Sundays Noon - 4:00 p.m.
- Hosted by John Macdonell
February 16, 2020
Charlie Parr is a native of Minnesota and a member of the thriving community of acoustic blues and folk artists from his state. Equally at home with a classic National Steel resonator, fretless banjo or 12-string guitar, Charlie delivers a powerful mix of highly energetic original songs.
We'll check out tracks from his latest recording, 2019's self-titled Charlie Parr and some earlier favorites.
This week from the 2020 30A Songwriter's Festival, a great interview and performance from our friend Webb Wilder.
Each year Acoustic Interlude travels to the 30A Festival and gathers recorded sessions from dozens of artists. Sessions can be heard during the 2:00 p.m. hour of Acoustic Interlude and are also featured on the Acoustic Interlude Sessions podcast.
We are all saddened and shocked by the sudden passing of our friend David Olney during this year's 30A Songwriters Festival.
This interview and performance session was completed just hours before David's death. He was a remarkable talent and a very kind and generous person. He will be greatly missed by all of us at WUWF Public Media.
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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