Last Five Songs Played

  • Classical via WHFR by Classical via WHFR off of Classical via WHFR from N/A
  • Sand Ocean Sunset by bLiNd off of F-zero Megamix from Self Release
  • Return To Camp Blood by Mitch Murder off of Single from Self Release
  • Powerglove (It's So Bad) by Dj CUTMAN ft. Benjamin Briggs off of Single from Self Release
  • Khaleesi by City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra off of Music of Game of Thrones from Silva Classics

Ann Arbor Folk Festival Musical Artists featured on select programs January 22 & 23. Read more....

Please join host John Bommarito as he highlights some of the wonderful musical artists performing in this year's Ann Arbor Folk Festival. For this special preview, listen to:
Light From the Underground - Saturday, Jan. 22nd 10am-Noon
No Boys Aloud - Saturday, Jan 22nd Noon-2pm
Acoustic Alternatives - Sunday, Jan. 23rd 10am-1pm

Musical Artists Performing This Year:
THE AVETT BROTHERS-------------------------CITIZEN COPE (solo)
VIENNA TENG with ALEX WONG-----------------THE SPRING STANDARDS
THE PAPER RAINCOAT-------------------------ANAIS MITCHELL
THEO KATZMAN-------------------------------SUSAN WERNER, mc
THE SWELL SEASON---------------------------JUDY COLLINS
MAVIS STAPLES------------------------------EILEN JEWELL
THE DOYLE & DEBBIE SHOW--------------------NEWFOUND ROAD
RED HORSE featuring ELIZA GILKYSON, JOHN GORKA AND LUCY KAPLANSKY

The Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival, a fundraiser for The Ark, will celebrate its 34th year with some of the finest in traditional and contemporary artists. The Festival returns to Hill Auditorium for two dynamic and different nights of folk and roots music on Friday, January 28, and Saturday, January 29, beginning at 6:30 p.m. each night. In keeping with the Festival's longstanding reputation, each night will feature a blend of renowned and up-and-coming performers, providing audiences with the opportunity to hear popular artists working at the top of their field while discovering terrific new talent. All funds raised through the Festival benefit The Ark, Ann Arbor's non-profit home for folk, roots, and ethnic music.

For more information about this event check out:
http://theark.org/ann_arbor_folk_festival.html