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eTown is an exciting weekly radio broadcast/podcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial stations. Every eTown show is taped in front of a live audience and features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversations and information about the world around us. eTown's mission is to educate, entertain and inspire a diverse audience through music and conversation in order to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world.
 
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We begin celebrating our 10th season this week with this full rebroadcast from 2002. We welcome back iconic blues man/harmonica virtuoso Charlie Musselwhite. Acoustic-based blues and roots singer/songwriter Corey Harris joins us as well. The Award story this week is one of our collective favorites, featuring a senior citizen whose efforts (to suppl…
 
We continue highlights of our 2001 season, sharing a really special show with you in its entirety. This rebroadcast features the one and only time iconic musical treasure Leon Redbone shares the eTown stage, bringing his unique, outstanding guitar playing, voice, stories and persona as only he can do. Also with us, southwest songstress and songwrit…
 
We’re launching our celebration on the air of our 2001 season with the rebroadcast of an extraordinary show from that year, featuring one of the founding fathers of modern blues, Buddy Guy; plus legendary folksinger Odetta, whose rich variety of musical collaborations have included Dylan, Pete Seeger, Harry Belafonte and Paul Robeson to name a few.…
 
As we celebrate our season from 2000, we can’t resist sharing this all-time classic eTown full episode, featuring musical guests Grammy Award winner Keb’ Mo’ and Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah Harmer. Plus, Nick interviews adventurer and writer Craig Childs. And our award winner is the founder and (at the time) director of a grassroots nonprofit …
 
Our look back at our past 30 seasons continues this week as we share an incredible eTown episode, in its entirety, from the year 2000 show archives. Featuring musical guest Michael McDonald, the legendary singer-songwriter and keyboardist, well known for his distinctive, soulful voice. Other musical visitors include slide guitaristRoy Rogers in a d…
 
We continue with eTown's special 30th anniversary series, sharing highlights from each of our 30 seasons of programs. This week, we start out celebrating our 1999 season by offering a full rerun of a remarkable road show taping: eTown goes to the town of Kingston in upstate New York, where Natalie Merchant joins us for music and conversation. Also …
 
Our look back at our past 30 seasons continues this week , as we share an incredible eTown episode in its entirety, from the 1998 show archives. Musical guests Emmylou Harris (joined by her talented friends, Buddy and Julie Miller) provides stellar, one-of-a-kind live performances, plus up close and personal conversation. Our other musical visiting…
 
Elmhurst Memorial Hospital President & CEO Pamela Dunley reports COVID inpatient counts are down and the Delta variant continues to be the likely cause of most 'breakthrough' COVID infections. She shares information about the proposed merger between EEHealth and NorthShore University Medical.By Richard Reichert
 
Elmhurst Memorial Hospital President & CEO Pamela Dunley and Medical Staff President Dr. Michelle Meziere share the latest facts on COVID, vaccines, boosters, the Delta variant, and current Hospital protocol. President Dunley addresses news reports of EEHealth and merger discussions.By Richard Reichert
 
An all-time classic eTown episode from 1997, featuring two great singer/songwriters, Iris DeMent and Cliff Eberhardt. Plus Nick speaks with our special Lifetime eChievement Award winner President Jimmy Carter about his continued work on behalf of those in need.By eTown
 
As COVID-19 continues its latest surge, Elmhurst Memorial Hospital President and CEO, Pamela Dunley, shares the latest local information on the Pandemic. Newly appointed Assistant Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer, Marcie Lafido, describes her duties and how the Hospital values the professional and personal development of its nursing staff. Bo…
 
Join us as we continue with eTown’s special 30th anniversary series, a "look back" group of shows serving up highlights from each of eTown’s 30 seasons of programs. This week, we feature part two ‘best of 1996’, as we revisit some of eTown’s favorite moments with musical guests Joan Armatrading, Taj Mahal, Tish Hinojosa, Leo Kottke, Tuck & Patti, S…
 
We continue with eTown’s special 30th anniversary series, sharing highlights from each of our 30 seasons of programs. This week, we feature Part One of a ‘best of’ potpourri of stellar moments from our 1996 season, with musical guests Keb’ Mo’, Steve Earle, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Kate MacKenzie, Del McCoury Band, Jorma Kaukonen, Jonathan Edwar…
 
Barenaked Ladies, one of Canada’s finest (and funniest!) bands, came to eTown for their very first visit in this especially fun and informative show from 1995; it’s so great, we couldn’t resist sharing in its entirety. Our other musical guest is ethereal singer/songwriter Doug Hoekstra. We’ll also hear from PETA co-founder Alex Pacheco who eloquent…
 
We continue with eTown’s special 30th anniversary series, sharing highlights from each of eTown’s 30 seasons of programs. This week, we feature some of the very best from 1995, with musical guests Patty Larkin, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Todd Snider, Queen Ida, Junior Brown, Tarika, Tim O’Brien and Jerry Douglas, Jules Shear, Ray Kāne and Bryan Bow…
 
As we continue to celebrate eTown’s 30 years on the air, we came across this particular episode from the archives that is just too rare to not share in its entirety. American musical icons/legends Pops Staples and Joan Baez share the eTown stage for a magical hour of conversation and song. Plus our eChievement Award story features an organization t…
 
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