North East Digital Village
- WQGN 105.5 FM: Q105. Today's Hit Music. Groton
- WHUS 91.7 FM: Commercial-free college and community-based radio station broadcasting from the University of Connecticut. Mansfield
- WCNI 90.9 FM: College Radio. Diverse selection of music that's not available anywhere else. New London
- WKNL 100.9 FM: KOOL. Great Oldies. Contest Line: 860-447-8433. New London
- WNLC 98.7 FM: Classic Hits. New London
- WNPR: WNPR Productions include five locally-produced programs, The Faith Middleton Show, Front and Center with Ray Hardman, Essential Radio, Sunday Spotlight and Where We Live. 99.5 Storrs, 90.5 FM Hartford/New Haven, 89.1 FM Norwich/New London, 88.5 FM Stamford/Greenwich, 91.3 FM Southhampton, NY
- WCTY 97.7 FM: Continuous Country Favorites. Norwich
- WICH 1310 AM: Personality Radio. Norwich
- WINY 1350 AM: Live, local, talk radio. Putnam
- WWUH 91.3 FM: Public Alternative Radio. University of Hartford. West Hartford
- WILI 1400 AM: Local news, sports. Affiliates of ABC-Entertainment Radio Network, Connecticut Radio Network, UConn Radio Network, and the World Champion Boston Red Sox Radio Network. Willimantic
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Connecticut Folk Music
Local Folk Musicians
Geoff Kaufman: For the past twenty-eight years, Geoff Kaufman has been leading audiences to find truth, humor, and beauty in folk music. Whether singing sailor songs with his quartet, Forebitter; or environmental songs on board the Sloop Clearwater in the Hudson River; or in solo performances at coffeehouses throughout the Northeast United States and festivals in Europe, Geoff has entertained and touched audiences near and far.
Above all, at the core of Geoff's performance is his rich tenor voice and an exuberant love of singing. And part of that love is to entice audiences to sing along, to share in the exhilaration of full-throated vocalization if they wish. In this age of electronic overload and passive media pabulum, Geoff likes to stress the "live" in live performance, promoting participation, be it by voice or heart or mind.
Nancy Tucker: Nancy Tucker has opened for and appeared with many musical greats including Joan Baez, Tom Paxton and Holly Near, and comedians Stephen Wright, Rob Bartlett and Ed Helms. She has entertained at professional conferences, meetings, celebrations and conventions. Nancy is the recipient of the Connecticut Songwriter of the Year Award, the Outstanding Artistic Achievement Award, and the Outstanding Achievement as a Singer Songwriter Award, all from the Connecticut Songwriter's Association. She has been a finalist in two East Coast fingerstyle guitar competitions. Nancy has released seven CDs. She has been performing and writing professionally for 25 years. Contact Nancy via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Satinwood: Rudi Weeks (Bass), Edmond H. Dupont III (Drums/Percussion), Melanie Motter (Keyboard, Vocals), Paul Motter (Guitar,Bass, Vocals), Eric Roth (Cello). Satinwood is a unique group that performs a wide range of fully arranged acoustic pop classics. From the music of Harry Chapin and James Taylor to Sting and the Neville Brothers, Satinwood takes the listener on a journey through years of memorable and inspiring favorites. The group is dedicated to achieving authenticity in terms of the string arrangements, rhythms and vocal quality of each song. Contact information: Satinwood Productions, P.O. Box 893, East Windsor, CT 06088, satinwoodband @yahoo.com,
Aztec Two Step: " . . . there was Aztec Two-Step, performing with an unrfined sweetness and verve that was folk-rock, pure and simple . . . Here was music that was honest, that spoke from the heart and soul without quilt or guile, that sang of hope, love and peace without any trace of irony. It was music that had it's priorities straight." - The Hartford Courant Contact information: Aztec Two Step, 50 Chapman Place, Studio 214, E. Hartford, Ct 06108, 860-290-8637, email@example.com.
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Connecticut State Troubadours
Bill Pere, one of our Connecticut Troubadours, was named Independent Artist of the Year in 2003 by the national Independent Music Conference. Bill is actively leds LUNCH, the Local United Network to Combat Hunger.
LUNCH is a unique blend of Arts, Education, and Community Outreach that follows the example set by singer-songwriter Harry Chapin in using the power of popular music to produce positive social action.
Other professional artists from the Connecticut Songwriters Association (CSA) have performed with LUNCH in various shows, including Dave Coxe, Scott Sivakoff, Les Julian,
Shauna Beth Mandelburg, Don Donegan, Larry Batter, and many more.
LUNCH has also done concerts along with members of the Chapin Family (Jen, Steve, Tom) and the original members of Harry Chapin's band. [LEARN MORE ABOUT LUNCH HERE]
Contact Bill Pere at 860-984-6508 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his web site at billpere.com.
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Coal Train's Pain Killing Mystery Salve . . .
Coal Train presents a kaliedoscopic view of Americana. . . a folk song or two, songs in the tradition, country swing, ragtime, Ellingtonia, it's all in here someplace. Ben Hartlage: voice and guitar, David Long: mandolin, John MacFarlane: violin, Ben Opie: clarinet, Nathan Peck: bass, with guest appearances that include Jen Zieserel on vocals, Paul Consentino on stride piano, and Ben Hartlage's Grandma. We've heard the CD and love it! If you haven't heard it, or don't own it yet - ORDER IT NOW!
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