Glowing Reviews Are Pouring In For Marion's Debut Solo Album (July 2019)!

Glowing Reviews Are Pouring In For Marion's Debut Solo Album (July 2019)!



When I first discovered Marion and her music I was blown away by the song-writing and you will be too - Ron Olesko (WFDU 89.1 'Traditions' and Creator of “The Folk Music Notebook”-November 2018)  

Halliday and her band bring together their diverse talents to create an enticing blend of indie, folk, and bluegrass musical styles, with lush vocal harmonies over-top - John Gage (WFPK 91.9 P-Feb 2017)

This timeless tune [Rings Around Saturn] from Marion Halliday is beautifully sung and beautifully captured.. . It would be very easy to make comparisons to both The Staves and First Aid Kit at this point, but the truth is. . .  Marion doesn’t sound like either of them...It’s a delicate and thoughtful piece that showcases a tremendous, characterful vocal - Chris Porter July 2019, Stereo Stickman

Marion Halliday shows her talents in a traditional way, taking cues from her predecessors like Peter, Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Joan Baez and others that sought to use their musical talents to convey and communicate a new way of thinking, to bring a message of hope to those that felt hopeless. As in her song “Thoughts and Prayers” she tackles the highly emotionally charged issue of the unnecessary loss of life happening in our world, but not by pointing a finger of blame, but by extending her hand in love and understanding, her songs are miraculous, her voice is a new beacon of peace in this troublesome time. - Joe Timmons, July 2019, Indie Pulse Music 



radio & Podcasts

Marion is incredibly grateful to  ALL the DJs/Stations that have been playing her music and in particular the music of her debut full-length album RINGS AROUND SATURN.  Because of the invaluable support of the US/International Folk DJ community, the album landed at #3 on the international folk radio charts and garnered Marion the #3 artist spot in July 2019 (based on data compiled by Folk Alliance International for July 2019).

SEE THE BELOW LIST FOR DJs/STATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN PLAYING MARION'S MUSIC. DJs indicated in purple text, in addition to playing tracks from Marion's album, have had Marion on their shows to talk about her new music and also to play some tunes live.

*NOTE:  if you are a DJ who has been playing Marion's music and you are not listed here, please just let Marion know and she will be more than happy to include you and a link to your programming below! Also, if you want to invite Marion to appear on your programing to talk about her music and maybe play a song or two live, please reach out - she would love the opportunity to do so!

Stations PLaying Marion's Music

**LIST AO September 14, 2019** 

  • Dan Alloway (KTEP FM Folk Fury) 
  • Mike Alzo (WSLU Folk Show) 
  • Ken Batista (WYEP An American Sampler) 
  • Ray Baumler (A Variety of Folk WRUR) 
  • Arthur Berman (Pacific Pickin' CITR FM) 
  • Steve Brockway (KRFC The Folk Show) 
  • Taylor Caffery (WRKF 91.3 FM Hootenanny Power)
  • Bruce Cameron (2MCE FM Come All Ye) 
  • Jim Canales (WWSP 90 FM Acoustic Revival) 
  • Gavin CasterWCHQ 100.9 FM) 
  • Ron Cooke (Music They Don't Want You to Hear KTAL) 
  • Diane Crowe (WMCB Music of the People) 
  • Barbara & Graham Dean (WRPI Mostly Folk) 
  • Colin Fielding (31NR-FM Folk N Roots) 
  • Lance Fingles (Gashouse Radio) 
  • Jim Fischer (WGCS Acoustic Crossings) 
  • Wanda Fisher (Hudson River Sampler) 
  • Susan Forbes-Hansen (WWUH Sunday Folk Fest) 
  • Ann Fuller (Friends and Neighbors) 
  • Tom Funk (KGLP Green Chile Revival) 
  • John Gage (Kentucky Homefront WFPK 91.9 FM) 
  • Gerry Goodfriend (CKUT-FM Folk Directions)
  • Richard Gordon (WRCT WVUD Whiskey Before Breakfast) 
  • Friedrich Hog (Nahkastchen Radio Free FM)
  • Alan Hossack (Jock's Celtic Calamity)
  • Richard Howard (KZMU Amarillo Highway)
  • Craig Huegel (WMNF The Waking Hours)
  • Diane Hunt (KBOO Early Morning Gumbo)
  • Christina Joesph (WSPN Skidmore) 
  • Michael Kane (WBRS Off the Beaten Path0
  • Sue Kessel (WNUR Folk Show) 
  •   Chris Koccher (WHRW The Signal) 
  • Juergen Kramer ( 
  • Jim Marino (CFMU FM Free Wheelin' Show) 
  • Artie Martello King Hammer (Mostly Folk, Power Folk WICX 91.3 FM) 
  • Ed Melnik (KBOO MondaySampler) 
  • Art Menius (WCOM Carrboro, The Revolution Starts Now) 
  • Mark Michaelis (WGDR The Point FM) 
  • Ken Nagelberg (WHYR Its For Folks)
  • Ray Naylor (Philly Folk Scene WPPM) 
  • Mara Noelle (Click Your Heels Together, KMVR) 
  • Ron Olesko (WFDU 89.1 FM; Folk Notebook) 
  • Eddie O'Strange (Wellington Access Radio - Town & Country) 
  • Mitch/Rene Park (Radio Kidnappers)
  • Mark Pedersen (WOJB 88.9 Folkways)
  • ​​​​John Platt (WFUV Sunday Sampler)
  • Robin Pressman (KRSH FM The Sunday Muse)
  • Greg Priddy (WJCU Acoustic Roots)
  • Joe Pszonek (Joltin Joe's Internet Radio for Eclectic Tastes)
  • Bill Revill (WESU 88.1 FM Acoustic Blender)
  • Marc Rogers (93.7 WSTW Hometown Heroes)
  • John Rumsey (KVMR FM Four Strong Winds)
  • Gary Sampson (WCHQ-Program Mgr)
  • David Sears (WBGU Folk & World Music)
  • Jim Sereda (The Spin Zone WUSB Stony Brook 107.3 & 90.1FM)
  • John Sillberg (CKOL Radio WTBQ)
  • Jon Stein (Hootenanny Cafe)
  • Michael Stock (WLRN Folk & Acoustic)
  • Bruce Swan (WPKN Songs My Mother Would Not Like)
  • Brenda Taxcik (CJTR Deeper Well)
  • Carolyn VandeWeile (WFHB Tuesday Morning Mix)
  • Menachem Vinegrad (Radio Upper Gailee FM)
  • Rich Warren (WFMT Midnight Special) *Rich's Pick for weeks of July 28,  August 16, and September 8)
  • Bob Weiser (WFMR FM 7 WOMR FM The Old Songs Home)
  • Jimmie Wilson (WRUW The Music Gallery)
  • Ian Zolitor (WXPN Folk Show)