Sundays @ 10:00 - 11am, Replay Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00am with Deputy Don
America’s Test Kitchen Radio host Chris Kimball will introduce listeners to an eclectic collection of test cooks and food experts from the Test Kitchen, and people who come at food and cooking from unique and useful perspectives, with rich stories to tell.
E Town is a nonprofit, nationally syndicated radio broadcast, multimedia and events production company. Since 1991, eTown has produced musical, social and environmental programming to uplift and inspire listeners around the world. The eTown community comes for the music, and stays for the message. The shows are recorded in front of a live audience, in our solar powered theater, eTown Hall, which also serves as a social and environmental hub for community events.
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The “Bar Nothin’ Ranch” is a name I stole from Tennessee Ernie Ford. It was the name of his radio show in L.A. in the 40’s and 50’s. He’s dead now so probably won’t care. Other than OLD country and cowboy music, the only other music from my musical “puberty” is Rockabilly, so you’ll hear that stuff.
Along with regular side-kicks Maxine Watson, Edward Zargasterley Jones and Phil the janitor and occasional guests – and the fact that the Motel itself is never quite what it seems – the show exudes a love of music, art and life.
“All you who are tired, lonely, restless, bored, dejected – put all your worries aside and let The Woman in Black scare you instead.” Produced and hosted by Gudrun Brunot, The Woman in Black casts a shadow upon the Methow Valley with shows featuring stories by famous or not so well-known writers.
It’s got accordion music (but not all the time); it’s got humor; it’s got me; it’s got field recordings (watch where you step); it’s got vinyl (when you hear the bacon fryin’, you know the vinyl’s flying. Old music for the young; young music for the old; new music for the bold; gospel music for the fold; blues for the blue; bag pipes for the hardly listening.
“It’s all Rock and Roll to me, being born in 1950, I grew up with Elvis, Rockabilly, Doo Wop, R&B & Blues. That said, there’s a good case to be made for Hank Williams, Bob Wills, Swing, Jump Jive, Negro Spirituals and Pow Wow Music among many others being R&R. So I won’t “fence it in”, it’s all Rock & Roll – Baby.