Somehow I didn’t post this fun and impromptu insider conversation that I had with Tony. I’ll fix that now.
One of a pair of interviews with co-headliners Gretchen Peters and Eliza Gilkyson, who will be performing at Next Stage Arts in Putney VT on April 30 (2017). Between them they have like four Grammy nods and wins, a gajillion awards, almost 40 albums, and a coupla big hearts and brains. The track “Blackbirds” from the album “Blackbirds” and re-released on “The Essential Gretchen Peters” (both on Scarlet Letter Records) is included with the permission of the artist.
One of a pair of interviews with co-headliners Eliza Gilkyson and Gretchen Peters, who will be performing at Next Stage Arts in Putney VT on April 30 (2017). Between them they have like four Grammy nods and wins, a gajillion awards, almost 40 albums, and a coupla big hearts and brains. The track “The Great Correction” from the album “Beautiful World” on Red House Records is included with the permission of the artist.
A good talk with somebody doing good work in the world, Billie Lambdin of Common Vision CSA / Art in Unity, New Hampshire. They’ve got Mother Lover coming up on May 13 (2017), but we also went deeper.
UPDATE. Yeah, so that second hour didn’t go too well. Apologies. We had an IP issue and the whole danged station went down for a couple hours starting right before 8:00. So I’m gonna try to run those interviews again, probably next week.
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First hour this week, not sure yet.
But since I think I’ll be taking a whack at interviewing the Roots On The River performers again this year (see www.rootsontheriver.com for the lineup and all the details), in the 8:00 hour I’m gonna trot out a chat I had with Mary Gauthier, who will be back at the Meeting House to close out the festival again this year, as is tradition. See her website at www.marygauthier.com and her Wikipedia page at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Gauthier
I also had Gurf Morlix in the studio that year before his concert at the Windham Ballroom, so I’m going to make it a 2014 theme. Plus, he produced one of Mary’s albums and played on others. He’s one of those legends that a lot of people haven’t heard of. See his website at www.gurfmorlix.com and scroll through his huge list of credits on Discogs at www.discogs.com/artist/557460-Gurf-Morlix?filter_anv=0&type=Credits