JDH travels with the Zac Brown Band this weekend to support Gatlinburg wildfire victims at day-long FREE Festival (details) and chats about his future holiday cd dreams on top of his current In the Spirit.
Katharine Wilkinson explains Chattahoochee NOW project to enlighten folks on Atlanta's major river and how to create more access to it.Podcast RSS
Music Roundtable at Grocery on Home (thanks to Matt Arnett) where we talked Atlanta as a "music town" and what can be improved or is needed. From L: Ruby Velle of Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics, Stanley Romanstein from Georgia Music Partners, Andrew Hingley from Live Nation/Eddie's Attic, Diane Durrett from Atlanta Grammy chapter, Curtis Daniel from Patchwerk Studios, and Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall.Podcast RSS
Joe Peery talks about the dreams to SAVE THE OLD PRISON FARM of 300 acres near East Atlanta.
Galen, Tommy, & Jimmy of THE CURRYS explain their unique style of songwriting and which one is the "mysterious one".Podcast RSS
JENN BOSTIC shares her latest inspirations from blues and choral music and the fairytale story that took her on a European tour.
Adam Fristoe of OUT OF HAND THEATER reveals how they manage to find new and engaging ways to meet audiences and give them a unique experience.Podcast RSS
Jade Carter of A3C talks about the evolution of this Atlanta festival for the Hip Hop Family from coast-to-coast.
John Huston & Angelina Galashenkova-Reed make magical music with guitar & domra in 9 STRING THEORY.
William Massey's new COLORATL book collaboration with Atlanta artists is sure to fire up your creativity and support arts therapy programs at the same time.Podcast RSS
Stanley Romanstein from GEORGIA MUSIC PARTNERS says there is lots more we can do to promote music to kids & the U.S. from Georgia.
KYSHONA ARMSTRONG is promoting her new cd, The Ride, and talking about her recent overseas tour.Podcast RSS
David Stephens has been creating puppet magic through ALL HANDS PRODUCTIONS (get it?) since he was a bit bigger than a Muppet himself.Podcast RSS
Nick Niespodziani talks about his passion project INDIANAPOLIS JONES and balancing live between Yacht Rock Revue, Venkman's, CHARM, and a beautiful family. See IJ at The Earl on 10/20 with Diane Coffee.
Shannon M. Turner shares her passion for storytelling and the program she and David Russell have cooked up for this year's STORIES ON THE EDGE OF NIGHT event on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Biergarten at The Wrecking Bar.Podcast RSS
Chelsea Steverson of C4 ATLANTA tells how they work to give artists a leg up in business.
Ian Michael Bruh of BUMPIN THE MANGO says passion for the music, and each other, connects these incredible musicians.
Matt Weyandt of XOCOLATL CHOCOLATE explains how folks are starting to learn about small batch chocolate and why it matters.Podcast RSS
Timberely Jones of RELAY BIKE SHARE shares the plan of 500 easy rental bikes in Atlanta for 2017.
MARTA'S AMANDA RHEIN wants their Transit Oriented Development projects to benefit neighborhoods & commuters.Podcast RSS
ELISE WITT teaches you how anybody can sing.
PHILLIP JUSTMAN designs immersive theatre experiences and now Escape Rooms that pit you and your friends against the clock.Podcast RSS
Poet, filmmaker, musician FELIPE BARRAL explains his take on storytelling in all its forms.
WASTED POTENTIAL BRASS BAND talk about their humble beginnings and what a good party band should be.Podcast RSS
Nate Mask talks poetry and slams in Atlanta.
Eric Williams explains his Android app that works with the SONOS home sound system. Check out SONOFY.
Grassland String Band shows how "Amerigrass" is the best of both worlds.
Tweener music by Wasted Potential Brass Band.Podcast RSS
Florida's SALTWATER BREWERY has found a tremendous way to help the oceans and wildlife but repurposing their spent grains.
THE ORMEWOODS found the best place to record their new cd (over 20 years in the making) was in their bedroom - and the critics agree!Podcast RSS
Kevin Jackson of JACKSON COUNTY LINE shares what has kept this Americana band together for 10 years (and why he just wants to go fishing!)Podcast RSS
HANNAH THOMAS talks about being on the road, creating the new album, and the benefits of karaoke.
Bob Herndon, founder of the ATLANTA BAR-B-Q FESTIVAL explains how this 8th year is the best ever.Podcast RSS
Next GOOD GRACIOUS Variety Show on Sat., 8/13!
With Adron, Dad's Garage Comedy Improv, Georgia Mountain String Band, poet Jericho Brown, Anita Aysola, re:imagine/ATL, 48 Hour Film Project. Tickets HERE.
Ruby Velle, Scott Clayton, and Spencer Garn of RUBY VELLE & THE SOULPHONICS plan the release of their new album, share music they're listening to - Ibeyi and The Greyhounds, and brag on Atlanta's compassion during challenging times.Podcast RSS
KEELY BAKER talks summer, upcoming school year, awesome show poster by Martin Steib, & Aug. 13 show at Plaza Theatre.
SANS ABRI is the home for Josh Erwin & Michael Painter's Packway Handle Band side project.
Jim Chasteen & Chad Ralston of AMERICAN SPIRIT WHISKEY explain why craft distilling is the next great food movement.Podcast RSS
CLEVELAND P. JONES shares his heart about his upcoming album and performing with ATL Collective.
Mixing Engineer MILES WALKER breaks down Nashville scene, mixing a record like he's done for Rhianna, Katy Perry, Wiz Khalifa, & why Atlanta's a great place to make music.Podcast RSS
PONY LEAGUE explains why they changed their band name, how they're expanding the Americana definition, and music they're listening to.Podcast RSS
WILLIAM BELL talks about his soul music career from the 1950s to days with STAX records to his latest album.Podcast RSS
UNDERHILL ROSE's Molly Rose Reed talks about their European tour and Southern roots.
Tony Riffel of OCTANE COFFEE shares how they hope to inspire community.
SAM BURCHFIELD reflects on South Carolina upbringing and new album coming out.Podcast RSS