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The Daily Life Journey with your host, Life Coach & Spiritual guide, Greg Tutwiler. Reach Greg on Face Book, or at www.FreedomLiving.org.
 
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Australian artist, Rod McCormack, songwriter and producer, has been helping other make music for years. Now it's his turn. We talk about Rod's debut CD, Fingerprints, in this latest edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Kentucky musicians Leslie and Dewey Brown love making music and creating space for music to happen in their home town. Leslie is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about Dewey, Dr. Ralph Stanley, and the Brown's new band.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Zack enjoys being able to make music full time. On this episode of Americana Music Profiles, we talk career and his latest CD, The Westerner.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Born into a musical, religious family, LaTresa was bound for a career in bluegrass and gospel music. Although a full time ESL teacher in Nashville, she still finds time to make and perform music. We talk about her latest CD, The Blood And The River.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
New York Singer/Songwriter joins us for this episode of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his musical journey and new single, "Ease Up."By Greg Tutwiler.
 
In 1965 a young David Hoffman traveled from New York to the Appalachian mountains North Carolina to capture a story about Bascom Lamar Lunsford who was running a music festival in Ashville, NC for mountain music dancers and singers. The result became the first ever televised program about bluegrass music. In this episode David and I talk about ...…
 
Former Red June co-founders Natalya Weinstein and John Miller make up the new Appalachian style duo Zoe & Cloyd. The Carolina couple are our guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Scottish brothers Charlie and Stirling Gorman talk about almost making it big, walking away, and finding their music all over again with their new CD, I Hope We Don't Fall In Love. They're my guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
After releasing his fourth CD in 36 months, New Orleans based Jim Stephens say he's not done yet. We'll find out about that and more in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
IBMA nominated, Virginia based banjo player Gina Furtado strikes out on her own. We get the full scoop in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Meet award winning, hall of fame blues guitarist, Bobby Messano in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Maureen Toth's love of writing and performing songs has been a life long passion - One that she and I get to talk about on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Friends and band mates Leif and Adam, part of Front Country, collaborate musically for a side project called Small Town Therapy. Their latest CD is a refreshing combination of acoustic jazz with grass and roots undertones. Learn more about their music here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.…
 
Sam Bush and New Grass Revival concert inspired Scott Slay at the early age of six. His latest CD, The Rail, is full of great songs and bluegrass musician friends. We talk about it here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Visiting his grandparents legacy, Ashley Beck, a.k.a. Den of Ashes shares stories of his musical journey and connection to famous Western Music heritage here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Jim Woolsey is a two time Chris Austin Songwriting Contest finalist. He and Wife Lynna have a new CD - Long Ago - and we talk about their career and new CD here on Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
These Western North Carolina bluegrassers started out as a basement band, and quickly elevated to, "one of the bands you need to check out this year." One of the founders, Audie McGinnis joins us to talk about the band's roots and approach to their new CD, Myths We Tell Our Young.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Kristi Stanley steps back into music for the first time as an adult with her debut CD, Heart Wide Open. She's our guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Bob Dylan goes to Sweden - well not really - but his music has received a Swedish interpretation thanks to Swede folk artist Reine Johanasson. Get the whole store here on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
With 15 CDs to his credit, violinist Yale Strom a summer Holiday collection to his listeners for his latest project. We talk Shimmering Lights in this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
The Jake Bartley Band, from South Carolina, is all about fresh rhythms and soulful, roots oriented music. Their recent CD, Brotherhood, is out now and includes a track with friend Vince Gill. Jake is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Irish traveling folk artist Danny Burns is my guest as we talk about the roots of his music, growing up in Ireland, and his debut CD, North Country.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Brothers Mike, Charlie, and Mark Riddle grew up playing music together - and in their adult years finally came together professionally after a performance at their sister's birthday party. One CD behind them, the trio embarks on new performing journey together while they write new music for their next CD. They are my guests on this edition of A ...…
 
A unique kind of waterproof ground blanket - that's what Ted Swartzbaugh's company, Tarpestry, has created, and he's my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about the product and how it came to be.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Annapolis, MD based Harrison Country has a unique story to tell for sure - learn how Lacrosse trips abroad inspired one songwriting dad to write and record an Americana CD with his entire family. Don Harrison is my guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
We chat with singer songwriter Juliette Dinallo about her life in music and her latest work on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
After five years wandering through the wilderness, God has called me back to the studio for a season to pursue my mission of Encouragement. So here we go, journeying through the daily life together, again.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Crow tribal member, award winning singer/songwriter Cary Morin is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles as we talk about his new CD, When I Rise.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Anya Hinkle, lead singer for the Ashville-based, Appalachian roots band, Tellico, is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
New York Singer/Songwriter Artie Tobia hangs out with us to take about his latest CD, Driven, on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Can't Be Denied is the latest CD from Texas singer / songwriter Mark Wayne Glasmire. Mark and I talk about his new music, and his musical journey on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Rick Monroe's new CD, Smoke Out The Window, is one he's quite proud of. Rick joins me as we talk about that, and the life of a Nashville musician and songwriter.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Rob Smith, band leader of Carrington Kay brings, us up to speed on the band's evolving sound, new songs, and new CD on the way, in this episode of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Jim Stanard's new CD, Bucket List, is exactly that. Although it came later in life, he's proud to accomplish it none-the-less. Jim and I talk life, music, and reaching your goals in this episode of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Join us as we talk to Nashville songwriter/bluegrass artist Billy Droze for this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Darrell Webb joins up to talk about the new group, Applalachian Road Show in this episode of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Alan Bibey has been a noted member of the Bluegrass community since the early 80s. He's been fronting his current band, Grasstowne for nearly 8 years, and their recent CD, Grasstowne 4, yielded three #1 hits. Alan is our guest for this episode of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
The all female super-group featuring Dale Ann Bradley, Tina Adair, Deanie Richardson, Gena Britt, and Beth Lawrence, known as Sister Sadie are my guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles - all five of them.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
The Trinity River Band has a slightly new sound mixed with a whole lot of talent. In this episode I speak with Sara Harris and family about their new album, Unbroken, and the diversity needed to stay relevant as a touring bluegrass band.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Banjo Bones has a new CD, Ghostly Musings from the Delta. He's got a great story about discovering the banjo for the first time - and we talk about it on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Cindy G's roots come from the northern most reaches of Appalachia; specifically southwestern Pennsylvania. Cindy and I talk, not only bluegrass, but her journey through R&B as well, before returning to her first love.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Neal Phillips of Central Florida's Spayed Koolie is our guest on this edition, as we talk about the origins of the band and their Americana/country/southern rock style of music.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Tom Eure's latest CD, The Coin, The Prayer, & The Crow breathes new energy and a revival of spirit into his music. This latest creation is a joyful retrospective of Tom's Celtic and Appalachian influences. In this episode of Americana Music Profiles, Tom and I talk about his musical roots and his new music.…
 
Becky Buller was the 2015 IBMA songwriter and Emerging artist of the year - and the 2016 IBMA Instrumentalist and Vocalist winner; the first ever to win both in the same year! Her new CD, Crepe Paper Heart, her first in four years, is our conversation topic in this episode of Americana Music Profiles.…
 
Rick Lang is a long time hardwoods miller, and noted songwriter too. He's written for many other folks, however he also records his own music, and teaches others about the craft. Rick is my guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Phillip Pappas took inspiration from a successful bout with cancer to propel him into a life of music and doing what he loved most - encouraging people through song. Phillip and his wife, Lauren, form the duo, Mountain Natives. They are my guests on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
In this episode we talk to Jakob's Ferry Stragglers founder, Gary Antol about his musical journey and the band's new CD, Poison River.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Johnny "Chops" Richardson has a day job many dream of - he plays music for another band. But he still has time to write, record, and perform his own music. With his new, self titled CD out, we talk about his own music, and new project in this edition or Americana Music Profiles.By Greg Tutwiler.
 
Sam Karr turned a backyard birthday party into a Southern Ohio tradition - The SamJam Bluegrass festival. Want to know how? Sam is my guest for this edition of Americana Music Profiles!By Greg Tutwiler.
 
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