Acoustic Cafe


Acoustic Café is an independent, syndicated radio program, produced in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Started in 1995, Acoustic Café presents singer-songwriters in various genres, playing songs in the Acoustic Café studio and chatting with host Rob Reinhart. A selection of current and past recorded material (on CDs) is also a part of each weekly program. Over the years Acoustic Cafe has presented artists including John Prine, John Mayer, M Ward, Emmylou Harris, Beck, Tori Amos and Ani DiFranco (whose Million Dollar Intro is the music played at the program's opening and closing). New, up-and-coming talent remains a constant of Acoustic Cafe's mission. Acoustic Café can be heard on commercial and non-commercial radio stations around North America, and worldwide on Voice Of America. Web broadcasts and a streaming archive are also widely available on the net. In 2009, Acoustic Cafe began producing short films of their in-studio guest visits which can be viewed through their Facebook fan page. These films are being produced by Lucciana Costa for Costa Productions of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Acoustic Cafe Amphitheater is an annual music festival put on by Steve Masterson over Memorial Day weekend in northern Alabama. The Acoustic Cafe has been taking place since 1996 and artists who have performed there include John Hartford, Doc Watson, Sam Bush, Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Vassar Clements, Dread Clampitt, Norman Blake, Edgar Meyer, Mike Marshall, Brennen Leigh, The Red Stick ...

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