Trout Fishing In America In Concert Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet perform folk music for children and parents. They bring their family fun to WXPN at noon ET for a Live Fridays show on the World Cafe Live stage.
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Trout Fishing In America In Concert

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Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet perform at World Cafe Live at noon ET. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Set List

  • "Lookin’ at Lucky"
  • "Bettin’ That it Won’t"
  • "Home"
  • "Who Knows What We Might Do"
  • "She’s the Only Smile"
  • "Bob and Bob"
  • "I Pretend to Understand"
  • "Not Fade Away"

The family folk duo Trout Fishing In America first came together when Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet performed a show at an elementary school. Since then, they've had a venerable career of children's music. They've won four Grammys and a number of parents' choice awards, and they've kept up their fan bases in the old and young alike. Since 1979, they've release 19 records on Trout Records, and their latest, <em>Lookin' at Lucky</em>, is an adult-aimed mix of folk influences.

<em>Lookin' at Lucky</em> features Grimwood on bass and vocals, with Idlet contributing vocals and a line-up of instruments, including guitar, uke, banjo, bouzouki, and percussion. Listen to the duo perform live as part of WXPN's Live Fridays concert series.