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Old Time Music Radio
This Station Plays Tracks Like:
Big Hungry Joe - Rabbit In The Log - Hillbilly Hayride

Martin & Johnson - KC Railroad Blues - Birdie

John Johnson Forked Deer - Strange Creek Fiddling 1947
The Cliffhangers - Chinquapin Hunting - On The Edge

Curly Miller And Carole Anne Rose - Done Gone - Horse Shoe Bend 

 

 
     
 

 
Spud Mountain RFD
     out of Vancouver, Washington
'This is a 1/2 hour long pre-recorded weekly streaming audio program, intended to provide
an oldtime country-folk music resource for NW Oregon-SW Washington. Unless you have a cable, DSL or other fast connection, the audio stream may occasionally be interrupted. '
(Try it out..... I'm on a dial-up and it works fine---OJBC)

 

 
     
 

 
Sugar in the Gourd
     - Features round-the-clock streaming Old-Time music, including Appalachian, String Band, and Balladry.

 

 
     
 

 
Listen to distant and farflung stations stream their broadcasts over the internet 

Here's a
page of links to stations  providing 'old time programming' and derivative music.
 

 
     
  From the CyberArchives  
 

 
Listen to Old Time Music from 78s at
honkingduck.com    Here are 683 recordings of old time music 78s for your listening pleasure (streaming RealAudio format). An obvious labor of love which should cause much emailing of gratitude...Thank you Jim!!
 

 
     
 

 
WOUB Online - Audiosyncrasies -
Interview with Norman Blake Off The Record broadcast from the NPR member station. Includes an audio file of the interview.
 

 
     
 

 
The American Folklife Center
at the Library of Congress was created by Congress in 1976  "to preserve and present American Folklife."  The Center incorporates the Archive of Folk Culture,  which was established at the Library in 1928 as a repository for American Folk  Music.
A page of links and streaming audio will introduce you to this rich site.
 

 
     
 

 
A collection of miscellaneous interviews, news stories  and other features mostly from the NPR archives of  programs like All Things Considered , Fresh Air , etc.

Check it out now
and come back again this page is sure to be updated.

I just don't have time to find these shows now. If you do discover an interesting show, please use the link to submit the information and I will add it to the list as I can.
 

 
     
 

 
Vintage Fiddlers Oral History Project

The goal of the project,
Vintage Fiddling in Eastern Kentucky, is to preserve and to make available to scholars and enthusiasts information about traditional music in the Commonwealth's eastern-most counties.Here's a taste:
J.P. Fraley                May 29, 1985
Delbert Hughes     November 1, 1985
 

 
     
 

 
The Virtual Gramophone: Canadian Historical Sound Recordings,
a multimedia Web site devoted to the first half-century of recorded sound in Canada.When complete it will provide researchers and enthusiasts with a comprehensive look at the 78-rpm era in Canada. Beaucoup de fiddle tunes in real audio and mp3 with a decent search engine for the database.
Here's one -
Le reel de Richmond  ; there's more on our own Audio page.
 

 
     
     
     
     
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