Loreena McKennitt / Greg Laswell / Sue Lee (Sock It To ’em Sock Campaign)

September 05, 2018

We’re joined this week by Celtic/world musician Loreena McKennitt. McKennitt’s ‘eclectic Celtic’ music has received critical acclaim world-wide, and gold, platinum and multi-platinum sales awards in 15 countries across four continents. Also with us is folk-pop singer/songwriter Greg Laswell. Plus a conversation with eChievement Award winner Sue Lee, founder of the Sock It To ’em Sock Campaign that aims to cover the feet...

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eTown Archive - Loudon Wainwright III (1993)

September 01, 2018

This week we'd like to send some birthday love to the one-and-only Loudon Wainwright III. We've had the pleasure of having Loudon on the show 9 times throughout the years, the first of which is this excerpt from 1993. His classic wit was on display!

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Michael Franti / Victoria Canal / Dr. William Brown (One World Medical Relief)

August 29, 2018

We’re joined this week by prolific musician, humanitarian, filmmaker, and activist Michael Franti. Franti believes in using music as a vehicle for positive change and is revered for his energetic live shows, inspiring music, worldwide philanthropy efforts and connection to his global fanbase. Also with us is up-and-coming singer/songwriter Victoria Canal. Victoria has one arm yet plays piano & guitar alongside having an incredible voi...

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eTown Archive - Willie Nelson (1996)

August 25, 2018

This week we're going all the way back to August 22, 1996, when we had the pleasure of welcoming country music legend Willie Nelson to the eTown stage. Willie is one of the best songwriters, storytellers, singers and guitar players that we know and we're so thrilled that he is still at it at age 85. Kick back and enjoy this excerpt from the archives!

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eTown On The Road: Mavis Staples / Ani DiFranco (Pt. 2)

August 22, 2018

This week, eTown is back at Denver’s historic Paramount Theater for part two of our special broadcast featuring music and Civil Rights legend Mavis Staples, and one of America’s most independent female artists Ani DiFranco. We’ll pick up where we left off last week, with more great music and conversation with Mavis and Ani, plus a show-closing finale that’s sure to bend a few ears. Make sure to tune...

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