It was piano lessons at age four that was ultimately the spark that launched Charlotte Morris's musical journey. A theater major initially, Charlotte moved to Nashville in 2020 to focus on her music - she joins Americana Music Profiles to talk about her life story and her 2nd studio release, Wild Child.
Paul J Bolger Interview
Paul J Bolger has been involved in the music industry since the late 80s - as a songwriter, and a performer. The Irish writer, and film producer joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about Irish Americana music, and his latest project, "Beware Of Trains."
Jason Byrd Interview
Tallahassee native, Jason Byrd, a third generation fire fighter, and long friend of the late, great, George Jones, joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his music career, song writing, working with George and Nancy Jones, and his most recent project releases.
Bruce Humphries Interview
If Rock-A-Billy music is your thing, then you'll wanna listen to this edition of Americana Music Profiles. Bruce Humphries joins us to talk about the Rockabilly music scene, his original music band The Rockabilly Rebels, and their latest album, Live It Up.
Marc Miner Interview
Alternative-outlaw-country-rock and Americana artist Marc Miner hails from Vienna, Austria where he is somewhat of an Americana music pioneer. With a storied career behind him, Marc joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his career and 2nd official studio album, Last Heros.
Charlsey Etheridge Interview
Hailing from the foothills of the North Georgia Appalachian Mountains, Americana singer-songwriter Charlsey Etheridge says she wrote her first song at age seven. She released her first studio album in 2013. She joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about her career in music and her most recent album, Scares Of Mine.
Kevin Slick Interview
Although Kevin Slick's music has crossed several genres in his career, he's most recently settled in on Bluegrass. The former president of the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society, joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his career, and his band, Orchard Creek's latest album, Listening For Your Call.
Mama Said String Band Interview
Louisville, KY is where this four-piece, grass-roots, Americana band originates from. Seven years together, they've won some awards, and logged a lot of miles. They are my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Jill Riley Interview
Jill Riley is a 4th generation member of a Texas cattle ranching family - and long time songwriter - musician. Her life long career, and her latest CD project, Common Ground, are the topics of conversation for this episode of Americana Music Profiles.
Daryl Mosley Interview
Daryl Mosley brings more than 30 years of success to his third solo CD, A Life Well Lived. Join us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles and Daryl and I talk about his decades of musical success and his latest project.
The Scoochies Interview
Guitarist, Nick Russo, and vocalist, Betina Hershey head up this Americana, Folk, Jazz group now simply referred to as, The Scoochies. They join me for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about their latest LP, Lift You Up.
Dean M Collins Interview
Kentucky born, Dean M. Collins melds his songwriting memories and life experiences into his latest project, Land Where The Wishes Come True. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to chat about his life journey with music.
Murphy Interview 2023
American Idol favorite, Murphy, joins us again on Americana Music Profiles, for a career update, and a conversation about life - music - and making people happy.
Jake Dryzal Interview
Johnstown, PA singer-songwriter, Jake Dryzal joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest project, Great American Racer - a folk rock concept album.
Songs From The Road Band, Charles Humphrey III
Charles Humphrey III, co-founder of the Western North Carolina, award winning, grass-Americana collaborative, joins us on Americana Music Profiles to chat about their latest project, Pay Your Dues.
RC Hall Interview
At 55, RC Hall got to check another item off his bucket list when he recorded his first album, Wood, Wire and Whiskey. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his long, interesting journey.
Marty Falle Interview
Marty Falle's first Bluegrass album was received so well that he decided to do it again. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest Bluegrass album; Kentucky Bluestar.
Danny Paisley Interview
Danny Paisley and The Southern Grass is hard at work keeping the six decade tradition alive of this great band. Danny is a three time IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year winner. He joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about the history of this band, and their new CD, Bluegrass Troubadour.
Tim Raybon Interview
Tim Raybon got his musical start at 11 years old with his dad and brothers in the family band, The American Bluegrass Express. In 1997, he and his brother Tim netted a CMA Duo of the Year nomination. In 2019 he hit the road with his band, Merle Monroe. And now he's doing it again with the Tim Raybon band, and a new album, and he's our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Dale Ann Bradley Interview
From the rural mountains of Kentucky, to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, Dale Ann Bradley has carved a music career that consists of two Grammy nominations, a Kentucky music Hall of Fame, and six IBMA awards for Female Vocalist of the Year. Dale Ann joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about her career and new album, "Kentucky For Me."
Crandall Creek Interview
Jerry Andrews created Crandall Creek in Moundsville, WV in 2015. Born out of his desire to write and share songs inspired by childhood experiences, Jerry and the band are enjoying the fruits of that labor with their new song, "Refrigerator Homemade Picture Show," Jerry Joins us for this episode of Americana Music Profiles.
David Starr Interview
Colorado based Americana / Blues singer / Songwriter David Starr joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to chat about his long musical career and his most recent project, the EP, Better Me.
Jake Ybarra Interview
25 year old Jake Ybarra recently made the move to Nashville to focus on his music - and the result is his debut (Americana, Alt. Country, Folk) CD, Something In The Water. Jake joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical journey and his debut CD.
Morgan Tucker Interview
Dorrigo, New South Wales is home for alternative country singer and songwriter, Morgan Tucker. After fronting a band for most of his musical career, Morgan joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his debut solo project, For Better Or Worse.
Jason Barie Interview
Jason Barie began playing fiddle when he was just 10 years old. By 15 he was working on stage as a freelance fiddler, and by his late teens he had won the Florida State Fiddle Championship. Now a member of Joe Mullins and Radio Ramblers, he also just released his fourth solo project - Radio Active. Jason is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.