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Music from Homegrown 21 on the Folklife Today Podcast

Samite Mulongo plays the Litungu, an African lyre

Samite is one of the artists featured in the podcast. Photo courtesy of Samite

Season 3, Episode 11 of the Folklife Today Podcast is ready for listening! Find it at this page on the Library’s website, or on Stitcher, iTunes, or your usual podcatcher.

Summer is over, and autumn is here. That means the Homegrown 2021 concert series is also drawing to a close. We put a selection of songs from the series on the Folklife Today podcast, with commentary from me, John Fenn, series producer Thea Austen, and AFC interns Kennedi Johnson and Camille Acosta.  That way, if you haven’t had a chance to watch the videos, you can download and listen wherever you like to hear your podcasts. As usual, I’ll present links to relevant blog posts, videos, and audio selections in this post.  But first:

Get your podcast here!

The main links you need to watch the full concerts are the Homegrown Concerts page here, or, of you want to see the comments that were posted during the premieres, the Facebook Playlist page for the series, here.

I also wrote a couple of Connection Collections blogs on individual concerts, including:

Hubby Jenkins at this link

Martin Carthy, Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin at this link.

That’s about it for the full audio and video resources behind the episode. We’ll be back soon with another!

As always, thanks for reading and thanks for listening. In case you need that podcast link again…here it is!

 

 

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