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Best Americana Podcasts We Could Find
Best Americana Podcasts We Could Find
Here you’ll enjoy everything from discussions on famous American artists, including Jason Isbell, Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, Willie Nelson, John Prine, The Avett Brothers and more, to the history of Americana music, latest news and other talking points; so why not sink your teeth into these great podcasts.
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Americana Podcast: The 51st State is a platform dedicated to sharing and expanding on the Americana genre's roots, reach, and definition. Each episode is told from the point of view of the musicians that have dedicated their lives to it. Robert Earl Keen, Americana pioneer and host, interviews musicians, exploring their unique histories, creative processes, successes, failures, and everything in between.
 
Never offended by the outlaws, Ninebullets Radio walks the well worn dusty streets of the Americana musical scene by day stopping at every drinking song and murder ballad along the way. By night Ninebullets Radio isn’t afraid to get its feet muddy traipsing through the Mississippi delta looking for the jukejoints featuring tattooed kids putting their own punk skin on a genre made famous by greats like T-Model Ford, Pinetop Perkins & R.L. Burnside. Come find your new favorite band.
 
Bear and a Banjo is a new musical podcast that tells the incredibly tall tale of a band that time forgot. Although history may have left them behind, Bear and Banjo rubbed shoulders with some of the greatest musical icons in history—from Leadbelly and Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Little Richard and Bob Dylan— unwittingly influencing the course of 20th century Americana. All their adventures are meticulously archived and presented by Dr. Q, played by Dennis Quaid. Bear and a Banjo features an ori ...
 
The Ecclectricty of Pacific Street Blues and Americana weaves together a divergent mix of old and new blues against a texture of Americana roots and the rock bands you either grew up with...or wish you had. Pacific St. Blues and Americana is a highly knowledgeable, Omaha centric, radio show for those that hold a lust in their hearts to hear new music that is anchored in the love and lore from the blues to those halcyon music daze gone-by. In 2010 PSB&A received a prestigious Keeping the Blue ...
 
New Slang is (mostly) an interview-based podcast hosted by music journalist Thomas Mooney. For the most part, it's an hour-long conversation with singer-songwriters, musicians, and bands within the Americana, country, folk, and rock realms. We discuss influences, albums, songwriting, and all things within that artist's life. Thomas Mooney has been published in the likes of Texas Monthly, Rolling Stone Country, Lone Star Music Magazine, Texas Music Magazine, Wide Open Country, and several oth ...
 
The largest variety of Bluegrass , Bluegrass Gospel and Americana on the web streaming 24 hours a day and hosted by many hosts from throughout the world. We have approximately 40 shows and hosts. Also, 91.7 FM Community Radio serving in and around the Claxton, Tennessee area.
 
Two podcasts each month featuring recent album releases. BLUES TIME presents its discerning play-list of rich acoustic and electric blues. ROOTS RENDEZVOUS brings you a selection from the genres of roots, alt. country, folk, Americana and indie rock. Produced by David Stoeckel. Podcasting roots and blues music since 2005. Recorded in the Bowen Studio located in beautiful suburban Adelaide, South Australia.
 
Magaly Alvarado Associate Director of Hispanic Unity of Florida and a special guest invited to talk about getting prepared for your U.S. Citizenship Interview. This information and tips are for everyone, especially those Legal permanent Residents eligible to apply for the U.S. citizenship. For more information and more resources please visit our website:https://hufcitizen.org/Our phone number is: (954)964-8884
 
North Americana hits the road, unearthing surprising stories that connect Americans and Canadians, then sharing insider travel tips for those who might want to go too. Award-winning journalist Liz Beatty hosts inviting along some great American storytellers and expert guests.
 
Sessions From Studio A is a local program dedicated to showcasing regional and touring musicians, featuring performances recorded in our very own Studio A in DeKalb. To learn more, visit our site at https://www.northernpublicradio.org/topic/sessions-studio The program presents genres of music ranging from folk to indie rock, blues, alternative country, Americana, world music and more, in a way that provides the listener with a live concert experience. Hosted by Spencer Tritt, these performan ...
 
We are a UK based ‘virtual folk club’ producing podcasts in two formats: - Conversation and live music with selected guest musicians. The music is mainly acoustic in the folk or singer/songwriter genre. Occasionally we go 'off-piste' with guests who are poets, politicians, writers, storytellers etc where there may be no music at all. - Radio shows, mainly music with some commentary. Each episode is a re-run the most recent Invisible Folk Club radio show syndicated weekly to four community st ...
 
Learn English the fun way—by listening to a podcast in English! Plain English is a program that you can understand! Join Jeff twice a week for an American English podcast about current events, such as American culture, travel, business, technology, politics and sports. The episodes also help you learn English vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, English grammar and other expressions. Best of all, the show goes at the right speed for you—just a little bit slower than native speech. By listening ...
 
The ultimate country music insider podcast. Each Monday, the Country Music Media Podcast features guests involved in timely issues who are willing to offer refreshing candor, unparalleled expertise and rare insight into the singers, songs and stories that define country music today. Journalists and hosts from radio, print, digital and country music trade publications will join the Country Music Media Podcast with information and anecdotes that slipped away, but shouldn’t have. On Thursday, h ...
 
Americana music. Let’s just call it American roots music, combining country, blues, bluegrass, folk, R&B and rock. So, most anything – but I usually like a bit of twang to my music. “Americana” was originally a marketing term for a broad spectrum of musical styles that didn’t fit into the mainstream radio genres; debate still rages as to what kind of music it actually describes. Join me every week, and explore with me this ever-inclusive “genre” – so much good music to play, so little time! ...
 
Here at Paper Street, we are constantly trying to push ourselves: to write more music, different songs, telling different stories, emotions and experiences. We are constantly trying to think of ways to better connect with the people who take time out of their days to listen to us, and to let them connect with us - a means to bring our listeners closer - closer to each other, closer to us - and to bring us closer to you. We throw quite a few of those ideas away, but we're confident that this ...
 
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Janis Joplin, Eddie Rabbit, Charlie Musselwhite and The Weavers — all on the same radio show? And what a show it is! The latest edition of The Big Fat Wide Americana Hour is online now! The best music variety online. All genres, all eras — all great! Click now to listen to the show. And crank it! — M.D. #bigfatwideamericanahour #mdspenser…
 
17.Dave Alvin / Beautiful City Across the River18.Jon Lawton / Built on Sand19.Matt Cox / Polyurthene20.Bonnie Raitt / Something to Talk About 19.Bruce Springsteen / Ghosts 20.Nancy Wilson (Heart) / The Rising 21.Rhiannon Giddens / At the Purchasers Option22.Keb Mo / Wake Up Everybody 23.Curtis Salgado / The Longer That I Live24.Selwyn Birchwood / …
 
Define a physician specialist. It is an impossible task according to Dr. Paula Muto because all physicians are highly trained specialists, no matter which field they pursue. Dr. Muto is an accomplished surgeon who founded UBERDOC, a service for connecting cash pay patients to specialists across the country without the interference of 3rd party paye…
 
Zach Russell joins host Will Payne Harrison to talk about his newest EP The Creek. Zach's EP features members of Tyler Childers' band The Food Stamps and was produced by Kyle Crownover. They talk about starting a really bad jazz trio, touching Willie Nelson's guitar, and how terrifying playing in front of a crowd of 6,000 people can be.Are you a fa…
 
Shin Ramyun with cheese. Photo credit: Quincy Surasmith This is the second part of our comfort food episode. In the previous episode, we focused on the ways food traditions get passed down through families, communities, and cookbooks, and the way they adapt over time. Today, we look at how simple foods, convenience foods, and even fast food restaur…
 
Episode 24 of Ninebullets Radio: Here is the playlist [Artist – Song (Album)]: 01. Blues Saraceno - Bad Man (Outlaw Blues 2) 02. Brandi Carlile - Take Me Home, Country Roads (Single) 03. Casper Allen - Stars Like Solids (Vol. 1) 04. Melissa Carper (feat. Brennen Leigh & Jeff Taylor) - Makin' Memories (Single) 05. Passenger - Suzanne (Songs For The …
 
John Craigie began his career like many artists of the early 2000’s- playing in coffee shops up and down the coast of California with the occasional intrastate appearances in other coffee shops. during this time, Craigie honed his craft as a songwriter but also took the time to develop a real stage experience. looking to artists he admired such as …
 
Kerry Patrick Clark/A Fact's a Fact/What a Show Lucky Valentine/Little Bird/Lion In The Garden Bill Scorzari/Cypress Tree/Now I'm Free The Rough & Tumble/My Inheritance/We're Only Family If You Say So Tom Parsada-Rao/$20 Bill (For George Floyd)/Single) Jaime Michaels/In My Home /Single Dawn Pemberton, Moira Smiley, Karla Mundy, Jake Asaro, Gregory …
 
Show #487 Bobby Dove - Chance in Hell (Hopeless Romantic) The Barlow - Fixin' to Run (Horseshoe Lounge) Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen - Am FM (Hold my Beer, vol. 2) John Paul Keith - Love Love Love (The Rhythm of the City) (mic break) Spencer Burton - Memories We Won't Soon Forget (Coyote) Pony Bradshaw - Calico Jim (Calico Jim) Chelsea Williams - Fffu…
 
Better late than never!!! Hey! Vote for me in the Self Made Indie Podcast Awards for Best Music Podcast, Best Female Host, and Best Patreon here! Voting ends on 2/28! Album of the Week: Ben Trickey -- We Are Not Lucky We Are Blessed Ben Trickey’s newest album, We Are Not Lucky We Are Blessed, is his finest effort to date. It’s making me do things I…
 
Something different this week. We'll be reflecting on the Spring Issue of a magazine that cuts through the heart of what we love doing here on both Blue Moon Americana as well as Deeper Roots. There are a handful of publications that make the cut but No Depression magazine is truly special and the Spring 2021 issue is something to revel in. The wri…
 
German-born, Nashville-based “roots” singer-songwriter and producer Thomm Jutz samples selections from his new two-volume, Grammy nominated album of suberb co-writes and beautifully complimentary instrumental and vocal backings.By Thomm Jutz
 
German-born, Nashville-based “roots” singer-songwriter and producer Thomm Jutz samples selections from his new two-volume, Grammy nominated album of suberb co-writes and beautifully complimentary instrumental and vocal backings.By Thomm Jutz
 
Paralysis by Analysis is the new album out now from DeKalb artist Mark Walters, also known as Kram. Join us for this week's show featuring music from that album and more, performed live in WNIJ's Studio A. We'll also talk with Mark Walters about his background, inspirations, and about writing and producing Paralysis by Analysis . Find more from Mar…
 
On Episode 164, I'm joined by Linda Jean Stokley and Montana Hobbs of The Local Honeys. Earlier this month, the Kentucky old-time duo released a pair of new songs--"Dying to Make a Living" and "Octavia Triangle"--that are drenched in history and lore while maintaining a level of relevancy for these modern times. There's a timelessness that resonate…
 
Sydnee has often had questionable tastes in movies *cough* Grease 2 *cough*, and this week's choice, according to the movie critics, is no different. "Now and Then," was not an extremely popular flick back in the day, and there's a lot to unpack to figure out why. Also, is it the spinoff to "It?" Maybe? Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvell…
 
Dave and Austin are back again for the sequel to the greatest podcast to ever hit those ear holes. This week we're introducing some new segments! We have million dollar ideas to share and things to be excited for. Battle royale and building ultra depressing cities. Our venture into tik tok delivers some interesting content linktr.ee/vaultboys…
 
" Everyone knows about the mega American fast-food chains like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s. But America’s regional chain restaurants are some of the most loved. Several of these chains hail the type of enthusiasts that sport sweatshirts with the restaurant’s logo and post selfies while eating there on social media. Warning: this lesson mig…
 
Luke Combs apologized for associating himself with the Confederate Flag but that's the least interesting thing about the story from last week. If you look closely, you'll learn something from the antagonist in this story, Ryan Upchurch. Billy Dukes explains how the whole thing is a lesson in fair and balanced journalism but not for the reasons you …
 
Kelsey Waldon is a singer/songwriter living in Nashville TN. A native of Kentucky, her singing and writing style are reminiscent of the long musical history of that state. Over the last few years she has been releasing recordings on the late John Prine’s record label called “Oh Boy” Records. I had a chance to talk with her about her most recent rel…
 
It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Some fabulous lady singers, some traditional folk, plus a singer described by Tom Waits as having 'a unique and original American voice' Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours i…
 
An interview with Mike Agranoff. Originally recorded on 2/14/21 on The Catskills Cafe (WIOX radio) Mike Agranoff/The Highway/Ain't Never Been Plugged Mike Agranoff/Chattanooga Choo Choo/live Mike Agranoff/The Ballad Of The White Seal Maid /Or Would You Rather Get A Job? Mike Agranoff /Gypsy Davey, One Year After/...Or Would You Rather Get A Job? Mi…
 
This week, the fellas solve fascism, video games and hollow gestures towards racial equality by corporations. How did we survive as a society before Road Sodas? There is simply no way to know. Probably through luck. Now get out there and argue with each other the way God intended! Tune in! Also, finally get the answer to that age old question, "him…
 
" Normally, species evolve or thousands, or even millions, of generations. Evolution occurs far too slowly for humans to observe it happening in our relatively short lifetimes. But one species in Australia is evolving differently and faster than scientists have ever seen, and they are also causing all sorts of problems. Plus, learn “pick up.” -- At…
 
On Episode 163, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Simon Flory. The Fort Worth-based Flory is releasing his latest album, Haul These Blues Away. Built around Flory's gift for country narrative, short story character sketches, and Flory's rural vernacular, Haul These Blues Away is an unassuming charmer--unassuming only because Flory's more interested i…
 
This week on the Country Music Media Podcast: If I gave you $1 million to invest in a country singer’s career, who would you choose? You don’t have to put it all in one bucket. You could give 20 percent to Thomas Rhett, 20 percent to Maren Morris, 20 percent to Blake Shelton. He’s as big as it gets so that has to be a safe investment, right? What a…
 
On this week's "CBS Sunday Morning," Ted Koppel sits down with community leaders and healthcare workers to explore the roots of COVID-19 vaccine skepticism. Seth Doane speaks to Paolo Fazioli. Chip Reid reports on the Columbian Harmony Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Nancy Giles interviews Academy Award-winning actress Ellen Burstyn. Nicholas Thompson…
 
Pacific St Blues & Americana / February 21, 20211.Faces / Love in Vain2.Chris Thomas King / Possession Over Judgement Day3.Robert Johnson / Hell Hound on My Trail 4.Pinetop Perkins & Bob Margolin / Kind Hearted Woman5.Elmore James / Dust My Broom 6.Honeyboy Edwards / Walkin' Blues 7.Honeyboy talks about playing with Robert Johnson8.John Mellencamp …
 
Dar Williams/After All /Many Great Companions (Bonus Track Version) Mike Mitchell/Calling Me/single Cary Morin and Ghost Dog/Trust/ single Non Duo/In Your Eyes/ In Your Eyes Ignacio Lusardi Monteverde/Departure/Del Canto Gitano - Music of Ancient Andalusia Reggie Harris/It's Who We Are /Single Daniel Crabtree/Life of a Railroad Man/ /The Way I See …
 
For the first time, every member of Paper Street Music Company sits down together to record this episode of the Paper Street Post! We gathered during the depth of the Pandemic last year to talk about our “new normal,” life during the pandemic, being a creative individual in quarantine, the quality of sourdough bread, and losing friendships over Mon…
 
While the clouds of war and fascism were spreading in earnest across Europe, here at home the movies Stagecoach, The Wizard of Oz, and Gone With The Wind premiered and Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath was first published. Lou Gehrig bid farewell, A pound of hamburger cost 14 cents and the average price of a new car was $700. And the music was both dance…
 
Maria Muldaur, Jesse Winchester and John Mellencamp — all on the same show? You know it! The new edition of The Big Fat Wide Americana Hour is online now. The best in blues, folk, soul, pop, country and more. All genre, all eras — all great! Click now to listen to the show And crank it! — M.D. #bigfatwideamericanahour #mdspenser…
 
I made some found poems out of the song titles! Hope you enjoy! Album of the Week: Casper Allen -- The Magnolia Sessions Casper Allen's got the perfect singing voice -- and his writing and playing aren't too far behind. This live recording, including some older songs and new songs that are being prepped for his solo debut, finds Allen at his rawest…
 
Glory Days is a high-energy pop punk and alternative band from the Chicago suburb of Wauconda. Their debut record "The Roads We've Traveled" was released in 2016, shortly after the band's formation, and they've released a string of singles in the past few years. The band shows no signs of slowing down - they have plans for a new EP to be released i…
 
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 …
 
" Many people around the world are now accustomed to wearing face masks daily, but an unexpected side effect of this new norm is difficulty communicating. Not only do face masks make it harder to understand someone’s voice clearly, they also make it much more difficult to read facial expressions. Today, we’re discussing some tips to communicate whi…
 
This week on the Country Music Media Podcast, how the pandemic has exposed the troubles in forming, marketing and maintaining a band. Nearly a dozen country bands or duos have underwent changes, quit, disappeared or floundered since early 2020. There's a reason for it and it underscores why moving forward bands are a bad bet. Billy argues that just…
 
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