Trey Wright, jazz guitarist and educator at Kennesaw State University, talks about teaching new musicians how to become self-sustaining "working artists" and how Joni Mitchell continues to inform his work.
Ariel Fristoe from Out of Hand Theater talks about August 25th Decatur Dinners project and other creative theatrical works they manage - all without a theater to call home!
Sassfolk's Jana & Ana talk about how they found each other to create beautiful Americana and Nichole Palmetto, of Found Stages, explains their upcoming immersive theatre version of Frankenstein.
Musician Tim Kohler and actress, director, & change maker Amber A. Harris talk about the arts.
Tyler Jarvis shares his journey as a working musician and Darrah Brustein talks of the importance of financial literacy, networking, and working with Deepak Chopra.
Musician, author, and artist Sho Baraka talks about his latest projects and what inspires him. Kim Karris of the Food Well Alliance is talking up their plans to create better food options for Atlanta and this year's Soil Festival on May 4th.
Songwriter and podcast host of "UNHAND THE MONSTER" Ferrill Gibbs talks music while Ashley Jones of LOVE NOT LOST explains why she uses her photography to help hurting families heal.
Clayton Wyatt talks about being a songwriter and plans to tour Europe while Michael Halicki of Park Pride talks about their 30-year journey to help communities build better greenspaces.
Allen Peterson & Glen DeMeritt talk about the Paying Your Dues Fame Stage on the Atlanta Beltline this summer each second Sunday, while Amanda Rountree talks about improv and all the lessons it teaches.
Madmen & Poets at Dad's Garage mixes improv comedy and spoken word poetry. Mark Kendall & Theresa Davis explain. Laura Coyle & Trey Wright talk about his new jazz album Begin Again.
Erin Bernhardt talks about her upcoming documentary "Clarkston the Film" and Jason Waller opens Waller's Coffee in Decatur to serve java, music, and community support. Also, Alex Gordon HiFi tunes to weave it all together.
Singer-songwriter Morgan Rowe talks about her musical journey and horror author Brian Kirk shares why his Bram Stoker means so much to him and how his upcoming novel will keep you turning pages.
Zach Steele of Broadleaf Writers Assoc. talks about the nonprofit and it's hope to help writers fulfill their destiny and Nathan Evans Fox takes music full-time in a powerful way.
Endellion Palmer, Susannah Stubbs pen name, sits down and talks process of mystery writing, self-publishing, and interesting turns of phrases in her book, The Dead Woman Who Lived.
Ansley Stewart shares her musical journey from Athens to Atlanta and Laura Hennighausen, Executive Director of Freedom Park Conservancy, shares plans for upcoming year to connect more people with Atlanta's massive greenspace.
Time spent with Veoleo children's book publisher Janike Ruginis and Rob Vincent Agocs who talks about his music and name changes.
Author and creative catalyst Nicki Salcedo talks about her writing journey and singer-songwriter Michael McArthur shares his take on how to maintain a focus on songwriting.
James Carr talks about Farmers Jam where farmers make music at the Star Bar and they sell jam from local fruit to grow more food. Gabbie Rotts - aka Gabbie Watts - performs some unplugged music and talks about how much she loves Nietzsche
Singer-songwriter Adam Klein talks music and his love for Mali while Sarah Buchanan-Sasson explains how she's created the Kula Project to help Rwandans help Rwanda through business.
K Michelle Dubois talks about making music, avoiding anxiety, and Zen Noodle Pie while Jim Hodgson has a new YA book series, Crossthreaded YouTube show, and Atlanta Explained improv news show.
Nikki & the Phantom Callers share their tale of making music and eating Taco Bell. Angel Poventud explains the Beltline's impact on Atlanta, affordable housing, connecting neighbors, and why folks need to speak up to their elected officials.
Chatting with E.R. about Charis Books moving from Little Five Points to Agnes Scott and how Sara Rachele likes to make her music here and in NYC.
LIVE show #13 celebrating Strong Southern Women and Patsy Cline's birthday at Switchyards Downtown Club. Kyshona Armstrong, Octave Atlanta, Lexi Street, Nicki Salcedo, Lane Pease of Kate's Club, Friday Jr., and Critical Crop Top (audio not released).
Alabama singer-songwriter Wilder Adkins talks music, monks, and library science while performer Minka Wiltz details her one-woman show coming up with Out of Hand Theater.