As people who get excited about arbitrary numbers, we’re happy to share that Roots & Honey has now gotten airplay on 10 radio shows!
-“Music in the Air” on WWOV 101.1 in West Virginia -“Catskill’s Café” on WIOX 91.3 in New York -“Music You Can’t Hear on the Radio” on WPBR 103.3 in New Jersey -“Tue Am Mix” on WFHB 91.3 in Indiana -“Womenspace” on WFHB 91.3 in Indiana -Power Folk (Podcast) -Mostly Folk (Podcast) -“The I, the IV, and the V” on WJCU 88.7 in Ohio -“Folk Odyssey” on WIOX 91.3 in New York -Blues and Roots Radio (Podcast)
We might be pinned down by the pandemic, but the songs can travel!
Bill Golembeski of Folking.com wrote a fantastic and insightful review of Roots & Honey–check it out at https://folking.com/old-time-pharmaceuticals-roots-honey-own-label/. Alongside poetic commentary on Roots & Honey, Bill offers encyclopedic knowledge of the folk music world, and his review just might introduce you to multiple great bands!
We’re pleased as punch that the Unitarian Universalist Association has published one of our Celtic-style harvest songs, “So We Go,” in the online hymnal Worship Web: https://www.uua.org/worship/words/music/so-we-go.
On March 30, the “Rose of Ben Nishaere” was selected for one of four awards for Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting in the folk/Americana category of the Great American Song Contest. The judges also offered some excellent critiques of “Ramblin’ after Rain,” so look for an even better version of that piece shortly.