From the Irish Roots Cafe, the 'Chat and Sing' podcast, covering song history and discussion along with the guest singing the song or playing the Irish tune. Irish musicians, singers and historians are invited to participate in this podcast.
By Michael O'Laughlin
Artists are chosen to appear on our stage because they are good. End of story. Fame, commercial success or lack there-of, who you know, who you opened for, whether you are on a label or are releasing your own CD, what famous artist used the same mixing board you recorded your latest CD on and who manages you mean NOTHING.
By Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour
Presented by Jill Turner, GondwanaSound is a two hour magazine style broadcast of music, news, reviews and interviews from the world of global roots and grooves. We call it world music adventures. Each hour of the weekly broadcast is a separate episode so to double your enjoyment and musical discoveries remember to listen to both parts. From time to time you'll also receive special episodes which are either from the archives or special standalone interviews from leading musicians in the world of global roots and grooves.
By Jill Turner
This site is dedicated to all those who love jamming, playing and listening to live music. Through the magic of modern technology we are able to record our jam sessions and have them available to you within hours. We all enjoy listening to music as much as playing music and we hope you do too. Sharing music is one of the staples of life and we would love to get feedback just like having you in the there with us, if only virtually. Jam On!!
The It's A Frog's Life Acoustic Podcast is hosted by Graham Holland and broadcast live from his lily pad on Wavertree Pond, Liverpool, England. It features some of the best podsafe acoustic music from Liverpool and across the UK, so come on down to the pond and enjoy!
By Graham Holland