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This blog is maintained by Paul and Susan Hartman, former editors of Dirty Linen, the magazine of folk and world music. A short history of Dirty Linen is here. You can contact us at dirtylinen@verizon.net. We cannot answer any questions about Dirty Linen subscriptions, accounts payable, or future plans for the magazine. Those questions should be directed to the publisher, Visionation: 866-702-7778, or via email office@dirtylinen.com or accounts@dirtylinen.com.

Paul still does a weekly radio show — Detour, the folk, roots and world music show — on WTMD in Baltimore, every Sunday 5-7PM Eastern Time. You can listen to the streaming live broadcast at WTMD or 89.7FM or via an iPhone, Blackberry, or Android app.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Michael
    Feb 21, 2011 @ 12:18:40

    What I miss about the Dirty Linen website is the calendar of world wide bluegrass , old time , and other festivals. While I did not make very many, It’s good to see whats goin’ on and fantisize about going to them. Plus the fact that it projected far into the future (year) so plans could be made.

    Is there a comparable website with such a complete calendar?

    Thanks,

    Michael

    Reply

    • nelsonhound
      Feb 21, 2011 @ 13:25:13

      Thanks for the comment. I’m glad the Gig Guide was useful, as it took me many many hours every month to collate the data.

      Have you looked at Musi-Cal?

      -paul

      Reply

  2. Donna Duffy
    Feb 28, 2011 @ 17:17:08

    i am looking for an address for EMI Records Group. I am looking for a copy of Johnny Duffy’s “Moods for 5 P.M. LRP 3031 My husband is the son of Johnny Duffy and we stumbled on to this cover for this album before it was produced. We would like to be able to purchase it somehow. Any infomation you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you in advance for any assistance you might be able to provide us.
    Mike and Donna Duffy
    dduffy@filertel.com
    mpduffy@filertel.com

    Reply

    • nelsonhound
      Feb 28, 2011 @ 18:30:14

      Driftwood Magazine has a record label address page. I don’t know if EMI is on it and I doubt they have any 1950’s-era LPs to sell. You’d probably be better off checking places like eBay and record collector sites.

      -paul

      Reply

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