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The Americana Music Show is a podsafe music show that features hand-picked, road-tested american music and interviews with your next favorite bands.
 
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Ask Me Another
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Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
Featuring an eclectic amassment of Indie, Lo-Fi, New Wave, Post Punk, Shoegazing, Grunge, Electronica, and other genres varied and sundry; running the gamut of vintage through contemporary, well-known and obscure. Each weeknight at 8 PM (MST) from the studios of KISU-Pocatello. Live at 91.1 FM, 91.3 FM.
 
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Featuring the amazing new Rodney Crowell album, a Patsy Cline classic, Jason Isbell helping out the North Mississippi Allstars, jam band music from One Eleven Heavy, and a whole lot more... "For people who need flesh and blood" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Emmy and Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth joins Ask Me Another in Houston, Texas. She reflects on her Wicked-ly impressive career on stage and her latest album, For The Girls. Then, the Broadway star belts it out in a game where she sings the titles of famous musicals, and takes on a quiz inspired by her love of 7-Eleven Slurpees. Plus, a fi ...…
 
Featuring music from Eilen Jewell, Charley Crockett, Chris Knight, Wood Brothers, Doug Seegers, Shawn Colvin, Jason Hawk Harris, Quebe Sisters, and more...... "For people who care enough to lie" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Kevin Russell of Shinyribs tells the story of how his Fog & Bling album began and the "Catfish Heaven 2" tie in. He also shares three tracks from the album. "Kevin Russell / Shinyribs interview and tracks from Fog & Bling" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
SNL cast member Bowen Yang, and comedian Matt Rogers face off in challenges about bees and honey, and bad movies starring pop divas. This episode originally aired July 19, 2019.By NPR.
 
I've got several live albums from the past on the show. You're gonna hear live music from The Wood Brothers, The Allman Brothers Band, Old Crow Medicine Show, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and ZZ Top. I've also got the amazing Eilen Jewell album, the new North Mississippi Allstars, Dave Alvin, Tanya Tucker, Commonheart, Shinyribs, Jim Lauderdal ...…
 
Ask Me Another hits the road! Matthew McConaughey chats about his love for Austin, Texas and his new role as the University of Texas' Minister of Culture. Then, he reflects on why he still loves the first three words he said on screen, and he's challenged on unusual laws in Texas and some college mascot history.…
 
Chris Knight gives advice on touring, discusses his approach to songwriting, and tells the story of learning from John Prine songs. "Chris Knight interview & three tracks from Almost Daylight" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Episode 408 features Tyler Childers, Rodney Crowell, Delbert McClinton, Pieta Brown, The Commonheart, Pieta Brown, Ward Hayden and many more..... "Ep. 408 For people who can’t give it up" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
She's Gotta Have It star DeWanda Wise recalls pursuing acting to avoid detention. And, Taye Diggs reflects on playing Hedwig, and his return to TV. Then they face off for This, That, or the Other. This episode originally aired on May 3, 2019.By NPR.
 
Ilfenesh Hadera, from the 2017 reboots of Baywatch and She's Gotta Have It, chats about growing up in Harlem, working with Spike Lee, and her new Epix series, Godfather Of Harlem. Then, this DJ school dropout plays a game about hip-hop samples. Plus, contestants play games about old-timey inventions and cheese, and the beloved Fact ag is back!…
 
Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation, and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls. Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch. This episode originally aired ...…
 
SNL writer Julio Torres explains the inspiration behind his bilingual series, HBO's Los Espookys, and the El Salvador-meets-New York connection of his comedy special, My Favorite Shapes, which involves strange objects on a conveyor belt. Then, he's challenged to a game where Greek gods are cast as contestants on The Bachelor.…
 
Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland and actor Greta Lee discuss sex scene storyboards, wackadoodle costumes, and their interpretation of the Netflix series' deeper meaning. This episode originally aired April 5, 2019.By NPR.
 
On episode 407 of the Americana Music Show, Lyndon Bolton interviews Rod Picott about his origins as a construction worker, his many literary pursuits, and why his new album is so stripped down. Rod Picott also shares three tracks from Tell The Truth And Shame The Devil. "Rod Picott shares Tell The Truth and Shame The Devil" originated from Ame ...…
 
Food and wine expert for Netflix's Queer Eye, Antoni Porowski talks about his upcoming cookbook and the twists and turns he's taken in his career. Then, he plays a game about corgis, and is given a choice to play a game about guacamole or a game about books. Which does he choose? Plus, guest musician Julian Velard leads a music parody reworking ...…
 
Michael Ian Black talks redefining masculinity and hosting his podcast, Obscure. And therapist Esther Perel chats about relationship statistics. This episode originally aired Feb. 15, 2019.By NPR.
 
That '70s Show alum and host of the Minor Adventures podcast, Topher Grace reflects on his big break, and his film editing side-hustle that went viral. And Broad City's Arturo Castro dishes on his hip-hop boy band in Guatemala, and his latest show, Alternatino. Then, Grace and Castro face-off in a trivia game about breakfast cereal. Plus Julian ...…
 
Comedian Aparna Nancherla dishes about interning at NPR, transforming her struggles with mental health into comedy, and working an office job. This episode originally aired March 15, 2019.By NPR.
 
Co-hosts of the Las Culturistas podcast, Bowen Yang of SNL, and comedian Matt Rogers share how they became friends, and face off in games about honey and pop divas. Then, guest musician Julian Velard sings a theater kid's dream in a music parody game combining stage plays and musicals. Plus, host of HQ Words, Anna Roisman, leads a word game of ...…
 
Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan opens up about his creative partnership with his wife, and the real-life struggles that informed his album Noble Ape. This episode originally aired March 1, 2019.By NPR.
 
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen and All-Stars 4 contestant Monét X Change dish about discovering drag, choosing their stage names, and hosting their podcast Sibling Rivalry. Then, they separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of a food science professor. This episode originally aired on Feb. 1, 2019.…
 
Ask Me Another heads to Seattle! Comedian, actor, and podcast host Nicole Byer reflects on her move from waiting tables to performing stand-up about men's bodies, and dishes about celebrating failure in the Netflix baking competition series, Nailed It! Then, she plays a trivia game about the 1990 film Ghost.…
 
Episode 406: Lyndon Bolton interviews Michael Supe Granda of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils and plays three tracks from Heaven 20/20 and one classic track from the band. "Michael Supe Granda of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Big Freedia, the queen diva of bounce music, gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé. This episode originally aired on July 8, 2016.By NPR.
 
Two New York comedians take the stage. Josh Gondelman, writer-producer of Desus & Mero and "the nicest guy in comedy," explains why he gives strangers pep talks on Twitter. Then, cabaret comic Catherine Cohen makes comedy into fashion as they go head-to-head in trivia games about sports and mattresses.…
 
Actor Michael C. Hall reflects on his roles in Six Feet Under and Dexter, and his return to the stage. Plus, The Daily Show's Ronny Chieng talks about his role in Crazy Rich Asians. This episode originally aired Nov. 2, 2018.By NPR.
 
Two of country music's finest join forces at the Polk Theater in Nashville for a night of games inspired by Music City. Trace Adkins shares the chance encounter that launched his career, while songwriter Carlene Carter explains how it felt to grow up in music and to carry on the family legacy.By NPR.
 
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent: The Champions host Terry Crews reflects on his football career, activist work, and his breakthrough in Hollywood. This episode originally aired on Jan. 18, 2019.By NPR.
 
Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah looks back on his early stand-up days and shows off his celebrity impressions in a game with actor Adam Pally. This episode originally aired January 4, 2019.By NPR.
 
Taylor Schilling explains why after seven seasons on Orange Is the New Black, she's going to clown school, and exploring Juggalo culture in her latest film Family. Then, she plays a game about things you can do instead of binge watching TV.By NPR.
 
DeWanda Wise, the star of She's Gotta Have It and the new Twilight Zone reboot, recalls how a high school teacher pushed her into acting as a way to stay out of detention. Then, actor Taye Diggs reflects on a long and varied career acting in film and Broadway, and writing children's books — plus his return to TV on All American. Then they go he ...…
 
Rose Byrne chats about her movie Juliet, Naked and explains the interesting way she got into acting. Then, Ophira and Jonathan play a round of "Fact Bag." This episode originally aired Aug. 31, 2018.By NPR.
 
Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation, and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls. Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch.…
 
Michelle Wolf talks about her performance at the White House Correspondents' dinner. Amber Ruffin chats about writing for Late Night With Seth Meyers. This episode originally aired Nov. 30, 2018.By NPR.
 
Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland and actor Greta Lee discuss sex scene storyboards, wackadoodle costumes, and their interpretation of the Netflix series' deeper meaning. Then they play a game guessing the themes of weird and wonderful nesting dolls found on the internet.By NPR.
 
Lyndon Bolton interviews Dean Owens about his concept album, Buffalo Blood and how a Scotsman came to be playing "three chords, the truth, and a bunch of lies." "Ep405 Dean Owens" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Actor Dascha Polanco chats juggling work and nursing school while auditioning for Orange Is the New Black. Then, Mo Amer shares how he got into comedy. This episode originally aired November 16, 2018.By NPR.
 
Comedian and actor Nick Kroll discusses his childhood, his start in comedy, and the latest season of his show, Big Mouth. Plus, Fact Bag returns! This episode originally aired Oct. 19, 2018.By NPR.
 
Comedian and actor Aparna Nancherla dishes about interning at NPR, transforming her struggles with mental health into comedy, and working at a soul-crushing office job. Then, the Corporate star joins Jonathan Coulton and Ophira Eisenberg for a round of Fact Bag.By NPR.
 
Natasha Lyonne walks us through her NYC survival kit. Then we quiz the actor, who grew up in Herman Melville's house, on other famous authors' homes. This episode originally aired September 23, 2016.By NPR.
 
Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan opens up about performing for the Pope, his creative partnership with his wife, and the real-life struggles that informed his album Noble Ape. Then, he lends his tater tots expertise to a round of Wisdom of the Crowd.By NPR.
 
Ask Me Another heads to The Pageant in St. Louis with pop duo Matt and Kim. They discuss their album, Almost Everyday, how they met, and surviving natural disasters. This episode originally aired on Sept. 14, 2018.By NPR.
 
Michael Ian Black talks redefining masculinity and hosting his podcast, Obscure. And, in honor of Valentine's Day, therapist Esther Perel quizzes Ophira and Jonathan on relationship statistics.By NPR.
 
Host of Crooked Media's Pod Save the People, DeRay Mckesson, talks about X-Men, his signature blue vest, smelly preteens, and his recent book. This episode originally aired Sept. 28, 2018.By NPR.
 
Lyndon Bolton interviews Amy McCarley and plays three tracks from MECO. "Ep404 Amy McCarley" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen and All-Stars 4 contestant Monét X Change dish about discovering drag, choosing their stage names, and hosting their podcast Sibling Rivalry. Then, they separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of a food science professor.By NPR.
 
Michael Graca interviews Charles Wesley Godwin and plays three tracks from Godwin's debut album, Seneca. "Ep403 Charles Wesley Godwin interview & tracks from Seneca" originated from Americana Music Show.By Calvin Powers.
 
Awkwafina, from Crazy Rich Asians, recommends NYC's best public restrooms. And, Sasha Velour winner of RuPaul's Drag Race, talks about the power of drag. This episode originally aired Aug. 17, 2018.By NPR.
 
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent: The Champions host Terry Crews reflects on his football career, activist work, and his breakthrough in Hollywood.By NPR.
 
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