Spokane Public Radio invites you to a Special Fall Folk Festival Retrospective in honor of their 25th Anniversary and our 40th. Tune in Saturday, November 14 from 11 to 1 p.m., and Sunday, November 15 from 1 to 3 p.m., on KPBX 91.1.
Hear a musical sampler of performers and bands who’ve played at the festival and the broadcast. Styles range from Singer/Songwriter, Bluegrass, Celtic, Americana, drum ensembles and many others. Performers come from throughout the region.
SPR’s Verne Windham is producing and hosting the program with co-hosting appearances from SPR’s Carlos Alden, Janean Jorgensen, Neesha Schrom Crosen, and Steve Jackson. Guitarist Melad Abide, Brad Keeler, or bassist Eugene Jablonsky will be heard as the house band for many of the live broadcasts over the years.
From the Spokane Fall Folk Festival Website about the Retrospective Event: The Virtual Festival will also provide pre-recorded performances of entertainers selected from this year's applicants streamed on the Fall Folk Festival website and Facebook page. Details will be posted on the website and Facebook page as they become available.
In keeping with the tradition of having vendors at the festival, this year's Virtual Festival will have a Festival Market Place on the Fall Folk Festival website beginning Saturday, November 14.