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- Hosted by Nick & Helen Forster
eTown mixes live music from top performers in a wide variety of styles with conversation and information about our communities, our environment and common sense stewardship.
Tuesday, July 19, 2016 7:00am
This week, eTown welcomes back two musical guests that joined us on the show many years ago, and have returned for a musical check in at eTown Hall. Langhorne Slim first joined us in 2009, and is back in stripped-down fashion to share some of his latest musical explorations, as well as a few collaborations […]
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Monday, July 4, 2016 7:00am
One Man’s Quest to Save the Gorilla By Lauren Price, Katy Canada, Roni Dengler x https://vimeo.com/165519123 Deep in the Rwandan jungle, a park ranger disguised as a buyer in the illegal market for endangered primates felt tears stinging his eyes the second he spotted a battered, malnourished baby gorilla tied up in a sack. Well […]
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Friday, July 1, 2016 11:52am
Since eTown’s inception all the way back in 1991, we have been lucky to have some amazing musicians grace the eTown stage. More often than not when we are digging into the eTown archive we come across a show that is just too good or too unique to not share with our newer eTown listeners. This […]
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Sunday, June 26, 2016 2:21pm
Doniece describes herself as an ‘idea person’. As a young adult, she worked in the corporate world in San Francisco and soon after headed to New York City to continue her work in that arena for a few years more. After 9-11 though, Doniece decided to make a fresh start. When she moved back to […]
Friday, June 24, 2016 3:26pm
Written by our host Nick Forster: Ralph was one of the pioneers, an original. His singing and his banjo playing were instantly recognizable, and he had a great sense of humor and a sly grin. He was true to his native Clinch Mountains of Virginia, always preferring to sing with folks who grew up near […]