JPR Live Sessions is a weekly series of exciting live in-studio music performances and conversations with artists from many different genres. Recorded in JPR's Steve Nelson Performance Space, the series is hosted and produced by JPR Program/Music Director Eric Teel, who brings over 30 years of experience in music ranging from classical to indie-rock. Over 500 guests have appeared on the series, ranging from Brandi Carlile, Colin Hay and Rosanne Cash to OK Go, Bela Fleck and Jeff Bridges.You ...
The Grid is a live talk-show about photography, Photoshop and other industry-related topics. Each week features a different guest (in-studio or online) and viewers are encouraged to chime in on the Liveblog here on KelbyTV.com or via Twitter by adding #TheGridLive to their tweets.
The Global Founders podcast highlights the work, personal journeys, and profound impact of leaders from every corner of the globe. Guests include business and social entrepreneurs, civil society activists, government officials, and academics. Global Founders is a monthly podcast produced by The Presidential Precinct and hosted by Neal Piper. This podcast is recorded at the Potter Studio at Montpelier, the home to President James Madison, the Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bi ...
Jefferson Studios talks to artists about songs they made, songs they like, and songs they’d like to have made. It’s an inside look into the craft of making music from the artists themselves.
Everyone has a story. Especially when it comes to working in the music world. We’ll speak to people across every role of an artist's team, from the assistants to the CEOs, and across labels, agencies, venues and studios. Learn how these industry professionals got their start, along with the ins and outs of their job, and what advice they have for anyone chasing the dream of working in music.
An ongoing series of conversations with women critics among the ranks of NYIH fellows, covering the role of women in criticism historically and currently, criticism in general, and the work of each guest.
The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/actor joined us to talk about how she's managing her dual careers, and to play a few songs from her new album The Supporting Character.By Eric Teel
Slim's new album Strawberry Mansion references the neighborhood where both of his grandfathers lived. It's a collection of tunes that help remind us that we're all part of what he calls a collective 'Mighty Soul.' He joined us from his home in Nashville to play a few tunes from the record.By Eric Teel
The Brooklyn singer/songwriter joined us from her loft for a few tunes from her new album called sincerely, e, which was recorded in that very space.By Eric Teel
The Lumineers co-founder, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Fraites' joined us from his home in Turin, Italy share a few tunes from his new solo debut album called Piano, Piano.By Eric Teel
Episode Notes The Presidential Precinct is fortunate to have John Olajide, Founder and CEO of Axxess, as a part of its global network. We welcome John on the Global Founders Podcast as he shares about leadership journey from Nigeria to Dallas, Texas. You won't want to miss this conversation, packed with good words for any entrepreneur or community …
The New Zealand-based electronic, folk and R&B artist joined us early on a Saturday morning in Wellington to talk about her transition from bedroom producer to playing festivals around the world. She also performed a few tunes from her new album called Archetypes.By Eric Teel
The New York trio joined us from their home in Brooklyn to gather around one mic for a few songs from their new EP called Now Is The Time.By Eric Teel
The young British sensation joined us to share a few songs from her highly touted debut album Collapsed in Sunbeams.By Eric Teel
Of her new album Girls I Used To Be, the Los Angeles singer/songwriter says "I feel like I finally had something to say again."By Eric Teel
It's hard to believe there's an artist whose "other" songs have been streamed hundreds of millions of times, but for Passenger (aka Michael Rosenberg) the worldwide hit Let Her Go set a new bar.By Eric Teel
Now 30 years into a celebrated career, the multi-faceted singer/songwriter has released a new covers album that showcases some oft-requested tunes he enjoys playing for friends and family.By Eric Teel
The singer/songwriter has taken the last year to refocus on her own personal well being, and on moving forward with a new album and a new home base. She joined us to share a few tunes from her upcoming solo album.By Eric Teel
The brilliant multi-instrumentalist and singer joined us from his home in Nashville for some virtuosic bluegrass picking with help from his wife Sierra Hull.By Eric Teel
An array mbira is certainly not the first choice for most performers, but in the hands of Joachim Cooder, it has become a remarkable musical tool full of color and nuance. On his new album Over That Road I'm Bound, Cooder sets old folk tunes of Uncle Dave Macon in an all new way.By Eric Teel
Singer/songwriter Serena Ryder has seen it all. The highest highs. The lowest lows. On her new album The Art Of Falling Apart, Ryder addresses her lifelong journey to wellness head-on through a collection of retro-inspired pop.By Eric Teel
The Broadway star and multiple Tony Award nominee joined us to talk about how he first discovered his love of music and performing, and to perform a few tunes for us live. His debut EP called Guarantee is out now.By Eric Teel
Toronto singer Elise LeGrow joined us to perform some tunes from her upcoming album, a follow-up to 2018's incredible Playing Chess.By Eric Teel
The Long Beach-based singer/songwriter has made a powerful statement of protest on her new album Woman In Color.By Eric Teel