Sundays Noon - 4:00 p.m.
- Hosted by John Macdonell
May 20, 2018
Talented and outspoken Susan Werner was an accomplished operatic singer when she decided she would rather be a performing songwriter. A dozen studio albums later, she has a devoted following and is one of the leaders of the East Coast folk movement. We’ll hear songs from her latest release, An American in Havana and some of her earlier recordings.
AI at 30A
This week from the 30A Festival, a session with Eliot Bronson. A native of Baltimore, he got his start in Atlanta, fronting the popular bands The Brilliant Inventions and Yonder Orphans.
Acoustic Interlude visited the 2018 30A Songwriters Festival, January 12 - 14. Interview and performance sessions with Festival artists are featured each week during the 2:00 hour of Acoustic Interlude (2:06 p.m. following NPR Headlines).
Featured artists this year include John Gorka, Mary Gauthier, Jeff Black, Vanessa Peters, Peter Karp, and many more.
Acoustic Interlude features new recordings and music from an extensive collection of contemporary and progressive acoustic music. The emphasis is on progressive folk with some traditional and classic styles. Interview and performance sessions from our Studio-A are featured weekly.
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