Caption: Producer Joe Bevilacqua at Kerrville, Credit: Lorie Kellogg
Image by: Lorie Kellogg 
Producer Joe Bevilacqua at Kerrville 

Tales from the Kerrville Folk Festival

From: Joe Bevilacqua
Series: Joe Bevilacqua Documentaries
Length: 01:44:58

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A one hour documentary, a 9-minute "All Things Considered" feature and ten short modules about the longest running open air festival in the country, happening May 21 - June 7, 2009.

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The 2009 KERRVILLE FOLK FESTIVAL runs May 21 - June 7, 2009.

 

A great time to air this timeless documentary and modules about it!

 

Included here is the 9-minute "All Things Considered" feature on the 30th anniversary of the festival in 2001, ten short modules, and a one hour documentary.

 

The modules are as follows:

 

  1. KERRVERT (3:34) – The special language of Kerrville.

  2. CAMPING WITH CHRIST (3:25) Secular humor at the festival.

  3. ARAM JAM (3:21) Folk-jazz artist David Amram merges genres.

  4. BILL & VERN (3:22) How one newcomer got “kerrverted.”

  5. THE MAGIC OF KERRVILLE (3:50) What makes the festival so special.

  6. 6. KAMP CUISINE (3:23) Feeding the musicians.

  7. THE GEOGRAPHY PF KERRVILLE (4:03) Texpert Howie Richey tours the festival landscape.

  8. VOLUNTEERS (3:38) Three personal stories of Kerrville.

  9. CAMP COOKING (3:09) A reading from the book “Hot Jams and Cold Showers.

  10. SONG CIRCLES (4:15) Music around the camp fire at 3:00 am.


For more info., go to http://www.kerrvillefolkfestival.com/ and http://www.joebev.com.

There are photos from the production of the documentary that you can use on your website at:

http://www.comedyorama.com/joe/joe-kerrville.htm.

 

 

 

 

Piece Description


The 2009 KERRVILLE FOLK FESTIVAL runs May 21 - June 7, 2009.

 

A great time to air this timeless documentary and modules about it!

 

Included here is the 9-minute "All Things Considered" feature on the 30th anniversary of the festival in 2001, ten short modules, and a one hour documentary.

 

The modules are as follows:

 

  1. KERRVERT (3:34) – The special language of Kerrville.

  2. CAMPING WITH CHRIST (3:25) Secular humor at the festival.

  3. ARAM JAM (3:21) Folk-jazz artist David Amram merges genres.

  4. BILL & VERN (3:22) How one newcomer got “kerrverted.”

  5. THE MAGIC OF KERRVILLE (3:50) What makes the festival so special.

  6. 6. KAMP CUISINE (3:23) Feeding the musicians.

  7. THE GEOGRAPHY PF KERRVILLE (4:03) Texpert Howie Richey tours the festival landscape.

  8. VOLUNTEERS (3:38) Three personal stories of Kerrville.

  9. CAMP COOKING (3:09) A reading from the book “Hot Jams and Cold Showers.

  10. SONG CIRCLES (4:15) Music around the camp fire at 3:00 am.


For more info., go to http://www.kerrvillefolkfestival.com/ and http://www.joebev.com.

There are photos from the production of the documentary that you can use on your website at:

http://www.comedyorama.com/joe/joe-kerrville.htm.

 

 

 

 

Broadcast History

Aired on KUT in Austin, NPR nationwide, 2001

Timing and Cues

Self-contained

Related Website

http://www.joebev.com