For anyone who missed this weekend’s broadcast of “A Prairie Home Companion,” the show has been archived on the PHC website, and is available for listening via streaming audio. Also, Terry “Buffalo” Ware is really cool, but not nine feet tall.
Here’s the latest information on John’s appearance on “A Prairie Home Companion,” scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 29. The show will also be posted to the PHC web archive on the Sunday afternoon following the live broadcast.
John’s upcoming appearance on NPR’s World Cafe has been postponed; the show will now air in most markets on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Check your local listings for confirmation of the air date and time.
John’s appearance on “Art of the Song,” recorded at WoodyFest this past July, is available for listening on the Art of the Song website.
Everyone at Fullbright HQ is very pleased to announce that John has been selected to be one of the performers playing at the American Music Masters Tribute Concert Honoring Chuck Berry in Cleveland on October 27. The culmination of a week-long celebration of Chuck Berry’s life and music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the concert will be held at PlayhouseSquare’s State Theater in Cleveland.
A quick heads-up that John will be on NPR’s World Cafe, with host David Dye, the week of September 26. The show will run in most markets on Sept. 26 (consult your local listings for confirmation of the air date and time) and will be available as streaming audio online.
John and the whole band (Terry “Buffalo” Ware, Giovanni “Nooch” Carnuccio III, and David Leach) played at the Fayetteville Roots Festival a couple of weeks ago, and the good folks at Folk Alley have posted video of several of the songs.
John recorded a session for the folks at Daytrotter.com a while back, and here’s the whole show. Five songs in the mini-concert: “Fat Man,” “Gawd Above,” “Me Wanting You,” “Daydreamer,” and “Satan and St. Paul.”
The Fullbright team is very pleased to announce that John will be appearing on “A Prairie Home Companion” on September 29. Tickets are available for the live broadcast performance at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota.
John had a great time talking with the folks from Art of the Song, creativity radio from Albuquerque. We’ll post air dates and streaming audio links when they’re available. In the meantime, here are some pictures of John with Vivian Nesbitt and John Dillon, co-hosts and co-executive producers of the show.