Bound for Glory, Live Folk Concert Broadcast

Sunday nights, North America's longest running live folk concert broadcast, can be heard from The Cafe at Anabel Taylor Hall at Cornell University.

WVBR's Bound for Glory brings to central New York a series of free folk concerts on WVBR-FM 93.5 and 105.5. It's some excellent acoustic music, presented by long-time host Phil Shapiro.

Live sets are at 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30pm. All three are different and you can come to as many as you wish. Admission to the live audience is free and open to everyone. Kids are always welcome, and refreshments are available.

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45thrd Season (Winter)
Date Description
March 2012 25-Mar-2012 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
18-Mar-2012 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
18-Mar-2012 Four Shillings Short.
Four Shillings Short It's been quite a while. This charming neo-celtic duo will surprise us with songs we don't expect to hear, played on instruments we don't expect either, including Sitar. They will leave you with a big grin, wanting to hear more.
04-Mar-2012 Garnet Rogers.
Garnet Rogers Garnet is one of the finest singer-songwriters and performers in all of Canada, and he's one of our very favorites on Bound for Glory. He has a marvelous voice, an incredible connection to the audience, and he's often quite funny as well.
February 2012 26-Feb-2012 Small Potatoes.
Small Potatoes A wonderful, eclectic duo, in from Illinois. Small Potatoes is a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award, with a Live at Bound for Glory CD. Their songs have tremendous variety. More and more of them are homemade. Incredibly warm and welcoming.
19-Feb-2012 The Pearly Snaps.
Join us for the second Bound for Glory for this remarkable Old Timey duo. Rosie Newton and Stephanie Jenkins bring us some really old songs, and some newer ones, too, with tight harmonies and understated, magical instrumentals. And they'll bring some friends.
12-Feb-2012 James Keelaghan.
James Keelaghan James Keelaghan makes his long awaited return to Bound for Glory. He's a really fine songwriter, coming to us from the Canadian prairies, writing of history, philosophy, maybe even of truth. A powerful performer who will be sure to get your attention.
05-Feb-2012 Al Parrish.
Al Parrish Al Parrish should be familiar to many in the folk community as the bass player of the late, lamented Ontario band Tanglefoot. Now he's out on his own. Al is a wonderful songwriter, guitarist, and a charming performer, with a great voice and a big, welcoming style. And, yes, he lived in Ithaca for a while.
January 2012 29-Jan-2012 Traonach.
Traonach The return of Ithaca's fine celtic band. They started out in the Tuesday night Irish sessions, and grew into a touring band of considerable quality. Lots of energy, great tunes, excellent songs. Traonach brings a smile to your face and gets your toes tapping.
22-Jan-2012 Mike Agranoff.
Mike Agranoff Funny, sometimes very funny. Serious, sometimes very serious. Mike Agranoff has been on Bound for Glory many times, with his ever-growing collection of parodies and recitations, and a remarkable repertoire of recent songs by a wide variety of writers. An amazing experience.
44th Season (Fall)
Date Description
15-Jan-2012 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
08-Jan-2012 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
01-Jan-2012 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. New Year's Show. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
December 2011 25-Dec-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Holiday Show. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
18-Dec-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Winter Solstice Show. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
11-Dec-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
04-Dec-2011 Guy Davis.
Guy Davis We'll end our Fall in the best of style with the return of Guy Davis, incredible performer and guitarist who's devoted his life to bringing the African-American folk tradition into the present. An amazing, bluesy performer and storyteller, just a knockout.
November 2011 28-Nov-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
20-Nov-2011 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat Past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award, Mustard's Retreat is a delightful pair of guys from Michigan, singers of homemade songs and older songs, full of great good humor. Mustard's Retreat makes the Cafe at Anabel Taylor feel like you're sharing music in your own living room.
13-Nov-2011 Anne Hills.
Anne Hills Past wanner of the Best of Bound for Glory award. Anne Hills has been one of the major forces in American folk music for several decades now. She's got an amazing voice, some wonderful songwriting skills, and a willingness to go look for other people's songs that she can make her very own.
06-Nov-2011 Joe Crookston and the Bluebird Jubilee.
Joe Crookston Joe will be bringing along some friends.... Past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award. One of Ithaca's best contributions to the national folk scene. Joe Crookston is a superb songwriter and an incredibly high energy performer. "Stomping loud in minor keys, and story songs and jamborees." http://joecrookston.com
October 2011 30-Oct-2011 Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters.
Amy Gallatin by Maria Singleton They look like a bluegrass band, and their licks are hot like a bluegrass band. But their eclectic songs come from all over. Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters are a bluegrass band with a lot to say, and stories to tell. They're welcome back anytime.
23-Oct-2011 Matching Orange.
Matching Orange Matching Orange is an extraordinarily cool contradance style band, with some interesting songs as well. Imaginative and varied arrangements of tunes that are incredibly super for dancing to, or tapping your feet to. One of the very best of the younger bands.
16-Oct-2011 Mark Rust.
Mark Rust Mark Rust is one of our all time favorite Bound for Glory performers, coming by every couple of years for decades. This is where he learned much of his trade. His songs about his family, his life, the Ithaca Festival, and many other things sparkle and smile.
09-Oct-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
02-Oct-2011 Aoife Clancy.
Aoife Clancy Aoife (EEFa) Clancy is part of the Clancy Legacy, the next generation of the famous Clancy Brothers, being the daughter of Bobby Clancy. Aoife is steeped in the Irish family musical traditions. She takes traditional Irish songs and mixes them with more contemporary folk, behind a big grin.
25-Sep-2011 Christine Lavin and Don White.
Christine Lavin Concert and comedy. Christine Lavin is one of the funniest people in the whole world of folk music, and Don White is a standup comic par excellence. Christine's songs have many a twist. Outrageous! Together they make for one wild evening.
18-Sep-2011 Diamondback Rattlers.
Diamondback Rattlers The Diamondback Rattlers play bluegrass. And some swing. Even a little jazz. And they tell the most awful and wonderful jokes. They're fine singers, hot pickers, and good humored in everything they do. Not your classic bluegrass band. Great fun.
11-Sep-2011 Kim and Reggie Harris.
Kim and Reggie Harris Kim and Reggie Harris are consummate musicians and storytellers. They build on a sturdy legacy of folk and black gospel music, and they've got a message to share about peace and unity. They're a whole lot of fun, with lots of audience participation. A one of a kind duo.
04-Sep-2011 Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz.
Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz Leslie and Steve are song finders, with a repertoire of songs old and new, that move them, and will move you. They'll lift your spirits and soothe your souls. This is their second visit to Bound for Glory. Nowadays they come from the Rochester area.
28-Aug-2011 The Squid Jiggers.
Troy Bennett and Dave Rowe From the coast of Maine. Some of you may remember Dave Rowe. This his current duo, singing rollicking songs from Maine, Ireland, and eastern Canada. A lot of fun, a lot of energy, and a great way to start the 45th year of Bound for Glory. Come sing on the choruses.
44th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2011 21-Aug-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
14-Aug-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
07-Aug-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
June 2011 31-Jul-2011 Frankie Armstrong.
Frankie Armstrong We end our summer season, and our 44th year, with glorious British singer Frankie Armstrong. For forty five years she has been performing the old British ballads, and newer songs that fit with them. She's still got a big voice, and the ability to reach out to the audience, making these old stories live again. A wonderful show.
24-Jul-2011 Peter Siegel.
Peter Siegel Peter Siegel calls what he does Radical Roots Music. He's a social commentator. And a singer of old songs, folk, pop, and jazz. He's a bundle of energy, who puts songs together in unusual combinations, and really gets the audience involved. Much fun.
17-Jul-2011 Mac Benford.
Mac Benford Mac Benford is one of America's foremost clawhammer banjo players, and a fine, if quirky, singer of really old Appalachian songs. He radiates magic and good humor. At this stage we don't know if he'll be solo or with friends. He's a musical treasure, and he doesn't live very far away. Welcome him back.
10-Jul-2011 North Water.
The duo North Water plays pre-bluegrass, early bluegrass, and old country songs. They come down from the North Country, and they'll probably bring some friends with them. Good harmonies, and harmonica, too. Full of surprises.
03-Jul-2011 Andrew Calhoun.
Andrew Calhoun Andrew Calhoun is a powerful songsmith, a quiet and sly performer, and a fine traditional singer as well. He's been researching the old American folk songs, and putting them back together the way they once were. He's fascinating and unpredictable. In from Illinois.
June 2011 26-Jun-2011 Rod Macdonald.
Rod MacDonald Rod MacDonald is a long time Bound for Glory favorite. He's a social commentator with a sense of humor, but that humor's got a bite to it. He's a storyteller in songs, and he's a strong, and fun, performer. He comes to us from Florida these days. Welcome him back.
44th Season (Spring)
Date Description
19-Jun-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
12-Jun-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
05-Jun-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
May 2011 29-May-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
22-May-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
15-May-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
08-May-2011 Sarah McQuaid.
Sarah McQuaid What a fine ending to our 44th Springtime. Please welcome, for the first time to Bound for Glory, Sarah McQuaid, a woman with a grand voice, singing the old songs of both Britain and the U.S, and homemade songs as well. She's lived all over the world, currently hailing from Cornwall in Southwest England. You can hear many cultures in the arrangements of her songs.
01-May-2011 Peter Mayer.
Peter Mayer Peter Mayer comes to us from Minnesota. He's a gentle and quirky singer songwriter with a lively sense of humor, and an unusual view of the Sacred. This will be his first visit to Bound for Glory, though he tours far and wide. Please make him welcome.
24-Apr-2011 Ellis Paul.
Ellis Paul by Jack Looney If you made a list of the top contemporary acoustic singer songwriters of today, it would surely include Ellis Paul. Ellis Paul is clearly one of the most charismatic performers we've ever had on Bound for Glory, and we're delighted to welcome him back on the show.
17-Apr-2011 Elixir with Nils Fredland.
Elixir Elixir is one of the most creative contradance bands on the circuit today. They borrow music from all over, and swirl it around together to make a fascinating and extremely danceable sound. Complete with horns. On stage they're also fine singers, with a wide and surprising variety of songs. First time around. Please welcome them.
10-Apr-2011 Small Potatoes.
Small Potatoes This eclectic duo from Illinois is one of the all time favorites on Bound for Glory, past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award. Songs new and old from all over the place, full of quirky twists. Tight harmonies, hot licks, and great good humor. Let's welcome them back.
03-Apr-2011 Lee Murdock.
Lee Murdock Lee Murdock sings the songs of the Great Lakes, songs both old and new. He tells stories of big plans and of shipwrecks, stories of the denizens of the lakes. And other songs with stories to tell. A charming and creative performer.
March 2011 27-Mar-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
20-Mar-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
13-Mar-2011 James Gordon.
James Gordon James is one of the most versatile singer-songwriters on the circuit today. His hundreds of songs tackle so many topics, cut so many slices of life, tell so many stories, that he's just about impossible to categorize. From Guelph, Ontario. Completely charming.
06-Mar-2011 Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads.
Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads Please welcome this outstanding Central New York bluegrass band for their first Bound for Glory appearance. Rebecca Colleen is a grand bluegrass singer...and is all of 16 years old. The other band members are bluegrass veterans of the finest sort. Super energy, lots of fun.
27-Feb-2011 Rick Manning, Hope Grietzer, and Tom Hodgson.
Hope Grietzer What an incredible string band!! Rick on mandolin and fiddle, Hope on fiddle, Tom on guitar. Some of the finest Central New York players have gotten together for an all star band. Old timey tunes, Texas swing, contradance style tunes. And songs. Toe tapping fun.
20-Feb-2011 Lissa Schneckenburger with Bethany Waickman.
Lissa Schneckenburger Lissa Schneckenburger wrote the book on slinky, high energy contradance style fiddling. She's as good as they come. In recent years she's become a fine singer of old songs, all carrying her distinctive touch. One of the very best.
13-Feb-2011 Phil Shapiro and Carrie Shore.
Shapiro (left) and Shore (right) Yes, it's the return of Phil himself and his musical partner, outstanding fiddler and singer Carrie Shore, songs from the American Folk tradition. This is a very special show. It's the date of Phil's 65th birthday. When someone does a radio show for 44 years, he's likely to get old. Come celebrate Phil's birthday...and come sing on the choruses.
06-Feb-2011 Debra Cowan.
Debra Cowan It'll be the second Bound for Glory visit for this outstanding ballad singer. Debra Cowan has a gorgeous voice, and a powerful repertoire, featuring many centuries-old songs, and an increasing number of new ones that, like the old ones, tell strong stories. Not to be missed.
30-Jan-2011 The Speckers.
The Speckers John Specker, notorious, wild old-timey fiddler, is joined by his two daughters, Lila and Ida Mae. That's right, up to three fiddles at once. The Speckers play American traditional tunes and songs from the Southern mountains, with intensity and a good deal of attitude. Great fun.
23-Jan-2011 Bill Staines.
Bill Staines Can't think of a better way to start Bound for Glory's 44th Winter season. Bill Staines is one of America's finest, and best known, folk singer-songwriters, an inspiring, magical performer whose songs have been sung by untold numbers of people, many of whom have no idea who wrote them. Come sing on the choruses. This past Fall, Bill won the Best of Bound for Glory award. He comes to us from New Hampshire.
44rd Season (Fall)
Date Description
January 2011 16-Jan-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
09-Jan-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
02-Jan-2011 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
December 2010 26-Dec-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (New Year Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
19-Dec-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Holiday Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
12-Dec-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Winter Solstice Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
05-Dec-2010 Bob White and Friends.
Bob White was quite well known and quite influential at the end of the Great Folk Scare, but he disappeared from view for a few decades. He's resurfaced recently, now as lead of an excellent trio, performing traditionally flavored American folk with strength and flair. A delightful end to a strong season.
November 2010 28-Nov-Oct-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
21-Nov-2010 Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen.
Steve Gillette Cindy Mangsen The return of a pair of long time Bound for Glory favorites whom we haven't seen in a while. Songs old and new, a wide variety of musical ideas. And marvelous audience connection. This is what Bound for Glory is all about.
14-Nov-2010 Tim Grimm.
It's rare that you'll find a singer-songwriter whose songs travel before him. Tim Grimm is an Indiana-based performer whose excellent story songs have been picked up by other traveling musicians and spread around. You will really enjoy his material and his singing. He gets to the heart of his stories.
07-Nov-2010 My Sweet Patootie.
Terry Young and Sandra Swannell from the old Canadian favorites Tanglefoot. The music is very different, but the magic carries through. A bit jazzy, with unusual humorous twists. A super collection of new songs worth sharing.
October 2010 31-Oct-2010 Cathy Barton and Dave Para.
A long awaited return from a pair of traditional singers and song collectors from Missouri. Their love for the old songs from the middle of the country is completely infectious. An inspiring show. Come sing with them.
24-Oct-2010 Angel Band.
Here's a Bound for Glory debut that you don't want to miss. The Angel Band is three women of glorious harmonies, singing music from all over. They're most famous as Dave Bromberg's backup, but here they travel with their own hot backup band. Full of sparkle and shine.
17-Oct-2010 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat Past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award, Mustard's Retreat is a delightful pair of guys from Michigan, singers of homemade songs and older songs, full of great good humor. Mustard's Retreat makes the Cafe at Anabel Taylor feel like you're sharing music in your own living room.
10-Oct-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
03-Oct-2010 Brendan Taaffe.
Brendan Taaffe Brendan Taaffe takes the American folk tradition and finds brand new ways to express it. He'll take an old song and play it on an unexpected instrument. He'll find a new twist that gets to the heart of a song. And he'll get us all involved in his music. Come catch a remarkable guy.
September 2010 26-Sep-2010 Finest Kind.
Finest Kind It's been many years since this outstanding Ottawa-based traditional folk trio has appeared on Bound for Glory. They're known for their tight harmonies, and they find songs of all sorts, from the English folk tradition to American cowboy songs. And they have a good sparkle to them. We are extremely pleased.
19-Sep-2010 Rob Lutes.
Rob Lutes Rob Lutes is a bluesy singer-songwriter from Montreal, a place not usually known as a home of the blues. Rob is a creative songwriter and a fine guitarist, willing to tackle all kinds of topics in his music. This is an exciting Bound for Glory debut that's going to be great fun.
12-Sep-2010 Susan Trump.
Susan Trump Susan Trump is someone we've wanted to present on Bound for Glory for a long time. She's a traditionally oriented folk singer with a quirky sense of humor, playing mountain dulcimer as well as guitar and banjo. Come join in on the choruses.
05-Sep-2010 John Cadley and the Lost Boys.
John Cadley and the Lost Boys The Lost Boys are an excellent bluegrass band, and John Cadley is a remarkable songwriter. They go very well together. They lean toward the traditional side of bluegrass, but they bring in some surprising influences. Excellent.
August 2010 29-Aug-2010 Andrew and Noah Van Norstrand.
Noah and Andrew Van Norstrand The Van Norstrand brothers are incredible musicians. They started out playing contradance tunes. Then they got really creative, and started writing exciting tunes that no one else duplicates. And now they've turned into songwriters. This is great stuff, a wonderful start to Fall on Bound for Glory.
43rd Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2010 22-Aug-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
15-Aug-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
08-Aug-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
01-Aug-2010 Joe LaMay and Sherri Reese.
Joe LaMay and Sherri Reese It's been a long time. Please welcome back this fine duo, now coming to us from Kentucky. Homemade songs and traditional American folk with a bluegrass feel and a folk attitude. Strong songs and lovely harmonies. A great end to our 43rd summer and 43rd year.
25-Jul-2010 Mara Levine and Friends.
Last year, these folks were the Belles Trio, but as of this writing I don't know what name they're using. But it'll be really fine. Women with beautiful close harmonies, doing everything from traditional songs through some wonderful, but seldom remembered, songs from the '60's and '70's, to contemporary folk and a few homemade songs as well.
18-Jul-2010 Ernie and Andy Lawrence.
Ernie and Andy Another Bound for Glory debut, from a fine father/son duo, playing jazzy blues. Charming, delightful, laid back, effortless. There's more than one way to look at the blues. We'll all really enjoy this show.
11-Jul-2010 Jeremiah McLane and David Surette.
JereMiah McLane Jeremiah McLane is best known as a member of the famous contradance band Nightingale. He and David Surette are among the very best tune writers in the fine New England tradition. Dance tunes, gorgeous, inspired waltzes, some songs old and new, and much more.
04-Jul-2010 Billy Eli.
Billy Eli Bound for Glory steps out of its boundaries and, well, steps out. Billy Eli's more at home in a country roadhouse than in a folk coffeehouse. Incredibly energy, a wonderful performer. Honky Tonk. He writes songs full of zing... and let's see who's in his band. Welcome him to Bound for Glory.
27-Jun-2010 Toby Walker.
Little Toby Walker Toby Walker plays the good time blues, high energy, jivey blues songs from a great singer and guitar master. My gosh he's good. And very funny. Old songs, new songs, homemade songs. Welcome back Toby Walker, a great start for our Summer season.
43rd Season (Spring)
Date Description
March 2010 28-Mar-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
21-Mar-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
14-Mar-2010 Bread and Bones.
Been trying for a while to set up a date with this talented and flexible Vermont-based trio. Homemade songs that feel like they are part of the folk tradition, and real traditional songs as well, performed with verve and excellent harmonies.
07-Mar-2010 Seamus Kennedy.
Seamus Kennedy Seamus Kennedy is a Bound for Glory favorite who has been on the show several times. He sings the music of his native Ireland... and a surprising amount of other stuff as well. He's both charismatic and very funny, and will grab and hold everyone's attention all evening long. Superb.
28-Feb-2010 Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys.
Jim Gaudet They look like a bluegrass band, and to some extent they sound like a bluegrass band. But Jim Gaudet is a fine and quirky songwriter, covering a lot of ground in his songs, and his band is a strong accompaniment, full of good energy.
21-Feb-2010 Mark Erelli.
Mark Erelli It's been too many years. It'll be the second live Bound for Glory show for Mark Erelli, a contemporary acoustic singer songwriter with a knack for telling stories in his songs. He's an excellent writer whose songs have strength and power, and an excellent performer as well.
14-Feb-2010 Dana "Short Order" Cooke and His Band Joe.
Dana Cooke Humorist and ornery character Dana Cooke fills in "on short order" for a snow-bound performer. His Band Joe is Joe Cleveland... and John Dancks, too, lending a traditional flavor to Dana's quirky takes on the world around him. A delight.
14-Feb-2010 Mustard's Retreat CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER .
Mustard's Retreat By now they're old friends of Bound for Glory, past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award. Mustard's Retreat is living room music writ large. They're comfortable companions for an evening, good songwriters, humorists, yarn spinners. In from Michigan.
07-Feb-2010 Traonach (tray-knock).
Traonach Welcome back Traonach, the Ithaca area's wonderful traditionally oriented Celtic band. They arose from the Ithaca Irish Session, and now they take their music all over the place. Fiddle and accordion, concertina and bouzouki and percussion. Lively tunes and excellent songs.
31-Jan-2010 Lee Knight.
Lee Knight Please welcome traditional mountain music performer Lee Knight, up from the mountains. Which mountains, you ask? Well, nowadays he hails from Western North Carolina, but he grew up in the Adirondacks. Let's just call it mountain music. Banjos and dulcimers, stories and songs. Delightful.
24-Jan-2010 Joe Crookston and the Bluebird Jamboree, with Peter Glanville.
Joe Crookston is one fine songwriter, and one magical performer. He's one of the best things to happen to the Ithaca music scene in recent years. His guitar playing is imaginative and flexible, his songs tell great stories, and he just sparkles. Don't miss this show.
43rd Season (Fall)
Date Description
January 2010 17-Jan-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
10-Jan-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
03-Jan-2010 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
December 2009 27-Dec-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (New Year's Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
20-Dec-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Christmas Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
13-Dec-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Solstice/Hanukah Show). Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
06-Dec-2009 John Specker.
He plays the fiddle. Oh boy, does he play the fiddle. Wild and raw and fierce and amazing. And he sings the good Old Timey songs and throws in some surprises as well. John Specker has more than a little to do with creating the Old Timey music revival. What a great way to end our season.
November 2009 29-Nov-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607.273.2121.
22-Nov-2009 Cosy Sheridan and T.R.Ritchie.
Cosy Sheridan Cosy and T.R. are both fine singers and songwriters, approaching music and life with rare good humor, alternating with deep seriousness, with dashes of nostalgia. They are both wonderfully good at connecting with the Bound for Glory audience. A special evening indeed.
15-Nov-2009 Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters.
Amy Gallatin by Maria Singleton They look like a bluegrass band, and their licks are hot like a bluegrass band. But their eclectic songs come from all over. Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters are a bluegrass band with a lot to say, and stories to tell. They're welcome back anytime.
08-Nov-2009 Roy Book Binder.
Roy Book Binder When someone writes the definitive book on the blues and ragtime revival, Roy Book Binder will rate an entire chapter. He studied with the Reverend Gary Davis, and got to know a lot of his blues elders before they passed away. His energy is contagious. He's a one of a kind performer. This is Good Time Music.
01-Nov-2009 Zoe Mulford.
Zoe Mulford These days Zoe Mulford lives in England, so her visits are infrequent. She's a lovely, gentle singer songwriter whose songs tell unexpected stories. She has a vivid imagination, and a charming ability to share her creativity with her audience. Her power sneaks up on you. Delightful.
25-Oct-2009 Ellis Paul.
Ellis Paul by Jack Looney If you list all the contemporary acoustic singer songwriters performing in America today, surely Ellis Paul will be on your short list. He's a riveting, charismatic performer, with songs that take unusual twists and turns. Ellis Paul is always welcome back to Bound for Glory, and so are you.
18-Oct-2009 Rod MacDonald.
Rod MacDonald It's been a long time. Rod MacDonald is a social commentator, with a wry good humor. A writer of strong songs, he tells stories with unusual points of view, and will leave you alternately thinking and grinning. Nowadays he lives in Florida, so his Bound for Glory visits are less frequent. Don't miss him.
October 2009 11-Oct-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-Oct-2009 Mike Agranoff.
Mike Agranoff Mike Agranoff is by now a Bound for Glory regular, known for his amazing, appropriately dreadful parodies, intense but funny recitations, and wild good humor. But look between and you'll find that he is an excellent guitarist with an ear for a good serious song as well. Always a worthwhile evening.
27-Sep-2009 Erica Wheeler.
Erica Wheeler Erica Wheeler is a fine and delightful contemporary singer-songwriter, with a wry sense of humor, and a magical way with audiences. Her songs paint pictures, and she'll surprise you with quirky good humor. It's been too long since her last Bound for Glory appearance. Don't miss her.
20-Sep-2009 Joe Jencks.
Joe Jencks Been trying to get Joe Jencks on the Bound for Glory show for quite a few years now. He's a social commentator who doesn't always take himself seriously. He brings people together, and he has many a story to tell. Plus he's got a great voice. We're pleased to finally present him on Bound for Glory.
13-Sep-2009 Mark Rust.
Mark Rust Time to welcome back an old Ithaca favorite. Mark Rust is a completely charming singer, songwriter, and yarn spinner. A lot of his songs were written in or about Ithaca, and about the Ithaca Festival. You'll find choruses to join in on, a sparkle and a smile.
06-Sep-2009 Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz.
Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz This lively and eclectic duo has recently moved to New York State from New England. This will be their Bound for Glory debut. They play a wide variety of music, old and new, with a definitely traditional flavor. Their voices go well together, their song selection is excellent. Please welcome them.
30-Aug-2009 Sadie Green Sales Ragtime Jugband.
Sadie Green Sales Ragtime Jugband These guys are so much fun. They've been on Bound for Glory off and on for maybe 25 years, playing the entire Hardware Orchestra, from musical saw to washboard to tuned 6 pack. David Driskell will surely play two clarinets at once. At the end of the evening, you'll sport a wide, goofy grin.
42nd Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2009 23-Aug-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
16-Aug-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-Aug-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
02-Aug-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
26-Jul-2009 The Belles Trio.
The Belles Trio: Mara Levine, Marie-Elena and Caroline Cutroneo, with special guest James Brennan. Three women with beautiful close harmonies, doing everything from traditional songs through some wonderful, but seldom remembered, songs from the '60's and '70's, to contemporary folk and a few homemade songs as well. A wonderful end to an excellent Summer on Bound for Glory, and to our 42nd year.
19-Jul-2009 Jeni and Billy.
Jeni and Billy Jeni was born in the coal fields of Southwestern Virginia. She comes by mountain music honestly. Jeni and Billy do new songs written squarely in the mountain tradition, flavored by Old Timey, Bluegrass, and Blues. They've been getting quite a bit of attention lately. Glad they'll be joining us.
12-Jul-2009 Eric Taylor.
Eric Taylor Eric Taylor is one of the best known Texas songwriters. His songs show that he's quite the yarn spinner. And a super guitarist as well. Bound for Glory has been attracting a number of folks from the Southern folk circuit, folks who don't usually play in these parts. Let's see what happens. Good stuff coming.
05-Jul-2009 Nanne and Ankie.
Nanne & Ankie From the Netherlands. This great sounding duo tells their stories in English, but sings in Dutch. And Frisian. And, believe it or not, Esperanto. They're in the US for the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's famous visit, and we're very lucky that they'll be coming to Bound for Glory.
28-Jun-2009 Tom Pacheco.
Tom Pacheco Tom Pacheco has been around the track a few times. He's been a mainstay of the Woodstock music scene when he's here, but he usually lives and tours in Europe. He writes quirky songs that tell fascinating stories. A little country, a little bluesy, a lot of sparkle and magic. Welcome him to Bound for Glory.
21-Jun-2009 Anne Hills.
Anne Hills It's been a lot of years. Anne Hills has been one of the major forces in American folk music for several decades now. She's got an amazing voice, some wonderful songwriting skills, and a willingness to go look for other people's songs that she can make her very own. A great start to our season.
42nd Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2009 14-Jun-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-Jun-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2009 31-May-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
24-May-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
17-May-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
10-May-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-May-2009 David Francey.
Welcome back this Scotsman, living in Canada. David Francey is a singer-songwriter whose music is deeply rooted in the folk tradition. He tells stories in his songs, Canadian stories, American stories, very human stories. And sometimes he's incredibly funny. A delight. And a wonderful way to end a wonderful Spring.
April 2009 26-Apr-2009 Jack Williams.
Jack Williams Jack Williams has appeared on Bound for Glory just once before, almost exactly a year ago. And he immediately won the Best of Bound for Glory award. This bluesy singer- songwriter is a knockout guitarist and singer. He comes to us from Arkansas.
19-Apr-2009 Dennis Stroughmatt and Esprit Creole.
Dennis Stroughmatt and Creole Stomp The music of Upper Louisiana. That's right, the music of the French settlements of Missouri and the Illinois country, sung in French. Music most of us didn't know existed. Dennis Stroughmatt is a superb fiddler, with an excellent band. A show that's clearly different from any other.
12-Apr-2009 The Diamondback Rattlers.
Diamondback Rattlers Bluegrass with many a twist. This most excellent bluegrass band can sail right into a bluegrass standard or a breakdown, but they also turn bluegrass inside out with great good humor, and songs that you'd never expect. An evening of stories and smiles all 'round. Welcome them back.
05-Apr-2009 Dana and Susan Robinson.
Dana and Susan Robinson Dana and Susan start with the American folk tradition and see where it takes them. Old songs and new, good humor, new songs that really get to the heart of every subject. Old tunes that make your feet tap. A quirky and delightful evening from Bound for Glory favorites.
March 2009 29-Mar-2009 Garnet Rogers.
Garnet Rogers Garnet Rogers, in from Ontario, is, plain and simply, one of the best performers on the folk scene today. He's a fine songwriter, a magnificent singer, and an extraordinarily imaginative guitarist. He's a great yarn spinner and a very funny man. And a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award.
22-Mar-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
15-Mar-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Mar-2009 Caroline Doctorow and Her Band.
Caroline Doctorow Caroline Doctorow makes her Bound for Glory debut. She writes some, she and her band do some traditional tunes, but what she does best is sing great songs from several decades ago. She's got a whole CD of songs of Richard and Mimi Farina. Add in some other great writers and this is a show full of magic songs that have faded into the past too soon.
01-Mar-2009 Bob White and Kevin Maul.
This will be one of the most unusual shows of the year. Bob White is a traditionally oriented folksinger who was very influential back about thirty years ago... which was the last time he appeared on Bound for Glory. Kevin Maul is a hot dobro player, most famous for playing with Robin and Linda Williams. Let's see what happens when they get together.
February 2009 22-Feb-2009 Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys.
Jim Gaudet It's been many years since Jim Gaudet appeared on Bound for Glory. He's an Albany based singer songwriter who writes songs with interesting twists and turns. This time he's got an excellent band with him. The Railroad Boys are at the intersection of folk and bluegrass, and they're good.
15-Feb-2009 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat Mustard's Retreat? I guess by now they're old friends of Bound for Glory. They're past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award. A Mustard's Retreat show is living room music that's up on stage, and it feels really good. Contemporary folk, good humor, and some real sparkle. In from Michigan.
08-Feb-2009 Long John and the Tights.
Long John and His Tights Old Timey mountain music at its best, music to get your toes tapping. Most of the members of Long John and the Tights are familiar to Bound for Glory audiences, because they live around Ithaca, but this is actually the first time that this particular band has played the show. Traditional music to warm up a Winter's night.
01-Feb-2009 James Gordon.
James Gordon Please welcome back James Gordon to the Bound for Glory stage. Coming to us from Guelph, Ontario, James is one of Canada's best exports, a fine writer who can be intense and poignant one moment, and the next moment incredibly funny. Many remember him from the band Tamarack.
January 2009 25-Jan-2009 Claudia Schmidt.
Claudia Schmidt For many years Claudia Schmidt was a mainstay of America's singer-songwriter scene, a fine performer who makes a wonderful connection with her audiences. Then she retired, for about ten years, back to Michigan. Well, she came back on the circuit. Hooray. Let's make her very welcome.
18-Jan-2009 Ken Kolodner and Friends.
Ken Kolodner Ken Kolodner is one of America's very best hammered dulcimer players and a fine fiddler as well. He makes his Bound for Glory debut, bringing along some fine musicians, some of whom you may know. We'll have old timey tunes, beautiful waltzes, French Canadian tunes, and a whole lot more. Fun. Coming up from Baltimore.
42nd Season (Fall)
Date Description
January 2009 11-Jan-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-Jan-2009 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
December 2008 28-Dec-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (New Year Show). Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
21-Dec-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Solstice Show). Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
14-Dec-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios (Holiday Show). Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-Dec-2008 Lissa Schneckenburger and Her Band.
Lissa Schneckenburger What a great end to 2008! Lissa Schneckenburger is a knockout fiddler and a great singer. Her music is traditionally based, and very danceable, and her band is one of the best going. The last live show of the year will be filled with sparkle and magic.
30-Nov-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
23-Nov-2008 Small Potatoes.
Small Potatoes Small Potatoes is a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award, a highly eclectic, wildly whacky contemporary duo from Illinois. Small Potatoes comes complete with a highly infectious smile that everyone can share. Their most recent CD was recorded live on Bound for Glory. There's good reason for that. They were snowed out last March. Let's make them especially welcome this time.
16-Nov-2008 Jack Hardy and David Massengill, The Folk Brothers.
Jack Hardy What a surprise! Two prominent downstate singer-songwriters, both well known to the Bound for Glory audience, have teamed up and formed a duo that's traveling the whole country. They'll sing some of their own songs, some from other writers, some traditional material, and we'll have some marvelous interplay between seasoned, good humored folk singers.
09-Nov-2008 Sparky and Rhonda Rucker.
Sparky Rucker Music in the African American folk tradition, blues, and Southern Mountain Music, both black and white. Sparky and Rhonda are real scholars of the history of American music, but they never forget to have a good time. A fun, high energy show from long time Bound for Glory favorites.
02-Nov-2008 Phil Shapiro and Carrie Shore.
Shapiro and Shore Yes, Phil is the host of Bound for Glory, and every few years he and musical partner Carrie Shore get up on stage at Bound for Glory. Carrie is an outstanding, flexible fiddler, and Phil plays a fine finger style guitar. Traditionally oriented folk songs with wonderful choruses. Come sing!!! By the way, Mark Anbinder will host the show for this evening.
26-Oct-2008 Alize (pronounced ah-lee-ZAY).
Alize The music of Brittany and of France. Alize plays and sings tunes that go back many centuries, and some new ones as well. Alize is Ithaca's Laurie Hart, Gordon Bonnet, and Julia Lapp. They'll make magic for us, Breton and French style, on their first Bound for Glory appearance.
19-Oct-2008 Pierce Pettis.
Pierce Pettis Pierce comes to us from the deep South, but not very often. This will be the third Bound for Glory visit from this amazing, sturdy, powerful songwriter and singer. Pierce Pettis is a strong and exciting performer, who has a great deal to say and the skill to say it very very well. Don't miss this show.
October 2008 12-Oct-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Oct-2008 Annie and the Hedonists.
Annie and the Hedonists Annie and the Hedonists are four fascinating musicians who are equally comfortable with an old Bessie Smith tune, a country song, or a folk song. They have a fascinating and extremely eclectic repertoire, and Annie's got a great voice. We're delighted to welcome them back to Bound for Glory.
September 2008 28-Sep-2008 Aztec Two-Step.
Aztec Two Step Back about 35 years ago, Aztec Two-Step was the hottest thing in folk rock. And they never stopped. Rex and Neal still write super songs, and perform them with great energy and style. There is nothing like an Aztec Two-Step evening, as we all will find out once again. Don't miss them.
21-Sep-2008 Seamus Kennedy.
Seamus Kennedy Welcome back this rollicking Irishman. Seamus Kennedy sings songs in the Irish tradition, with a sprinkling of recent material as well. His story telling and delightful good humor are famous, and he just sparkles on the Bound for Glory stage. One of our very best performers.
14-Sep-2008 John Cadley and the Lost Boys.
John Cadley Bluegrass. We haven't been having enough bluegrass on Bound for Glory, but that's about to change. John Cadley is a well respected bluegrass songwriter. The five piece band is tight and great fun, and we're going to have a high energy, high smiles evening.
07-Sep-2008 Cindy Kallet and Grey Larsen.
Cindy Kallet and Grey Larsen Another Bound for Glory debut, from two remarkable instrumentalists and singers. You'll hear both traditional and contemporary American dance tunes, and lovely songs, both homemade and borrowed. Separately, Cindy and Grey have been mainstays of the American folk scene. Together they're wonderful.
August 2008 31-Aug-2008 Kim and Reggie Harris.
Kim and Reggie Harris Music in the African American folk tradition. It's a Bound for Glory debut from this outstanding duo. They not only sing traditional songs. They're also songwriters and social commentators, presenting a performance of quiet power. Excellent.
41st Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2008 24-Aug-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
17-Aug-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
10-Aug-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-Aug-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
27-Jul-2008 Michael Jerling.
Michael Jerling Michael Jerling's been writing and performing for a quite a few years now, writing songs that are full of surprises. Michael calls his songs "Little Movies", small slices of life that get to the core of his memorable characters. It's been too long. Welcome him back to Bound for Glory.
20-Jul-2008 David Olney and Sergio Webb.
David Olney David Olney is a singer-songwriter from Nashville who can best be describes as... Fierce. His amazing songs grab you, and bring you down beneath the surface of the world, to show you what's really happening. A magnificent performer. And Sergio Webb plays a rockin' guitar.
13-Jul-2008 The Sillanpaa Family, from Finland.
Sillanpaa Family We are so glad to have gotten to know the Sillanpaa Family over these last few years. They sing, mostly, in English, writing and sharing songs with an American Country flavor. The harmonies are tight. The instrumentals are of the very best. And they're completely charming.
06-Jul-2008 Joe Crookston and Friends.
Joe Crookston has certainly grabbed Ithaca's attention these last couple of years. He's a singer-songwriter with a highly distinctive and magical guitar style. But he's more than that. Joe Crookston is one of the most magnetic performers we've ever had on Bound for Glory. Plus, he brings his friends along.
29-Jun-2008 Toby Walker.
Little Toby Walker Toby Walker plays the Blues on Bound for Glory. It's the second time around for this amazing good-humored guitarist, yarn spinner, and wonderful character. Toby Walker plays traditional blues and writes his own songs in an older style, with many a wry twist. Delighted to have him back on the show.
22-Jun-2008 Mac Benford, John Hoffman, Randi Beckmann and friends.
Banjos, fiddles, guitars, and yes, keyboard, Old Timey String Band music at its very best. Let's welcome back some of the folks who have spread the Old Timey sound to so many people in the last few years. See you there.
41st Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2008 15-Jun-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Jun-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
01-Jun-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2008 25-May-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
18-May-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-May-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-May-2008 Jack Williams.
Jack Williams We have wanted to bring Jack Williams to Bound for Glory for a really long time. He's a Southerner who seldom comes through these parts. He's a bluesy singer and songwriter, with a knockout guitar style, who gets major attention wherever he goes. What a great ending to a superb Spring!
April 2008 27-Apr-2008 Adam Miller.
Adam Miller First time around for Adam Miller on Bound for Glory. This is a fellow who can really play the autoharp, a rare talent. His songs are a collection of the best traditionally flavored folk songs, some old, some not so old, but written in the tradition. We'll get some magic going with Adam Miller.
20-Apr-2008 Cosy Sheridan and T.R.Ritchie.
Cosy Sheridan Cosy and T.R. come to us from Moab, Utah. Cosy can be one of the funniest social commentators on the folk scene, and the next minute she'll hit you with a song that'll really make you think. T.R. writes sneakily clever songs, and plays a fine ragtime- flavored guitar. They mesh perfectly together.
13-Apr-2008 Jay Smar.
Jay Smar Jay Smar comes to us from the Pennsylvania coal country. It's his second visit to Bound for Glory. He's got really good stories to tell, and he sings both American traditional songs and some of his own as well, with a lot of strong energy. Welcome him back.
06-Apr-2008 Maria Dunn.
Maria Dunn comes to us from the Canadian prairies, Edmonton, Alberta. She's got a grand voice, and writes songs squarely in the folk tradition, songs that tell distinctively Canadian stories. Maria Dunn is a social commentator who is able to write from the perspective of folks who don't often get written about. Great stuff.
March 2008 30-Mar-2008 Annie and Rod Capps.
It's a Bound for Glory debut for this fine country-flavored contemporary folk duo, whose new CD is getting serious national recognition. Annie has a wonderful voice, and the homemade songs are full of both delightful word play, and serious, to the point clarity. Get to know Annie and Rod Capps.
23-Mar-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
16-Mar-2008 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-Mar-2008 Small Potatoes.
Small Potatoes Small Potatoes is another past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award, a highly eclectic, wildly whacky contemporary duo from Illinois. Small Potatoes comes complete with a highly infectious smile that everyone can share. Their most recent CD was recorded live on Bound for Glory. There's good reason for that.
02-Mar-2008 Howie Bursen and Friends.
Howie Bursen Back in 1967, Howie Bursen was one of the very first performers on Bound for Glory. He's still making wonderful music, traditionally flavored folk on banjo and guitar. He's a great singer and yarn spinner. Let's see who he brings with him this time. From Connecticut.
February 2008 24-Feb-2008 Four Shillings Short.
Four Shillings Short It's been too many years. Four Shillings Short is a delightful, extremely quirky neo-Celtic folk duo. He's from Ireland, she's from California. They play an incredible variety of instruments, including, yes, the sitar. Let's make them glad they came back to Bound for Glory.
17-Feb-2008 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat Mustard's Retreat are old friends by now. They're past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award, a couple of guys from Michigan who always turn the Cafe at Anabel Taylor into their living room, and invite you all in to share some songs, old and new. Plus, they're wonderful storytellers. A truly fine show.
10-Feb-2008 The Powder Kegs.
The Powder Kegs The Powder Kegs are a young, exciting Old Timey string band from the Hudson Valley, playing the songs and tunes of the Southern mountains, plus a lot of music that string bands seldom touch. Don't be surprised to hear a Leadbelly song, or Woody Guthrie. The Powder Kegs will leave you with a big grin.
03-Feb-2008 Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen.
Steve Gillette Cindy Mangsen It's been way too long. It's time for a return visit from this marvelous, good humored folk duo, in from Vermont. Some of the songs are traditional, some are homemade. Their performances just sparkle. Surely there'll be some good choruses to sing along on.
January 2008 27-Jan-2008 Traonach.
Traonach Join us for a fine session with Ithaca's wonderful Celtic band. Traonach is as good as they come, with lively dance tunes and traditional Irish songs as well. It'll be hard to keep your toes from tapping. Welcome them back to Bound for Glory.
20-Jan-2008 Bill Staines.
Bill Staines Can't think of a better way to start Bound for Glory's 41st Winter season. Bill Staines is one of America's finest, and best known, folk singer-songwriters, an inspiring, magical performer whose songs have been sung by untold numbers of people, many of whom have no idea who wrote them. Come sing on the choruses. This past Fall, Bill won the Best of Bound for Glory award. He comes to us from New Hampshire.
41st Season (Fall)
Date Description
January 2008 13-Jan-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
06-Jan-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
December 2007 30-Dec-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
23-Dec-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
16-Dec-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-Dec-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
02-Dec-2007 Cliff Eberhardt.
Cliff Eberhardt We'll end our 41st fall season in fine style with an amazing performer. Cliff Eberhardt is a very funny man, though a lot of his songs are serious. He writes his own, contemporary folk, bluesy, jazzy. What's between the songs is something else entirely. A great end to a super season.
November 2007 25-Nov-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
18-Nov-2007 Eve Goldberg.
Eve Goldberg Third time around for Eve Goldberg, in from Toronto. She's a folk singer, and a singer songwriter. Her music sounds like down home mountain music except when it sounds like jazzy city music, except when it's sweet, except when it's strong. She has an understated style that will sneak up on you. Great stuff.
11-Nov-2007 Beaucoup Blue.
Beaucoup Blue A Bound for Glory debut from a father/son duo from Philadelphia. They play the acoustic blues, with a bit of jazzy flavor, great energy and style, and respect for the blues tradition. Beaucoup Blue is making quite a splash in the world of folk music, and we're really pleased to welcome them.
04-Nov-2007 The Chicken Chokers.
The Chicken Chokers Old Timey music at its finest. The Chicken Chokers have gotten back together after 20 years, and they're coming back to Bound for Glory. Unvarnished, primitive American music. Incredible energy, raw, powerful, great fun. Don't miss this show.
October 2007 28-Oct-2007 April Verch and Her Band.
April Verch April Verch is an impressively hot fiddler from Ontario's Ottawa Valley, and a fine singer as well. The music has both a traditional and a bluegrass flavor, and the hot licks just don't stop. Surely she'll do some step dancing, and we'll mike the stage so the radio audience can pick up all the magic and sparkle. Welcome her back to Bound for Glory.
21-Oct-2007 Christine Lavin.
Christine Lavin It's Christine Lavin's second Bound for Glory visit, but the first one was a long, long time ago. She's incredibly funny, with her own brand of slightly twisted humor that's made her a major act in the folk world. But she's also got a serious side. What a wonderful show, always full of surprises.
14-Oct-2007 Dakota Dave Hull.
Dakota Dave Hull We're really pleased to welcome back one of the most tasteful guitarists you've ever heard. Dakota Dave has been incredibly influential in guitar circles for many years. He's not the flashiest guitarist, but he's one of the best, because he knows exactly what notes NOT to play. A charming, good humored performer.
07-Oct-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
September 2007 30-Sep-2007 Matt and Shannon Heaton.
Mark and Shannon Heaton Tunes and songs old and new, with a strong Celtic flavor, flute, guitar, excellent vocals as well. Welcome back this charming duo, who really know how to get to the heart of a song or a tune. Excellent performers.
23-Sep-2007 Mark Rust.
Mark Rust If ever Ithaca has taken a performer to heart, it's Mark Rust. Even though he moved away a long time ago, we're still delighted to hear his songs and his delightful, slightly twisted stories. A Mark Rust concert comes complete with a guaranteed smile. See you there.
16-Sep-2007 Garnet Rogers.
Garnet Rogers Garnet Rogers is one of Canada's finest folk writers and performers. He's a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award, a painter of musical pictures, some full of smiles, some dark and thought provoking. Garnet Rogers tours the continent, and we're honored to have him back on the show.
09-Sep-2007 Ellis Paul.
Ellis Paul by Jack Looney If you list the very top contemporary acoustic singer-songwriters in North America today, Ellis Paul will be on your list. He's a riveting performer, a fine poet, a communicator of magic. It's been too many years. He comes to us these days from Virginia. Be a part of this show.
02-Sep-2007 Jeff Warner.
Jeff Warner Jeff Warner is a traditional singer extraordinaire. Many of his songs were collected 50 or 60 years ago by his parents, Frank and Anne Warner, and he has set out to keep the old songs alive. A charming and lively performer, coming back to Bound for Glory for the third time, from New Hampshire.
August 2007 26-Aug-2007 Magpie.
Magpie Welcome back this marvelous duo from the DC area. Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino own the tightest harmonies. They are sturdy social commentators, they sing songs with great choruses, and they are an important force in North America's folk scene today. A wonderful start to our new season. Don't miss them.
40th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2007 19-Aug-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
12-Aug-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Aug-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
July 2007 29-Jul-2007 Bryan Bowers.
Bryan Bowers We'll end our season with one of the best: Bryan Bowers, Master of the Autoharp. He's America's leading exponent of this fascinating instrument, a fine singer of old songs, an occasional, and excellent songwriter, and a raconteur in the grand old tradition. Don't miss Bryan Bowers.
22-Jul-2007 Andrew Calhoun.
Andrew Calhoun It's been many years since this remarkable songsmith last appeared on Bound for Glory. Within the folk world he's very well known, the source of many remarkable homemade songs. And perhaps he'll grace us with the occasional Scottish ballad as well.
15-Jul-2007 Laura and Mark Orshaw.
Laura Orshaw Laura Orshaw is one hot fiddler, a one-time teen phenomenon. She's now college age and is still one very fine fiddler. Dad Mark plays guitar and they'll do an evening of Bluegrass and Old Timey based , traditionally oriented American folk. Up from Pennsylvania.
08-Jul-2007 The Groanbox Boys.
Groanbox Boys Two American expatriates got together in London and started singing homemade songs with a strong Old Timey and Ragtime flavor. They're back in the U.S. for a short summer tour, and we're delighted to have them on Bound for Glory. A quirky, engaging show.
01-Jul-2007 Kevin and Katie McKrell.
the McKrells Many of you will remember Kevin McKrell from his high intensity band, the McKrells. Here's Kevin and wife Katie in a different role. Homemade songs, great good humor, intense and magical. And the occasional flashback to the Celtic roots.
June 2007 24-Jun-2007 Hot Soup.
Hot Soup Trio Three women from Maryland, all excellent singers and harmonizers. Three women from Maryland with unusual senses of humor. Three women from Maryland who are a whole lot of fun. Contemporary folk. Welcome them back to Bound for Glory. It's been too many years. A great start to the summer season.
40th Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2007 17-Jun-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
10-Jun-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-Jun-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2007 27-May-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
20-May-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
13-May-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
06-May-2007 North Sea Gas.
We'll end our 40th spring in fine style with a wonderful band from Scotland with the improbable name of North Sea Gas. Traditional songs and tunes, new songs written in the old style, and lots of humorous twists, turns, and surprises. Don't miss them.
April 2007 29-Apr-2007 Paul Rishell and Annie Raines.
Acoustic blues. If you list the top acoustic blues performers in the world today, Paul Rishell and Annie Raines will be on your list. They appeared on Bound for Glory last year, and did an amazing show. They're incredible musicians, on guitar and harmonica, and they're just plain fun.
22-Apr-2007 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat David Tamulevich and Michael Hough are a delight. They're singer-songwriters with a distinct traditional flavor. Their show invites you in. It's almost as though they're sharing music in your living room. Mustard's Retreat are past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award, and they're really high on our list.
15-Apr-2007 Dana and Susan Robinson.
Dana and Susan Robinson Dana and Susan Robinson bring an Old Timey loose, laid back feeling to both American traditional songs and tunes, and homemade ones as well. They've got a sly good humor, and fantastic instrumental chops, on guitar, banjo, and fiddle. They're always welcome back on Bound for Glory.
08-Apr-2007 Lissa Schneckenburger and her band.
Lissa Schneckenburger Lissa Scheckenburger is one of the hottest fiddlers on the circuit today, and her band is tight and solid. We'll have contradance tunes, slinky instrumentals, some great songs both old and new. This show will just sparkle. Save the date.
01-Apr-2007 Sparky and Rhonda Rucker.
Sparky Rucker By now they're old friends of Bound for Glory. Sparky and Rhonda Rucker do traditional American songs with an African-American flavor, and some new songs that can be very surprising. They're talented, good humored, and lots of fun. Please welcome them back.
March 2007 25-Mar-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
18-Mar-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-Mar-2007 Mike Agranoff.
Mike Agranoff Mike is an old friend of Bound for Glory by now. He's a humorist, yarn spinner, writer of recitations, ornery and delightful. He's got a serious side as swell, as a traditionally oriented folk singer. His approach to folk music is unique and memorable, and just plain fun.
04-Mar-2007 Le Vent du Nord.
Le Vent Du Nord This spectacular band from French Canada is a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award. When they were on the show two years ago, the energy was electric. Their songs delight, their tunes make you want to dance, and their good humor is infectious. Don't miss this show.
February 2007 25-Feb-2007 Pamela Goddard and Kitchen Chair.
Kitchen Chair Pamela Goddard These fine folks live right around Ithaca. Pamela Goddard is a traditional singer, of ballads old and not so old, American and British. Kitchen Chair is Jennifer Dotson and Gail Blake, slinky fiddle and guitar, tunes old and not so old. They work very well together.
18-Feb-2007 Eric Bibb.
Eric Bibb Eric Bibb lives on the other side of the pond, but he's an American blues singer and songwriter, with a traditional touch, and occasionally an R&B touch, too. He's the son of Leon Bibb, a major factor in American folk music in the 1960's. Should be a powerful show.
11-Feb-2007 Small Potatoes.
Small Potatoes Small Potatoes is a past winner of the Best of Bound for Glory award. A lot of folks remember them as the performers on the 1000th live Bound for Glory show. Highly eclectic songs and tunes, homemade and otherwise. They're incredibly talented, with a lovely, slightly twisted sense of humor. From Illinois.
04-Feb-2007 Pat Wictor.
Pat Wictor Second time around for Pat Wictor, perhaps the only contemporary songwriter going who's instrument is slide guitar. Pat is a charming guy whose first Bound for Glory show got quite a lot of attention. His performances are quiet and strong, and very welcoming. Let's return the compliment.
January 2007 28-Jan-2007 Dan Frechette.
Dan Frechette Here's a Bound for Glory debut from a rising young songwriter from Manitoba. He sings the stories of Canada, with strength and not a little grit. His recent CD just sparkles with life. Let's welcome him to Bound for Glory.
21-Jan-2007 Bill Staines.
Bill Staines Can't think of a better way to start Bound for Glory's 40th Winter season. Bill Staines is one of America's finest, and best known, folk singer-songwriters, an inspiring, magical performer whose songs have been sung by untold numbers of people, many of whom have no idea who wrote them. Come sing on the choruses.
14-Jan-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-Jan-2007 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
40th Season (Fall)
Date Description
December 2006 31-Dec-2006 New Year's Eve Show.
Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
24-Dec-2006 Holiday Special Show.
Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
17-Dec-2006 Winter Solstice Show.
Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
10-Dec-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-Dec-2006 Little Toby Walker.
Little Toby Walker We'll end our 40th fall season in fine style with a rising blues guy, Little Toby Walker, playing traditionally oriented blues and writing his own as well. He's a noted raconteur and a magical performer. Let's welcome him to his first live Bound for Glory.
November 2006 26-Nov-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
19-Nov-2006 Tanglefoot.
Tanglefoot Welcome back five roaring Canadians. Tanglefoot writes songs about Canadian history and experience, usually with unexpected twists, and plays them lustily and powerfully, with an energy level unparalleled in the world of folk music. They play all over North America and Europe, and we're always pleased to have them visit.
12-Nov-2006 Roy Book Binder.
Roy Book Binder Mr. Roy is back. Blues and Ragtime songs from one of the masters of the art. Roy Book Binder is one of the best of the folk humorists, and an incredible yarn spinner, as well as a true and careful student of the bluesmen who have come before. He learned his trade from Reverend Gary Davis. Need we say more?
05-Nov-2006 Sadie Green Sales Ragtime Jugband.
Sadie Green Sales Ragtime Jugband Welcome back this zany duo, up from Pennsylvania, playing jugband songs old and new, on the entire hardware orchestra. Watch David Driskell play three clarinets, while Timothy Walker plays a tuned six-pack, or maybe a saw. Hard to imagine a show that's more fun than this one.
29-Oct-2006 Zoe Mulford.
Zoe Mulford Zoe's a fine and whimsical singer songwriter, alternatively powerful and funny. She's just moved to England, so of course this is the time she can come do Bound for Glory! You'll find her to be just plain delightful. An exciting Bound for Glory debut.
22-Oct-2006 Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwarz.
Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwartz Mountain music at its very best. Ginny and Tracy are masters of the high lonesome sound of Appalachian traditional music, with intense harmonies and riveting songs. We've wanted to have them on Bound for Glory for years.
15-Oct-2006 Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters.
Amy Gallatin by Maria Singleton It'll be great to have these wonderful musicians and singers back on Bound for Glory after a long absence. They look like a bluegrass band, with all the right instruments, but their choice of songs is very eclectic and constantly surprising. Call it bluegrass/folk fusion if you wish, but don't miss them.
08-Oct-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
01-Oct-2006 Lui Collins.
Lui Collins It's been years since the last time Lui Collins joined us for Bound for Glory. She's a New England treasure, a fine songwriter, maker of memorable musical images. Her gentle songs will make you think and make you smile.
September 2006 24-Sep-2006 Debra Cowan.
Debra Cowan Debra Cowan is an excellent traditional singer, at home with the great ballads of old, and many other strong, delightful songs from the past... and a few from the present. She has a powerful voice, and knows how to make magic for us all.
17-Sep-2006 Lisa Moscatiello and Fred Lieder.
Lisa Moscatiello Lisa has one of the great voices of all times. Her repertoire ranges from folk pop to traditional ballads, with many stops in between. Fred is a cellist. We seldom hear cello as a major folk instrument, but that will change this fall. Fred is pretty incredible, and this show is a keeper.
10-Sep-2006 Joe Hickerson.
When the definitive book is written about the Folk Revival, there will be a whole chapter on Joe Hickerson, for several decades head of the Archive of Folk Song at the Library of Congress. Joe is the fellow who found the great old songs, and made sure to spread them around for others to sing. He's a delight on stage, and we've wanted to have him on the show for...several decades.
03-Sep-2006 Rod MacDonald.
Rod MacDonald Welcome back the Bound for Glory favorite. Rod MacDonald is a songwriter and social commentator with a wry sense of humor, and powerful imagery. He comes equipped with more than the usual allocation of Magic. Bound for Glory's 40th year continues in fine style.
August 2006 27-Aug-2006 Josh White, Jr.
Josh White, Jr. Josh White, Jr. is the son of one of the best, and best loved, blues musicians of the mid 20th century. He continues to play his Dad's songs, and mixes them with contemporary folk and a large dash of good humor. In from Michigan. We'll also be having a bit of a celebration for the start of our 40th year. Don't miss this exciting Bound for Glory debut, a great start to our anniversary year.
39th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2006 20-Aug-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
13-Aug-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
06-Aug-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
July 2006 30-Jul-2006 Aztec Two-Step.
Aztec Two Step You remember these guys. Thirty years ago, they were all over your radio,especially here in Ithaca. They're folk rockers, they're fine songwriters, they're incredible performers, and they've never stopped. This show will knock EVERYBODY'S socks off, and it's a great end to our fine summer season.
23-Jul-2006 Paul Rishell and Annie Raines.
If you were to list the acoustic blues musicians touring America today, you'd put Paul Rishell and Annie Raines up near the top of your list. Guitar and harmonica, maybe a bit of electric guitar. Old time blues and new songs as well. This is super stuff. Don't miss this show.
16-Jul-2006 The Sillanpaa Family, from Finland.
Sillanpaa Family Last summer the Sillanpaa Family presented a wonderful show, their second visit to Bound for Glory. They perform, in English, American traditional and country folk flavored tunes, with hot fiddling, wonderful harmonies, charm and whimsy. And an occasional song in Finnish as well. Remarkable musicians, in any tradition.
09-Jul-2006 Rob Ritchie.
Rob Ritchie Rob Ritchie is familiar to the folk world as a former member of the roaring Ontario band Tanglefoot. He's touring by himself these days. He's a wonderful piano player, writer of songs both humorous and powerful, and is a very funny guy. Welcome him to his first solo Bound for Glory.
02-Jul-2006 Dan Berggren.
Dan Berggren Dan Berggren sings the songs of his beloved Adirondack Mountains, old songs and homemade ones as well. His gentle wit, and his ability to write songs with great choruses, make him an excellent performer. He'll take us all back to a simpler time.
June 2006 25-Jun-2006 The Dave Rowe Trio.
Dave Rowe Trio Longtime Bound for Glory followers will remember Dave Rowe from the band Turkey Hollow. They come to us from the coast of Maine, with both traditional and contemporary songs and tunes from America and the British Isles. A high energy, delightful way to start our summer season.
39th Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2006 18-Jun-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-Jun-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-Jun-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2006 28-May-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
21-May-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
14-May-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-May-2006 Stout.
Last time Stout appeared on Bound for Glory they were a trio. Now they're five guys who aren't afraid to make a little noise. Their music is traditionally flavored, many of their songs have great choruses, and they have a bit of a flavor of a bygone era. Stout is a lot of fun. A great ending to Bound for Glory's spring season.
April 2006 30-Apr-2006 Erik Balkey.
Erik Balkey Erik Balkey is a fine contemporary singer-songwriter whose music is filled with social commentary. He has a remarkable, unusual perspective on the human condition, and more than a little nerve. This will be his Bound for Glory debut, and we'll be glad that he's joining us.
23-Apr-2006 Howie Bursen, Jeff Davis, and Martin Grosswendt.
Howie Bursen These three prominent traditionally oriented folk musicians get together once in a while to do a series of shows. They bring together many decades of performing the old songs, and they'll be a string band that you don't want to miss.
16-Apr-2006 Dana "Short Order" Cooke and His Band Joe.
Dana Cooke End your Easter weekend with humorist and ornery character Dana Cooke on his second Bound for Glory visit. His Band Joe is Joe Cleveland... and John Dancks, too, lending a traditional flavor to Dana's quirky takes on the world around him. A delight.
09-Apr-2006 Joel Mabus.
Joel Mabus What a treat! Joel Mabus is one of the most charming, delightful performers we've ever had on Bound for Glory. He's a blazing guitar and banjo player, and a fine singer of songs old and new, with a wry, dry wit that'll make you glad you heard him. Please welcome him back.
02-Apr-2006 The Homegrown String Band.
Homegrown String Band This is a classic American family band, pretty unusual these days. American folk songs, some of which you haven't heard in a while, old timey tunes, and a few originals, performed by a couple and their mostly grown daughters. They're great fun. A Bound for Glory debut.
March, 2006 26-Mar-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
19-Mar-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
12-Mar-2006 Michael Jerling
Michael Jerling Been too long. Michael Jerling is a wonderful songwriter, with bluesy and jazzy flavors in his songs, and an amazing ability to tell complex, surprising stories in just a couple of verses. He calls them "Little Movies". Coming in from Saratoga Springs.
05-Mar-2006 Seamus Kennedy
Seamus Kennedy People are still talking about last year's Seamus Kennedy performance on Bound for Glory. This rollicking Irishman is equally at home with a serious ballad or a drinking song, and his wild stories are legendary. At the top of our list. From Belfast, Northern Ireland, via Annapolis, Maryland.
26-Feb-2006 Andrew & Noah VanNorstrand
Noah and Andrew Van Norstrand This pair of extremely young and extremely talented brothers form two thirds of the Great Bear Trio. Their incredible musicianship builds on the folk tradition and takes it places that it's never been before.
19-Feb-2006 Joe Crookston
Last year, we helped welcome Joe Crookston to Ithaca. He's back, with his intense energy, songs new and old with great choruses, hot finger style guitar, and more magic than you can imagine. Welcome him back to Bound for Glory.
12-Feb-2006 Lou & Peter Berryman
Lou and Peter Berryman, circa 1990 Among our all time favorite Bound for Glory performers, Lou and Peter take the happenings of our daily existence and turn them into wild good humor. Their songs and commentary are irresistible. Coming in from Madison, Wisconsin.
05-Feb-2006 Old Timey Music Night
With members of Up South, the Chicken Chokers, and Friends. We're gonna have us a great evening with some of the best old timey musicians around. Songs and tunes guaranteed to get your feet tapping. Welcome John Hoffman, Jim Reidy, Stefan Senders, David Gura, Seph Murtagh, and probably more...
29-Jan-2006 Small Potatoes
Small Potatoes Small Potatoes are past winners of the Best of Bound for Glory award. A lot of folks remember them as the performers on the 1000th live Bound for Glory show. Highly eclectic songs and tunes, homemade and otherwise. They're incredibly talented, with a lovely, slightly twisted sense of humor. From Illinois.
22-Jan-2006 John Kirk & Trish Miller
John, of the grand voice and the hot fiddle, and Trish, with the old timey banjo and the flying feet, are a wonderful start for Bound for Glory live in 2006. Old timey tunes, clogging, some homemade songs, lots of smiles. Great fun, and very welcome back to Bound for Glory.
January, 2006 15-Jan-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Jan-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
01-Jan-2006 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. New Year's Day Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
39th Season (Fall)
Date Description
December, 2005 25-Dec-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Holiday Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
18-Dec-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Winter Solstice Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-Dec-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-Dec-2005 Dana and Susan Robinson
Dana and Susan Robinson What a fine way to end a remarkable season. Dana and Susan, guitar, banjo, fiddle, and two strong voices, take the American folk tradition in new directions. Some songs are very old, some new, some homemade. All sparkle with the simplicity and strength of American folk music.
November, 2005 27-Nov-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Thanksgiving Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
20-Nov-2005 Phil Shapiro and Carrie Shore
Shapiro and Shore Well, it's about time. Phil, guitar player, host of Bound for Glory since 1967, shares music with Carrie, excellent fiddler. They perform traditionally oriented American folk songs and tunes of many sorts, sturdy songs that can stand the test of time. Come sing on the choruses!!
13-Nov-2005 Andrew McKnight
Andrew McKnight Andrew is a contemporary singer-songwriter from the Shenandoah Valley whose songs reflect both American history, and his extensive travels all across the continent. He's been on Bound for Glory once before, and we found him charming and a great pleasure. Glad to bring him back.
06-Nov-2005 Mustard's Retreat
Mustard's Retreat Winners of the very first Best of Bound for Glory award, Mustard's Retreat is a long time Bound for Glory favorite. David Tamulevich and Michael Hough make Bound for Glory feel like you've invited two wonderful musicians into your life to share humor and magic. We're so pleased to have them back on the show.
October, 2005 30-Oct-2005 Nightingale
Nightingale Second time around for this amazing band from Vermont. Nightingale is right at the top of the contradance band circuit, with wonderful tunes from New England, French Canada, and elsewhere. And they're great singers, too, in both English and French. A major, high energy show.
23-Oct-2005 Matt and Shannon Heaton
Matt Heaton's been on Bound for Glory before, the hot guitarist in Lissa Schneckenburger's fine and slinky band. Matt and Shannon play Celtic music, Shannon being a wonderful flute player. And the singing is super. We're delighted to welcome them.
16-Oct-2005 Pat Wictor
Pat Wictor Now here's something you don't hear every day. Pat Wictor is a singer-songwriter on SLIDE GUITAR. The songs are fine, the performance is super, the accompaniments are just plain remarkable. Plus he'll give us some old blues as well. Make him welcome, on his first live Bound for Glory.
09-Oct-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
02-Oct-2005 Rod MacDonald
Rod MacDonald Wry social commentator, good humored satirist, serious thinker, Rod MacDonald tackles an incredible variety of topics in his songwriting and performing. His songs have many a twist. There aren't many writers who can both make you smile and make you think at the same time. Welcome him back.
September 2005 25-Sep-2005 Garnet Rogers
Garnet Rogers If we were to list the Bound for Glory performers that listeners want to have back on the show, Ontario's Garnet Rogers would be near the top of the list. An intense performer, writer of strong songs, and, often, very funny guy, Garnet Rogers is full of great magic. Don't miss this show.
18-Sep-2005 Mark Rust
Mark Rust It's been way too long. Please welcome back Mark Rust, long ago Ithacan, favorite performer, writer, and storyteller. In a Mark Rust Bound for Glory, his stories are at least as important as his songs. Bound for Glory is where Mark Rust got started, and we're always glad see him again.
11-Sep-2005 Tanglefoot
Tanglefoot Five roaring Canadians who have taken all of North America by storm. Their songs are really fine, stories of the Canadian experience. Their musicianship is excellent, they're all fine performers. But what stands out is their overwhelming energy. A one-of-a-kind band.
04-Sep-2005 David Francey
David Francey David Francey is a Scotsman, now living along the St. Lawrence River in Canada. He's a remarkable singer-songwriter, steeped in the folk tradition, writing remarkable songs that ring true. You'll be hearing a lot more of him in the future, as word gets out. A very special show.
August 2005 28-Aug-2005 Traonach(pronounced TRAY-knock)
Traonach We start the 39th year of Bound for Glory in grand style with Traonach, the outstanding Celtic band that arose out of Ithaca's long-running weekly Irish sessions. We'll have not only a bunch of fine jigs, reels, and airs, but some excellent traditional songs as well. Traonach, kicking off a wonderful season.
38th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2005 21-Aug-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
14-Aug-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-Aug-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
July 2005 31-Jul-2005 Mike Agranoff
Mike Agranoff Mike Agranoff has a knack for finding a good parody, for writing a recitation worth remembering, for being a very funny guy. But he's also a fine guitarist and traditionally oriented folksinger, spreading around some very fine songs, old and new, that he's acquired in his travels. A Bound for Glory favorite, a fine way to end our 38th summer.
24-Jul-2005 Leo Kretzner
Leo Kretzner was last on Bound for Glory about 15 years ago. He's a master of the mountain dulcimer, getting amazing music from a simple instrument. He's a fine singer and songwriter, the fellow who wrote "Bold Orion". Plus, he also does everything from American traditional music to... Motown!!!!
17-Jul-2005 Curtis Crawford
Once upon a time, back in the early 1990's, Curtis Crawford played the blues on Bound for Glory. He's still at it, and we're delighted that he'll be joining us once again. He knows how to get down inside a blues and make it really work.
10-Jul-2005 Jack Hardy
Jack Hardy Jack Hardy is the fearless leader of the New York City folk scene, a writer of great strength, with an amazing way with words. He's a marvelous and delightful performer of great good humor, and it's a wonderful treat to bring him back to Bound for Glory once again.
03-Jul-2005 Alien Folklife
Half of this New York State folk duo comes from Newfoundland. Their songs vary from bizarre to sentimental, their harmonies are fine, and they're obviously different from any and all other folk performers. You'll enjoy the Aliens. Welcome them back.
June 2005 26-Jun-2005 The Sillanpaa Family
Sillanpaa Family The last time the Sillanpaa Family from Finland appeared on Bound for Glory, both of the fiddlers were teenage girls. Now they're all adults, performing American traditional and country folk flavored tunes, in English, with charm and whimsy. A great start to our 38th summer.
38th Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2005 19-Jun-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
12-Jun-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Jun-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2005 29-May-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
22-May-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
15-May-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-May-2005 Ken Gaines
Ken Gaines We'll end the Spring season with an old friend. Those with long memories know that Ken Gaines used to live in Ithaca. Nowadays he hails from Texas. His songs are direct, sometimes very funny, with a bit of a country flavor, and he's one incredible guitarist. Been a long time. Welcome him back.
01-May-2005 Full Frontal Folk
Full Frontal Folk Four wild women, from Philadelphia. Their music springs from the folk tradition, their harmonies interweave intensely, and their attitude is wild and sassy. This is their second Bound for Glory visit. The first one caused quite a stir.
April 2005 24-Apr-2005 Tamarack
Tamarack Welcome back this outstanding folk trio from Ontario. Tamarack has appeared on Bound for Glory many times, in many incarnations, and have never failed to do a wonderful show. Songs from Canadian history, stories worth sharing, a fine good time for all.
17-Apr-2005 Le Vent Du Nord
Le Vent Du Nord The North Wind. In all the 38 years of Bound for Glory, we've never before had a band from French Canada, but we're starting at the top, with one of the best. They're all great musicians, they're full of great tunes and songs in French, high energy, and good humor... in English. Don't miss this show!!!
10-Apr-2005 Magpie
Magpie What a delight!!! Welcome back Magpie. Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino bring us the best harmonies. Beautiful, political, funny, nostalgic, poignant, incredibly classy, Magpie is a powerful duo, full of magic and musicianship. You will be swept into their world.
03-Apr-2005 Lee Murdock
Lee Murdock Lee Murdock sings the songs of the Great Lakes... and anything else that strikes his fancy. He sings traditional songs, and he writes his own, and many of his songs tell stories. An interesting and engaging performer, very unusual. Welcome him back to Bound for Glory.
March 2005 27-Mar-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
20-Mar-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
13-Mar-2005 Bryan Bowers
Bryan Bowers Bryan Bowers is America's, and probably the world's, autoharp virtuoso. He's a very intense, powerful performer, a fine writer, and a fine singer of traditional songs as well. His last Bound for Glory appearance was memorable indeed. Let's welcome him back.
06-Mar-2005 April Verch
April Verch April is one of the best fiddlers anywhere. She's Canadian, she's got a fine band with her, and she'll knock everybody's socks off. She's also a fine singer of traditional and early country songs. It'll be impossible to keep your feet still when April Verch does her first live Bound for Glory.
27-Feb-2005 Annie and the Hedonists
Annie and the Hedonists Great fun. A little blues, a little country, a little traditional folk, even a little old jazz. Annie sure has a grand voice. Four fine folks from near Albany who just love to play music together. There's no pretense here. Just a lot of smiles and magic.
20-Feb-2005 Joe Crookston
Joe Crookston's a really fascinating singer-songwriter from the Pacific NorthWest who has just moved to Ithaca. That's really neat. He writes interesting, surprising, quirky songs, and we'll all get a chance to get to know him as he makes his Bound for Glory debut.
13-Feb-2005 Seamus Kennedy
Seamus Kennedy Been trying for a decade or so to arrange Seamus Kennedy's first Bound for Glory performance. He's not a Celtic musician. He's an IRISH musician, imported, and there's quite a difference. He's outrageously funny, a high energy live performer of the highest degree.
06-Feb-2005 Diamonds in the Rough
They call it Free Range A Cappella. Jim Blake, Pamela Goddard, and Glenda Blake have great voices that just shimmer when they sing together. Everything from traditional folk to contemporary, with many a fun detour. We've never had a Bound for Glory quite like this.
30-Jan-2005 Bill Staines
Bill Staines When they write the definitive history of folk music in America, there will be a whole chapter devoted to Bill Staines, writer of magical songs with delicious choruses, humorist, all around wonderful performer. Bill Staines may well be the best loved Bound for Glory performer of the last 20 years. Come early.
23-Jan-2005 Peter Lang
Peter Lang Those of you with very long memories will remember Peter Lang, one of the guitar gods of the 1970's, who shared a prominent LP (remember LP's?) with Leo Kottke and John Fahey. Peter Lang is back on the road for the first time in decades, and we're proud to welcome him for his first Bound for Glory appearance.
January 2005 16-Jan-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-Jan-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
02-Jan-2005 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
38th Season (Fall)
Date Description
December 2004 26-Dec-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. New Year Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
19-Dec-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Holiday Special Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
12-Dec-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Winter Solstice Show. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Dec-2004 Brian Joseph
Brian Joseph What a fine way to end our 38th fall season! Brian Joseph makes his Bound for Glory debut. He's an unusual singer and songwriter with a delightfully twisted view of the human condition, and a real way with words. He puts out a real groove, with a blues flair, and is someone you should definitely catch.
November 2004 28-Nov-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
21-Nov-2004 Lissa Schneckenburger and Her Band
Lissa Schneckenburger Second time on Bound for Glory for Lissa, one of the finest fiddlers in all of North America, probably in the world today. Lissa and her band will get everyone's toes tapping with dance tunes, old and new, and some fine songs as well. Glad to have them back.
14-Nov-2004 Mac Benford and Friends
We are so pleased. Mac Benford is the renowned master of the old timey banjo. His music and his performance style have helped shape the old timey music revival ever since his days with the Highwoods String Band. Mac will be bringing musical friends, and we'll have a foot-tapping good time.
07-Nov-2004 Jeffrey Foucault
Jeffrey Foucault In the trade they call it "buzz". Jeffrey Foucault is a rising singer-songwriter that lots of folks are talking about. There's a bluesiness about his writing, and some fine twists of dry humor as well. Please welcome him for his Bound for Glory debut. Good stuff coming your way.
31-Oct-2004 Roy Book Binder
Roy Book Binder Roy Book Binder is the good time blues man, full of songs and stories that started out in the African-American tradition. Roy has made them all his own, and added new songs as well. We've been looking forward to this show for many, many years. It will be a high point not just of the year, but of the last 38 years.
24-Oct-2004 Scott Alarik
Scott Alarik came out of retirement, and returned to Bound for Glory last fall with his poignant homemade songs, traditional ballads, and wickedly funny quips and stories. Perhaps this time the phone company's equipment will survive the evening, and we'll get to hear the entire show uninterrupted. Welcome him back. He's great fun.
17-Oct-2004 Tom Spiers and Pete Shepheard (sic)
Tom Spiers and Pete Shepheard Tom Spiers and Pete Shepheard give us our second Scottish traditional show of the fall, unprecedented. We are honored to present a duo who have performed the very old songs and ballads of Scotland for decades. A charming and delightful evening, worth a special trip.
October 2004 10-Oct-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-Oct-2004 David Massengill
David Massengill When they write the authoritative book on American folk music, there will be a chapter on David Massengill, master of whimsy, writer of story songs and spinner of yarns. David Massengill's from Bristol, Tennessee, plays excellent mountain dulcimer as well as guitar, and is a sparkling performer. Welcome him back.
September 2004 26-Sep-2004 North Fork, with Jeff Wisor
North Fork It's been way too long. Let's welcome back Northern Pennsylvania's outstanding traditionally flavored bluegrass band, North Fork. And let's welcome back Jeff Wisor, too, fiddler extraordinaire. Bluegrass that'll leave you with a big smile on your face.
19-Sep-2004 Alison McMorland and Geordie McIntyre
Alison McMorland and Geordie McIntyre Alison and Geordie come to us direct from Scotland, with a wonderful repertoire of songs old and new, from centuries-old ballads to new songs written squarely in the folk tradition. They certainly have a way with a song. You'll like this show.
12-Sep-2004 Four Shillings Short
Four Shillings Short He's from Ireland, she's from California. They are almost regulars on Bound for Glory. And they play celtic music... except when she starts playing American folk tunes on... Sitar!!! Charming and delightful, Four Shillings Short can't be compared to any other folk performers. One of a kind, well worth your time.
05-Sep-2004 Jeff Wilkinson, with Sara Milonovich and Greg Anderson
Jeff Wilkinson Jeff Wilkinson is a very ornery songwriter, whose music is full of strange and wonderful images and twists. He did Bound for Glory several times, but a long time ago. And this time his band consists of our wonderful friends Sara and Greg. This will be fine!!!
August 2004 29-Aug-2004 Guy Davis
Guy Davis What a grand way to start our 38th year of Bound for Glory!!! Guy Davis is a good time bluesman extraordinaire, distilling the African-American folk tradition with great good humor and style. It'll be his second Bound for Glory appearance. The first one was completely unforgettable. See you there.
37th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2004 22-Aug-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
15-Aug-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Aug-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
01-Aug-2004 Uncle Dave Dougherty and the Trough Sloppers
Uncle Dave Dougherty Yes, that's right. We'll end our summer series with a fine old-timey band out of Kentucky. Uncle Dave Dougherty is the real deal, playing the old tunes the way they were meant to be played. Get your toes tapping, and bid farewell to Bound for Glory's 37th year.
July 2004 25-Jul-2004 Sara Milonovich and Greg Anderson
Sara Milonovich Sara is one of the best fiddlers anywhere, and a lovely singer, and Greg is an outstanding multi-instrumentalist as well. Their duo can be more-or-less described as neo-Celtic, but they do quite a variety of music, and they did an incredible Bound for Glory performance just about a year ago.
18-Jul-2004 Mike Agranoff
Mike Agranoff Mike Agranoff has a knack for finding a good parody, for writing a recitation worth remembering, for being a very funny guy. But he's also a fine guitarist and traditionally oriented folksinger, spreading around some very fine songs, old and new, that he's acquired in his travels. A Bound for Glory favorite.
11-Jul-2004 Bill Morrissey
Bill Morrissey With wry good humor, Bill Morrissey tells tales and sings of his native New England in all its crumbling majesty. Bill Morrissey is one of the finest performers on the folk circuit today, and we are honored to have him back on Bound for Glory this summer. Should be one of the best shows of any year.
04-Jul-2004 James Gordon
James Gordon James Gordon is another north-of-the-border musical treasure. Many will remember him from his years with Tamarack. Many of James' songs tell uniquely Canadian stories in such a way that everybody wants to hear them. In one guise or another, James has been on Bound for Glory many times.
June 2004 27-Jun-2004 James Keelaghan
James Keelaghan What a great way to start the summer series! James Keelaghan is one of Canada's finest singer-songwriters, and a remarkable performer as well. His songs reflect his Canadian prairies upbringing, and his ability to evoke both magic and serious understanding stands with the very best. Welcome him back.
37th Season (Spring)
Date Description
June 2004 20-Jun-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
13-Jun-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
06-Jun-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2004 30-May-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
23-May-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
16-May-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-May-2004 The McKrells
the McKrells Do you remember the McKrells? They don't fit very well in any category. Some call them Bluegrass, some call them neo-Celtic. All agree that they're a really high energy gathering of highly talented musicians, including a fantastic percussionist, and they're a fine ending to one of the best BFG seasons ever.
02-May-2004 Paul Kaplan
Paul Kaplan Well, it's only been about 20 years since Paul Kaplan last appeared on Bound for Glory. He's back on the road again. His songs are sometimes topical, sometimes good humored, sometimes...traditional. He's a remarkable writer, quirky and interesting. Let's make him welcome once more.
April 2004 25-Apr-2004 Aengus Finnan
Aengus Finnan A Canadian songwriter whom most Americans have never heard, Aengus Finnan is such a good writer and singer that his power and magic make you forget how young he really is. It'll be his first Ithaca and Bound for Glory visit. Please make him welcome. We'll want him to come back again.
18-Apr-2004 Tanglefoot
Tanglefoot This incredible Canadian quintet is full of fine songwriters, singers, and players, telling the stories of Canada, old and new, with Full-Throated Abandon. If you've never experienced the energy of a Tanglefoot show, you're missing something major. Another winner of theBest of Bound for Glory award.
11-Apr-2004 Dulcie Taylor
Dulcie Taylor Dulcie Taylor comes up from Maryland for her Bound for Glory debut on Easter Sunday. What a great end to a holiday weekend! Dulcie Taylor is a singer-songwriter whose music has a definite country flavor... except that sometimes it's got a bluesy flavor. And she's got a great voice. Come catch this show.
04-Apr-2004 Small Potatoes
Small Potatoes So far, everyone who has won the Best of Bound for Glory award has been just top-notch. Small Potatoes returns to Bound for Glory, with their highly eclectic repertoire of songs both old and new, their unusual and wonderful senses of humor, their close harmonies, and amazing hot licks. Glad they're coming back.
March 2004 28-Mar-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
21-Mar-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
14-Mar-2004 Andy Cohen
Andy Cohen Andy Cohen can really play the blues. He starts with the Reverend Gary Davis and moves in many musical directions. He's a grand storyteller, and is master of, yes, the Dolceola, which you'll have to see and hear to believe. American folk music would be a lot less interesting without Andy Cohen.
07-Mar-2004 Sparky and Rhonda Rucker
Sparky Rucker We'll spend an evening exploring the African American folk tradition with this charming duo, who have become Bound for Glory favorites. Starting with blues and gospel and branching out in many directions, Sparky and Rhonda will take you careening through American history and music. Very special.
February 2004 29-Feb-2004 Dakota Dave Hull
Dakota Dave Hull We don't have many instrumentalists on Bound for Glory, but we'll make an exception for Dakota Dave Hull, who is one of the people who have shaped the sound of the acoustic guitar over the last several decades. He's a charming fellow, and boy can he play that thing!!!
22-Feb-2004 Mad Agnes
Mad Agnes Margo Hennebach, Adrienne Jones, and Mark Saunders are Mad Agnes, definitely more than the sum of the parts. This sparkling trio grows with every album, with great synergy. The original songs sometimes feel traditional, sometimes contemporary. What a treat!!!
15-Feb-2004 Lisa Moscatiello
Lisa Moscatiello Lisa Moscatiello has done Bound for Glory as a solo singer, and as the lead for the neo-Celtic band Whirligig. She has a magnificent voice, and an eclectic collection of songs, traditional, contemporary, homemade. Please welcome her back to Bound for Glory, and wait until you hear the fellow she plays with.
08-Feb-2004 Garnet Rogers
Garnet Rogers Garnet Rogers is one of Canada's finest musical exports, and another of our favorite Bound for Glory performers. He's a fine songwriter, a marvelous guitarist, and he's got one of the most incredible voices on the circuit today. Garnet Rogers, very powerful, very strong, very, very good.
01-Feb-2004 Chris Smither
Chris Smither Chris Smither is another top notch performer. His songs are laced with the blues, and flavored by his New Orleans childhood. He's one of the best guitarists going, always tasteful, incredibly imaginative. Chris has a wry sense of humor that carries through a lot of his songs and stories. Come join us.
January 2004 25-Jan-2004 Bill Staines
Bill Staines We start our season with one the very best. Bill Staines is loved by folk audiences everywhere. His songs are magical, with chorus after chorus worth singing along with. His sense of humor and of timing is superb, his performances the best there are, anywhere. Don't miss this show.
18-Jan-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-Jan-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-Jan-2004 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
37th Season (Fall)
Date Description
December 2003 28-Dec-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
21-Dec-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
14-Dec-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
07-Dec-2003 Dana Robinson
Dana Robinson What a fine way to end our 37th fall season! Dana Robinson is a songwriter who's both immersed in the southern mountain folk tradition, and full of contemporary attitude. He's a hot guitarist and a fine fiddler, with many a fine twist to his lyrics. Be there.
November 2003 30-Nov-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
23-Nov-2003 David Olney
David Olney He may not be the most famous singer who comes to Bound for Glory, but he certainly is one of the most requested. David Olney is a singer-songwriter of dark humor and extraordinary energy. His songs and style are impossible to pigeonhole, but a lot of people are really glad that he's coming back to Bound for Glory.
16-Nov-2003 Ken Whiteley
Ken Whiteley He's jivey. You can hear blues, ragtime, even jazz and gospel in what he's doing. Ken Whiteley is from Toronto, coming to Bound for Glory for the very first time. Alternately both profound and great fun, Ken Whiteley is one of a kind. Save this date. It will be extraordinary.
09-Nov-2003 Jeff Warner
Jeff Warner Did you catch Jeff Warner on Bound for Glory last winter? He's one of America's very best traditional singers. You can't have a living folk tradition without understanding the old songs and where they came from. It's hard to think of anyone who's more welcome back on Bound for Glory than Jeff Warner.
02-Nov-2003 Brian Peters
Brian Peters Brian Peters hails from Britain, where he is a major traditional singer on the folk circuit. He has taken it upon himself to keep the ancient ballads alive for future generations, and he does a wonderful job of it. Plus, he's a lively, charming, funny performer, who will leave you with a big smile. Another Bound for Glory debut.
October 2003 26-Oct-2003 Full Frontal Folk
Full Frontal Folk Gotta love the name. Four women have gotten together to really sing, with terrific harmonies and wonderful songs, both traditional and contemporary. Everywhere they go, they attract attention and applause. We'll find out why, on their Bound for Glory debut.
19-Oct-2003 Priscilla Herdman
Priscilla Herdman For nearly thirty years, the folk world has stood in awe of Priscilla Herdman's magnificent voice. She's a strong song-finder, who has taught us all some of the best songs of the last several decades. Her concerts are strong, moving experiences, and we're proud to have her back on Bound for Glory.
12-Oct-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Oct-2003 Mark Rust
Mark Rust Yes, we've been remiss. It's been far too long since the last Mark Rust Bound for Glory. Let's all welcome this former Ithacan, with his delightful stories and songs about our town, his family, and the many good people that have crossed his path. This is the kind of magic that keeps Bound for Glory going year after year.
September 2003 28-Sep-2003 Scott Alarik
It's probably been fifteen years since the last time Scott Alarik appeared on Bound for Glory. He's from Minnesota, via Boston, and his old time stories are legendary. He's a fine writer, and also a singer of traditional ballads. After years as a music critic, he's back on the road part time, and he's made a bee line for Bound for Glory.
21-Sep-2003 Eve Goldberg
Eve Goldberg It'll be Eve Goldberg's second visit to Bound for Glory. She comes to us from Toronto, with a songbag borrowed from the finest songwriters, plus a few songs of her own. Sometimes she sounds like a mountain singer, sometimes like an early jazz chanteuse. She's always fascinating and surprising.
14-Sep-2003 Dan Berggren
Dan Berggren A return visit from an old friend. Dan Berggren grew up in the Adirondacks. His songs, old and new, reflect the harsh beauty of the high hills and mountains, and the wonderful characters who lived there, in old times and not so old. Dan's songs have wonderful choruses and he remains as charming and delightful as ever.
07-Sep-2003 Jack Hardy
Jack Hardy It's been too many years. Please welcome Jack Hardy, famed elder statesman of the New York City singer-songwriters. Jack Hardy writes everything from an Irish tale to a country song, with both wry, dark humor, and lively charm. He'll make you smile and he'll make you think. Don't miss this show.
August 2003 31-Aug-2003 An Traonach (pronounced TRAY-knock)
Traonach Last year's show was grand. Welcome back Traonach, the lively Celtic band that has emerged from Ithaca's long-running Irish session. Reels and Jigs, Hornpipes and Waltzes, humorous songs and traditional ballads, all come together in the hands (and voices) of some of Ithaca's most remarkable musicians.
36th Season (Summer)
Date Description
August 2003 24-Aug-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
17-Aug-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
10-Aug-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
03-Aug-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
July 2003 27-Jul-2003 Sara Milonovich and Greg Anderson
Sara Milonovich Wow. Award winning fiddler Sara Milonovich, formerly of the McKrells, and Greg Anderson, founder of Whirligig and member of Cathy Ryan's band, get together for an evening of fiery and poignant instrumentals and vocals from both the Celtic and American traditions. Be there!!
20-Jul-2003 Mike Agranoff
Mike Agranoff Mike Agranoff is a regular on Bound for Glory, one of the most eclectic musicians on the folk scene today. Mike does everything from an ancient ballad to a fine contemporary song, to an outrageous parody. Perhaps he'll treat us to one of his marvelous recitations. We will all certainly leave with smiles on our faces.
13-Jul-2003 Akire Bubar
Akire Bubar Last time she was here, many folks just fell in love with Akire Bubar, a woman with a gorgeous voice and songs to match. Akire's songs range in style from Old Timey to very contemporary. She's full of good smiles and a delightful presence. Don't miss her second Bound for Glory.
06-Jul-2003 Flapjack
Flapjack They call it Old Time Canadian Bush Swing, and that about covers it. Flapjack is an amazing band fro Ontario, playing danceable music, and singing their own traditionally flavored homemade songs, with high energy, style, and good humor. One of the best shows of any year.
June 2003 29-Jun-2003 Darryl Purpose
Darryl Purpose Darryl Purpose has been on Bound for Glory several times in recent years, and is always welcome back. He's one of the country's finest story-singers. Most of his songs tell stories, from historical to fanciful, packed with strange and marvelous twists of the imagination. Always a very special evening.
22-Jun-2003 Brooks Williams
Brooks Williams It has been too many years. Brooks Williams is one of the guitar gods. Jaws drop as he plays. He's a fine writer of songs, from beautiful to jivey, from skiffle to gospel, and an excellent and entertaining performer, with a lot of magic to share. What a way to start our summer series!!!
36th Season (Spring)
Date Description
15-Jun-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Jun-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
01-Jun-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
May 2003 25-May-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
18-May-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
11-May-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
04-May-2003 The Lost Boys.
Surely we need some Bluegrass this Spring. So we'll end our season in fine style by bringing back the Lost Boys, an outstanding bluegrass band from the Syracuse area, featuring fine bluegrass singer and songwriter John Cadley. Can't think of a better, or a livelier, way to end our Springtime.
April 2003 27-Apr-2003 Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen.
Steve Gillette Cindy Mangsen Steve and Cindy are Bound for Glory favorites, going back many years. They perform everything from old ballads, to some of the best new folk songs, to their own carefully crafted tunes. On stage they are quiet and understated, but they command your attention... and give you a smile.
20-Apr-2003 Groovelily.
Groovelily; requires flash, I couldn't load it Bound for Glory stretches out again, with a debut from this wild, highly eclectic contemporary trio. It's hard even to list all the influences in their high-flying music. Their fiddler will knock your socks off, and a good time will be had by all.
13-Apr-2003 Lou and Peter Berryman.
Lou and Peter Berryman, circa 1990 Lou and Peter are on the short list of favorite Bound for Glory performers of all times, though it's been years since they've been on the show. Their incredible takes on Life in America will leave you gasping, as will both their intense, one of a kind sense of humor, and their wild wordplay. Don't miss this show!
06-Apr-2003 Artisan.
Artisan This incredible a cappella trio comes to us from the north of England. Artisan is harmonies that raise the hair on the back of your neck. The songs are sometimes powerful, sometimes funny, always worth the listening. And the performance is like nothing you have ever seen or heard elsewhere. Their second Bound for Glory visit.
March 2003 30-Mar-2003 David Massengill.
David Massengill With gallons of wry good humor, David Massengill writes and sings the stories of his childhood in Bristol TN/VA... and a lot of other wonderful stuff as well. His main instrument is the mountain dulcimer, and his stock-in-trade is Magic. One of the best shows of this, or any, year. Welcome him back.
23-Mar-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
16-Mar-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
09-Mar-2003 Robin Greenstein.
Robin Greenstein She calls it Acousticness. It's been many years since the last time Robin Greenstein appeared on Bound for Glory, with her mixture of everything from traditional folk through rock. She's got a super voice, and this show will be a delight. Don't miss it!
02-Mar-2003 Mustard's Retreat.
Mustard's Retreat Mustard's Retreat, being Michael Hough and David Tamulevich, are among the all time Bound for Glory best friends. They won the very first Best of Bound for Glory award, and continue to bring us magic whenever they can. Every time they play, they invite us into their living room to sit around and sing grand songs.
February 2003 23-Feb-2003 Les Sampou.
Les Sampou This lady sure can play the blues. And she can write songs with the best of them. Last year's Bound for Glory with Les Sampou was memorable, both intense and charming at the same time. We are delighted to welcome her back just about one year later.
16-Feb-2003 Tamarack.
The band keeps changing, but the magic remains. Tamarack is one of Ontario's musical treasures, sharing songs of the Canadian experience, and writing from a rich historical perspective. Plus they sound great and they're just a whole lot of fun. They're one of our favorites. Don't miss Tamarack.
09-Feb-2003 Connie Kaldor.
Welcome back humorist and songwriter Connie Kaldor. She brings us powerful stories and songs from the vast Canadian prairies. And she's a delight on stage. Her quirky sense of humor clicks with almost everyone, and is sure to leave the audience smiling.
02-Feb-2003 Annie Gallup.
Here's another Bound for Glory debut, of a very different nature. Annie Gallup has been called the "Beat Poet of Folk". Her songs, and her poems set to music, are wild and edgy, very different from what you might expect to hear on Bound for Glory. Her talent is immense, and she views the world through unusual glasses.
January 2003 26-Jan-2003 Turkey Hollow.
Turkey Hollow comes our way from the coast of Maine, with grand stories, and a country-side-of-folk musical flavoring. They've got a lot of humor and smiles behind their music. One of the members is also in Schooner Fare. A very welcome Bound for Glory debut.
19-Jan-2003 Jeff Warner.
Jeff Warner There are several centuries of American traditional folk music behind today's Bound for Glory performances, and who better to explore them than Jeff Warner? Jeff is the son of Frank and Anne Warner, two of America's most important folk song collectors. He's got a grand repertoire, and he's a lot of fun. Welcome him back.
12-Jan-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
05-Jan-2003 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
36th Season (Fall)
Date Description
December 2002 29-Dec-2002 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
22-Dec-2002 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
15-Dec-2002 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
08-Dec-2002 The Hickory Project
We end our season in fine style with one of the hottest bluegrass bands in the country. The Hickory Project combines traditional bluegrass instrumentation with intense hot licks, and a set of musical imaginations that just have to be explored. Be there.
01-Dec-2002 Albums from the Studios. It's Cornell's Thanksgiving break, the Cafe is closed, and Phil is sitting in the WVBR studios playing CD's and the occasional vinyl for you. Give him a call at 607-273-2121.
November 2002 24-Nov-2002 Small Potatoes
Small Potatoes This highly eclectic Illinois-based duo won the second annual Best of Bound for Glory award. Their steadfast good humor, their excellent musicianship, their highly skilled songwriting and song finding, make them one of the finest folk acts on the circuit anywhere. Be sure to catch them.
17-Nov-2002 Lissa Schneckenburger and her Band
Lissa Schneckenburger Lissa Schneckenburger is one hot fiddler, and a fine singer as well. She brings a lot of contra dance style to her high energy music. And her band will make sure that the Cafe will be full of tapping feet.
10-Nov-2002 Sparky and Rhonda Rucker
Sparky Rucker Sparky Rucker should be well-remembered, presenting music from the American Black tradition, one of the best. This is the first time that his wife Rhonda joins him on Bound for Glory, with, among other things, some lively harmonica playing and some fine harmonies. Highly recommended.
03-Nov-2002 Tanglefoot
Tanglefoot Welcome back Tanglefoot, the wonderful Canadian band who won the third annual Best of Bound For Glory award. They call their style "Full-Throated Abandon", a perfect phrase. They write songs of the Canadian experience, they're great storytellers, and they put on a show not to be missed.
October 2002 27-Oct-2002 Fishken and Groves
Fishken and Groves Another Bound for Glory debut. We will welcome this Boston-based duo who sing primarily American traditional songs, including a lot of Songs of the American West. They present excellent harmonies, and have a warm, inviting stage presence.
20-Oct-2002 Anne Weiss
Anne Weiss Some of you remember Anne Weiss, the bundle of musical energy who opened for Dar Williams a while back. Anne is contemporary, Anne is political, Anne is one of the liveliest performers ever to grace the Bound for Glory stage. Don't miss her Bound for Glory debut.
13-Oct-2002 Bound for Glory will be Albums from the Studios. Call Phil at 607-273-2121.
06-Oct-2002 Y*ALL
Y'ALL Indescribable. Always incredible. Y*ALL is an old time 1930's style country duo... except that one of them wears a dress... and is a very funny guy. Join JayByrd and Steven as they return yet again to Bound for Glory for an evening you'll be telling your friends about.
September 2002 29-Sep-2002 Alastair Moock
Alastair Moock Alastair Moock is not the only folksinger to want to walk in the large steps of Woody Guthrie, but he is one of the best, connecting the traditional and contemporary folk worlds with excellent song writing and respect for the past. One of the best of the up-and-coming new generation, another Bound for Glory debut.
22-Sep-2002 Garnet Rogers
Garnet Rogers Ontario's Garnet Rogers is one of our favorite Bound for Glory performers of all times. His incredible voice, super songs, good humor and charismatic stage presence will make this a night to remember... along with his several previous Bound for Glory visits. Come early.
15-Sep-2002 Bernice Lewis
Bernice Lewis Gosh it's been a long time. Bernice Lewis returns to Bound for Glory with a good humored mix of songs in many styles, sung by a woman with a big, bluesy voice and a lot of performance magic. Bernice Lewis is one of a kind.
08-Sep-2002 The Kennedys
Pete and Maura Kennedy are some of the liveliest performers on the contemporary folk circuit, with incredible rockin' hot licks backing up some wonderful song writing. You'll feel the energy swirl out of your radio... but they're even better live. Welcome them back.
01-Sep-2002 Traonach(pronounced TRAY-knock)
Traonach Traonach is the lively Celtic band that has emerged from Ithaca's long-running Irish session. Reels and Jigs, Hornpipes and Waltzes, humorous songs and traditional ballads, all come together in the hands (and voices) of some of Ithaca's most remarkable musicians. A Bound for Glory debut.
Program listings for
previous seasons
35th Season
2001-2002
25-Aug-2002Albums from the Studio
18-Aug-2002Albums from the Studio
11-Aug-2002Albums from the Studio
04-Aug-2002Albums from the Studio
28-Jul-2002Bryan Bowers
21-Jul-2002Kevin So
14-Jul-2002Darryl Purpose
07-Jul-2002The McKrells
30-Jun-2002Four Shillings Short
23-Jun-2002John Specker
16-Jun-2002Albums from the Studio
09-Jun-2002Albums from the Studio
02-Jun-2002Albums from the Studio
26-May-2002Albums from the Studio
19-May-2002Albums from the Studio
12-May-2002Albums from the Studio
05-May-2002Joel Mabus
28-Apr-2002The Dady Brothers
21-Apr-2002Dana Robinson
14-Apr-2002Eric Andersen
07-Apr-2002Mac Benford and friends
31-Mar-2002Heidi Muller
24-Mar-2002Albums from the Studio
17-Mar-2002Albums from the Studio
10-Mar-2002Broadside Electric
03-Mar-2002Jay Smar w/ Bob Haffly
24-Feb-2002Mike Agranoff
17-Feb-2002Sadie Green Sales Ragtime Jugband
10-Feb-2002Les Sampou
03-Feb-2002Delaney Brother Bluegrass
27-Jan-2002Akire Bubar
20-Jan-2002Bill Staines
13-Jan-2002Albums from the Studio
06-Jan-2002Albums from the Studio
30-Dec-2001Albums from the Studio
23-Dec-2001Albums from the Studio
16-Dec-2001Albums from the Studio
09-Dec-2001Michael Jerling
02-Dec-2001The Diamondback Rattlers
25-Nov-2001Albums from the Studio
18-Nov-2001Mike Seeger
11-Nov-2001Pat Humphries
04-Nov-2001Bill Morrissey
28-Oct-2001Joe LaMay and Sherri Reese, with Genesee Rose
21-Oct-2001Michael McNevin
14-Oct-2001Mike Agranoff
07-Oct-2001Albums from the Studio
30-Sep-2001Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer
23-Sep-2001Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen
16-Sep-2001Chris Smither
09-Sep-2001Y'ALL
02-Sep-2001Eddy Lawrence
34th Season
2000-2001
26-Aug-2001Albums from the Studio
19-Aug-2001Albums from the Studio
12-Aug-2001Albums from the Studio
05-Aug-2001Albums from the Studio
29-Jul-2001James Gordon
22-Jul-2001Kate McDonnell
15-Jul-2001Tamarack
08-Jul-2001Amy Fradon and her band
01-Jul-2001Andrew McKnight
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1999-2000
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05-Sep-1999Four Shillings Short
29-Aug-1999Hog-Tie Sessions
32nd Season
1998-1999
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18-Jul-1999Eric Garrison
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25-Apr-1999Grit Laskin
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11-Apr-1999David Hamburger
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24-Jan-1999Cornerstone
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20-Sep-1998Four Shillings Short
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30-Aug-1998Y'ALL
31st Season
1997-1998
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26-Jul-1998Mark Rust
19-Jul-1998Tania Opland and Mike Freeman
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08-Feb-1998Hugh Blumenfeld
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21-Sep-1997Four Shillings Short
14-Sep-1997Y'ALL
07-Sep-1997David Massengill
31-Aug-1997Guy Davis
30th Season
1996-1997
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03-Aug-1997Michael Johnathon
27-Jul-1997Anne Hills
20-Jul-1997Paul Wilder
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29-Jun-1997Andrew Lawrence
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09-Mar-1997Lui Collins
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23-Feb-1997Heidi Muller
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09-Feb-1997Unknown
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