Monday, February 26, 2007

Taylor Caffery: NPR folk dj in Baton Rouge and blogger at the classic hootenannypower.com

Taylor Caffery, former Shreveporter with regional roots, is a program host and producer for WRKF public radio, 89.3FM, Baton Rouge.

He is an attorney who was born in New Orleans, where he says he once sold American flags door-to-door. He has been a Navy radioman, a college newspaper editor, and a bread truck driver, according to his bio at WKRF. His B.S. degree in economics is from Centenary College, his J.D. is from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, and he has attended the intensive American Bar Association Family Law Advocacy Institute.

He is a member of the North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance, and is a radio partner of Sing Out! Magazine. He also sits on the board of the American Lung Association of Louisiana.

Every Saturday Caffery presents folk & international music on HootenannyPower from 9 pm to 12 midnight on Baton Rouge public radio. His Hootenannypower.com blog is clean and classy.

Say hello to the lad at taylor@wrkf.org.

1 comment:

tlcaffery said...

I am old now. I wander the house all night wondering why "My Little Margie" isn't on tv anymore. And whatever happened to Trout Fishing In America playing at the Rusty Nail instead of those Revel crowds? Memories.

Taylor