For over 30 years, Atlantic Weekly Part Ihas been providing listeners with a Saturday morning wake up call of acoustic music. From contemporary singer-songwriters and Americana to the bedrock traditions of bluegrass and old-time string bands, we will have you singing and dancing around the kitchen during your first cup of coffee. Tune in and explore the insightful lyrics and musical diversity that can be found only outside the limits of commercial radio. That's Atlantic Weekly Part I heard each Saturday morning from 8-10.
Paul loves a good story, true or not so true, and music that you can feel first. He started listening to bluegrass and obscure country music on WAMU (out of Washington, D.C) in high school and having a long list of favorite radio personalities, joined WMUC as a bluegrass/country/alt-country disc jockey in college. At WMUC he was also the folk music director and station record librarian (filing and reorganizing over 40,000 records). Amassing a collection of early country, jazz and blues recordings along the way, he joined WTJU in 2010 and is the current host of Leftover Biscuits.