Streaming Radio Programs on the
WDVX - 89.9 FM,
Clinton, TN The music plays 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week!
"Live At Laurel" at 7 PM
and again as part of the "Blue Plate Special"
at Noon. All performances are recorded Live directly from
the the historic Laurel Theater in Knoxville Tennessee.
Hog in the Woods w/ Brent Cantrell
time fiddle and banjo tunes. 8PM
Cumberland Trail with host Bobby Fulcher
Opry - from 10:00am to 1:00pm
variety of traditional American music
Irish-American Cafe - Acoustic Warrior:
from 1:30 to 3:00 a
mix of Celtic and old-time mountain music
Deep in Tradition with Rich Kirby - from
3:30 to 6:30pm Pull
on your hip boots! Rich digs deep on this legendary
traditional music program
the Roots with Sally Goodin, the Acoustic
Warrior, Johnny Appalseed, Steve H & the Flying
Dutchman - from 12 to 2:30pm traditional
- 88.7 FM,
Spottswood Show, ,
10:00 to Midnight Dick's
playlist might reach back to the 1890's and the
beginnings of recorded sound, but he concentrates on
music from the 1920's through the 1950's when the
industry was still capturing music in place and recording
units were travelling to towns in the south and southwest
to capture regional music in contemporary settings.
in Durham, NC
Hosted by Steve Gardner, Noon to 3pm
Topsoil features old-time, bluegrass and
celtic music. Join host steve for a sampling of music
from 1920's string bands to Ireland's finest folk tunes.
radio in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
* Live Fiddle Music on the Internet. Every Saturday
from 7 -8 pm and every Sunday from 8-9 pm (Atlantic
time -- one hour later than Eastern time
Angeles Public Radio
Join Frank Hoppe for Bluegrass, Etc. every Sunday
from 6:00 - 10:00 AM (Pacific).
Hoppe features traditional bluegrass, old-time and early
Tech's student owned & operated radio station
Joe Bussard's Country Classics -rare
country, folk, bluegrass, country blues, and gospel from
the first half of the 20th Century. Drawing on his
extensive collection of vintage
78rpm records, Joe not only plays these old-time
classics, but provides knowledgeable commentary about
their origins and the artists themselves.
A weekly archive can be found at the following:
Community College- NC Public Radio
3:00 PM Rotating Hosts: Joe Cline and John Fowler
The old time music tradition of the mountains is alive
and well for two hours each week.