Best reason to drive around in your car on a Saturday morning: KDVS' The Saturday Morning Folk Show

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It’s Saturday, you’re up early and you’ve got stuff to do—garage sales, the farmers market, maybe brunch. If you’re car-bound (no judgments), then tune your radio dial to The Saturday Morning Folk Show on KDVS 90.3 FM. Hosted by Robyne Fawx and Bill Wagman, this weekly three-hour show may be billed under the “folk” umbrella, but its musical offerings run wide and deep. In addition to traditional and contemporary folk, there’s also Celtic, bluegrass, Americana and good ol’ fashioned country-western. Artists encompass the familiar (the Wailin’ Jennys, Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys), the more obscure (Honeycutters, Neptune’s Car) and pretty much everything in between. 9 a.m. to noon,