Virtual Venues

Joe Filisko & Eric Noden present Music & Conversation May 6 (8pm CST)Joe and Eric trade tunes, talk to friends and fans and dig into the video archives This Show will be recorded and all ticket holders will be able to view the show for 7 days after the live broadcast.
Joe Filisko & Eric Noden present Music & Conversation with Del Rey May 20 (1:30pm CST)Joe and Eric welcome West Coast guitar and ukulele virtuoso Del Rey to the show. They’ll talk about Del’s new album, making music in current times and more. They’ll trade tunes and stories for the better part of an hour. This Show will be recorded and all ticket holders will be able to view the show for 7 days after the live broadcast “Del Rey, who plays a syncopated style of guitar based on prewar blues and barrelhouse piano traditions, is one of the best fingerpickers of this or any generation. “ Ian Zack, Acoustic Guitar
Joe Filisko & Eric Noden present Music & Conversation May 27 (1:30pm CST)Joe and Eric will be live and on the air together!
June 3, FREE Concert for the People with Joe Filisko & Eric Noden (8:30pm CST)Hey, it’s time for another free Concert for the People with Joe Filisko & Eric Noden. Just register with your email address to reserve a ticket. This Show will be recorded and all ticket holders will be able to view the show for 7 days after the live broadcast.
June 17, Phil Wiggins and Matt Kelley on Music and Conversation with Joe Filisko and Eric Noden June 17 (2:30pm EST 1:30pm CST)June 17, Phil Wiggins and Matt Kelley on Music and Conversation with Joe Filisko and Eric Noden June 17 (2:30pm EST 1:30pm CST)Joe and Eric talk and trade tunes and stories with NEA National Heritage Fellow Phil Wiggins and Chesapeake Sheiks guitarist Matt Kelley. This Show will be recorded and all ticket holders will be able to view the show for 7 days after the live broadcast PHIL WIGGINS is a versatile traditional harmonica player, continuing the Piedmont blues tradition, a gentle and melodic blues style of the mid-Atlantic region. He plays the diatonic ten-hole harmonica in the country blues style, cupping both hands around the instrument and playing acoustically. His sound is not shaped by the gear, the microphone or amplifier when performing on stage, instead by his complex syncopated patterns, breath-control and rhythm, stylistic virtuosity and fiery solo runs.