Live Concert Broadcast and Webcast Fridays At Noon
From NPR Music and WXPN, hear a live mix of roots rock, folk, country and more.
There will be no Free at Noon show Friday, July 24 due to the XPoNential Music Festival.
July 31, 2009
Mindy Smith at the World Cafe Live
Singer-songwriter Mindy Smith's 2004 debut, One Moment More, sold more than 280,000 copies and included the hit "Come to Jesus." Smith also covered "Jolene" on a Dolly Parton tribute album in '03. A native New Yorker, Smith now resides in Nashville.
Smith's latest album, Stupid Love, is due out on August 11. Smith's music brings the best elements of folk, country, and rock together. Her music is emotionally raw, unabashedly covering the spectrum of emotions, often over the course of a song.
Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities
When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!
WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:
Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...
WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!