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This week Emily features tracks by Mark Knopfler, Taj Mahal, Red Molly, Nancy Griffith, Lyle Lovett, Willie Nelson, Eva Cassidy, Greg Brown, and more.

Emily presents songs about springtime, blooming flowers and birds, featuring Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Hartford, the Youngbloods, Slaid Cleaves, Nickel Creek, and more.

Tonight Emily features Mark O'Connor, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Hartford, Chuck Prophet, Alison Krauss, Willis Alan Ramsey, and more.

Tonight, Emily features tracks by Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Greg Brown & Bill Morrisey, Sarah Harmer, and Brian Wicklund & Ben Winship.

Featured tonight, area singer-songwriter Barak Hill (who played KSMU's "Studio Live" recently)--he'll be hosting a songwriter's circle at Lindberg's on Mar.30. Also: Big Smith; John Prine; Slaid Cleaves; and Peter Rowan.

A show for St.Paddy's Day, with tracks by Loreena McKennitt, Mary Black, John Whelen, Eva Cassidy, Nickel Creek, Tim O'Brien & Hot Rize, and more.

Tonight Emily features Ralph McTell; the Court Yard Hounds; the Duhks; Dar Williams; Cat Stevens; Lucinda Williams; Ray LaMontagne; and more.

Tonight, tracks from local musician Lyal Strickland's new CD "Balanced on Barbed Wire," and songs from Robert Earl Keen, who plays at the Gillioz Theatre on March 6. Also tonight: Lyle Lovett; Richard Shindell; and Wil Maring.

Tonight, tracks from local musician Lyal Strickland's new CD "Balanced on Barbed Wire," and songs from Robert Earl Keen, who plays at the Gillioz Theatre on March 6. Also tonight: Lyle Lovett; Richard Shindell; and Wil Maring.

Emily celebrates the birthday of her late father Bart Higgins with one of his favorite songs, "Moon River", and one of his favorite singers, Linda Ronstadt. Also tonight: George Harrison; Robert Earl Keen; Old Crow Medicine Show; Kane's River; and more.

Emily features tracks by James Taylor, Eliza Gilkyson, Jakob Dylan, AJ Croce, Rain Perry, Indigo Girls, and more.

This week, Emily features all local and regional singer-songwriters, including the Ozark Mountain Daredevils and its various members; also, Lyal Strickland; David Wilson and "Privates by Choice"; Bella Donna; Ira Edelman; and more.

Dar Williams starts out February with a song called... "February." Also tonight: Robert Earl Keen; Brewer & Shipley; Paul Simon; Eastmountainsouth; and Jay Ungar & Molly Mason.

Featured this week: Donovan; Eric Andeson; Tom Paxton; Eliza Gilkyson; Neil Young; the Be Good Tanyas; Nick Drake; Greg Brown; Richard Shindell.

Emily's theme this week encompasses eagles, flying and wings, with songs by Dolly Parton, John Denver, the Alan Parsons Project, Merle Haggard, Townes Van Zandt, Gillian Welch, and others.

This week Emily features regional musicians Rob Boyle and Noah Earle, along with k.d. lang, Bob Dylan, Greg Brown, Tom Paxton, and more.

Artists this week include Jakob Dylan, Richard Thompson, Show of Hands, Judy Collins, John Hartford,Levon Helm, and James Taylor.

Emily welcomes the coming New Year with Slaid Cleaves, Tracy Chapmana, John Prine, Mary McCaslin, James Taylor, Jerry Douglas, and more.

Emily's Christmas-week show includes selections by Mark Knopfler, Yo-Yo Ma and friends, John Prine, Chris Thile, and chart-topping songs about peace from the early '70s by George Harrison and Cat Stevens.

This week Emily features Show of Hands, Kim Richardson, Lyle Lovett, Holly Williams, Jack Wesley Routh, John Gorka and more.

This week, a visit to the 1960s with Jefferson Airplane's acoustic song "Come Back to Me" and tracks by Jimmie Spheeris and David Crosby. Also: the Court Yard Hounds, Eliza Gilkyson, Louise Taylor, Kenny White, and more.

Emily features songs by Greg Brown, Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Lennon, Emmylou Harris, Shelby Lynne, Buddy Miller, Will White, and more.

For Thanksgiving weekend Emily plays songs about enjoying time with family, friends, loved ones... and other things you're thankful for. Artists include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Patty Griffin, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, John Higgins, and more.

This week Emily features tracks from "Will the Circle Be Unbroken III"; "Trio II" (Dolly Parton/Emmylou Harris/Linda Ronstadt); "Best of the Youngbloods;" and music by Richard Shindell, Tuck & Patti, and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.