Where is American roots?

Where is American roots?

American Roots is in Westbrook, Maine.

Is there an American routes podcast?

American Routes | Listen to Podcasts On Demand Free | TuneIn.

Who hosts American routes?

Nick Spitzer
Nick Spitzer, the producer and host of American Routes, is a folklorist and a professor of anthropology and American studies at Tulane University. Nick specializes in American music and the cultures of the Gulf South, and received a Ph.

What is American roots music?

Roots music is a broad category of music including bluegrass, gospel, old time music, jug bands, Appalachian folk, blues, Cajun and Native American music. It is considered “roots music” because it served as the basis of music later developed in the United States, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and jazz.

What is playing on WXPN right now?

XPN Playlist for 11-04-2021

  • 02:48 pm |World Cafe| – World Cafe 30th Anniversary Special #4 11-4-2021 Hour 1, Part 7.
  • 01:15 pm Billy Idol – Bitter Taste.
  • 12:08 pm Sunflower Bean – Baby Don’t Cry.
  • 11:11 am Spoon – The Hardest Cut.
  • 10:12 am Great Time – 80z Slo Jam.
  • 09:05 am Nils Lofgren – I Came To Dance.

Who is the host of American Roots Radio?

As of April 2018: Nick Spitzer – Host and Producer. Mary Beth Kirchner – Founding Executive Producer.

What countries influenced American music?

The music of the United States reflects the country’s pluri-ethnic population through a diverse array of styles. It is a mixture of music influenced by the music of the United Kingdom, West Africa, Ireland, Latin America, and mainland Europe, among other places.

What influenced American music?

Even since the ragtime and minstrel songs of the 19th century, African Americans have greatly influenced American popular music. The rural blues of poor black Southerners and the jazz of black urbanites were among the earliest styles of American popular music.

Is WXPN part of NPR?

WXPN produces World Cafe, a music program distributed by NPR to many non-commercial stations in the United States. The station’s call sign, which is often abbreviated to XPN, stands for “Experimental Pennsylvania Network”….WXPN.

Website www.xpn.org