Americana Music Profiles

Americana Rhythm Music Magazine's special audio feature, Inside Track. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.

Music Interviews
Music History
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Fireside Collective Interview
Ashville, NC is home for the funky eclectic bluegrass ensemble, know as Fireside Collective. Jesse and Tommy join me to talk about the band's music and new CD, Shadows and Dreams.
16 min
202
Eli Smith Interview
Brooklyn Folk Festival's founder Eli Smith joins us to talk about this unique, 12th annual folk music event.
20 min
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Brandon Allen Interview
Boxcar Junkies front man Brandon Allen joins us for the edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about his music, his mission, and their latest CD release, Est. 1973.
20 min
204
Lee Sims Interview
Lee Sims taught himself how to play as a youngster in the 60s. This retired postal service worker is now dedicating all his time to writing and touring with his music. His new CD, A Few More Miles To Go released on December 26th, 2019. Lee is our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
20 min
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Steve Thomas Interview
Steve Thomas has been playing music since high school - winning the Galax fiddlers convention, and Virginia State mandolin championship right our of high school. Steve has a new band, The Time Machine, and a new CD in the works, Learn more in this episode of Americana Music Profiles.
24 min
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Frances Mooney Interview
Frances Mooney has been playing bluegrass music for over 50 years - She joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about her interesting musical career and her new CD project, Wild and Free.
21 min
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Sowell Family Band Interview
The Family Sowell is a family band from Knoxville, TN. Two of the band members, brother and sister, Abigail and John Mark join us for this edition of the Americana Music Profiles podcast to talk about being on tour as a family, and their new project, Same Kind of Different.
21 min
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Andy Michaels Interview
Western Australian artist Andy Micheals took his musical motivation from a near fatal auto accident in his teens. His latest project, Incendiary Heart has been earning him plenty attention as he sets his sights for a hopeful tour of the states. He's my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
17 min
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The River Ratz Interview
Charlotte North Carolina's Margie Ratliff joins me for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about their Americana, roots band, The River Ratz.
18 min
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Mara Levine Interview
Mara Levine is a song interpreter. Rather than pen originals, she picks songs she loves, envisions them sounding a little different, and then creates a new, beautiful interpretation of the song. Mara and I talk about that process and her career in music in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
25 min
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Rod McCormick Interview
Australian artist, Rod McCormack, songwriter and producer, has been helping other make music for years. Now it's his turn. We talk about Rod's debut CD, Fingerprints, in this latest edition of Americana Music Profiles.
19 min
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Leslie Brown Interview
Kentucky musicians Leslie and Dewey Brown love making music and creating space for music to happen in their home town. Leslie is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about Dewey, Dr. Ralph Stanley, and the Brown's new band.
20 min
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Zack Walther Interview
Zack enjoys being able to make music full time. On this episode of Americana Music Profiles, we talk career and his latest CD, The Westerner.
23 min
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LaTresa Smith Interview
Born into a musical, religious family, LaTresa was bound for a career in bluegrass and gospel music. Although a full time ESL teacher in Nashville, she still finds time to make and perform music. We talk about her latest CD, The Blood And The River.
27 min
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Jay Elle Interview
New York Singer/Songwriter joins us for this episode of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical journey and new single, "Ease Up."
20 min
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David Hoffman Interview
In 1965 a young David Hoffman traveled from New York to the Appalachian mountains North Carolina to capture a story about Bascom Lamar Lunsford who was running a music festival in Ashville, NC for mountain music dancers and singers. The result became the first ever televised program about bluegrass music. In this episode David and I talk about the history of this film, Mr. Lunsford, and the historical significance of this film.
25 min
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Zoe & Cloyd Profile
Former Red June co-founders Natalya Weinstein and John Miller make up the new Appalachian style duo Zoe & Cloyd. The Carolina couple are our guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
20 min
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King Of Birds Profile
Scottish brothers Charlie and Stirling Gorman talk about almost making it big, walking away, and finding their music all over again with their new CD, I Hope We Don't Fall In Love. They're my guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
19 min
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Jim Stephens Profile
After releasing his fourth CD in 36 months, New Orleans based Jim Stephens say he's not done yet. We'll find out about that and more in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
22 min
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Gina Furtado Profile
IBMA nominated, Virginia based banjo player Gina Furtado strikes out on her own. We get the full scoop in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
19 min
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Bobby Messano Profile
Meet award winning, hall of fame blues guitarist, Bobby Messano in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
25 min
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Maureen Toth interview
Maureen Toth's love of writing and performing songs has been a life long passion - One that she and I get to talk about on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
19 min
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Small Town Therapy Profile
Friends and band mates Leif and Adam, part of Front Country, collaborate musically for a side project called Small Town Therapy. Their latest CD is a refreshing combination of acoustic jazz with grass and roots undertones. Learn more about their music here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
23 min
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Scott Slay Profile
Sam Bush and New Grass Revival concert inspired Scott Slay at the early age of six. His latest CD, The Rail, is full of great songs and bluegrass musician friends. We talk about it here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
21 min
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Den Of Ashes Profile
Visiting his grandparents legacy, Ashley Beck, a.k.a. Den of Ashes shares stories of his musical journey and connection to famous Western Music heritage here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
25 min