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  • Kathleen Edwards

    Kathleen Edwards joins Rhett from Florida to talk about taking time away from music to get “big perspective time”, what she learned about her approach to songwriting from Bryan Adams, and shares the advice she often gives emerging artists. Edwards released Total Freedom, her fifth studio album, on  August 14th via Dualtone Records. Written and recorded…

  • Making Festival Goers Sing and His Banjo Ring: Brian Swenk

    For a place as remote as Ashe County, NC, you could be forgiven for overlooking it as a wellspring for musical talent. But music seems to flow naturally out of the Appalachian mountains in and around towns like Sparta, NC, where artists like Brian Swenk grew up. Our recent episode on banjo player Tray Wellington…

  • Farm Aid — 10/3/98

    Today we’re digging into the 10/3/98 Farm Aid set, with the epic sit-in with Neil Young. Please subscribe to Osiris Media on Apple to hear BONUS HFPod Episodes as well as all of Osiris Media ad-free!Visit Sunset Lake CBD and enter the promo code HFPOD for 20% off your order.Please visit Passion House Coffee to…

  • Journalism & Politics w/ Bill Plante & Olivier Knox

    Bill Plante was a remarkable reporter. He spent four tours as a CBS correspondent in Vietnam, he interviewed Martin Luther King Jr in 1965, and he served as CBS’ White House Correspondent from 1976 until his retirement in 2016. On September 28, 2022, Bill Plante passed away. To honor him and his work, we are…

  • S4E7: 8/13/93 – Charlie Dirksen and Brian Feller

    Today we are looking at a pivotal show in Phish’s history, 8/13/93 from the Murat Theater in Indianapolis. This show features the legendary version of “Bathtub Gin” which is seen as a turning point in the band’s ability to jam outside of the structure of their compositions. Charlie Dirksen and Brian Feller, two longtime fans…

  • S4E7: 8/13/93 – Charlie Dirksen and Brian Feller

    Today we are looking at a pivotal show in Phish’s history, 8/13/93 from the Murat Theater in Indianapolis. This show features the legendary version of “Bathtub Gin” which is seen as a turning point in the band’s ability to jam outside of the structure of their compositions. Charlie Dirksen and Brian Feller, two longtime fans…

  • almost monday

    In our seventh episode, host Dead Air Dave opens the file on almost monday to get the scoop on their new collection of songs. We learn about band members meeting in the waves, gigging in a friend’s surf shop, how they’ve written and recorded songs to populate two EPs over the past couple of years,…

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