The Chattahoochee Folk Hour

Radio show featuring bluegrass and folk music

November 29th, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour at Christmas

Its Christmas on the Chattahoochee Folk Hour, and in this edition, host Ralph Taylor plays bluegrass and folk Christmas tunes featuring such great artists as EmmyLou Harris, Ricky Skaggs, John Cowan, Tony Rice, James Taylor, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Allen Levi and Chuck Brodsky. Ralph also presents Robert Frost's poem, 'Christmas Trees', written in 1916, about a farmer who turned down an offer to buy the trees off of his land for use as Christmas trees. Finally, Ralph shares a personal story about finding the 'perfect' Christmas tree. Merry Christmas from The Chattahoochee Folk Hour.

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November 22nd, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour with Angela Easterling

South Carolina native Angela Easterling appears on this special Thanksgiving edition of the Folk Hour. A Kerrville Folk Music Festival finalist and a Telluride Troubador, Angela sings songs of 'Americana' with powerful vocals and moving lyrics. She is a talented performer, playing both guitar and mandolin on the show. On this Thanksgiving edition, Ralph airs his interview with a Butterball Turkey representative for tips and funny stories for the preparation of your Thanksgiving Turkey. You can find out more information about Angela Easterling at her website, www.angelaeasterling.com. Happy Thanksgiving to all, and thanks for listening to The Chattahoochee Folk Hour.

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November 8th, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour with Callaghan

Enjoy the wonderful songs of British singer/songwriter Callaghan in this episode of the Folk Hour. Callaghan moved to Atlanta in 2010, and since then, she has been touring the US, opening for Shawn Mullins. She is a true talent, and her rich vocals have been compared to Emmy Lou Harris and Norah Jones. On the show, Callaghan performs several songs and discusses her new CD, 'Life in Full Colour'. You can find out more about Callaghan at her website, www.callaghansongs.com.

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