Women In Music for October 4, 2011

On this coming week’s Women In Music with Laney Goodman, we’ll hear singer/songwriters like Kat Mills from Blacksburg, Virginia, new Wailin’ Jenny’s live… Louisiana’s “Hillbilly Goddess” Alecia Nugent and from Nashville, now living in L.A., Melanie Bomar… progressive sounds from Canada with Amelia Curran and Australia’s progressive/pop singer/songwriter Sia… then we’ll finish up the hour with British folk rock from Joy Askew and Eliza Carthy, then we’ll come back to the States with Sarah Fimm’s latest release.

That’s all this coming week on Women In Music with Laney Goodman.

Women In Music for September 27, 2011

On this coming week’s show we’ll hear progressive singer/songwriters Kree Woods out of Nashville, TN and Molly Bancroft, originally from the  Southlands now living in Michigan… Americana/roots with Brigitte DeMeyer and Boston area new grass band Joy Kills Sorrow… alternative  singer/songwriter from Athens, GA Lera Lynn… and from Brooklyn, Emily Zuzik… then we’ll finish up the hour with two classic covers – The Cowboy Junkies performing “Sweet Jane,” and Patti Smith with Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”.

That’s all coming up on the next  Women In Music.

Women In Music for September 20, 2011

On this coming week’s show we’ll hear New England singer/songwriters Erica Wheeler and Antje Duvekot… alt/roots with New York’s Heather Masse and Emmy Lou Harris with Patty Griffin… progressive sounds of Saram Fimm from Woodstock, NY, and Noe Venable… Then we’ll end the show with Suzanne Vega, and a classic from Vanessa Daou, featuring the poetry of Erica Jong.

That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.

Women In Music for September 6, 2011

On this coming week’s show we’ll hear Connecticut singer/songriter Emily Asen, and out of Seattle Kym Tuvim… acoustic blues wtih British guitarist Bex Marshall, and Terri Hendrix out of San Marcos, Texas… Celtic fiddler Eileen Ivers, the British folk/rock band The Imagined Village, featuring Eliza Carthy and Sheila Chandra… then we’ll finish up the hour with Tibetan vocalist Yungchen Lbamo, featuring Scottish diva Annie Lennox… and more.

That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.

Show for August 23, 2011

On this coming week’s show we’ll hear Boston-area  singer/songwriter Merrie Amsterburg

Merrie Amsterburg

and Grammy award-winner Tracy Chapman,

Tracy Chapman

a touch of Celtic with Solas,  and new roots from Crooked Still, adult contemporary sounds of India Arie

India Arie

and Janita,

Janita

then we’ll finish up with Capercaille, and new music from an LA band called AOMusic, and more.

That’s all coming up on the next  Women In Music.

Women In Music for August 15, 2011

On this coming week’s show we’ll hear all new music with singer/songwriters Patty Larkin, Abra Moore and Patty Griffin… Britain’s Thea Gilmore with a remake of Neil Young’s “Old Laughing Lady” and Chicago singer/songwriter Susan Werner… progressive folk/pop from Toronto’s Forest City Lovers and Seattle duo Two Loons for Tea… then we’ll finish up with acoustic flavored jazz with NYC singer/songwriters Cassandra Wilson  and Alana Davis. That’s all coming up on the next  Women In Music.

Women In Music for August 2, 2011

Join us this coming week on Women In Music for the best of female talent on the music scene today. On this week’s show, we’ll hear the sounds of Meg Hutchinson

Meg Hutchinson

and Philadelphia singer/songwriter Liz Longley…

Liz Longley

gospel with a touch of blues from three-time Grammy Award-winner Ashley Cleveland

Ashley Cleveland

and the latest from Patty Griffin… progressive pop from Julia Easterlin and our featured artist this week, San Francisco’s Francesca Lee…

Francesca Lee

then we’ll finish up the hour with the electronic chill room sounds from the Mosquitos, featuring Juju Stulback and Margo Reymundo.

Margo Reymundo

That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.

Women In Music for July 26, 2011

On this coming week’s Women In Music with Laney Goodman, we’ll hear new music out of Canada with Dala… k.d. lang and Joni Mitchell… sultry sounds of Sharon Robinson from the West Coast and new music from Philadelphia singer/songwriter Suzie Brown, Latin fusion from Mexican-American singer/songwriter Perla Batalla and Lila Downs, and out of the Dominican Republic Irka Mateo. That’s all this coming week on Women In Music with Laney Goodman.

Women In Music for July 19, 2011

On this coming week’s Women In Music with Laney Goodman, we’ll hear singer/songwriters like Katrin from the Boston area

Katrin

and a Michigan duo called The Mickeys, who are also our featured artists this week… Americana/roots music with Colleen McFarland from the Philly music scene, now living in Nashville…

Colleen McFarland

out of Canada, Suzie Vinnick

Suzie Vinnick

and the latest from Virginia’s Julie Clark… the progressive/pop of Annabella, a duo from Austin, Texas, and the latest from western Massachusetts singer/songwriter Sonya Kitchell

Sonya Kitchell

and Naomi Green from Los Angeles… then we’ll finish up the show with electronica from a duo called Ping Trace and the ambient/world beat of Marcome’ from Canada and Boston’s own Jillian Goldin.

That’s all this coming week on Women In Music with Laney Goodman.

Women In Music for July 12, 2011

On this coming week’s Women In Music with Laney Goodman, you’ll hear an eclectic mix from some of the most talented female artists from around the world, including Boston area singer/songwriter Libby Kirkpatrick

Libby Kirkpatrick

and from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Amelia Curran…

Amelia Curran

alternative roots with the latest from Southern singer/songwriter Ashley Wells, and Canadian duo Madison Violet…

Madison Violet

progressive pop with a retro feel from a California band called The Curios, and a classic from the late great Laura Nyro from her 1993 release Walk the Dog and Light the Light… then we’ll finish up the hour with some smouldering blues with The Joanna Connor Band out of Chicago and the funky sounds of a duo from Portland, Oregon, called Miriam’s Well. That’s all this coming week on Women In Music with Laney Goodman.