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!
Tonight we'll be speaking to Anthony Toner (via phone) about the release of his latest album "Ghost Stories, Vol. 1" which is an album of cover songs that mean so much to Anthony. www.anthonytoner.net
Website of Belfast singer-songwriter and blogger Anthony Toner
Playlist for 30th June
John Prine: Let's Talk Dirty in Hawaiian (Live)(Lucky 13)
Donnie Fritts w/ john Prine: Why is My day So Long (Lucky 13)
John Cee Stannard: I See a Boy (Folk Roots Revisited)
Anthony Toner: I Know One (Ghost Stories, Vol. 1)
Emmylou Harris: Beneath Still Waters
Charlie Landsborough: My Forever Friend
A.K. & the Brotherhood: California Free Bird (Oh Sedona!)
Rebecca Turner: Living Rock (The New Wrong Way)
G.F. Patrick: James McGovern (One Town Over)
G.F. Patrick: Six-String Directions (One Town Over)
Anthony Toner: Sugar mountain (Ghost Stories Vol. 1)
Anthony Toner: Scarlet Ribbons (Ghost Stories Vol. 1)
Anthony Toner: On Saturday Afternoons in 1963 (Ghost Stories Vol. 1)
Anthony Toner: Goodbye (Ghost Stories Vol. 1)
Ronnie Greer Band : Do It Again (Live with Friends)
Dick Greaves: A Piece of this Life(Still Life, the Legacy Collection)
Steve Crawford & Spider MacKenzie: After the Ceilidh (Celticana)
Annie Gallup: My Father Loves Poetry (Bookish)
Lynne Hanson: Would You Still (Just Words)
Miss Tess: Ride That Train (Baby We All Know)
The Danberrys: Shine (Shine)
Peter Croft: New Oklahoma rag (Button Box Breakdown)
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.'