Demon Rum! Songs of Temperance & Prohibition

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the Prohibition experiment, and Lost Radio Rounders mark the occasion with "Demon Rum!"  Our latest program features musical arguments from both sides of the bar. You may hear "Rye Whiskey," "Marching Through Rum Land,"

Greenback Dollar

Songs about money! Earning it, winning it, inheriting it, gambling it, being taxed on it, and losing it. "We're In The Money'" "If You Ain't Got the Do-Re-Mi," "How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live" and many…

Travelin' with Lost Radio Rounders

From California to the New York island... troubadours have always been full of songs about wondrous places and ways to get there. You'll be "King of the Road" on the "Wabash Cannonball', visit "The Red River Valley" and sail…

Love Struck!

Love gone right, love gone wrong, and love gone hilarious! The sentimental Civil War ballad "Aura Lee" was the basis for the Elvis hit "Love Me Tender." Hank William's straightforward "Hey Good Looking" leaves nothing to chance, and Stephen Foster's…

Fur, Feathers & Fins: Animals in Song

Wild animals, farm animals, animals that talk, animals that dance, and that's just the start of it. You may hear the old Burl Ives favorite "The Fox," the children's classic "Froggy Went A-Courting" or "Go Tell Aunt Rhody." This one…

Cowboy Songs & Frontier Ballads

The American West both real and imagined. This great program features genuine cowboy classics like "Home on the Range" and "Streets of Laredo," and a few Hollywood cowboy favorites like "Back in the Saddle Again" and "Don't Fence Me In."

Songs of Our Empire State

New York is so much more than just a Big Apple. Explore our great history by going whaling with "The Montaukers," fighting Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne at "The Battle of Saratoga," and taking a trip to Buffalo on "The Erie Canal."

Blue Collar Blues

From "John Henry" working on the Big Bend Tunnel, to the cowboys "On the Trail to Mexico," and the lumberjacks breaking "The Jam on Gerry's Rocks," these larger than life characters helped build a nation and were immortalized in song…

Lincoln and Liberty

A selection of spirituals, abolitionist anthems, Stephen Foster classics, parlor songs and battle songs of North & South. The Albany Times Union says the show features the music “Abraham Lincoln would have had on his iPod.” Selections range from the…

Campfire Songs & Sing-Alongs

Your group will be singing, stomping and clapping to familiar old favorites such as “Skip To My Lou,” “Michael, Row the Boat Ashore,” “My Darling Clementine” and “You Are My Sunshine.” Great musical fun for "kids" of all ages!


The Home of the Brave

Honor our nation’s defenders with songs from the Revolutionary War to WWII. Patriotic tunes, parodies, battle music and home front favorites like “Yankee Doodle,” “Army Life,” “Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier” and “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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The Folk Songs of North America

Alan Lomax’s landmark 1960 collection has long been a great inspiration to Lost Radio Rounders (and just about every other folksinger, too!). We dig deep into this treasure trove of work songs, play songs, love songs and classic ballads. “Tom