McGuire's Home Page
- Banjo picker, creative
writer Odell McGuire paints beautiful word pictures about rural life
in Virginia. His Old Time Music section features a Traditions Sampler,
with banjo sound clips representing different regions and eras.
- You can order Bruce's
CDs, check his concert and workshop schedule, or just read the news!
- MP3 Streams - Old-Time and Traditional Music
- Crank up Old-Time
music on your computer 24/7. All you need is an MP3 player to listen
to the following broadcasts:
- To access, the
broadcast, point your web browser at www.live365.com, go
to the LISTEN tab & follow the prompts...the broadcast is under
the folk category. Or, type "appalachian" in the search field and
select the show from the listing. You'll need a player that can read
MP3 files (many are available for free download). Or, point your MP3
player (NOT your web browser), directly at the server: http://184.108.40.206:7972
For suggestions -or- submissions, contact Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Buckdancer's Choice Radio Show
Choice" features old-time music on Tuesday nights from 7-9 Eastern
Standard Time. Several of you have inquired from time to time as to
our availability, so here's how you can get us. Thanks for your interest.
How to pick up WRFG-FM:
2. Scroll down the page and select "Program Guide."
3. At top of page where it says "Now hear us worldwide...," click
4. On the welcome to Little Five Points page, click on "L5P Live"
(blue button on left)
5. Click on the yellow "Tune In" button
6. The first time you tune in, you'll have to download winamp for
Windows (free) or macamp for Macs (it costs). Follow the prompts.
- Cumberland Trail -- WDVX.COM
- This program
presents musicians from eleven counties the trail crosses (plus a
couple other Cumberland Plateau counties that we may connect with
eventually), and music written about historical events or places in
the region, or inspired by musicians from this region. Much of the
content will come from custom or home recordings, or field recording,
with a few 78s, reissues, and bona fide commercial recordings thrown
- Rats Won't Stay Where There's
- Creator Dale
Walter offers more old-time favorites at www.live365.com, and
has minimized the overlap of play lists with Appalachian Old-Time
Throwdown.To access the broadcast, follow the instructions above,
but type "old time" or "rats" in the search field and select the show
from the listing. Or, point your MP3 player (NOT your web browser),
directly at the server: http://220.127.116.11:11650
- The Old-Time
Country Music Show. Also
The direct server address is http://18.104.22.168:7100
in the Gourd - Old Time, All the Time
- Hours of streaming old-time music here!
- Spud Mountain
- A new show is
posted every Wednesday. It's about a half hour of music. Go to the
site, and click on "turn the radio on".
- RADIO Y U R - The KingPup
- The programs
are continuous, although they usually repeat after a few hours, and
the programmers change them as often as they feel like it, or not.
- The Smithsonian
offers 9 broadcasts divided up by genre. Old-Time tracks featureDock
Boggs, Roscoe Holcomb, Elizabeth Cotton, and many others. Multiple
broadcasts cater to both high-bandwidth folks and dial up modem people.
If you need an MP3 Player, Winamp will probably work. You can point your MP3 player
directly to the servers that stream the music: http://22.214.171.124:19796,http://126.96.36.199:7020,http://188.8.131.52:12810
- In 1971 Michael
Holmes founded Mugwumps Instrument Herald to provide a central place
where people interested in folk music could buy, sell, trade and learn
about the musical instruments on which the music was made, namely banjos,
guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, autoharps, ukelins, zithers, glass harmonicas,
kazoos, and anything else he felt might be of interest to readers.
The website will
include some of the best articles from earlier issues, and eventually
classified ads, new articles about old instruments, profiles of contemporary
instrument makers and tips & techniques for repairing, and maintaining
vintage instruments, and building new ones.
- More great Old-Time
links and some dandy photos, too!