Shannon Kroll has big plans for ROOT CITY MARKET and all the incredible makers involved with a month-long Dec. pop-up in Decatur & more.Podcast RSS
B.E.N interprets Blink 182's album Enema of the State with his bass-driven sound.Podcast RSS
Trumpeter, composer, & singer JASON COLLIER keeps busy between bands & sharpening his musical craft.
TRAVIS SHARP is one of the stalwarts of Dad's Garage improv theatre and he's written a very special musical based on a Star Wars character you just might remember - Wicket!Podcast RSS
James Carr creates LONGLEAF MEDIA as a way to connect people to their food their farmers and their community in a sustainable way.
LILAC WINE turns your traditional cover band on its ear to create some magical new twists on songs you know and love.Podcast RSS
GWEN HUGHES is taking her Grits Hits show on the road to rave about Southern music.
LANCE KRALL of Picture It Productions is showing Hollywood and NYC that Atlanta has the tv writers that they need.Podcast RSS
Elise Witt & Teni-Ola Ogunjobi talk about the power of song and education at the GLOBAL VILLAGE PROJECT in Decatur.
Andrew Greenberg explains the explosive growth of gaming in Georgia and the work of the GEORGIA GAME DEVELOPERS ASSOC.Podcast RSS
Micah Dalton and Anthony Aparo share their desire to create handcrafted, authentic music as DWAYNE SHIVERS.Podcast RSS
Second Atlanta Music Roundtable at Grocery on Home (thanks to Matt Arnett) where we talked about what can be improved or is needed. Producer/The Ormewoods Don McCollister, performer Doria Roberts, and Hubbub Music Talent/Event manager Tod Elmore were on the panel.
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
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
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
JOSH JACKSON, Editor of Paste Magazine talks about his podcast with John Lennon & how collecting Olympic pins helped start an empire.
ALEX GORDON explains how Buddy Holly, Back to the Future, & Wally Cleaver helped him develop his distinctive guitar sound.Podcast RSS
ANTHONY APARO talks benefits of having singing-songwriting dad & upcoming album release.
ALE SHARPTON explains why he doesn't rate beers, engaging the African-American community in craft beer, and more.
Spencer Smith explains how Amplify My Community flips the typical benefit concert model to look like June's AMPLIFY DECATUR with The Milk Carton Kids, Elephant Revival, Penny & Sparrow, and Eliot Bronson.Podcast RSS
HANNAH CHUNG of Simply Seoul Kitchen talks kimchi, true Korean food, and her Ponce City Market shop.
ADRON shares her thoughts on the benefits of playing with terrific musicians and what her parents really named her.
FRANK HAMILTON explains the path folk music has taken and how, with Thomas Helland's help, he hopes to replicate Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music in Oakhurst.Podcast RSS
Dad's Garage hosts BACONFEST on Saturday, March 26th and talks new digs in O4W.
Emily Oppelt unveils the mysteries of their SQUADCAR MOONSHINE and their challenges in Georgia.
THE TIN MAN (aka Marshall Seese) explains latest EP and new video project connecting folks with music.Podcast RSS
FAHAMU PECOU discusses how art, hip-hop, and spirituality have all converged for him.
Wes Jones of HONEYSUCKLE GELATO schools me on how to make gelato.
THE FUTURE BABES know they want their next cd to be louder!Podcast RSS
Talked about Class of '65 with JIM AUCHMUTEY, gypsy music with VELVET CARAVAN's Ricardo Ochoa, human tech skills with KIMBERLY COBURN of The Homestead Atlanta, and Yacht Rock Revue's GREG LEE on his latest solo projects.
BUY Jim's book HERE.
Listen to VELVET CARAVAN's music.
Sign up for classes at The Homestead Atlanta.Podcast RSS
First half selected acts from 2nd live show performed at Variety Playhouse in Little Five Points in Atlanta. In this podcast you'll hear:
Live Show lineup also included: