List of episodes
eTown Archive - Grace Potter (2010)
June 23, 2018
This week we’ve dug up a show from May of 2010 featuring Grace Potter & The Nocturnals. At the time Grace and her band were emerging as one of the nation’s foremost rock bands with a rabid fan following. Now, in 2018, Grace has solidified herself as one of the foremost female rockers in music today. Sit back, enjoy, and if you feel inclined, leave a comment.
Dave Alvin / Jimmie Dale Gilmore / Elaine Hamel (Girls at Work)
June 20, 2018
It’s an hour packed full of great songwriting and storytelling on the airwaves this week with singer/songwriter/guitarist/poet Dave Alvin and singer/songwriter/actor Jimmie Dale Gilmore. We dig deep into the songbooks of each artist, and hear some great road stories and insights into the many influences that have shaped their musical styles. Jimmie and Dave will perform both solo and together, inviting their old friend and past musical co...
eTown Archive - David Gray @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre (2006)
June 18, 2018
English singer/songwriter David Gray was catapulted into the spotlight with the release of his album 'White Ladder' in 1998. Since then, we've had the pleasure of having David on the show 3 times. One of those times was at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre here in home state of Colorado in 2006. Today we revisit that show, complete with Nick Forster's backstage interview with David.
eTown Archive - Ray LaMontagne (2008)
June 16, 2018
This week we are kicking off our weekly dig into the eTown Archives with a special snippet from a show back in 2008 at the Boulder Theatre with Ray LaMontagne.Be on the lookout as we will be releasing tons of content from the Archives weekly. Wherever you are this Saturday, sit back and enjoy!
Leftover Salmon / Paul Thorn / Jen Kay (CU Boulder)
June 13, 2018
We’re joined this week by the high energy band and old friends Leftover Salmon, known for their fast licks, clever lyrics and fun loving stage presence. Also with us, singer/songwriter Paul Thorn, who brings his muscular brand of roots rock – bluesy, at times rocking and always infectious. Plus Nick talks with scientist and professor Jen Kay about some alarming developments in global warming.