Live from Takoma Park, Maryland
KFJC × The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose
KFJC's Remote Broadcast Crew traveled to Takoma Park, Maryland to broadcast the Thousand Incarnations of the Rose festival of American Primitive Guitar.
The broadcast started around 4:30pm PST on Thursday April 12th from venues around Takoma Park, and ran through Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The festival mostly featured finger picking solo guitarists performing their own incarnations of a sound pioneered by John Fahey more than five decades ago.
Sunday, 5:50PM PST - Peter Lang
Sunday, 3:50PM PST - Harry Taussig
Sunday, 3:00PM PST - Rich Osborn
Sunday, 1:30PM PST - Isasa
Sunday, 12:50PM PST - Nathan Bowles
Sunday, 11:50AM PST - Daniel Bachman
Sunday, 11:00AM PST - Itasca (Kayla Cohen)
Saturday, 7:35PM PST - Marisa Anderson
Saturday, 6:45PM PST - George Stavis
Saturday, 5:30PM PST - Glenn Jones
Saturday, 3:30PM PST - Willie Lane
Saturday, 2:30PM PST - Sarah Louise
Saturday, 8:30AM PST - Nick Schillace
Friday, 11:20PM PST - Chuck Johnson
Friday, 7:40PM PST - Alexander Turnquist
Friday, 5:20PM PST - Max Ochs
Bluesy folk songs from finger-style guitarist, Max Ochs.
Friday, 4:30PM PST - Will Csorba and The Fossil Lickers
Will Csorba and The Fossil Lickers bring instrumental bluegrass to Takoma Park from Houston Texas.
Friday, 3:30PM PST - Rob Noyes
With a twelve-string guitar in hand, Rob Noyes shares his take on the American Primitive Guitar sound.
Thursday, 5:55PM PST - Wall Matthews & The Entourage Music And Theatre Ensemble
For the first time in 40 years Wall Matthews, a founding member of The Entourage Music And Theatre Ensemble, returns to play.
Thursday, 5:09PM PST - Gwenifer Raymond
Visiting from Brighton, England, Gwenifer Raymond plays finger-style guitar and banjo.
A short history of KFJC live remote broadcasts
KFJC has been conducting live remote broadcasts from outside of the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 20 years. KFJC's first out-of-state broadcast was from SXSW in Austin (1994) and the station's first international live remote was from Brixton, England in 1996. In 2000, KFJC volunteers traveled to Dunedin, New Zealand to broadcast 6 nights of live music from the Otago Festival of the Arts.
The station's next international live remote was from Tokyo, Japan in 2008. For that event, KFJC also transmitted its first-ever live four-camera video stream. Additional live broadcasts with video include: Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia (Liverpool, England in 2014 and 2017), Eindhoven Psych Lab (Eindhoven, The Netherlands in 2015, 2016), Surfer Joe Summer Festival (Livorno, Italy in 2016), and Live from the Icelandic Underground (Reykjavik, Iceland in 2017).