friends and music resources:
is the non-commercial public radio service of the University of
Pennsylvania and a premier radio showcase for contemporary music
that spans the progressive edges of rock, folk, rhythm and blues,
and American roots.
- The Vin Scelsa Show and other archives
- Fordham Univ. Folk Friendly Radio
WUMB - eclectic radio from UMASS, Boston
Radio broadcast audio channels dedicated to folk, folk/pop
& folk/country music. With commercial-free, intelligent playlists,
they are a wonderful addition to the 'radio' spectrum. Tom is
heard on the playlists of both services: "XMSR Channel 15, "The
Village", and Sirius Channel 30, "The Coffee
House", and Channel 31, "Radio Margaritaville."
Club 47 Concerts - Tom's legendary concert
Bread & Roses -
provides free, live,
quality entertainment to people who live in institutions or are
otherwise isolated from society.
Homespun Tapes - Tom's video "How I Play (Some) of My Favorite Songs," is one of many music insgtruction offerings from this legendary Woodstock company.
BMI - The American
performing rights organization that represents more than 300,000
Friends of Folk Alliance
- fosters and promotes all kinds of folk music and related performing
Cooke - Rock 'n Folk: Musicians of the Sixties photos
- classic photos from the legendary tour photographer
Music - Jac Holzman's history of Elektra Records.
Great Folk Scare - Folk music historical site
Wirz's all-encompassing American music site, from Germany, is
a treasury of musician links
Index to the Internet - amazing folk music (and other) resources