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Featured tonight: John Fogarty; Poco; Matraca Berg; Emmylou Harris; Cheryl Wheeler; and Art Garfunkel.

Emily addresses two subjects tonight: Halloween, with songs by the Wailin' Jennys, Bob Dylan, Alison Krauss and the Indigo Girls; and the season of autumn, with songs by Dan Fogelberg, Eva Cassidy, Neil Young, and the Gallier Brothers.

This week Emily features Mark Knopfler and James Taylor, along with Simon and Garfunkel, the Beatles, Big Smith, Hilary Scott, Doug Smith, and more.

Featured this week: John Prine, Brewer and Shipley, Warren Zevon, Gloria Attoun, Lyal Strickland, the Lansfords, Dee Carstensen, John Lowell, Bull Harmon, and the South Austin Jug Band.

Featured this week: Jimmy Webb, Arlo Guthrie, Edgar Meyer & Yo-Yo Ma with friends, Paul McCartney, Cris Williamson, John Gorka, Levon Helm, and more.

There's a full moon tonight, Sept.30, and Emily acknowledges it with songs by Peter Bradley Adams, Jonathan Edwards, Kate Wolf, and Tommy Emmanuel. Also: songs in which musicians talk of "eyes" by Willie Nelson, Tish Hinojosa, and Tim O'Brien.

In response to what she calls the "ugliness" of the election season, Emily offers "an hour of music where every single song speaks of the word 'beautiful.'"

This week Emily has selected songs about colors--white, blue, red and green--by Rocky Votolato, Carly Simon, Nanci Griffith, Arlo Guthrie, and more.

This week, Emily has selected songs dealing with rain by Dar Williams, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, James Taylor, CCR, Willie Nelson, Cindy Novello and more.

Emily's Labor Day show includes both work songs and "lazy" songs, along with tracks by Buddy Mondlock, k.d.lang, and even Hoagy Carmichael.

Emily features two songs each by every musician tonight: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jack Williams, Laurie Lewis, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, and Jimmy LaFave.

Tonight's show features a "retro" set with the Byrds, Dylan, CSNY and the Atlanta Rhythm Section. Also: Eliza Gilkyson, the Notting Hillbillies, and Mark Knopfler working with Emmylou Harris and Chet Atkins.

This week, Emily pays tribute to the late singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt... you'll hear Van Zandt himself on two numbers, and covers of his songs performed by Guy Clark, Gravitational Forces, Nanci Griffith, Peter Rowan, Richard Shindell, and more.

This week Emily showcases songs produced by Grammy and Oscar-winning producer T-Bone Burnett. Performers include Jeff Bridges, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Jakob Dylan, and more.

Female harmony opens the show, with the Wailin' Jennys, Red Molly, and the trio of Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris. Also: Neil Young's classic "Harvest" album; Lyle Lovett; Mary lack; Shawn Colvin; and Dorian Michael.

Tonight, new music from the duo The Civil Wars and Rufus Wainwright. Also, tracks by the late Doc Watson, Johnny Cash, James Taylor, the McGarrigle Sisters, Rita and Priscilla Coolidge, Bonnie Raitt, and more.

Emily celebrates the legacy of the late Levon Helm, in conversations with various musicians including her brother, songwriter/musician John Higgins, and various former and current members of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils.

Legendary folk-rock singer/songwriter Melanie performs at the Aud in Eureka Springs on July 12, and Emily interviewed her by phone about that performance. We'll hear music from Melanie's new CD, as well as summertime songs by the Wailin' Jennys and Townes van Zandt.

Emily salutes the 4th of July with music by Crosby and Nash, Pete Seeger, Simon and Garfunkel, Robert Earl Keen and more. And she has a talk with musicians David Wilson, Jerry Williams and Ken Baldwin about their CD "Hardtack and Saddlesores," a collection of mostly original songs about the Civil War.

Featured this week: local and regional musicians including the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Brother Wiley, Austin Terry and Lyal Strickland. Also: covers of songs written by Kevin Faherty.

For Father's Day, Emily features fathers and sons Bob and Jakob Dylan, Jim and AJ Croce, John and Jamie Hartford, and Leon and Eric Bibb. Also, classics from Crosby Stills & Nash, Judy Collins, Cat Stevens, Linda Ronstadt and more.

This week Emily pays tribute to the late Keith Summers, who guest-hosted/co-hosted this show several times, by recreating Keith's playlist from the June 20, 2010 show. Artists include Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Emmylou Harris and John Prine.

This week, Emily features classic tracks by Stephen Stills, the Mamas and the Papas, Joni Mitchell, and Tom Waits. Also: Leslie Ritter & Scott Petito; John Dodge; Vance Gilbert; and Eliza Gilkyson.

Emily's Memorial Day show features Hilary Scott & Wes Wingate; Chris Smither; Shawn Colvin; Alison Kraus; and more.