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Folk Roots Radio is a syndicated radio show hosted and produced by Jan Hall that focuses on bringing new folk, roots and blues music and the voices of upcoming and independent artists to the airwaves. Visit us online at http://folkrootsradio.com.

Latest Episodes

Episode 482 - feat. Martha Renaud In Conversation... on Folk Roots Radio

Welcome to another very special hour of Folk Roots Radio, as we give over the whole of Episode 482 to an in-depth conversation with one of our favourite songwriters, Martha Renaud. Martha Renaud is a fine storytelling songwriter and hugely underrated. She's also pretty prolific - she just released her fourth album since 2015, "Wonderland". So, settle down and enjoy Martha Renaud In Conversation… on Folk Roots Radio. Check out the full on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-482-in-conversation-with-martha-renaud/

61 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 482 - feat. Martha Renaud In Conversation... on Folk Roots Radio

Interview - Del Barber chats about his great new album "Easy Keeper"

Manitoba singer-songwriter Del Barber released a wonderful new album this year - the Americana flavoured "Easy Keeper". Four years in the making, this album really packs a punch. 11 great songs, that are at times deeply personal, and yet at others, quite celebratory. A renowned storyteller in song, Del Barber has produced five critically acclaimed albums and been nominated for JUNO Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Canadian Folk Music Awards. Easy Keeper was predominantly recorded in Manitoba, and produced by Del Barber with Grant Siemens (Corb Lund, Tom Russell), with Bill Western on pedal steel, Bernie Thiessen on bass and Ivan Burke on drums with Geoff Hilhorst​ (​Leeroy Stagger​, ​The Deep Dark Woods​) on keys, and ​Jeremy Rusu (Rosie & The Riveters​, ​Red Moon Road​) on accordion. For more information about the music of Del Barber, visit https://delbarber.com. Music: Del Barber, "Dancing In The Living Room", "Louise" and "Easy Keeper" from "Easy Keeper" (2019,...

30 MIN5 d ago
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Interview - Del Barber chats about his great new album "Easy Keeper"

Episode 481 - feat. Abe Drennan & More New Releases

On Episode 481 of Folk Roots Radio, we head up to Inuvik NWT, and over 100 miles into the Arctic circle, to talk to Bancroft ON raised singer-songwriter, educator and activist Abe Drennan about his latest album "Iglu Sessions" which was recorded in the iconic Igloo Church in Inuvik. It’s a great interview, and very inspirational. As usual, we also check out more of the latest new releases, and this time around we from hear from The Whispering Tree, Burnstick, Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, Frank Birtwistle, Jennis and Tim Grimm. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-481-feat-abe-drennan-more-new-releases/

59 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 481 - feat. Abe Drennan & More New Releases

Episode 480 - feat. Leela Gilday & More New Releases

Yellowknife based indigenous singer-songwriter Leela Gilday joins us on Episode 480 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about her great fifth album "North Star Calling" which was inspired by a need for self-empowerment, facing your fears, and living with courage, boldness and joy. North Star Calling is a fabulous recording, and Leela Gilday is always a great interview. We also include new music from Doug MacArthur, Stephen Fearing, Miranda Mulholland, Sam Weber, The Red River Ramblers, Bobtown, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen and Jessica Rhaye and the Ramshackle Parade. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-480-feat-leela-gilday-more-new-releases/

59 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 480 - feat. Leela Gilday & More New Releases

Interview - Dayna Manning discussing her new chamber folk album "Morning Light"

Dayna Manning has just released a fabulous chamber folk album "Morning Light", recorded with Stratford Festival alumnus Ben Bolt-Martin - who arranged all of the songs for a chamber quartet featuring violin, cello, flute and French horn. Morning Light is a fabulous album, with a sumptuous feel - Dayna's beautiful voice gliding over a lovely instrumental accompaniment, on a great selection of original and traditional songs. Dayna has also released a fine memoir about songwriting entitled “Many Moons: A Songwriter’s Memoir” which tells the story of her three decade career in music using twelve of her own songs to guide the way. As well as being a founding member of Trent Severn (who are currently on hiatus), Dayna Manning also runs Folk Army, a private music instruction academy in Stratford Ontario focused on nurturing human potential through the love of music. For more information about the music of Dayna Manning, visit https://daynamanningmusic.com. Music: Dayna Manning "Charlie ...

39 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Dayna Manning discussing her new chamber folk album "Morning Light"

Interview - Big Little Lions Helen Austin and Paul Otten discuss their new album "Inside Voice"

Big Little Lions, the wonderfully prolific folk pop duo featuring Helen Austin from Vancouver Island, and Paul Otten from Cincinnati, have just released their sixth album “Inside Voice” – fourteen new songs that take their theme from issues in relation to our mental health, that while thoughtful and reflective, still leave the listener feeling optimistic and hopeful for the future. Helen and Paul consistently crank out fabulously addictive folk pop songs – jam-packed with emotion and tight harmonies, that really sound like they are produced by two people working closely side-by-side, rather than thousands of miles apart. Big Little Lions picked up a JUNO for their music in 2014, and the Canadian Folk Music Award for Ensemble of the Year in 2015. They also have a fabulous live show, that always sounds much bigger than the two multi-instrumentalists on stage – Paul on drums, bass, keyboard and vocals; Helen on guitar, foot percussion and vocals. For more information about the Big...

34 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Big Little Lions Helen Austin and Paul Otten discuss their new album "Inside Voice"

Interview - Francine Honey talks about her new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole"

Francine Honey has just released a great new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole" which includes two news songs, the title track and "Christmas Round My Tree" alongside some well chosen holiday classics, and a version of Verlon Thompson's "My Heart Is There With You". The new album was recorded in Nashville with Neilson Hubbard who also produced Francine’s 2018 album “To Be Continued”. Joining them in the studio were a great group of support players, including guitarist Will Kimbrough, pianist Dan Mitchell, and bassist Dean Marold – and Verlon Thompson himself. Francine Honey joined us in the Folk Roots Radio studio to chat about the new album.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Francine Honey talks about her new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole"

Episode 479 - feat. The Pairs & More New Releases

London ON based female fronted folk/pop vocal group The Pairs join us on Episode 479 of Folk Roots Radio for a wonderful conversation about their music and new album “Noise”. They also sing three songs live for us. It’s a fun interview, and definitely worth sticking around for. We also check out more of the new music we've received, and this time around we hear from Sam Weber, Jane Eamon, Martha Renaud, Katie Dahl, Searson, Deni Gauthier and The Marrieds. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-479-feat-the-pairs-more-new-releases/

59 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 479 - feat. The Pairs & More New Releases

Episode 478 - feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Multi-instrumentalists Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler make music together as The Rough & Tumble. If you're a regular listener to this show you'll know that we're big fans of this folky rootsy Americana duo who gave up their permanent home in 2015 for a life on the road with their dogs; traveling from gig to gig in their small RV. They join us on Episode 478 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about their latest album "Howling Back At The Wounded Dog" which feels like a bit of game changer as far as their career is concerned. Alongside some great songs from the new album, it’s a really fun interview. We also include new music from Jason Wilson, Jane Eamon, Coco Love Alcorn, Miranda Mulholland alongside a special musical tribute to the late great John Mann, leader of iconic Canadian folk rock band Spirit Of The West. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-478-feat-the-rough-tumble-and-more-new-releases/

59 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 478 - feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Episode 477 - feat. Mattie Leon & More New Releases

Mattie Leon, the fantastic Toronto based singer-songwriter with a wonderful catchy and soulful folk/pop style joins us in the studio on Episode 477 of Folk Roots Radio for a chat about his music and three live songs. Later in the hour, we also squeeze in his fabulous new single “Silver Line”. As usual, we wrap up the episode with more of the great new music we’ve received, and this time we hear from Bobtown, Dori Freeman, Ellen Froese, The Dreadnoughts, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, Jerry Leger, The Hearts and Miranda Mulholland. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-477-feat-mattie-leon-more-new-releases/

59 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 477 - feat. Mattie Leon & More New Releases

Latest Episodes

Episode 482 - feat. Martha Renaud In Conversation... on Folk Roots Radio

Welcome to another very special hour of Folk Roots Radio, as we give over the whole of Episode 482 to an in-depth conversation with one of our favourite songwriters, Martha Renaud. Martha Renaud is a fine storytelling songwriter and hugely underrated. She's also pretty prolific - she just released her fourth album since 2015, "Wonderland". So, settle down and enjoy Martha Renaud In Conversation… on Folk Roots Radio. Check out the full on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-482-in-conversation-with-martha-renaud/

61 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 482 - feat. Martha Renaud In Conversation... on Folk Roots Radio

Interview - Del Barber chats about his great new album "Easy Keeper"

Manitoba singer-songwriter Del Barber released a wonderful new album this year - the Americana flavoured "Easy Keeper". Four years in the making, this album really packs a punch. 11 great songs, that are at times deeply personal, and yet at others, quite celebratory. A renowned storyteller in song, Del Barber has produced five critically acclaimed albums and been nominated for JUNO Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Canadian Folk Music Awards. Easy Keeper was predominantly recorded in Manitoba, and produced by Del Barber with Grant Siemens (Corb Lund, Tom Russell), with Bill Western on pedal steel, Bernie Thiessen on bass and Ivan Burke on drums with Geoff Hilhorst​ (​Leeroy Stagger​, ​The Deep Dark Woods​) on keys, and ​Jeremy Rusu (Rosie & The Riveters​, ​Red Moon Road​) on accordion. For more information about the music of Del Barber, visit https://delbarber.com. Music: Del Barber, "Dancing In The Living Room", "Louise" and "Easy Keeper" from "Easy Keeper" (2019,...

30 MIN5 d ago
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Interview - Del Barber chats about his great new album "Easy Keeper"

Episode 481 - feat. Abe Drennan & More New Releases

On Episode 481 of Folk Roots Radio, we head up to Inuvik NWT, and over 100 miles into the Arctic circle, to talk to Bancroft ON raised singer-songwriter, educator and activist Abe Drennan about his latest album "Iglu Sessions" which was recorded in the iconic Igloo Church in Inuvik. It’s a great interview, and very inspirational. As usual, we also check out more of the latest new releases, and this time around we from hear from The Whispering Tree, Burnstick, Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards, Frank Birtwistle, Jennis and Tim Grimm. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-481-feat-abe-drennan-more-new-releases/

59 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 481 - feat. Abe Drennan & More New Releases

Episode 480 - feat. Leela Gilday & More New Releases

Yellowknife based indigenous singer-songwriter Leela Gilday joins us on Episode 480 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about her great fifth album "North Star Calling" which was inspired by a need for self-empowerment, facing your fears, and living with courage, boldness and joy. North Star Calling is a fabulous recording, and Leela Gilday is always a great interview. We also include new music from Doug MacArthur, Stephen Fearing, Miranda Mulholland, Sam Weber, The Red River Ramblers, Bobtown, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen and Jessica Rhaye and the Ramshackle Parade. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-480-feat-leela-gilday-more-new-releases/

59 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 480 - feat. Leela Gilday & More New Releases

Interview - Dayna Manning discussing her new chamber folk album "Morning Light"

Dayna Manning has just released a fabulous chamber folk album "Morning Light", recorded with Stratford Festival alumnus Ben Bolt-Martin - who arranged all of the songs for a chamber quartet featuring violin, cello, flute and French horn. Morning Light is a fabulous album, with a sumptuous feel - Dayna's beautiful voice gliding over a lovely instrumental accompaniment, on a great selection of original and traditional songs. Dayna has also released a fine memoir about songwriting entitled “Many Moons: A Songwriter’s Memoir” which tells the story of her three decade career in music using twelve of her own songs to guide the way. As well as being a founding member of Trent Severn (who are currently on hiatus), Dayna Manning also runs Folk Army, a private music instruction academy in Stratford Ontario focused on nurturing human potential through the love of music. For more information about the music of Dayna Manning, visit https://daynamanningmusic.com. Music: Dayna Manning "Charlie ...

39 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Dayna Manning discussing her new chamber folk album "Morning Light"

Interview - Big Little Lions Helen Austin and Paul Otten discuss their new album "Inside Voice"

Big Little Lions, the wonderfully prolific folk pop duo featuring Helen Austin from Vancouver Island, and Paul Otten from Cincinnati, have just released their sixth album “Inside Voice” – fourteen new songs that take their theme from issues in relation to our mental health, that while thoughtful and reflective, still leave the listener feeling optimistic and hopeful for the future. Helen and Paul consistently crank out fabulously addictive folk pop songs – jam-packed with emotion and tight harmonies, that really sound like they are produced by two people working closely side-by-side, rather than thousands of miles apart. Big Little Lions picked up a JUNO for their music in 2014, and the Canadian Folk Music Award for Ensemble of the Year in 2015. They also have a fabulous live show, that always sounds much bigger than the two multi-instrumentalists on stage – Paul on drums, bass, keyboard and vocals; Helen on guitar, foot percussion and vocals. For more information about the Big...

34 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Big Little Lions Helen Austin and Paul Otten discuss their new album "Inside Voice"

Interview - Francine Honey talks about her new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole"

Francine Honey has just released a great new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole" which includes two news songs, the title track and "Christmas Round My Tree" alongside some well chosen holiday classics, and a version of Verlon Thompson's "My Heart Is There With You". The new album was recorded in Nashville with Neilson Hubbard who also produced Francine’s 2018 album “To Be Continued”. Joining them in the studio were a great group of support players, including guitarist Will Kimbrough, pianist Dan Mitchell, and bassist Dean Marold – and Verlon Thompson himself. Francine Honey joined us in the Folk Roots Radio studio to chat about the new album.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Interview - Francine Honey talks about her new holiday album "Take Me To The North Pole"

Episode 479 - feat. The Pairs & More New Releases

London ON based female fronted folk/pop vocal group The Pairs join us on Episode 479 of Folk Roots Radio for a wonderful conversation about their music and new album “Noise”. They also sing three songs live for us. It’s a fun interview, and definitely worth sticking around for. We also check out more of the new music we've received, and this time around we hear from Sam Weber, Jane Eamon, Martha Renaud, Katie Dahl, Searson, Deni Gauthier and The Marrieds. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-479-feat-the-pairs-more-new-releases/

59 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 479 - feat. The Pairs & More New Releases

Episode 478 - feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Multi-instrumentalists Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler make music together as The Rough & Tumble. If you're a regular listener to this show you'll know that we're big fans of this folky rootsy Americana duo who gave up their permanent home in 2015 for a life on the road with their dogs; traveling from gig to gig in their small RV. They join us on Episode 478 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about their latest album "Howling Back At The Wounded Dog" which feels like a bit of game changer as far as their career is concerned. Alongside some great songs from the new album, it’s a really fun interview. We also include new music from Jason Wilson, Jane Eamon, Coco Love Alcorn, Miranda Mulholland alongside a special musical tribute to the late great John Mann, leader of iconic Canadian folk rock band Spirit Of The West. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-478-feat-the-rough-tumble-and-more-new-releases/

59 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 478 - feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Episode 477 - feat. Mattie Leon & More New Releases

Mattie Leon, the fantastic Toronto based singer-songwriter with a wonderful catchy and soulful folk/pop style joins us in the studio on Episode 477 of Folk Roots Radio for a chat about his music and three live songs. Later in the hour, we also squeeze in his fabulous new single “Silver Line”. As usual, we wrap up the episode with more of the great new music we’ve received, and this time we hear from Bobtown, Dori Freeman, Ellen Froese, The Dreadnoughts, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, Jerry Leger, The Hearts and Miranda Mulholland. Check out the full playlist on the website: https://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-477-feat-mattie-leon-more-new-releases/

59 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 477 - feat. Mattie Leon & More New Releases
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