Plumb Point Road, Deer Isle, ME 04627
is the Bluegrass music radio show on Community Radio,
WERU-FM, 89.9 Blue Hill and 102.9 Bangor. That's
in Maine. And we're also webcasting at
Be sure to tune in wherever you are.
I again will be
sponsoring the Bronzewound "After-Hours" showcase at the
2009 IBMA World Of Bluegrass in Nashville. I hope you
the opportunity to visit the Bronzewound showcase.
It will be in the Nashville Convention Center, Level 1,
Click on this sentence for a printable PDF file.
Contact me if you need
passes that will get you into the showcase area if you are
not an IBMA WOB attendee.
See the schedule below.
It is packed with great performers that you will not see
11:15 PM – Summertown Road
11:40 PM – Cats & The Fiddler
12:00 MIDNIGHT – Davidson Brothers (Australia)
12:30 AM – The Stonethrowers
1:00 AM – The High Rollers
1:30AM – The Kirby Knob Boys
11:15 PM – Allison
11:40 PM – High Windy
12:00 MIDNIGHT – Acousticure (Hungary)
12:30 AM – Town Mountain
1:00 AM – Laurelyn Dossett
1:30AM – Bill Evans & Megan Lynch
11:15 PM – The New North
11:40 PM – Cumberland Gap Connection
12:00 MIDNIGHT – Buddy Merriam And Back Roads
12:30 AM – Dehlia Low
1:00 AM – Lonesome Traveler
1:30AM – Chester River Runoff
Anderson began producing Bronzewound on WERU the same
week that the station began broadcasting in May of 1988. When Paul's job moved him out of the area in 1995, David Manski stepped in. David works for the National Park Service
and had been doing a Bluegrass radio show on Cape Cod.
He then became based at Acadia National Park on Mount
Desert Island, Maine.
Darwin Davidson had been doing some musician interviews
on Bronzewound with both Paul and David. David encouraged
him to do more, and in November 1997 Darwin began co-hosting
the show with David.
photographs in the
Bronzewound Gallery will show you a few of the places
where the Bronzewound hosts have been and who they've
talked to and gotten to know.
WERU logo at the top of this page is another link to the WERU
website where you will find other information about the
station. I hope you will consider joining over 1500 other
lovers of Community Radio and help support WERU.