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Intimate live music performances


Episode 2, Season 2 / Dec 2, 2021

Half My World

Exploring Anne Spencer's poetry and a live performance by Lucy Dacus

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A performance by Richmond native and singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus from the 30A Songwriters Festival. Dacus’s latest album, Home Video, is available now.

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Episode 1, Season 2 / Nov 4, 2021

The Borderlands

A dispatch from the Rio Grande Valley and a performance by Adia Victoria

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A performance by Adia Victoria from the 30A Songwriter’s Festival.
Photo by Huy Nguyen

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Episode 8, Season 1 / Sep 16, 2020

Points South Live: Dead Horses

A live performance from BlakeSt

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`Milwaukee-based folk band Dead Horses performs at BlakeSt in Bentonville, Arkansas and chats with Bryan and Bernice Hembree (Smokey and the Mirror), co-founders of the Fayetteville Roots Festival.

Dead Horses is Sarah Vos (vocals, guitar), Daniel Wolff (upright bass, vocals), and James Gallagher (percussion). Their latest EP, Birds, is available now.

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Episode 6, Season 1 / Mar 18, 2020

Other Arrangements

Parker Millsap, Lavinia Jones Wright's "Skyline Drive," and a dispatch from Dilley, Texas

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A performance by Gospel Rocker Parker Millsap.

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Episode 2, Season 1 / May 8, 2020

The Hurting Kind

John Paul White, Mary Miller, and a dispatch from Horn Island, Mississippi

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A performance by John Paul White.

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Episode 3, Season 1 / Oct 17, 2019

Cemetery Angel

AIDS and end-of-life care in Arkansas

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A Fayetteville Roots Festival performance by Los Texmaniacs.

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Episode 1, Season 1 / Sep 17, 2019

Working on a Building

Why is country music so white?

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Dom Flemons performs from Black Cowboys live from the Oxford American stage

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Episode 5, Season 1 / Dec 18, 2019

Don’t Cry (Warrior Song)

Can we achieve togetherness in our time?

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A performance from the No Tears Suite, an original jazz composition commissioned by the OA to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the desegregation crisis at Little Rock’s Central High School.

Featuring Kelley Hurt, Chris Parker, Brian Blade, Bill Huntington, Bobby LaVell, Marc Franklin, and Chad Fowler.

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