Acoustic Interlude

Sundays Noon - 4:00 p.m.

February 28, 2021

Credit Blueblade Records

Jeffrey Foucault hates to see his songs orphaned because there's no room on a particular recording. Deadstock (2021, Blueblade Records) solves that problem. It's a collection of abandoned tracks rescued over the past 15 years of studio sessions. Long time band-mates Catlin Canty, Pieta Brown, and Kris Delmhorst are all featured in this collection of previously uncollected songs.

Colin Hay
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Also this week, new music from former Men at Work frontman Colin Hay, the metrograss band Dustbowl Revival, and a great performing songwriter and our good friend, Dana Cooper.

We are all saddened and shocked by the sudden passing of our friend David Olney during last year's 30A Songwriters Festival. He did an interview and performance session for us just hours before his passing, view the recorded live stream: David Olney at 30A.

David was our very first guest when we began remote broadcasts from the 30A back in 2011.

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.

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. 

Acoustic Interlude Sessions Podcast

Contact Acoustic Interlude: acoustic@wuwf.org  (800) 239-9893  (850) 474-2787  

 Visit the Acoustic Interlude You Tube Channel.

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