(Many thanks to our Flickr Pool members and Christian Murdock of the Gazette for the photos in this slideshow set to “She Comes to Me in Dreams” by the Great Lake Swimmers”)

Whether you attended the Meadowgrass Festival at La Foret over the Memorial Day weekend, you’ll be glad to know that, beginning today at 1 p.m., Jeff Bieri will play the entirety of Grant-Lee Phillips’ live performance on air. You can stream one of his songs here:

“Shining Hour” by Grant-Lee Phillips

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Stay tuned for more live sets by the following artists who performed at Meadowgrass (songs beneath each), which will be aired on the following Wedsnesdays at 1 p.m.:

June 16th – Gregory Alan Isakov

“The Stable Song” by Gregory Alan Isakov

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June 23rd – Greencards

“The Avenue” by The Greencards

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July 7th – Elephant Revival

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July 21st – Great Lake Swimmers

“Palmistry” by Great Lake Swimmers

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Additional dates and artists TBA

 

2 Responses to Meadowgrass Slide Show + Sets On Air

  1. hethyrh says:

    Thanks for doing such a great job on Meadowgrass this year!!! =)

  2. Sharon Shook says:

    What happened to more photos of The Grant Gordy Quartet??!?? Will you be streaming their set as well?

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