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Jalopy Records New Seven Inch Subsrciption Series Available on Kickstarter now!
American Jug Band Songs Old and New by The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues
American Songs with Fiddle and Banjo by Pat Conte
The Whiskey Spitters
The Brooklyn Folk Festival
Best of the Brooklyn Folk Festival: 2013 by Jerron "Blindboy" Paxton
Brotherhood of the Jugband Blues
Pat Conte
Jalopy Records is the in-house record label for the Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, located in Redhook, Brooklyn, NY. The Jalopy Theatre is a grassroots community music venue and cultural center dedicated to folk music from the United States and around the world. Through its record label, the Jalopy Theatre seeks to make available to the public LPs, CDs, cassette tapes and digital downloads of the best contemporary and historic performers in the folk music field.
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Down Home Radio Show -Wednesdays 5pm to 7pm-Down Home Radio Is A Hardcore, Unreconstructed, Paleo-acoustic, Folk Music Program..
Sasquash Power Hour -Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm- Mike Hickerson's wander through music
John's Old Time Radio Show -Wednesdays 3pm to 5pm-Listen To John Heneghan play and talk about 78 rpm records from his collection. Each episode features a different theme and style and some will feature special guests playing records from their collections.
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Roots & Ruckus Live Stream -Wednesdays 9pm to 12:30am-a variety of touring and local acts streamed live from the stage at The Jalopy Theatre. Curated by Feral Foster. 
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