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WFDU/ Sharon Katz & The Peace Train

21 May 02 - 05:54 PM (#714925)
Subject: WFDU/ Sharon Katz & The Peace Train
From: BH

The dynamic South African performer Sharon Katz (who founded the group Sharon Katz & The Peace Train) will be my guest this Sunday on WFDU's TRADITIONS program.

She performs live in the studio and will also introduce her new Appleseed recording at that time.

If you are in the area she will also be perfroming both days (Sat and Sun.) at the Great Hudson River Revival (Clearwater Festival) That will be June 15 & 16.

TRADITIONS airs from 3-6 PM ET on WFDU 89.1 FM, Teaneck NJ. We reach the tri state NY NJ CT area.

Also on the web:

Bill Hahn Producer/Host TRADITIONS

23 May 02 - 05:35 PM (#716399)
Subject: wfdu & Sharon Katz
From: BH

I mentioned earlier that Sharon Katz will be my guest on TRADITIONS this coming Sunday. At that time, I also said, she will be introducing her new Appleseed recording--the title of this CD is Sharon Katz & The Peace Train/IMBIZO. The release date will be early July, but you can hear a preview on our program

She is a dynamic performer not to be missed---and will be appearing at the Great Hudson River Revival (Clearwater) on June 15th & 16th.

TRADITIONS airs Sundays from 3-6 PM ET.

Bill Hahn Producer/Host Traditions WFDU 89.1 FM Teaneck NJ

On the web: click here

17 Oct 02 - 06:10 PM (#805648)
Subject: Sharon Katz & Peace Train ++see below
From: BH

The header would not take the entire subject--so I hope I have your attention now.

This Sunday on TRADITIONS on WFDU 89.1 FM Teaneck NJ also streaming on the web will feature an interview with Sharon Katz about her work and upcoming appearance in NJ at the Hurdy Gurdy Folk Music Club. Sharon Katz founded the dynamic group "The Peace Train" in S. Africa.   She has quite a few recordings out---her latest is Imbizo.

As an added surprise we will be playing excerpts of a Kate Wolf Tribute Concert by some really talented artists---that is what the +++was about.   Hopefully that will become an annual event in Baltimore. The event was sponsored by some wonderful folks who are truly involved in folk music---the Heymans.

TRADITIONS airs 3-6 PM ET---same for the web.

Bill Hahn\