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Irish born Celtic singer-songwriter Karl Mullen turns six decades of culture and tradition into what some call is best solo recorded project to date. Karl joins us for this edition of Americana Profiles as we talk about his musical journey, and the new album, Fear Less. Americana Music Profiles is brought to you by Americana Music Magazine! Part of…
 
Florida singer-songwriter, Rik Ferrell, has a new coastal infused EP, Ugly Babies, and a new single, "Well I Never." He is our guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we chat about his previous music en devours, his current EP, and what's on the way. Brought to you by Americana Music Magazine! This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts…
 
Barry Abernathy, a founding member of the new bluegrass act, Appalachian Road Show, recorded a solo project several years ago - prior to helping form his new band. With a little extra time on his hands, he's excited to release Barry Abernathy and Friends. Barry joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his personal project …
 
Alan Bibey is one of bluegrass music's leading mandolin players. The co-founder of noted acts such as, The New Quicksilver, IIIrd Time Out, and BlueRidge, has been leading his own band, Grasstowne, for about the last decade. He is most recently IBMA's 2019 and 2020 Mandolin Player of the Year winner. Alan is our guest on Americana Music Profiles br…
 
Copenhagen based singer-musician Mette Kirkegaard is a great example of Denmark Americana music. Actually, she and her producer for her 2006 EP, Dry Wood, coined the genre' phrase, Nordic Americana. Mette joins us for this edition to talk about Nordic Americana and the Denmark Americana scene today, brought to you by Americana Music Magazine.…
 
Chicago singer/songwriter Dan Cimaglio moved away for a time. While living in Oregon and Vermont, he began collecting bits and pieces of songs that would become his debut CD once back in Chicago. Dan joins us to talk about his musical journey and his debut CD, Let The Light Shine, for this edition of Americana Music Profiles brought to you by Ameri…
 
Miss "Freddye" Stover has been heralded as Pittsburgh PA's "Lady Of The Blues." This full time nurse began her musical career in 1996, and currently fronts two different bands. She's won several awards including a recent 2019 Best Blues Band by Iron City Rocks Awards. Miss Freddye joins us to talk about her brand of blues music and her latest Gospe…
 
Finland's Mauri Dark says his latest single really resonates with the middle-aged men in his audience. "Dreams Of A Middle-Aged Man" invites you into a dark, folky, timeless, intimate, and acoustic songscape. With over 500 shows and eight albums in 25 years with various bands, the formal heavy metal singer says he likes this new place he's settled …
 
Austin Texas is home for singer/songwriter Jeremy Parsons. After leaving Austin for a 10 year stint in Nashville, Jeremy returned home just prior to the pandemic, and in time to hang out with his dad who was instrumental in the beginnings of Jeremy's music career. Jeremy's new album, Things To Come, is his third to date. He is my guest on this edit…
 
John-Arne Gundersen, guitarist and lead singer with the Norwegian band, Sweetheart, wrote all the songs for this debut project sitting in his kitchen. The album was then recorded in just six days in an Oslo studio during the Spring of 2020. John, and vocalist Mette Hardnes, join us to talk about their past music careers and the forming and future o…
 
Canadian singer/songwriter Ed Roman's music blurs the lines between folk, country, rock, and even hints of pop. His songs have been played on over 600 radio stations world wide, and was named a Billboard magazine Emerging artist in December, 2018. Ed won a 2017 Radio Music Award for Best Americana Artist, and was nominated for the 2020 IMEA Awards.…
 
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 significant chart action. Bill joins us for this edition on Americana Music Profiles to talk songwriting, …
 
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, Fuzzy, joins us for this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about what makes their band tic…
 
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 his musical journey and their latest CD, Undesirables And Anarchists, on this edition of Americana…
 
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 original material penned by Banjo. He join's us to talk about his musical trail, and this new projec…
 
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, debuted at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. Their new audio experimental project, 3D Immersive, …
 
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 Worlds, Vol. 2" is the follow up to May's release, Vol. 1. Thomm joins me for this edition of Americana …
 
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 way out now; The World Will Break Your Heart. Join us as we chat about Gary's music and origins fo…
 
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 ever CD - Bucket List. It was so much fun, he decided to do it again. Jim joins us for this edition…
 
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 around the world via the power of the internet. The result was a five song EP and the catchy single,…
 
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 Scene, Sam Bush, Elieen Ivers, Gina Furtado, and The Travelin' McCourys. SVMF President, Dennis Lync…
 
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