Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour: Joel Mabus By Sid Shroyer • Jan 8, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email January 8, 2018, Featuring Joel Mabus In this episode, we welcome southern Illinois native Joel Mabus, a veteran of the working artist music scene, and Bloomington's John Williams, who returns to his boyhood home of Plymouth, Indiana. Listen Listening... / 21:06 George welcomes Joel Mabus, who talks about "guitars made out of iron" and plays, "The Naked Truth." Listen Listening... / 17:36 "Gravity" brings Bloomington's John Williams down from the hills to his boyhood home and two audience members play "Shoot The Moon." Listen Listening... / 18:15 Joel Mabus returns with "The Hillbilly Singer" and how the "crystal of an idea grows a song," Tags: Wild Rose Moon Radio HourTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Home Grown Goodies: WRM Radio Hour 4 By Tony Krabill • Jun 5, 2017 It's hometown week on the Radio Hour, featuring some of the great folks who make the Moon glow. Join us this time to find out what the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is all about. July: Stampede String Band August: Society of Broken Souls. Episode 5 with The Stampede String Band By Tony Krabill • Jul 3, 2017 July 2017. Plymouth, Indiana. Host George Schricker welcomes The Stampede String Band, Hannah Livengood, Jim Bowen, and Cindy Davis for songs, a poem, a story, some conversation and a sing-along. Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour with Society of Lost Souls By Tony Krabill • Aug 7, 2017 August 2017, recorded live in Plymouth, Indiana, Host George Schricker, with Society of Broken Souls, Jim Yocum, and Music Director John Bahler. Sound by Nate Butler .