Canadian songwriter, John Lewitt, has found a way to parlay his music into to film and TV licensing deals. Set to release his 7th album, The Beaten Path, John joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk career and staying relevant in today's industry.
Graeme James Interview
New Zeland's multi-instrumentalist Graeme James joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his self-produced upcoming CD, Seasons, due out on April 1st.
Eric Devries Interview
Eric Devries got his musical start in the Punk era in 1977. He eventually migrated towards the Acoustic-Folk vibe, and has recently recorded his third CD project of original material. Eric joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
The All Canadian Soundclash Interview
Andrew Michelin, aka The All Canadian Soundclash has been making music for much of his life with various other acts. He joins me for this episode of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his debut solo project, Better Late Than Never.
Kevin Slick Interview
Kevin Slick has crafted rock, folk, and world beats with his impressive song writing skills into a 40 plus year career in making music. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical journey and his latest recording project, Coming Home.
Dana Cooper Interview
Dana Cooper's interest in music began at the age of two. By age 20 he was headed to LA to pursue a record deal. Now, some 28 albums later, Dana joins us on the this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest project, I Can Face The Truth.
Winter Wonder Grass preview
Scotty Stoughton, founder of Winter Wonder Grass, joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about the 10th anniversary of this really cool Colorado music festival.
The Nashvillains are a trio of musicians with their musical emphasis on an outlaw Americana flavor. They've been playing together for about three years, and have finally finished the creative process on their new album; Tumbling Down. The guys join us on this episode of Americana Music Profiles to talk about their journey together.
Gravel Yard Bluegrass Band Interview
Literally formed in a gravel yard, this band originally got together after hanging out at moonlit jam sessions deep in the Ozark Mountains. Co-founder Aaron Farris joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share the rest of the story!
Tuatha Dea Interview
Tuatha Dea is an Appalachian/Celtic family band born of a family drum circle. Their unique blend of music and clanish costuming makes for a fantastic fan experience. Danny Mullikin, the patriarch of the band, joins us for this episode of Americana Music Profiles to share more about this unique group. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
Kari Holmes Interview
Singer/Songwriter Kari Holmes starting writing songs in her early teens. As a seasoned performer, pre-covid, she was averaging 200 shows a year. In September 2021, she received the Entertainer of the Year at the Josie Music Awards. Kari joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about that journey, and her latest album, When I See You Smile.
Val Storey Interview
Session singer, Val Storey, has been a regular voice around Nashville for quite a while now. Her much anticipated, sophomore CD, Share Your Secrets With Me, was produced by the legendary, Larry Cordle. Val joins us on this latest edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Creed Fisher Interview
Creed Fisher believes people are longing for more story telling in their music. He sure accomplishes that with his latest album, Whiskey And The Dog. Creed joins us to talk about his gritty, outlaw approach to his brand of country music on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Pat Berlinquette Interview
When Pat Berlinquette was taking care of his mom near the end of her life, he was prompted to write songs; more than 60 of them. "It was like her last gift to me," he remarked. 12 of them became the tracks on his latest album. Pat joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about that experience and his most recent music.
Rock Hearts Interview
Formed in 2013, these veteran found a special something with this group and set out to make the kind of bluegrass music they wanted to share. Several successful performances at 2021's IBMA's confirmed they had something special. Singer - guitarist Alex MacLeod joins me for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to take about their music and what's ahead for this emerging bluegrass band. Alex acknowledged Stephen Mougin and Dark Shadow Studio, Ned Luberecki, and Claire Ratliff for their huge rolls on getting Rock Hearts on this path to success.
Michael Monroe Goodman Interview
If Michael Monroe Goodman's middle name sounds familiar, well there's a reason. His parent were good friend with the famous bluegrass musician Bill Monroe. Michael's childhood exposure to the music fuels his passion today. He joins me to talk about that connection and his latest project, When The Rein Came, on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Josh King Interview
Greensboro, NC based multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter, Josh King began his solo career in 2018 after years traveling his indie-rock band, House Of Fools. He joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his third Americana rock solo project, Feel Good.
Frank Migliorelli Interview
Frank Migliorelli is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about his unique new Americana album - We're Not Kiddin' Around. It features eight new songs based on eight classic children's books, like "Go Dog Go," and Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel." It's a great story!
Ronnie Joudo Interview
"Roadside Angels" is the latest single from award winning Australian country singer-songwriter Ronnie Joudo. His recent EP, Damn This Town has netted him four singles on the Australian independent charts, including a 2020 Australian Songwiter Association Finalist nod for the song, "Falling in Love in Galveston." Ronnie is my guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Marty Falle Interview
Nashville recording artist, Marty Falle took a job out of school as a traveling salesman into the Kentucky coal region. It changed his life, and he was forever hooked on the music. Four albums now into his recording career, his latest, Virgin On The Bluegrass, celebrates his love for Kentucky bluegrass. Marty joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical journey.
Sun King Rising Interview
John Blangero's alter ego, Sun King Rising, has many fans for he calls "the rebirth of classic Southern Rock & Soul." John joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his love for organic rock music and his latest project, Delta Tales.
Once Great Estate Interview
Tracy Horenbein, a life long musician, in 2018 invited four friends to join her in a new endeavor. The band, Once Great Estate, came into being, and they've been distributing their brand of "cinematic Southern Rock" ever since. Tracy joins me on this edition on Americana Music Profiles.
Jay Elle Interview
Jay Elle's best friend from school and his cousin introduced him to the guitar but showing his a few chords. Then his aunt bought him a guitar all of his own. That's all it took for Jay to catch the song writing fever and he's been at it ever since. His latest full length record, Ride The Wave exemplifies the his songwriting skills. Jay is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Lora Kelley Interview
Charlottesville, Virginia singer-songwriter Lora Kelley released her much anticipated, debut, full length album this past June (2021). Finding herself in the middle space of life, Lora was moved to pen her experiences and put them to music. The end result is her recorded project,, "Domystique." She is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Taylor Rae Interview
Texas singer-songwriter, Taylor Rae, joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about her debut record, "Mad Twenties," and the origins behind her songs and her busy musical career.