On Wednesday September 22nd from 8pm to 2pm ET, we will be working on upgrades to the servers that operate our channel. This could result in temporary disruption of our broadcasts.
We are working to improve the quality of our broadcasts and improving our service to you.
Thank you for your patience and your support.
Folk Music Notebook could use your help to keep broadcasting. During this Covid 19 pandemic, our advertisers are struggling to survive and our revenue stream is on hold. Your tips will help us to continue to operate.
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(tips are not tax deductible)
Click the button below to download our FREE app on your Apple iOS device
Click the button below to download our FREE app on your Android device -
Download the FREE Alexa skill on your Amazon Alexa device and just say "Alexa, play Folk Music Notebook".
To open the player in a separate browser window, click on the upper right hand corner of the above player.
To stream through your own player (including BOSE SOUNDTOUCH and SONOS ), please use this URL:
For Bose users, go to settings and there is an option for "Stream Custom Radio URL"
For Sonos users, select "Manage" and the "Add Radio Station"
If the above URL does not work for your device or others such as iTunes or Windows Media player,
please contact Ron@FolkMusicNotebook.com)
Are you an Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, or Android TV user?
You can listen in through our feed on those devices through radio.net.
You can also tune in Folk Music Notebook through a number of 3rd party apps
Apple users can ask Siri to "play Folk Music Notebook"
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If you are experiencing any issues with our audio stream, please let us know. If your audio drops out or other quality issues with our stream, please write to Ron@FolkMusicNotebook.com to describe the problem. Please let us know how you are tuning in - what app or website you are listening from and also include what device you use - computer, Mac, iPhone or other listening device. If you can provide your IP address that would be helpful for us to trace any issue you might have. We are always trying to improve our service to you and will be happy to troubleshoot any issue you might be experiencing.
Each weekend you can catch performances from outstanding artists on Folk Music Notebook's Artist in Residence Showcase. Sharing sets from their homes and other locations, the series will introduce you to new artists as well as old friends.
In addition to our audio broadcasts on Folk Music Notebook, many artists offer video performances that premier on the Folk Music Notebook YouTube page. Here are some recent examples.
Artists interested in being part of the series can contact Ron Olesko - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirsten Manville performs on Folk Music Notebook's "Artist -in-Residence Showcase". First broadcast on September 17, 2021. To learn more about Kirsten, please visit her website at www.kirstenmanville.com.
Amanda Rose Riley performs on Folk Music Notebook's "Artist -in-Residence Showcase". First broadcast on July 9, 2021. To learn more about Amanda, please visit her website at www.amandaroseriley.com
Michael R.J. Roth performs on Folk Music Notebook's "Artist -in-Residence Showcase". First broadcast on July 2, 2021. To learn more about Michael, visit his website at www.easyheroes.com
After receiving numerous requests, we are pleased to offer exclusive FOLK MUSIC NOTEBOOK merchandise! T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, tank tops and more!
PLUS, we also offer mugs so you can enjoy a cup with us as you listen to the finest folk on the Internet.
Do you listen on the go with a phone app? We've got you covered, literally! Folk Music Notebook Face Masks are now available!
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The Folk Music Notebook is an Internet radio station showcasing Folk Music 24/7 – grassroots music presented by veteran broadcaster Ron Olesko
The channel has become a hub for the contemporary folk music community – blending the familiar with the yet to be discovered.
Folk music is a living tradition, obliterating the myth that folk songs only encompass dusty centuries old tunes that have been played the same way forever. Folk music is constantly growing – embracing old traditions and creating new ones.
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