Jon Stein has been performing and pushing folk music even before I met him at UNM back in 1972. He introduced me to a couple of my very best friends, Jon "Boo Boo" Bowman (New Mexico Magazine, Santa Fe Film Festival) and Erik Ness (New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau, Danger Peligro Detective Agency).
Jon is still performing and pushing folk music, though these days he lives in Goshen, N.Y. He's responsible for Folk at Goshen Inn, he books folk artists including Tom Pacheco, and he's got a radio show, that, unlike mine, you can hear on the internet. His Hootenanny Cafe airs Fridays at 6PM on WTBQ AM 1110 and Sundays at 9PM.
So check him out.
I'm off work this week, so there will be no Roundhouse Round-up Thursday. Look for my political here next Thursday.
Friday is my BEST CDS of 2003 column. Selections from those CDs will be featured on Sunday's Terrell's Sound World on KSFR (10 p.m. to midnight).
On Friday's Santa Fe Opry (same time, same station) I'll be playing my selections I submitted for the annual Freeform American Roots Radio (FAR) poll. There's some overlap with the other best-of list. But the FAR poll is for country and "roots" music, so there will be albums not on the other list.
Confused? Don't be. Just enjoy the music.
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