This is the first of a series of podcasts presented by Michigan Folk Live, celebrating American Roots Music. Podcasts will normally feature both National touring acts and local Michigan Artists. If you are not familiar with MichiganFolkLive.com let me briefly tell you about us. Each Month we publish a concert calendar with 200-300, Folk, Blues, Bluegrass or alt-County Concert events occurring in the state. We also have a festival page with 80+ Michigan Folk Music festivals. MichiganFolkLive also includes a Folk music store with 300-400 folk, blues, bluegrass, alternative country and Celtic CD’s that feature both Michigan and National artists. So check us out on the web at www.michiganfolklive.com.
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
Twice a month South Australian Roots and Blues sends into cyberspace its rich mature brew of fine roots and blues music. One podcast draws its selection from alt country, progressive folk and indie rock; the other from acoustic and electric blues. Quality: MP3PRO VBR 85-120 kbps. Duration: 1 hour.
Songs and Stories looks at independent music from the artist’s perspective. Each episode features either the story behind one of host Michael Gaither’s own songs, interviews with another songwriter, or an audio-tour behind-the-scenes at a gig.
By Michael Gaither
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
Podcast showing the rock work by Flavio Lima (singer and composer)
By Flavio Lima