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Ludlow Creek Interview
Five friends formed cover classic rock band, Southbound, in 2013. The Dayton Ohio musicians quickly realized they wanted to pursue more original material, so they changed their name to Ludlow Creek and cut a new record. Drummer/vocalist, Jeffery Friend, joins this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about this exciting new venture.
Little Wretches Interview
Robert Wagner has been keeping the Little Wretches fire kindled since the 80s. Several decades, and different band iterations later, there's a new album, and Robert joins this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about it.
John McDonough Interview
Singer/Songwriter John McDonough returned to his roots in Chicago after spending 25 years making music in Austin Texas. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to talk about his latest CD, "We'll Answer The Call."
Sara Syms Interview
Nashville singer songwriter, Sara Syms, is set to release her first record since 2015 - The Darkest Light. It's a song spiritual and emotional journey with Sara's captivating voice leading you through the 10 song album. Sara joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share some insight on this new record.
Durango McMurphy Interview
Durango McMurphy has been a traveling troubadour most of his life. A passionate songwriter, his life has been full of experiences and wrought with fascinating stories. Durango joins us on this episode of Americana Music Profiles to share a little about his journey and his latest single, "The Ghost Of James Dean."
Richie Kaye Interview
After a 20 year break from a mostly jazz music career, Songwriter, Richie Kaye, reconnected with his Country influences and took a new direction with his music. His new, (6th) album, Plush Life, Released on May 1st. Richie is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles.
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