The Chattahoochee Folk Hour

Radio show featuring bluegrass and folk music

December 20th, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour with the cast of the Buzzard Mountain Christmas Show

Its Christmastime on the Chattahoochee Folk Hour, and rather than the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future, host Ralph Taylor is visited by the cast of the Buzzard Mountain Christmas show- Jim 'Bob' White; Joe 'Bob' Matteson, Ann Whitley, and the 'Three Arrows', three children of the Adams family who are students of the Pick and Bow program in Dahlonega Georgia. The cast plays several tunes from the Christmas show, which takes place Dec. 22 and 23 at the historic Holly Theater in Dahlonega. The show features the heartwarming story, 'Stubby Pringle Christmas', as told by Jim Boggs of Aragon Georgia. Merry Christmas from the Chattahoochee Folk Hour.


December 13th, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour at Christmas with Diane Durrett

The Christmas celebration continues on the Chattahoochee Folk Hour with Atlanta singer/songwriter Diane Durrett. Diane recently released her Christmas album entitled 'Georgia Christmas', and on this edition, Diane and host Ralph Taylor discuss the making of her album and play several tracks from the CD, including the title track, 'Georgia Christmas' and Diane's original tune 'Rudolph Shines' (with Ralph Roddenberry). So, pour a glass of eggnog and celebrate Christmas with the Chattahoochee Folk Hour.


December 6th, 2011    

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour with The Lovely Drifters

The Chattahoochee Folk Hour welcomes the 'Lovely Drifters', Amy Andrews and Alex Sia, both classically trained musicians who blend Amy's amazing vocals with Alex's soulful cello for a wonderful 'folk fusion'. In this show, the Drifters perform original tunes as well as a few more popular tunes. The show also continues with Christmas music, featuring 'Good News' sung by John Cowan; 'Reunion Song' by The Skaggs Family; and 'Silent Night' by Rhonda Vincent. In the Crazy World segment, Ralph, Amy and Alex guess the meaning of the 10 most popular words for 2011 as chosen by Merriam-Webster dictionary. Finally, the show contains the heartwarming words of Jerry Clower, telling what he likes most about Christmas.