can reach us by e mail: wfdutraditions@aol. com or

WPSU FM (Penn State Public Radio) Radio Stations
Max hosts The Blues.

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