Sunday, April 10 on The Mulberry Tree


My first set of songs on The Mulberry Tree this coming Sunday will represent strong female vocals.  Later on in the playlist, I'll be featuring several tracks written by the late Bob Dyer.  Bob was a performing songwriter from the Boonville-Columbia Missouri area. Two separate listeners suggested I feature Bob's music on the tree, and I certainly appreciate it.  Monday, April 11 marks 15 years since Bob's passing, so I saw it fitting time to share a few of his songs with you.  This week's sneak peek playlist video is James Taylor and J.D. Souther with "Her Town Too," which features some of the most magical harmony vocals.  Their voices blend effortlessly and beautifully.  Here's my full list of artists to be heard this Sunday:

Trio (Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt)

Emmylou Harris 

Dar Williams 

Kate Wolf 

Tony Rice 

Valerie June 

James Taylor with J.D. Souther -Click here to enjoy "Her Town Too"

Michael Cochran 

Bob Dyer -2 tracks

Ken Shepherd 

Aoife O’Donovan, Chris Thile, Yo Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer 

Chris Thile, Yo Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer

The Mulberry Tree airs on Sunday evenings at 9 p.m. CST on KSMU 91.1 FM, Springfield Missouri's NPR affiliate station, and also at the following locations: Branson - 90.5, West Plains - 90.3, Mountain Grove - 88.7 Joplin - 98.9 and Neosho - 103.7. AND we also stream live at          

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