This Sunday, May 15 on The Mulberry Tree, I'm excited about sharing with you some new tracks from local and regional musicians. We'll hear from Justin Larkin and Aaron Smith and the Coal Biters, who have both released new albums this year. We'll also enjoy many more selections that will round out the hour. This week's sneak peek playlist video is really fun...it's Alison Krauss joined by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and friends performing "Catfish John," a song written by Bob McDill and Allen Reynolds. That song is included in the Will the Circle Be Unbroken III album. Musicians we'll meet around the tree are:
Justin Larkin -1 track set 1, 2 tracks set 2
Aaron Smith and the Coal Biters -2 tracks set 2
Alison Krauss with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band -Click here to enjoy "Catfish John"
Mary Chapin Carpenter
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 ksmu.org.
Meet you on the airwaves!