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Depuis 2005: The Big Cactus Country Radio Show est une emission d'une heure specialement consacree au meilleur de la musique americaine: Country Music, Folk, Americana, Rockabilly, Bluegrass, Southern Rock. Un programme hebdomadaire produit et anime par Johnny Da Piedade et Alison Hebert pour les News de Nashville. Le Big Cactus Country Radio Show est diffuse chaque semaine sur 140 radios partenaires du BCC en France, Reunion Island, St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Belgium, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, ...
 
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Charles Wesley Godwin joins cohost Will Payne Harrison to talk about his new album How The Mighty Fall. They talk about songwriting, touring and the importance of taking breaks for your family. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with a friend. You can also reach out to Wil…
 
It's Black Friday here in Sonoma County and we don't really know what to expect. Worn out from the ongoing pandemic, we're still moderating here but we very much need music to help us light the way. We like to make that possible on Friday mornings on KOWS when we find another free form collection full of small themes and nuggets. With a sprinkling …
 
We’ll be settling into some classic country sounds from the golden age alongside some contemporary sounds that stay steadfast in a sound that rings true and authentic. We’ll hear some classics from Wynn Stewart, Buck Owens, Waylon Jennings, Webb Pierce and others. There will be plenty of original sounds from BR5-49 and Chuck Mead, k.d. lang, Don Ed…
 
Todd Tilghman joins host Will Payne Harrison to talk about his new music and a new book Every Little Win that he wrote with his wife Brooke Tilghman. You may know Todd from winning season 18 of NBC's The Voice. Formerly a pastor, Todd has now gone full time into music and is here to talk about his recent experiences after winning The Voice last yea…
 
Wild in the streets…well, we’re also wild in the bars, the dance halls, the backyards, and everywhere else for that matter. We’ll be revisiting the crazy ones…the excitable ones…the hot clubs where the bad boys and bad girls are burning the candle. Tune in for some fairly wild doin’s with Mabel Scott, The Louvins, Clarence Palmer and the Jive Bombe…
 
November arrives which means winter is fast approaching with (we hope) a need to break out the umbrellas, clean the gutters, and let the cycle of renewal begin. Our show this week is a free form collection of sounds from the past century highlighted by a couple of topical sets, some somber, some hopeful, but all with a blending of Americana. We’ll …
 
We’re recovering from a pretty substantial rain from an atmospheric river and bomb cyclone. What those meteorologists won’t come up with in the way of scary names. Well, the creek did rise and we’re stillin a drought. Imagine that. Smaller doses more consistently would be the answer to that. And speaking of scary….Halloween offers some fun in the d…
 
The year 1948 saw the price of a first class stamp at three cents and unemployment in post-war America was at a low 3.9%. The Hollywood Ten were jailed for contempt of Congress when they refused to disclose Communist affiliations. And Columbia Records introduced the 33 1/3 LP at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The LP is still the standard by whic…
 
This week, we pay a long overdue tribute to John Prine while celebrating the 75th year of his birth which came up on the calendar this week. One of the losses that reverberates among us all is the loss of John Prine to COVID in April, 2020, at the beginning of this long and painful pandemic. We’re paying our tributes at the same time that a his lab…
 
A bit of a departure this week as we celebrate a mix of mayhem from the fuzzed out garage bands, greasy ducktails, oddball instrumentalists and mostly mondo misses tempered with a good dose of surf confection this week. We’re celebrating the three chord sensibilities of mid-century rock and roll rockabilly, surf, and proto-punk spit-ballers. They’r…
 
Korby Lenker joins the podcast to talk about his 8th studio album Man in the Maroon, acting and writing. Korby has released seven studio albums, toured nationally and internationally up to 200 dates a year, published a 2015 collection of short stories, Medium Hero, created and stars in a developing television series, Morse Code. He has won or been …
 
It’s a deep dive we’re taking today into the digital dustbin of the past century with the focus being on fretwork, string bending, bottlenecks and tripping the lap steel fantastic. That’s right…a collection of fascinating tonal embellishments that cross the genres of country, jazz, blues, folk and pop. Our show this morning will feature some Lonnie…
 
September is waning as we share our last show of the month. Join Dave Stroud live at 9 Pacific from the KOWS studios in downtown Santa Rosa for a free form stream of sounds as we make our way across to visit an eclectic collection of sounds. This week we’ll share a little bit of soul with Sugar Pie DeSanto and The Four Tops, some throwback sixties …
 
Drop by to play along with the second of a two-part episode exploring an eclectic blend of boogie woogie, in the key of rhythm and blues. There will be enough piano pounding, toe-tapping, and slick percussion to feed the need for musical speed in our show this week. The usual suspects will keep the line moving and we’ll also bring out some old favo…
 
Alvin Garrett joins Co-Host India Ramey on the podcast to talk about his new album The Lightness of Love. Alvin has been featured on People.com, American Songwriter as well as Fox Soul's "The Book of Sean". Join India Ramey as she speaks to Alvin Garrett about his newest album. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by ra…
 
While the origin of the term is in debate, there are numerous stories that almost make sense but cannot be verified. However, 20th century blues, country and rock and roll were rife with the reference and it turned into a guitar lick, a piano run, and a salty reference on the standup. Deeper Roots will be spending time with the country versions, in…
 
Deeper Roots goes free form this week with some classic country and blues right alongside tradition. From Pee Wee King to Memphis Minnie and Robert “Barbecue Bob” Hicks to Chuck Wills…we’ve got the goods. We’ll fill our Friday two hours with a delightful collection of music from the past one hundred years, live from the Cherry Street Historic Distr…
 
Hannah Juanita joins host India Ramey for her debut episode hosting the podcast. They talk about Hannah's latest album Hardliner, shooting her new music video, living on a farm in Washington, and finally making her back home to Tennessee. "It's not Throwback Country, it's Comeback Country" - Hannah Juanita. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let…
 
Not exactly sure what ‘groove juice’ is, but for the purposes of our show full of sass and novelty, we’ll just suggest you make it what you want it. It’s a whimsical, sometimes bawdy, morning collection of the past 100 years of jazz, folk, country, and pop (with a little who-knows-what-that-is thrown in). We’ve got poodles, big feet, Ovaltine, four…
 
It’s a songwriter’s showcase this morning on Deeper Roots. Country music songwriters Lefty Frizell, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Hank Cochran, and Hank Williams are highlighted in a show that features covers by their contemporaries (and a few from the recent past) including Iris DeMent, Ernest Tubb, Billy Walker, Bob Dylan, Rosanne Cash, and at le…
 
Sinners, singing and swinging is the theme we’re bringing you as we approach the dog days of summer in yet another season of COVID. In a show refactored for these new and dangerous times we raise the level of the gospel message with influential performers from the past century like Blind Willie Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, The Louvin Brothers, and some…
 
This episode Dominique Pruitt joins host Will Payne Harrison to talk about her new EP Praying for Rain. Produced and co-written by Joseph Holiday, Praying for Rain trills the universal story of the struggle to follow a dream, set to a stylistic medley of spaghetti western, rockabilly, classic country, and surf rock (with a murder ballad for good me…
 
It’s one of the novelty topics but that’s only whistling in the graveyard now, isn’t it? An episode of vipers and wild nights backstage, a reflection of the party atmosphere and the debauchery that would often take place after long nights of performing and jiving. We’ll also touch on the devil’s weed, as it was once known before the recognition of …
 
Tall Paul and Kristie join Will Payne Harrison to talk about their new album Whiskey & Wine. They talk about their writing process, working with Grammy nominated and award winning artists and producers on their new record, and that one time Tall Paul met Townes Van Zandt. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating a…
 
Shay Martin Lovette joins Will Payne Harrison on the podcast to talk about his new album Scatter & Gather produced by Joseph Terrell of Mipso. They talk about touring, selling his camper to fund the new record and more. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with a friend. Add…
 
Adeem the Artist joins the podcast to talk about their newest release Cast Iron Pansexual, lifting up LGBTQ and BIPOC members in Country music and their beef with Joe Biden personally taking down old albums from streaming. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with a friend. …
 
Volk joins Will Payne Harrison on the podcast to talk about their newest record Cashville out May 28th on Romanus Records. They talk about getting back out on the road safely, writing and recording the album and more! Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with a friend. Addit…
 
Elijah Ocean joins Will Payne Harrison on the podcast to talk about his new band The Rose Petals and their newest album American Grenadine as well as officially announcing the release date of his upcoming album (you'll have to listen to find out when it's coming!). They talk about West Coast Honky Tonk, Folk Rock and crafting songs. Are you a fan o…
 
DL Rossi joins host Will Payne Harrison on the podcast this week to talk about his new album Lonesome Kind. They discuss cancer, divorce and how therapy helps get you through the darkest times. His new album has been receiving great reviews from Americana Highways, American Songwriter and Mother Church Pew amongst others. Are you a fan of the show?…
 
Kyle Crownover from the band Crownover joins Will Payne Harrison on the podcast to talk about his new EP Another Day in Our 20s. You might know Kyle from his Keekers and Ferg #1 Podcast or his work as tour manager for Tyler Childers. He stops by to get serious about songwriting, Jesus and Jolly Ranchers. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us…
 
Podcast Alumni Eric Bolander joins the podcast to talk about his new single and video for "Cold Men" as well as his plans for his next album. Hailed by the likes of American Songwriter, Wide Open Country and the Americana Music Association for his songwriting and powerful voice, Eric Bolander is making waves in a big way. Are you a fan of the show?…
 
The Rough & Tumble join host Will Payne Harrison on the podcast to talk about their newest album We're Only Family If You Say So. They talk about songwriting in quarantine, being a couple that are business partners, and managing two rescue dogs in their RV during a pandemic. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by ratin…
 
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 f…
 
He's opened for Shooter Jennings, he helped start the Chicago Honky Tonk Scene and now Dan Whitaker goes back to his roots (pun intended) with the release of two solo Folk/Roots albums this year. Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he talks to Dan Whitaker about his 1999 re-release of Moving On With You. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let …
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks to Andrew Weiss about his new album Lookout Mountain. The Boot calls him "The earnestness of Laurel Canyon folk rock tempered by the wry humor of power pop." Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with a friend. You can also reac…
 
Join Will Payne Harrison as he closes out 2020 with Van Plating. Her newest release "Bird on a Wire" available on all streaming platforms. Van Plating was recently featured in American Songwriter, The Boot and B-Sides and Bandlands. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast with …
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks with Michael Graber of Memphis Bluegrass band Graber Gryass. Graber Gryass is a group of musicians who have played in Public Enemy, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Devil Train, and Dagnabbits, among others. They talk about their new record Late Bloom, the Memphis scene, recording at Sun Records, playing mandoli…
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he talks to North Carolina's Josh King about his new EP The Shed. Garnering praise from the press such as Rolling Stone, PopMatters, and No Depression, King's new album The Shed draws comparisons to Tom Petty, Taylor Goldsmith and Jackson Browne amongst others. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know …
 
Robert Henry joins host Will Payne Harrison to talk about his new EP In The Works and his "Take Me" duet with Georgette Jones. They talk about Country music on the West Coast, growing up in Florida, and navigating performing during a pandemic. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the po…
 
Join host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks to Matthew Ryan and Neilsen Hubbard about coming back from their 15 year hiatus as Strays Don't Sleep to release at new EP A Short Film For a Long Story. They speak about the artistic process, navigating the band while working on other projects and leaving the major labels for a more DIY approach. Are you …
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he interviews Bob Hillman about his new EP Inside and Terrified. They talk about his days in New York, living in San Francisco during lockdown and starting his career during the birth of Social Media. Are you a fan of the show? Be sure to let us know how you like it by rating and reviewing it! Share the podcast…
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks to Country Duo The Jensen Sisters about their new album Yellow Frames. They talk about winning the Midwest CMAs New Artist award, their clothing line, radio show and songwriting. Follow, Rate & Review. Help us spread the word about your new favorite podcast, Americana Station. Twitter Facebook Instagr…
 
Join Host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks to AMA Charting act Great Peacock about their newest album Forever Worse Better, touring with the likes of Wynona Judd, The Revivalists, Infamous Stringdusters and Yoder Mountain String Band, and aquiring the talents of Sadler Vaden (Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Drivin N Cryin) and Adam Kurtz (Sarah Shoo…
 
Join our host Will Payne Harrison as he speaks to EG Vines about his newest single "Them" coming out on September 18th, his songwriting process during quarantine, and growing up with 90s rock music. EG Vines has been featured on Billboard, Rolling Stone, Pop Matters and NPR. Don't forget to Follow, Rate and Review! Twitter Instagram Facebook…
 
Join host Will Payne Harrison as he interviews recent Nashville transplants Mona Lisa Tribe about their new EP and transitioning to Music City in the midst of a pandemic. Rate and Review Americana Station Podcast to help us reach a broader audience! Questions? Comments? Twitter @WillPHarrison Instagram @WillPayneHarrison Facebook @TheWillPayneHarri…
 
Join host Will Payne Harrison as he talks to Eva Cassel about her upcoming EP Spaces You Crawl In Between, a songwriting clinic with John Mayer, growing up in California and her transition to Nashville. Her EP Release Live Stream will broadcast on Facebook and Instagram Saturday August 22nd. Will Payne Harrison on Twitter Will Payne Harrison on Ins…
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he talks to Nashville Americana Duo The Danberrys about their newest album Shine, releasing a project during quarantine and more. Don't forget to rate and review the podcast and share it with your friends! Twitter Instagram Facebookโดย Americana Station
 
Join your host Will Payne Harrison as he checks in on several quarantining songwriters including Josh Gray, Matthew Kelso, Jesse and Daniel Reaux of The Rayo Brothers and Teigen Gayse. Please rate and review this podcast and be sure to follow Will Payne Harrison. Twitter: www.twitter.com/willpharrison Instagram: www.instagram.com/willpayneharrison …
 
Join host Will Payne Harrison as he interviews mandolinist and songwriter Caleb Christopher Edwards about his new album Metamorphosis. When not performing solo, Caleb also plays mandolin in Irish Folk band Runa as well as Lateral Blue. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review. AmericanaHighways.org Back Roads Playlist Will Payne Harrison on Spotify Ca…
 
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