REST IN PEACE ROZ,
HAVE ENJOYED FOLK SCENE AND YOUR WRY SENSE OF HUMOR FOR MANY YEARS. NOW YOU ARE DANCING WITH HOWARD!…MANY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY
I remember meeting Howard & Rozelle outside McCabe when Stan Rogers performed. Would love to hear you again in the Portland, OR area. Remember when Jennifer Warners performed Ding Don Howdy and Sparrow on an early Folks energy long before Officer and a Gentleman made her famous? I taped many of the early years (with dialogue) and love to listen to them now. Nice to see this website.
Looking forward to your return next week. You keep live music going in LA. Thanks, Jerry
Probably sometime in 1980/81 you folks had a guitarist/singer on your program who sang “long Black Veil; Tennessee Stud; The Dancer” and a couple of more songs. His renditions were outstanding and for the life of me I cannot remember his name. Just taking a chance you folks might remember him….and possibly whatever became of him, and his career? His guitar playing was simply terrific and he needed no backup (bass, fiddle, banjo) or anything else to bring it altogether. Just wondering……..
who were the guests last night, November 30th?
My husband & I where headed home from a family gathering, while changing stations came across yours. We enjoyed the music so much & want to know who are the guest artists singing, it was a male & female. You had them on tonight November 16th, between 7:30pm-8pm, please.
When I was a teenager growing up around Kansas City, I remember listening in about 1964 to what I believe was a Sunday night (possibly Saturday) “five most requested folk songs of the week” radio program. It was where I listened to the best (at that time) folk music of the day, e.g., where I was first exposed to a lot of Tom Paxton’s and Judy Collins’s work. I don’t believe the radio program was Chicago’s “Midnight Special” radio program, which I couldn’t get over radio out near KS.
Was it a radio weekly radio program broadcast on WLS (Chicago), some program out of KC, etc.? Does anyone remember such a radio show from the early-mid-60s?
Roz, contact me for comps to Hard Travelin’ with Woody, my multimedia show with the music and artworks of Woody Guthrie playing at Hollywood Fringe! See more at http://www.HardTravelinShow.com
Why wasn’t FolkScene on the air on Sunday, May 18th?
Even though this is my website, I just need to comment. Katherine our webmaster is amazing. She is keeping up the site, and each day it looks more incredible.
We love you Katherine you are a remarkable and talented individual.
Roz & The FolkScene gang.
Hi I was listening to kpfk yesterday Sunday july 21 and I happens to run across the show folk scene. I really enjoyed it I was wondering if you can tell me who was the artist that was the guest of the show. Thank you. Paco
The guest was James Hurley. You can find his cds at http://www.jameshurleymusic.com
You can also find that info on the playlist which is on this site.
More good stuff coming your way each week.
Thanks for dropping by.
Thanks, Heather. We love it!
Roz, Peter, and Heather,
Glad you like the site!
Thank you Catherine Hazard for a wonderful website. It reflects exactly what our commitment is to the music. You are the best Roz.
Congratulations on the wonderful new website! I look forward to returning again and again…
We are so proud of our new website! Thank you, Catherine Hazard for making it possible!
Welcome to our Message Board!
Feel free to express yourself!
P.O. Box 707
Woodland Hills, CA 91365