Five friends formed cover classic rock band, Southbound, in 2013. The Dayton Ohio musicians quickly realized they wanted to pursue more original material, so they changed their name to Ludlow Creek and cut a new record. Drummer/vocalist, Jeffery Friend, joins this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about this exciting new venture.
Little Wretches Interview
Robert Wagner has been keeping the Little Wretches fire kindled since the 80s. Several decades, and different band iterations later, there's a new album, and Robert joins this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about it.
John McDonough Interview
Singer/Songwriter John McDonough returned to his roots in Chicago after spending 25 years making music in Austin Texas. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest CD, "We'll Answer The Call."
Sara Syms Interview
Nashville singer songwriter, Sara Syms, is set to release her first record since 2015 - The Darkest Light. It's a song spiritual and emotional journey with Sara's captivating voice leading you through the 10 song album. Sara joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share some insight on this new record.
Durango McMurphy Interview
Durango McMurphy has been a traveling troubadour most of his life. A passionate songwriter, his life has been full of experiences and wrought with fascinating stories. Durango joins us on this episode of Americana Music Profiles to share a little about his journey and his latest single, "The Ghost Of James Dean."
Richie Kaye Interview
After a 20 year break from a mostly jazz music career, Songwriter, Richie Kaye, reconnected with his Country influences and took a new direction with his music. His new, (6th) album, Plush Life, Released on May 1st. Richie is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Ben Hemming Interview
A musical pilgrimage through America, led to an epiphany on the streets of Nashville for London musician, Ben Hemming. Five albums later, Ben has found his musical direction. He joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profile.
2021 American Idol alum, (Philip) Murphy use music to elevate himself out of childhood tragedy. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his journey, and his latest single, "Painted Man."
PD Adams Interview
With over 13 critically acclaimed albums in multiple genre's, and over 118 million streams on Pandora alone, PD Adams says his latest project, The Curious Wonder, really expresses the songwriter side in him, He's our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
John Lewitt Interview
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.
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.
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 into his recording career, his latest, Virgin On The Bluegrass, celebrates his love for bluegrass music. 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.
Dennis Welch Interview
"Whatever you do Dennis, be a writer;" was the advice Dennis Welch received early on in his career. With over 500 songs to his credit, Dennis recently had a hit with the song, "Why Not Me." He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about that experience. Songwriters of any age will be encouraged by his story.
Ad Vanderveen Interview
Netherlands singer-songwriter, Ad Vanderveen, has been songwriting since the early 90's, and recorded 40 CDs of his music. "The music just finds me," he told me. Ad joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical career, and his latest CD, "Release".
Nathan Jacques Interview
California Americana artist Nathan Jacques shares the story of his debut, concept, album, "Loud Mind," with us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Caleb Bailey Interview
Caleb Bailey spent several years with his bluegrass band, Allegheny Blue, before taking a break from music. Prompted to start writing again, he's back with his debut solo CD, Poplar & Pine. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share his story and talk about his recent #1 song.
Soulful Femme Interview
Stevee Wellons and Cheryl Rinovato, two of Pittsburgh's hottest female Jazz entertainers have teamed up to create the Soulful Femme duo. Their debut record, "It Is Well With My Soul," highlights their amazing blues/jazz/funk vocals and guitar. Stevee joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about this amazing partnership.
Tedi Brunetti Interview
Tedi Brunetti, singer, songwriter, and drummer; grew up listening to her transistor radio, and banging along on a hamper and hat boxes. Now she wants her grand kids to know grandma was cool. Her new album, "Queen Of Pittsburgh," would suggest as much. She joins us on this edition of Americana music profiles to share her story.
Louise Cappi Interview
Internationally acclaimed Jazz singer-songwriter Louise Cappi joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about her musical life in New Orleans and her latest single, Hope, due out Fall '21.
Israel Portnoy Interview
UK singer-songwriter Israel Portnoy lost his guitar collection, lyric books, poetry, notes and all of his personal belongings in a village fire two years ago. The only guitar to survive was the one he took with him when he left his house that morning. That guitar helped him recover, and is now the center piece of his latest project, Through The Fire, Featuring Guilda. He joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about that story and his new CD.
Jesse Wilde Interview
New Zealand's Jesse Wilde turned a USA rock pilgrimage into chance encounters with two of his musical heroes. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share those stories and more!
Randy Seedorff Interview
Randy Seedorff's Americana, country rock style on his latest project, Begin Again, brings his 30 plus year musical journey back home to his roots. This prolific songwriter saw two of his songs hit number one on the Christian charts back in 2017. Randy is our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Gary Pratt Interview
Gary Pratt grew up in a small PA coal mining town where he fronted several local bands before spending time in Nashville honing his singing and songwriting skills. Gary joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his music and new album, Something Worth Remembering.
Larry Jay Interview
Guitarist, singer-songwriter and New York native Larry Jay recently relocated to California and reconnected to his passion for songwriting. Larry joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his life in music and his recent single, "Here's To Us".
Track Dogs Interview
Two Irishmen, an Englishman, and an American hook up in Spain to form the Folksy, Acoustic, Latin Americana group, Track Dogs. American Robbie Jones joins us on this episode of Americana Music Profiles to talk about this impressive quintet.
Ron McNeill Interview
Over 60 of songwriter Ron McNeill's songs have been cut, but the new album, Waiting On The Day, is his debut solo CD. We explore his career in this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
From traditional Americana, to Appalachian mountain music and western swing, the Haymakers have a lot of good stuff going on in their new album, Live At Art Church. We talk about it here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Izzie's Caravan Interview
After a several year hiatus, Izzie's Caravan returned to the music scene in 2019. On this edition of Americana Music Profiles, we talk about that journey with Izzie, and their upcoming new album, Blow The Lid.
Matt Westin Interview
Pittsburgh PA's Matt Westin joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his debut album, Legacy, and a series of new, more recent single releases.
Richard Lynch Interview
Waynesville, OH Country music traditionalist, Richard Lynch, has been living the dream for nearly 40 years. He shares his story and latest record, My Guitar Drips Country, with us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
John McDonough Interview
Austin singer-songwriter John McDonough recently moved to Chicago to be closer to family and continue pursuing his craft. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest CD, Second Chances.
Grace Pettis Interview
Grace Pettis joins us to talk about her latest CD, Working Women, on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Cory Keefe Interview
Cory Keefe talks about his brand new debut CD, I'll Keep It Country, with us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Hugh Phillips Interview
Hugh Phillips left the working world in 2016 to pursue his dreams of making music full time. Finally dropping his debut CD in October, 2020, Hugh joins us to talk about his musical journey and new CD, It's Been A Long Time.
The Dinallos Interview
Massachusetts residents and long time musicians, Juliet and Michael Dinallo finally get to team up on a family project with their debut duo CD project. They join us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Steve Wilson Interview
Steve Wilson of Wilson Banjo Company joins us to talk about his new CD, Six Degrees Of Separation, here on Americana Music Profiles!
Karl Mullen Interview
Irish born Celtic singer-songwriter Karl Mullen wraps six decades of culture and tradition into his latest project, Fear Less. He is our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Jason McDaniel Interview
Melbourne, Australia is home for Americana Music Profiles guest, Jason McDaniel. He's just released his latest album, Honky Tonk Life.
GF Morgan Interview
GF Morgan's latest album, Driftwood, is his third Celtic endevour. The multi-instrumentalist's career spans four decades. GF is our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles!
Rik Ferrell Interview
Florida singer-songwriter Rik Ferrell is our guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we chat about his upcoming EP, Ugly Babies, and preview his latest single, "Well I Never."
Barry Abernathy Interview
Appalachian Road Show Founding member, Barry Abernathy, joins us to talk about a solo release project that's near and dear to his heart, on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Alan Bibey Interview
Alan Bibey, IBMA's 2019 and 2020 Mandolin Player of the Year winner and leader of Grasstowne, is our guest on Americana Music Profiles!
Rae Leigh Interview
Australian singer-songwriter Rae Leigh joins Americana Music Profiles to chat about her personal life journey with music and her debut singles from the forth coming EP, Powered By Love.
Mette Kirkegaard Interview
Copenhagen based singer-musician Mette Kirkegaard is our guest on Americana Music Profiles as we talk about a new genre' of music, Nordic Americana, initiated by her 2006 EP, Dry Wood,
Dan Cimaglio Interview
Chicago singer/songwriter Dan Cimaglio joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his debut CD, Let The Light Shine.
Miss Freddye Interview
Miss Freddye, Pittsburgh's "Lady Of The Blues" joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles brought to you by Americana Music Magazine!
Nate Gusakov Interview
Clawhammer banjoist, singer-songwriter from the mountains of Vermont Nate Gusakov joins us to talk about his musical journey and his new album on this episode of Americana Music Profiles.
He Is The Artist Interview
He Is The Artist (HITA), an American Christian singer-songwriter from Central Islip, New York, is our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Mauri Dark Interview
Finland's Mauri Dark joins us for a candid conversation about his life and his music in this edition of Americana Music Profiles brought to you by Americana Music Magazine.
Jeremy Parsons Interview
Austin Texas is home for singer/songwriter Jeremy Parsons joins us on Americana Music Profiles to talk about his new album, Things To Come,
John-Arne Gundersen, guitarist and lead singer with the Norwegian trio, Sweetheart, join us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles brought to you by Americana Music Magazine.
Ed Roman Interview
Canadian singer/songwriter Ed Roman is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Vanessa Delaine Interview
New Zealand born Vanessa Delaine has had a very successful career as an Australian singer/songwriter. Her latest release, One Girl Band 25 Years has already earned five prestigious songwriting awards. Vanessa joins us on this edition of Americana...
Timothy Jaromir Interview
Zurich based singer songwriter Timothy Jaromir joins us for an international conversation about his latest project, Hiraeth. The album is enhanced by his English and Czech roots, and his experiences with wife's Canadian culture as well.
Bill Abernathy Interview
After taking time off to raise a family, Bill Abernathy picked up his guitar and began playing music again. In December 2018, Billboard magazine name him as an "Emerging Artist." His latest project, Crossing Willow Creek has already netted him...
David Sprague Psychopath Etiquette Interview
David Sprague along with his brother Paul, formed Psychopath Etiquette in 2019. "If Folk and Rock music had a baby, it would sound like Psychopath Etiquette." David joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about the brothers...
David Arn Interview
Virginia Beach, VA based singer songwriter, David Arn's latest album, Traveler Tales, has charted singles all the way to South Africa where the single, "Mother's Day," reached #1. The album tells the tale of 14 travelers each telling a tale. David and...
Fuzzy And The Rustbelts Interview
Fuzzy and The Rustbelts have touched a nerve with their audience - a good nerve; it's that desire for authentic, all-American folk, rock, country soul music. And they play it well. Since debuting on 2018 they have amassed quite a following. Founder,...
The Grassifieds Interview
Although the Grassifieds have been entertaining audiences since 2006, they are just now getting the time to introduce their debut CD, What We Are. Founder Jim Grubbs joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we chat about their unique...
Robert Wagner The Little Wretches Interview
Born out of the 70s Punk scene, Robert Wagner's The Little Wretches opted for a toned down approach simply so the audience could truly hear what they had to say through Wagner's passionately thought out lyrics. Robert joins us for a conversation about...
Ed Taylor Interview
Ed Taylor Collective is the new musical experience from Auckland's Ed Taylor. He's was a 2019 semi-finalist in the USA International Songwriting Competition. Ed hopes his latest single, "M & C Shuffle" might take off and become the next line-dance...
Banjo Bones Interview
Sacramento California's Banjo Bones has just released his 6th studio project, Lucifer's Hand. The self produced project deals with the idea that much of what we call evil actually comes from inside of us. This "darker side of Americana" features all...
Ryan Warner Interview
Columbus, Ohio singer-songwriter Ryan Warner is set to soon release his self recorded project from his own Creative Wild studio. The self taught, then classically trained guitarist is also a visual artist, and enjoys the synergy between the two forms....
John Vento Interview
Although John Vento came later in life to the professional music scene, he hasn't wasted any time, landing an IMEA award, and named Billboard's Emerging Artist for 2019. John is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about his...
Raveis Kole Interview
Laurie Raveis and Dennis Kole are a duo singer-songwriting couple hailing from Bellingham Washington. Their single, "Thanksgiving" is an appropriately timed release for the season. Their recent album, Electric Blue Dandelion - Nashville Sessions,...
Aly Cook Interview
New Zealand's Aly Cook's latest project, Caught In The Middle, has netted her several songs with chart action, including the release, "Red Dirt Road Trip," hitting number one on several charts. Aly joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles...
Christopher Griffiths Interview
Christopher Griffiths was playing in bands by the time he was 13, and was pursuing a Nashville career by the time he was 22, after attending Berklee College of Music. His latest single, Take On You, is set to release on October 29th. Christopher is...
Ten Penny Gypsy Interview
Justin Patterson and Laura Lynn Danley make up the duo, Ten Penny Gypsy. Their latest album is entitled Fugitive Heart. In this edition of Americana Music Profiles we chat with the Arkansas singer/songwriters about their sophomore project, and even...
Brad Lauretti Interview
Brad Lauretti, a.k.a. This Frontier Needs Hero's fifth album release, Go With The Flow, has netted him a finalist position in Merlefest's Chris Austin Songwriting Contest with the track, "Dakota." Brad is our guest on this edition of Americana Music...
Thomm Jutz Interview
German born Thomm Jutz has spent his adult career in Nashville, TN as an accomplished songwriter penning six number on Bluegrass hits, and nominated for songwriter of the year by the IBMA three years in a row. His latest project, "To Live In Two...
Gary Van Miert Interview
Jersey City, New Jersey is home for Gary Van Miert. His band is the Sensational Country Blues Wonders, and their forte is 50s and 60s Memphis, Sun Records style covers and originals. In fact, their first full album of original material is working it's...
Justin Howl Interview
A man with a guitar and a harmonica - you just can't beat that sound. Justin Howl is doing his darnedest to master it too. His latest release, Wanderlust, is scheduled for release on December 1st, 2020. Justin talks with us about his blues roots and...
Shayne Cook Interview
Although Shayne Cook has played in bands for much of his life, but this is his first venture as a solo artist on his own merit. The debut CD from this Melbourne artist is Epiphonetics. Shayne is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
Jim Stanard interview
Jim Stanard bought his first guitar in his teens with his childhood coin collection - an Martin D-28. He put it aside though, in his 20s, to focus on family and business. After retirement, he re-engaged his music, and two years ago recorded his first...
Sugarcane Jane Interview
Sugarcane Jane is Anthony Crawford and Savana Lee - the Alabama Americana duet with a fresh new project, Ruffled Feathers; Songs In The Key Of Me. Anthony and Savana join us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about song writing,...
Emmanuel Dron Interview
Emmanuel Dron has always wanted to record an album in the style of his favorite kind of artists - the classic rock feel of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. With the world shut down for four months, He created the Foolks with musician friends from...
Dennis Lynch Shenandoah Valley Music Festival
The Shenandoah Valley Music Festival series is one of the few live events that are actually happening this summer. Kicking off Labor Day weekend and running through September 19th, the festival will host five acts, including the Steeldrivers, Seldom...
High Fidelity Interview
2020 IBMA New Artist of the Year nominees, High Fidelity joins us for this edition of Americana Profiles. Formed in 2014, this traditional bluegrass act prides themselves on keeping the traditional sounds of the 50s and 60s alive and fresh for the...