The Hear and Now

The Hear & Now presents Mike + Ruthy live – March 22, 2012

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Woodstock-based folk-blues troubadours Michael Merenda and Ruthy Ungar (yes, she’s the daughter of fiddler Jay Ungar) bring their ukulele, guitar, fiddle, banjo, harmonica, and gorgeous harmony vocals into the performance studio to perform songs from their deep repertoire, including their new version of Woody Guthrie’s “My New York City.” They’ll also chat with host Derk Richardson about their years with the Mammals, their friendships with the Guthries and the Seegers, and more.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Mike + RuthyEnd of TimeMillion to OneHumble Abode Music
Jim WhiteChase the Dark AwayWhere It Hits YouYep Roc
Mike + RuthyRomance in the DarkLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthyMy New York CityLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthyToast My MemoreyLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthyRaise Your Glasses HighLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthyOh MamaLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthySimple and SoberLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Mike + RuthyOn Our SideLive in the KPFA performance studio
Mike + RuthyOn My Way HomeLive in the KPFA performance studion/a
Bob DylanThe Lonesome Death of Hattie CarrollLive 1964: Concert at Philharmonic Hall: The Bootleg Series Vol. 6Columbia
Jim WhiteState of GraceWhere It Hits YouYep Roc
Magnetic FieldsIt's Only LoveiNonesuch
Firesign TheatreTemporarily Humbolt CountyWaiting for Electrician or Someone Like HimColumbia
Erling WoldA Little Girl Dreams of Taking the VeilI WeepSpooky Pooch
Erling WoldFor Lynn Murdock #1Music of LoveSpooky Pooch
Igor StravinskyThe Augurs of SpringThe Rite of SpringColumbia

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