For Folks Sake
Presenter Dessie Fisher
Tuesday evenings from 8:30-10:00pm
Americana, Irish Folk & Traditional music, Folk Music from the UK, Classic Country, and lots of live guests make this a show not to be missed!
Hope you enjoyed the music on my show this week on For Folks Sake
John Prine w/ Iris DeMent: Who's Gonna take Your Garbage Out (For Better, Or Worse)
John Prine w/ Kathy Mattea: Remember Me (For Better, Or Worse)
Catherine Maclelland: Coyote (Coyote)
Catherine Maclelland: Emmet's Song (Coyote)
Cua: Tunnel Tigers (In Flight of the Islands)
Cua: Smile (In Flight of the Islands)
Harry Chapin: Olk Folkie (Legends of the Lost and Found)
Pete Seeger : We Shall Not Be moved (American Folk Anthology)
Steel Blossoms: You're the Reason I Drink (Steel Blossoms)
The Orphan Brigade: Fair Head's Daughter (To The Edge of the World)
Marty Robbins: My Woman, My Woman, My Wife (Greatest Hits)
The Lonesome Ace Stringband: Big Iron (Modern Old-Time Sounds For The Bluegrass and Folksong Jamboree)
The Lonesome Ace Stringband: Stone Walls and Steel Bars (Modern Old-Time Sounds For the Bluegrass and Folksong Jamboree)
Ryan Davidson: Whiskey With My Friends (A Wick Burning High)
Betsy Williams: We Don't Stay (Like We're Talking)
The High Bar Gang: I Saw The Light (Lost & Undone, A Gospel Bluegrass Companion)
Hank Williams: Hey Good Looking (Greatest Hits)
May Erlewine: Here We Are (Second Sight)
Gillian Tuite: The Way You Smile (Promo Cdsingle)
Eamon Friel: Rock N Roll Ballads
Cathryn Craig & Brian Willoughby: County Down (The Cooley & the Mourne)
John Blakely & Jeff Larson: Goes Without Saying (Yesterday's Dream)
Thanks very much for your continuing support of independently-made music. It’s greatly appreciated!
Best wishes from Scotland.
It's always a joy to be a guest on Dessie's For Folk Sake programme! It has a distinct homely, living-room feel to it and I particularly enjoy the chance to talk with Dessie about songs that others have written as well as my own. This programme is a balm to the soul in the midst of this noisy world we're in! - Eilidh Patterson
'Appearing on For Folk Sake is always a reminder of how the best music radio should be... a totally relaxed one-on-one chat with a presenter who shares your passion for good music, and who knows what he's talking about. It's always a pleasure.'