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American Songcatcher

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American Songcatcher

Nicholas Edward Williams

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Tracing the roots of American music from its emigrated past to artists playing the songs forward. Join folk singer-songwriter Nicholas Edward Williams, where each episode uncovers unique stories and lesser-known facts behind five songs, spanning from centuries ago to those carrying tradition today. Then, as folk artists have always done, Williams re-creates them. From European immigrants, to songs of the South: Gospel, Ragtime, Blues, Country, and the Folk music derived from it all. Hear sto ...
 
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Broadway to Main Street

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Broadway to Main Street

Laurence Maslon

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Hosted by Laurence Maslon, BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET is a weekly radio program devoted to the greatest songs of the American Musical Theater. Originating from WPPB 88.3FM on Long Island's East End, each weekly episode celebrates the shows, stars, songwriters, and cultural phenomena that makes Broadway a legendary place. Music taken from classic original cast albums, film, cabaret, rare recordings, and unique interpretations, with commentary, guest appearances, and news from Broadway.
 
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my American friend

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my American friend

Marta Innocenti

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"my American friend" : English language blog and podcast. Learning English by using it to explore the American and European cultures, habits and lifestyle. The Italian singer/songwriter Marta Innocenti and her American friend Cindy are going to help you improve the language while taking you into a pleasant journey on both sides of the Atlantic ocean. www.myamericanfriendblog.com myAmericanfriendpodcast@gmail.com twitter: mAf_podcast youtube channel : myAmericanfriendblog facebook page : my A ...
 
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Something Better

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Something Better

Amy Loftus

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Inspired by the staggering statistic that over half of American women are living without a spouse for the first time in history, Something Better is singer/songwriter Amy Loftus’ solution to exploring behaviors aligned with the inner masculine and feminine energies that helped her find true love. Amy believes conscious use of these energies is not only how to attract lasting love, but how to maintain a healthy happy marriage.
 
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As a tribute to the greatest songwriter of Broadway's last half-century, we remember Stephen Sondheim with an encore of this 2018 broadcast--a musical march through the 20th Century, from the maestro's point of view. A special new memorial broadcast will appear next week.
 
BONUS: Side B Since releasing the podcast, I’ve had a lot of people ask if the renditions at the end of each segment will be released, or streamable. Well I’m happy to say that over the last six months, I’ve been hard at work on a traditional record called Folk Songs For Old Times’ Sake, that is now available on all platforms, as well as limited ed…
 
Since releasing the podcast, I’ve had a lot of people ask if the renditions at the end of each segment will be released, or streamable. Well I’m happy to say that over the last six months, I’ve been hard at work on a traditional record called Folk Songs For Old Times’ Sake, that is now available on all platforms, as well as limited edition vinyl. S…
 
Our annual Halloween special on "Blood-vay to Main Street" actually falls on Halloween this year--scary, kids!! Count Larry Maslon takes you on a tour of show tunes sung to characters in The Great Beyond--ghosts, ghouls, and zombies (sort of) from Carousel, Les Misèrables, The Lion King and more.
 
New traditional record, releasing November 2nd: FOLK SONGS FOR OLD TIMES’ SAKE Featured in this Episode: Traditional - “Lil' Liza Jane” (:28) Dock Boggs (11:22) Snooks Eaglin (25:54) Nina Simone (43:36) Billy Strings (1:04:18) Teaser: Today, this song is a standard in New Orleans brass bands as well as old-time music, but its earliest iterations st…
 
Featured in this Episode: Traditional - “Down by The Riverside” (00:27) Mance Lipscomb (10:28) Ramblin’ Jack Elliot (23:31) Emmylou Harris (45:17) Chris Thile (57:27) Teaser: After the civil war, songs such as these were created and sung from Alabama to Ohio for a perilous journey through the Underground Railroad, where the enslaved were in pursuit…
 
Our annual celebration of film composers is brought to a new level with our guest Steven C. Smith, who conducts us on a tour of great composers--Max Steiner, David Raksin, Bernard Herrmann, and more--and their work on film and on stage.
 
It’s still here. We welcome the return of live productions on Broadway with a bouquet of songs celebrating indomitability, change, and survival. Some of Broadway’s greatest—Merman, Streisand, Hudson, Bacall, Jolson, and more—clear the decks for a bright and rosy future.
 
Goddard Lieberson produced some of the most admired and beloved Broadway cast albums of all time at Columbia Records: South Pacific, My Fair Lady, A Little Night Music, A Chorus Line and more. A toast to the highlights of his incredible achievements.
 
For the final collaboration of the “Sitting In” miniseries, I’m excited to share a fantastic multi-instrumentalist, fluent in clawhammer banjo and slide blues guitar, named Cristina Vane. Born in Italy, and living many places overseas before arriving in America at 18 years old, Cristina accumulated a wealth of culture and a diverse range of songs b…
 
Today on the program will be my sixth guest for the “Sitting In” mini-series, Jody Carroll. Jody is a performer and songwriter who effortlessly creates bold interpretations of old Blues and American Folk music, and makes them his own improvisational musical journeys. He’s a finger-style and slide guitar master, and a soulful singer blending flavors…
 
The fifth edition of the “Sitting In” miniseries features a new project by international touring Irish musician Dylan Walshe. Steeped in the traditions of folk, Irish, Blues, Singer-songwriter and roots music, Dylan has received wide acclaim from all over, including Dave King of Flogging Molly who has said that “The future of songwriting is safe in…
 
Good people! I'm so pleased to share my fourth guest to embark on this “Sitting In” mini-series, a local legend in my neck of the woods, Chattanooga’s own Lon Eldridge. Harboring a unique blend of traditional pre-war blues, ragtime, jazz and swing, Lon has spent the last two decades evoking the styles of those who laid the framework of these genres…
 
Hey Folks! I’m so pleased to share the 3rd act of this “Sitting In” miniseries with you, none other than the inimitable Willi Carlisle. A multi-faceted writer, performer, and instrumentalist, Willi has spent the last several years collecting folklore, playing or calling square dances, and working in the avant-garde. He’s a folksinger with a style f…
 
A tribute to one of the American Musical Theatre's most ambitious songwriters. We're joined by Steven Blier, artistic director of the New York Festival of Song, plus amazing renditions of Blitzstein's work by Patti LuPone, Rosemary Clooney, Audra McDonald, Paul Robeson and more.
 
Hey Folks! I’m thrilled to share the second part of the “Sitting In” mini-series, where I hand over the podcast reins to some of my folky friends, so that they can share a story that ties into music preservation and play a few songs in line with their story. My guest today is Sparrow, who along with her partner Keith, leads the Asheville, NC group …
 
Today, I’m delighted to share the first “Sitting In” mini-series episode with you, where I’ve handed the podcast reins over to a music preservationist and performer. First up, is a story of the African American spiritual turned protest song called “We Shall Not Be Moved”, written and spoken by Matthew Sabatella. Matthew’s mission is to “connect peo…
 
Everything is rosie with our expansive tribute to this beloved star of stage (Bye Bye Birdie) and screen (Mary Poppins, etc.). Guest selections include Chita Rivera, Mary Tyler Moore, and of course Julie Andrews--plus some Dick Van Dyke show tune rarities!
 
We're celebrating what would have been "Tony Sunday" with a festival of the most honored Tony Award winners--performers who have won multiple medallions: Audra McDonald, Angela Lansbury, Nathan Lane, John Cullum, Chita Rivera and many more.
 
Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Jay Cobb Anderson, co-founder of the group Fruition, who has been making big waves in the major festival circuit during the last decade with blends of traditional sounds, contemporary folk and bluegrass, and most recently the roots of rock an…
 
Our Memorial Day Weekend tribute to the servicemen and servicewomen who fought and died for our country--expressed in songs by George M. Cohan, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hammerstein among others, with a finale of the heart-rending "Ballad for Americans."
 
Today, I’m delighted to share a talk I had with mandolin prodigy and Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Sierra Hull. Accomplishing more in her first 28 years of life than most could over a few lifetimes, Sierra made her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 10, played Carnegie Hall at age 12, then landed a deal with Rounder …
 
Today, I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with Oliver Wood. Since 2004, Oliver has been the frontman of The Wood Brothers, blurring the boundaries between folk, gospel, country-soul, and blues, earning an international audience and a Grammy Award-nomination along the way. Alongside his brother Chris Wood, of Medeski Martin and Wood…
 
When I first set out with this podcast there were a few people in particular that I wanted to talk to, and today's guest is at the top of that list. David Holt is a four-time Grammy winner, multi-instrumentalist, and for 14 years performed as a duo on banjo with the legendary Doc Watson. He’s spent his life learning, performing and telling stories …
 
In time for Mother's Day, a personal souvenir of the show tunes I learned from my mom: classics from A Little Night Music, My Fair Lady, South Pacific and from great singers such as Paul Robeson, Gertrude Lawrence, and Steve Lawrence.
 
Featured in this Episode: Traditional - “The Cuckoo” (:27) Willie Nelson - “Lucky Old Sun’” (13:30) Jerry Garcia - “Walkin’ Boss” (31:40) Blaze Foley - “Oval Room” (52:50) Jontavious Willis - “Pistol Slappin’ Blues” (1:12:38) Teaser: This traditional tune is based off of England’s oldest known documented song, dating back to the 13th century, cente…
 
Today on the program, I have the distinct pleasure of sharing a wonderful conversation I had with Leah Song, one half of the world folk fusion group Rising Appalachia. Over the last decade, Rising Appalachia has reimagined a huge body of traditional songs to a massive audience over the seven records they’ve released since forging their musical path…
 
An hour from Kurt Weill’s extraordinarily inventive Broadway catalogue. Original renditions combine with new interpretations by such performers as Mary Martin, Gertrude Lawrence, Melissa Errico, Lotte Lenya, Donna Murphy—even the composer himself.
 
Return to the thrilling days of yesteryear, when Broadway stars ruled the radio airwaves! Here's an all-star line-up of great Broadway performers and songwriters delivering rare and exciting moments only heard live on radio: Bob Hope, Judy Garland, Eddie Cantor, Ethel Merman, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Groucho Marx, and many more.…
 
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