Season 10—2011

  • 241. Turley Richards, Grace Adele, Stories by Cynthia Changaris
  • 242. Bomar & Ritter, Wild Carrot, Stories by Col. Bob Thompson
  • 243. Highlights from “Bluegrass on the Square” Corydon, IN, Common Ground, Dale Ann Bradley
  • 244. Lazy 11, Lamont Gillespie and 100 Proof Blues Band, Poetry by Paul McDonald
  • 245. Memphis Beck & Mike “Uncle Fog” O'Brien, The 23 String Band, Stories by Mark Keller
  • 246. Rusty Bladen, New Country Folk
  • 247. Tony Myers & Matt Phelps, Amos Hopkins and the White Russians, Stories by Mark Keller
  • 248. Highlights from Corydon's “Bluegrass on the Square”, Hog Operation, JD Crowe & the New South
  • 249. John Gage/Bruce Krohmer, Mad Tea Party, Storyteller: Col. Bob Thompson
  • 250. Duck Baker, The Rashers, Storyteller: Cynthia Changaris
  • 251. Crescent Hill 4th of July Event, Mitch Barrett, The Wulfe Brothers
  • 252. ”Bluegrass on the Square” Corydon, IN, High Rollers, Storefront Congregation
  • 253. Paul Carney-Flamenco Guitarist, Appalatin, Storyteller: Graham Shelby
  • 254. Highlights from Kentucky Music Weekend, February Sky, Gary Gallier & Dave Wilson, Fresh Cut Grass, Barton & Para, Peter Madcat Ruth, Rick Thum
  • 255. Steve Lyon, The Squirrels, Storyteller: Graham Shelby
  • 256. Special Fund Raising Edition, Jimi V & Screamin' John Hawkins, Cole Prior Stevens Band
  • Storyteller: Paul McDonald
  • 257. Kentucky Serenaders: Nikos Pappas & Seth Folsom, Whistlin' Rufus, Story teller: Arbutus Cunningham
  • 258. Highlights from Louisville Irish Fest, Tenrec, Dark Moll, The Brock McGuire Band
  • 259. Tom Bowman, The American Freedom Machine, Storyteller: Arbutus Cunningham
  • 260. Highlights from Kentucky Music Weekend, Kentucky Standard Band, Sweet Roots, Evie Laden, Dan Landrum, Bill Staines
  • 261. "Country Musis with Jewish Soul" at Congregation Adath Jeshurun, Mickey Clark & the Blue Norther, Cantor David Lipp, Wayne Perkey
  • 262. Tyrone Cotton, Phillip Cherry and Thadeus Pinkney, Sue O'Neill & Blues Seville, Poetry by Phillip Cherry
  • 263. Highlights from the National Jugband Jubilee
  • 264. Jimmy Davis, Little T & A, Poetry by Phillip Cherry
Doors  Open at 7p.m.; Show Begins at 7:30p.m. Admission is $12,  $10 for PorchPals