The Post-American Century Is On the Radio!
I'm happy to say my new CD The Post-American Century is on the airwaves! It's currently #19 on the national Folk-DJ airplay chart (after debuting at #20 last month) and I've been interviewed on a number of shows. Artie Martello devoted an entire podcast of his show Mostly Folk to the CD (I'm episode 117), and Jon Stein, host of WTBQ's Hootenanny Cafe, featured 8 of the CD's 11 tracks on his show. I've also chatted with Art Menius on WCOM's The Revolution Starts Now, Kelly Walker on the Sundilla Radio Hour, Jim Marino on CFMU's Freewheelin', Bill Wagman on KDVS's Saturday Morning Folk Show, Joe Pszonek on WMSC's Radio Nowhere, and David Goodman and Marc Stern on WMBR's Room with a View. (Honorable mention to Diane Crowe, host of WMCB's Music of the People - we didn't get to chat on the air due to technical difficulties, but she was kind enough to play 4 cuts anyway!)
WFUV in NYC has featured the CD on 2 of its shows, Sunday Supper with John Platt, and Woody's Children with Bob Sherman. John Platt has also invited me and Mara Levine (who sings on the CD, as well as on her own CDs) to perform in the WFUV-sponsored On Your Radar concert series at the Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen St. in NYC on Tuesday Jan. 12 (7 PM showtime). We're very excited and hope to see you there!