Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
December 9, 2018 5:00PM – 7:00PM

* = Detour’s Top 10 Songs of 2018 (in reverse order)

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00PM Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers “Strangest Christmas Yet” The Long-Awaited Album [Rounder]

Helicon

Helicon

5:03PM Helicon “Kenyan Christmas Carol” A Winter Solstice With Helicon [Dorian] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

5:05PM Cyndi Lauper “Detour” Detour [Sire] w/Emmylou Harris; Opening theme

5:11PM Richard Thompson “You Can’t Reach Me” 13 Rivers [New West] England *

5:15PM Mariachi Herencia de México “Jarocho I (feat. Iván Velásco)” Herencia de la Tierra Mía [MariachiHeritageFoundation.org] *

5:19PM Kate Campbell “Change Should’ve Come by Now” Damn Sure Blue [Large River] *

5:25PM Charm City Junction “Boatman” Duckpin [CharmCityJunction.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:28PM John Flynn “This Used to be a Country” Vintage [JohnFlynn.net] *

5:32PM Genticorum “Double traversée” Avant l’orage [www.Genticorum.com] Canada (Québec) *

5:41PM Joan Baez “The President Sang Amazing Grace” Whistle Down the Wind [Razor & Tie] *

Minyeshu

Minyeshu

5:44PM Dàimh “Donald MacLeod Reels” The Rough Bounds [www.Daimh.net] Scotland *

5:48PM John McCutcheon “The Machine” Ghost Light [Appalseed] *

5:55PM Minyeshu “Wolayta” Daa Dee [ARC Music] Ethiopia *

6:00PM Perry Stenbäck & Dekadansorkestern “Balladen om Sonja Och Siw” Just Nu [GO’ Danish Folk Music] Sweden/Denmark

6:02PM The Hillbenders “Hey Boys” The Hillbenders [Compass]

6:07PM Craig Bickhardt “Chesapeake Bay” Home for the Harvest [Stone Barn]

6:10PM Laura Byrne “Sailor on the Rock/Fox on the Town” Lucky Day [www.LauraByrne.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:13PM Arlo Guthrie “1913 Massacre” Hobo’s Lullabye [Reprise]

6:19PM Razia “Nave” The Road [RaziaSaid.com] Madagascar

6:23PM Mark Stepakoff “Santa and Elvis” The Longest Night of the Year, Volume One [Hudson Harding] Various artists CD

6:26PM Jennifer Cutting’s Ocean Orchestra “Johnny Has Gone Electric” Waves [SunSign] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

Rolf Lislevand

Rolf Lislevand

6:30PM Rolf Lislevand “Et barn er født i Betlehem/Canon/En rose er utsprungen/La Spagna” Jul i gammel tid [Kirkelig Kulturverksted] Norway

6:37PM Cocek! Brass Band “Flutter” Round Two [www.CocekBrassBand.com]

6:41PM Nick Drake “Northern Sky” Bryter Layter [Hannibal] England

6:45PM Abana Ba Nasery “Abakambi” !Nursery Boys Go Ahead! [Green Linnet/Xenophile] Kenya

6:49PM Dick Gaughan “Land of the North Wind” Appleseed’s 21st Anniversary: Roots and Branches [Appleseed] Scotland; Various artists CD

6:52PM Oysterband “When I’m Up I Can’t Get Down” Oxford Girl and Other Stories [Running Man] England

6:55PM Väsen “Johsefins dopvals” Trio [NorthSide] Sweden; Closing theme

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The Institute of Musical Traditions presents Ken Kolodner & Elke Baker at Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville, MD on Monday. 301-754-3611

The Baltimore Folk Music Society sponsors English Country Dance every Monday at Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter on York Road and American Contra and Square Dancing every Wednesday at the Lovely Lane Church on St. Paul Street. 888.646.BFMS

On Tuesday there’s an old-time music jam led by Ken and Brad Kolodner at the Five & Dime Ale House in Hampden. 443-835-2179

Another Tuesday show is John McLaughlin at The Hamilton in Washington DC. 202-787-1000

Jingle Bell Rocks

WTMD Film Series continues with the documentary Jingle Bell Rocks!, a trippy, cinematic sleighride into the strange and sublime universe of alternative and underground Christmas music, on Wednesday in WTMD’s performance space in Towson. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the movie starts at 8. wtmd.org and is free!

On Wednesday there’s a bluegrass jam at Lauraville House on Harford Road.

At the Ram’s Head in Annapolis – Wednesday: The Cowsills; Sunday: Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes. 410-268-4545

Neville Jacobs (Ivan Neville & Cris Jacobs) is at The 8×10 on Thursday. 410-625-2000

On Friday, Uptown Concerts presents An Irish Christmas with Laura Byrne, Jim Eagan, Eileen Estes & Donna Long at Cellar Stage Timonium. The Cellar Stage Timonium is located in Timonium United Methodist Church on Pot Spring Road. 410-521-9099

At The Soundry in Columbia, MD – Friday: Chuck Brown Band; Saturday: The 19th Street Band. 443.283.1200

Weedie Braimah + The Hands of Time w/Amadou Kouyate at Tropicalia in Washington on Friday. (202) 629-4535

WTMD’s Saturday Morning Tunes Mini Holiday Spectacular is this Saturday featuring songs from “Frozen” by Outcalls, super funky holiday songs from Parliament Funkadelic’s Rufus Roundtree & Da Bmore Brass Factory, Opera in a Can, and more! The event is in the West Village Commons of Towson University. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the music starts at 9:30 a.m. Tickets at SaturdayMorningTunes.com

Helicon‘s 33rd Annual Winter Solstice Concert w/ Charm City Junction, The Ken & Brad Kolodner Quartet w/ Rachel Eddy, and step-dancer Jonathan Srour happens Saturday at 3:30pm and 7:30pm at Kraushaar Auditorium of Goucher College in Towson.

Saturday is Folk Music Night at Perry Hall United Methodist Church on Belair Road from 7:00-10:00 pm. There’s an open mic, and featured guest Matt Roach. 410-529-7176

OCEAN Orchestra

OCEAN Orchestra

Jennifer Cutting’s OCEAN Orchestra presents “A Celtic Christmas” at Carroll Arts Center in Westminster on Saturday. 410-857-2771

At the Birchmere in Alexandria VA on Saturday it’s Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes w/ Adam Ezra. 703-549-7500

Red Sammy appears at Eastern Shore Brewing in St. Michaels, MD on Saturday at 3 p.m.

A Colonial Christmas will be at the Four Hour Day Lutherie on Harford Road on Sunday. (410) 637-3728

The WTMD Holiday Store is open until midnight on Wednesday. Pick up some great WTMD swag as gifts or for yourself at wtmd.org/shop

We’ll be counting down the Top 89 Songs of 2018, as voted by YOU on Thursday. Tune in to 89.7 FM or wtmd.org or the WTMD app all day.

Playlist for Sunday, December 2nd

Posted: December 2, 2018 in Playlist
The Klezmatics

The Klezmatics

Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
December 2, 2018 5:00PM – 7:00PM

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00PM John Gorka “The Body Parts Medley” True in Time [Red House/Blue Chalk] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

5:03PM The Byrds “Pretty Polly” Sweetheart of the Rodeo [Columbia/Legacy] Playing in the Baltimore area this week (Roger McGuinn & Chris Hillman)

5:06PM Country Gentlemen “Detour” Good as Gold [Sugar Hill] Opening theme

Tellico

Tellico

5:12PM Tellico “West of the Cumberlands” Woven Waters [Organic]

5:17PM Fairport Convention “The Lark in the Morning medley” What We Did On Our Saturday [Matty Grooves] England

5:21PM Mustard’s Retreat “From Short Beach to Long Beach” Make Your Own Luck [www.MustardsRetreat.com]

5:27PM Rosanne Cash “8 Gods of Harlem” She Remembers Everything [Blue Note] w/Elvis Costello & Kris Kristofferson

5:31PM Régis Gizavo “Mahavatse” Mikea [Shanachie] Madagascar

5:34PM Michael Kelly “Lincoln’s Train” Color Factory [www.MichaelKellyTunes.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

5:40PM Elliott Murphy & Iain Matthews “Darkness, Darkness” La Terre Commune [Eminent] USA & England

Pat Wictor

Pat Wictor

5:45PM Pat Wictor “Knock on the Door” This is Absolutely Real – Visions and Versions of Phil Ochs [Risky Disc]

5:50PM Jesse McReynolds & Friends “Alabama Getaway” Songs of the Grateful Dead [Woodstock]

5:58PM The Klezmatics “Happy Joyous Hanuka” Woody Guthrie’s Happy Joyous Hanukkah [Jewish Music Group]

6:02PM Toby Walker “Highway” What You See is What You Get [www.LittleTobyWalker.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:07PM Hot Club of Baltimore “Double Whiskey” Impromptu [Ultrafaux.net/hotclubofbaltimore/] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:12PM Bruce Sudano “It Ain’t Cool” 21st Century World [Purple Heart] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:16PM The Lucky Nows “Girl With No Name” Rise [www.TheLuckyNows.com]

6:24PM Wild Rivers “A Week Ago” Eighty-Eight [www.WildRiversMusic.com] Canada

6:27PM Jimmy Rankin “Haul Away the Whale” Moving East [JimmyRankin.com] Canada (Nova Scotia)

Jupiter & Okwess

Jupiter & Okwess

6:31PM Jupiter & Okwess “Bengai Yo” Kin Sonic [Everloving] Democratic Republic of the Congo

6:35PM Weather Report “Dream Clock” Forecast: Tomorrow [Columbia/Legacy]

6:41PM Divanhana “Da sam ptica” Live in Mostar [ARC Music] Bosnia

6:48PM Dan Navarro “Hard for Me Now” Shed My Skin [Red Hen] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:53PM Brave Combo “Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah” It’s Christmas, Man! [Rounder]

6:56PM Hoven Droven “Årepolska” Jumping at the Cedar [NorthSide] Sweden; Closing theme

Byrds co-founders Roger McGuinn & Chris Hillman with Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives perform Sweetheart of the Rodeo at the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda on Monday. 301-581-5100

There’s an open mic hosted by Rob Hinkal at Teavolve Cafe on Monday with featured guest American Opera. 410-522-1907

The Baltimore Folk Music Society sponsors English Country Dance every Monday at Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter on York Road and American Contra and Square Dancing every Wednesday at the Lovely Lane Church on St. Paul Street. The Second Saturday Square and Contra Dance is at Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter at 7:30pm. 888.646.BFMS

At the Ram’s Head in Annapolis – Monday: Josh Ritter w/ Carsie Blanton; Tuesday: Josh Ritter w/ Wesley Stace (aka John Wesley Harding); Wednesday: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe; Friday & Saturday evening plus Saturday & Sunday afternoon: Carbon Leaf 25th Anniversary Tour w/ Freddy & Francine. 410-268-4545

Caleb Stine has a free show Tuesday at the Creative Alliance. 410-276-1651

The Baltimore Bluegrass Jam is Tuesday at the Five & Dime Ale House in Hampden. 443-835-2179

The Greenberry Woods reunite for an album release show with Kavoosi at WTMD studios in Towson on Thursday. Tickets at WTMD.org

Toby Walker

Toby Walker

Uptown Concerts presents Toby Walker at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday. 410-795-1041

Also Thursday, Odetta Hartman (no relation) opens for the Ballroom Thieves at the Rock & Roll Hotel in Washington. (202) 388-ROCK

At The Soundry in Columbia, MD – Thursday: Steve Poltz; Friday: Rufus Roundtree and Da B’More Brass Factory w/ Feel Free; Saturday: Jonathan Sloane w/ Hayley Fahey. 443.283.1200

The Four Hour Day Lutherie on Harford Road has its monthly First Friday show. (410) 637-3728

Nick and Luke and Their Holiday Band are at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Lutherville on Saturday. 410-252-2711

Walt Michael & Co. are at The Church of the Redeemer on Friday. 410-857-2771

On Friday, New Potato Caboose w/ Lauren Calve are at Baltimore Soundstage. (410) 244-0057

Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band

Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band

Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band are at Pearl Street Warehouse in Washington, DC on Saturday.

Dan Navarro

Dan Navarro

Also Saturday, The Institute of Musical Traditions presents Dan Navarro, Bruce Sudano, and Chas Sandford at Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville, MD. 301-754-3611

On Saturday, Lisa Loeb is at Gordon Center for Performing Arts in Owings Mills. 410.356.7469

Sunday, The Hot Club of Baltimore with guest vocalist Lynn Veronneau bring Gypsy jazz to Sotto Sopra Restaurant.

At the Birchmere in Alexandria VA on Sunday it’s Cheryl Wheeler and John Gorka. 703-549-7500

Also Sunday, Focus Music presents Lox & Vodka at Congregation Tikvat Israel in Rockville. (301) 461-3600

Sunday is World Folk Music Association (WFMA) showcase featuring Andrew McKnight, Michael Kelly, and Brent Ruggles at Positano Ristorante Italiano in Bethesda. 301-608-2121

Next week on Detour: Detour’s Top-10 Songs of 2018. Vote for your top songs of the year at wtmd.org and support your favorite radio station by making a pledge. The top 89 songs will be counted down on Thursday, December 13th.

 

Bill Caddick, who has died aged 74, was already well known on the British folk scene as a master craftsman of songwriting when he was recruited to join the Albion Band at the National Theatre in performances of Lark Rise (1978), Keith Dewhurst’s adaptation of Flora Thompson’s memoir of late-19th century rural England.

The innovative production, directed by Bill Bryden, was performed as a promenade: no seats but with the audience, actors and musicians intermingled. The band, led by Ashley Hutchings and also featuring John Tams, added traditional folk songs to the production, played in a folk-rock style. Caddick was in his element, playing guitar and percussion as well as providing vocals, and he relished the theatrical experience and the closeness of the audience. Dewhurst’s Candleford followed, and Caddick performed on the Albion Band’s 1980 album Lark Rise to Candleford.

Caddick continued to perform and sometimes write songs for National Theatre shows, including Don Quixote (1982), A Country Calendar (1979) and, most notably, the trilogy of plays, The Passion, The Nativity and Doomsday, which made up The Mysteries, Bryden’s landmark promenade production of medieval mystery plays, which transferred to the Lyceum theatre in 1985.

Read full article: Bill Caddick obituary | Music | The Guardian

Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
November 25, 2018 5:00PM – 7:00PM

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00PM Fairport Convention “Now Be Thankful” Richard Thompson: Watching the Dark [Hannibal] England

5:02PM The Albion Dance Band “Merry Sherwood Rangers” The Prospect Before Us [Hannibal] England

5:05PM Jimmy Walker w/Paul Westmoreland & His Pecos River Boys “Detour” Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Hillbilly Music 1945 [Bear Family] Opening theme; Various artists CD

5:11PM Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” Appleseed’s 21st Anniversary: Roots and Branches [Appleseed] Various artists CD

Charles Maimarosia of Small Island Big Song

Charles Maimarosia of Small Island Big Song

5:16PM Various artists “Naka Wara Wara To’o” Small Island Big Song [www.SmallIslandBigSong.com] Various artists CD; Solomon Islands, Madagascar, Hawaii, Taiwan, Vanuatu, more

5:20PM Hot Tuna “Hesitation Blues” Keep On Truckin’ – The Very Best of Hot Tuna [RCA/Legacy] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

5:29PM The Home Service “Never Gonna Be a Cowboy Now” The Home Service [Jigsaw] England; w/Bill Caddick, who passed away this week

5:32PM Jake Aaron “Give Me Your Horse” (single) [www.JakeAaron.com] England

5:36PM Ralph McTell “When I Was a Cowboy” Ralph Albert & Sydney [Leola] England

Réalta

Réalta

5:42PM Réalta “The Longford Weaver” Clear Skies [www.RealtaMusic.com] Ireland

5:46PM Cliff Eberhardt “My Father’s Shoes” The Long Road [Windham Hill] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

5:49PM Mariachi Herencia de México “Rondinela” Herencia de la Tierra Mía [MariachiHeritageFoundation.org]

5:53PM Shawn Colvin w/Mary Chapin Carpenter “Shotgun Down the Avalanche” Columbia Records Radio Hour, Volume 1 [Columbia] Various artists CD; Playing in the Baltimore area this week (Shawn Colvin)

Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Guthrie

6:00PM Arlo Guthrie “50th Anniversary Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” Alice’s Restaurant 50th Anniversary Massacree [Rising Son]

6:21PM Carr & Roswall “The Asbestos Suite” Time Flies [Westpark] England & Sweden

6:24PM Letitia Van Sant “Gut It to the Studs” Gut It to the Studs [www.LetitiaVanSant.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:28PM Grain Thief “The Jigsaw Outlaw” Stardust Lodge [GrainThief.com]

6:31PM Wu Man & Son de San Diego “China Blues” Fingertip Carnival [Wind Music] China & USA

6:39PM The War and Treaty “All I Wanna Do” Healing Tide [Thirty Tigers]

6:45PM Vagabond Motel “Restless” Restless [VagabondMotelBand.com]

David Benedict

David Benedict

6:47PM David Benedict “Dorrigo” The Golden Angle [www.DavidBenedictMusic.com]

6:51PM Beth Snapp “Scream” Don’t Apologize [New Song]

6:55PM The Earls of Leicester “Black Eyed Suzy” Live at the CMA Theatre in the Country Music Hall of Fame [Rounder]

6:57PM Väsen “Johsefins dopvals” Trio [NorthSide] Sweden; Closing theme

The Baltimore Folk Music Society sponsors English Country Dance every Monday at Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter on York Road and American Contra and Square Dancing every Wednesday at the Lovely Lane Church on St. Paul Street. 888.646.BFMS

At the Ram’s Head in Annapolis – Monday and Tuesday: Steve Earle & The Dukes: The Copperhead Road 30th Anniversary Tour w/ The Mastersons; Wednesday: Keith Harkin of Celtic Thunder w/ Joey Harkum; Thursday: ReBirth Brass Band; Friday: Shawn Colvin w/ Seth Glier; Saturday: Scythian; Sunday: Motown & More: A Holiday Celebration. 410-268-4545

At the Birchmere in Alexandria VA – Monday & Tuesday: Melissa Etheridge holiday show; Thursday: Shawn Colvin w/ Seth Glier; Friday: Pure Prairie League and Firefall; Saturday: A Tribute to Little Feat featuring The Nighthawks, Eric Scott, Patty Reese, Tommy Lepson, Brian Simms, Janine Wilson, and more; Sunday; Justin Townes Earle w/ Lauren Calve. 703-549-7500

The BFMS Song Swap is Tuesday at the Four Hour Day Lutherie on Harford Road. Thursday is a Shape-Note Workshop. (410) 637-3728

On Tuesday there’s an old-time music jam led by Ken and Brad Kolodner at the Five & Dime Ale House in Hampden. 443-835-2179

Hot Tuna

Hot Tuna

Also Tuesday Acoustic Hot Tuna is at City Winery in Washington, DC. (202) 250-2531

On Wednesday it’s Country Night & Two-Stepping at Waverly Brewing Company featuring Rusty Sal. 443-438-5765

On Wednesday there’s a bluegrass jam at Lauraville House on Harford Road.

At The Soundry in Columbia, MD – Wednesday: Anaïs Mitchell w/ Moonheart; Friday: Junkyard Saints; Saturday: Yarn. 443.283.1200

Uptown Concerts presents Cliff Eberhardt and Louise Mosrie at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday. 410-795-1041

Also Thursday, Acoustic Hot Tuna is at Gordon Center for Performing Arts in Owings Mills. 410.356.7469

Erin Costello is at The Cabaret at Germano’s in Little Italy on Thursday 410.752.4515 and at Gypsy Sally’s in Washington DC on Saturday. 202-333-7700 http://germanospiattini.com/events

The next BSOPulse concert is Thursday at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Parquet Courts.

Sunny War is at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, DC on Thursday at 6:00.

Toubab Krewe and Jordan August Band are at The 8×10 on Thursday. Saturday it’s The Allman Others Band and Bobby Thompson Trio ~ Hendrix Tribute. 410-625-2000

The next Live Lunch in WTMD’s performance space in Towson is Haerts on Friday. Come see the show live at noon or tune in to 89.7 WTMD.

Nellie McKay is at the Creative Alliance on Friday. 410-276-1651

Black Masala is at Villain & Saint in Bethesda on Friday. (240) 800-4700

Another Friday show is Steve Forbert at Union Stage in Washington, DC. 877.987.6487

The monthly Folkal Point concert series is Saturday at An Die Musik Live! with a Mix ‘N’ Match concert featuring Caleb Stine, The Honey Dewdrops, and Letitia Van Sant. Two shows at 7pm and 9pm. 410-385-2638

Walt Michael & Co. is at Carroll Arts Center in Westminster on Saturday. 410-857-2771

Next Sunday at 5pm, the Roots Café Singer-Songwriter Series presents North East Rising Sun, a new trio featuring Lea Gilmore, Geoffrey Himes and Willem Elsevier, at An Die Musik Live. (410) 385-2638

American Opera is at Dangerously Delicious Pies in Washington DC on Sunday with The Walkaways and Roof Beams. (202) 398-7437

On Tuesday WTMD is celebrating Giving Tuesday with our 4th Annual Pet Food Fund Drive! Start the season of giving off right by contributing at WTMD.org. Thank you for your support!

 

Roy Bailey obituary | Music | The Guardian

Posted: November 20, 2018 in News
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Singer whose political brand of folk music brought him fame in Europe and America

Although Roy Bailey, who has died aged 83, played a significant role in the development of sociology in Britain, he was most widely known as a folk singer. He started in the folk clubs around Southampton and Portsmouth in the early 60s, with a repertoire of the US-based folk and skiffle popular at the time, but quickly found his voice in folk music as a popular expression of political and social dissent. Influenced by singers as diverse as Ewan MacColl and Bob Dylan, he became convinced that folk music could become a powerful vehicle for contemporary social criticism.

As folk gained in popularity, Roy became a star attraction. His rich baritone voice, his charm and skill as a performer, together with his evocation of traditional folk themes, gave him an appeal to a much wider audience than either a purely cultural interest in folk or an unadorned political radicalism would have.

Sign up for the Sleeve Notes email: music news, bold reviews and unexpected In the early years, he often sang with his wife, Val (nee Turbard), whom he met in 1960 and married in 1963, but he also formed a number of other working partnerships, including one that took a historical perspective, with the politician Tony Benn. In 1964, he teamed up with Leon Rosselson, a prolific writer of songs of incisive social comment. They collaborated for many years. He later formed the Band of Hope, a group of traditional English folk musicians that also included Martin Carthy, John Kirkpatrick, Dave Swarbrick and Steafan Hannigan, and together they recorded the CD Rhythm and Reds (1994).

By the 70s, his reputation had spread to mainland Europe, and he sang in Switzerland, Belgium and the Netherlands. During the 80s, he became more widely known in North America, particularly on the west coast of the US and as a regularly featured performer at the Vancouver folk festival, where he met and performed with both Pete Seeger and Billy Bragg. He also performed in Australia in folk festivals and clubs from Sydney to Perth.

Rather than write his own songs, Roy took up material provided by the many performers and writers he met on his travels, each drawing on the traditions of protest of their own country. With songs from Si Kahn, Robb Johnson, Ray Hearne, Geoff Pearson and Rosselson among others, he wove the threads of his own distinctive themes and causes: denunciation of war, political repression, injustice and the impoverishment of working people and minorities.

Read full article: Roy Bailey obituary | Music | The Guardian

Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
November 18, 2018 5:00PM – 7:00PM

* = Interview and live music by Ken & Brad Kolodner

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

4:59PM John Flynn “This Used to be a Country” Vintage [JohnFlynn.net]

5:04PM Johnny Clegg “Africa (What Made You So Strong)” At the Baxter Theatre Capt Town – Best, Live & Unplugged [Appleseed] South Africa

5:08PM Ramblin’ Jack Elliott “Detour” Country Style/Live [Fantasy] Opening theme

5:12PM Helicon “Shalom Chaverim/Patapan/Ding Dong Merrily on High” A Winter Solstice with Helicon [Dorian] *

Ken & Brad Kolodner

Ken & Brad Kolodner

5:23PM Ken & Brad Kolodner “The Swift House” (live in studio) [www.KenKolodner.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:31PM Ken & Brad Kolodner “Happy Hollow/Hunting the Buffalo” (live in studio) [www.KenKolodner.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:38PM Ken & Brad Kolodner “Peeler Creek/North Carolina Breakdown” (live in studio) [www.KenKolodner.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:50PM Ken & Brad Kolodner “Wild Bill Jones” (live in studio) [www.KenKolodner.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:57PM Charm City Junction “Boozy Suzy” Duckpin [www.CharmCityJunction.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

6:03PM De Danann “The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (In Galway)” Song for Ireland [Sugar Hill] Ireland; Alec Finn of De Danann died this week

6:06PM Cyril Pahinui “Pānini Pua Kea” Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters – Instrumental Collection [Dancing Cat] Cyril Pahinui died this week; Various artists CD

Black Masala

Black Masala

6:12PM Black Masala “Tell Me Again” Trains & Moonlight Destinies [www.BlackMasala.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:17PM Pescatore “Downward Dog” Thanks Gods America [pescatore.bandcamp.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:21PM Leo Kottke “Mona Ray” Dreams and All That Stuff [Capitol] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

Seth Kibel

Seth Kibel

6:24PM Seth Kibel “Unfriend” Songs of Snark & Despair [Azalea City] w/Flo Anito; Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:31PM Alec Finn “Éamon an Chnuic” Blue Shamrock [Celtic Heartbeat/Atlantic] Ireland; Alec Finn died this week

6:37PM Dry Branch Fire Squad “Rubber Wheels” Live at Newburyport [Rounder] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:42PM Arlo Guthrie “Remembering Alice” Live in Sydney [Rising Son]

6:51PM Arlo Guthrie “Highway in the Wind” Live in Sydney [Rising Son]

6:55PM Wolfstone “Hector the Hero” Unleashed [Iona/Green Linnet] Scotland; Closing theme

Cyril Pahinui — slack key master, Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winning recording artist, teacher, mentor and role model — died Saturday at Queen’s Medical Center. He had been in declining health for several years and was hospitalized in 2016. He was 68.

Waimanalo born and raised, Cyril Pahinui learned to play by watching his father, slack key master Charles Philip “Gabby” Pahinui, play music in the backyard with a circle of friends that included slack key guitarists Leland “Atta” Issacs and Sonny Chillingworth, and acoustic bassist Manuel “Joe Gang” Kupahu. His first instrument was the ‘ukulele. He started playing slack key at seven and was allowed to start sitting in with the adults at the age of 12.

Read full article: Slack key master Cyril Pahinui dies at 68 – Honolulu Star Advertiser