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Traditional folk music forms, acoustic blues, acoustic alt country, and contemporary folk by Independent musicians from Indieheart.com with an occasional acoustic tune in other genres. Hosted by Sam Salter (UK) and jill no jack (US) from the IndieHeart.com Independent Music Showcase.
 
Indie and Unsigned Music: Rock, Pop, Folk, Alternative, Punk, Rockabilly, Experimental Rock, Power Pop and a variety of other genres from IndieHeart.com Indie Music Showcase and Internet Radio. If you are looking for new and emerging Indie and Unsigned Music, you have found the right podcast. Many artists at the site provide free MP3 downloads of their music, so visit the Indie Heart Showcase for more! You can also check out the IndieHeart Eclectic Rock radio broadcast 24/7 at http://indiehe ...
 
Musicians gravitate to the San Francisco Bay Area ; it’s climate, it’s offerings, it’s lifestyles. It all started here with The Summer of Love, Haight Ashbury and Bill Graham's magic bands. The North Bay is still a nexus for musicians with it’s night clubs, pubs and wineries, all of which host regular professional, semi-pro and amateur acts. Come along each week and hear these musicians put their all into expressing themselves with their original music. Get your energy up with live music rec ...
 
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Jeffrey Wasserman grew up in the hamlet of East Norwich, New York. As a young man he fell in love with the progressive folk music movement of the 70s and started playing and writing music in a wide variety of genres like bluegrass, old-time, blues and Celtic music. Since 1983 he has been living in Norway enjoying a successful career as a songwriter…
 
Andy Irvine has been an immensely influential folk singer and songwriter for more than 60 years. Through his work with bands like Sweeneys Men, Planxty, Patrick Street, he has been a central piece of shaping the sound of modern Celtic Music. We meet Andy Irvine in Oslo just before he is about to play a solo show there. The conversation revolves aro…
 
In a small coastal town almost as far south you can get in Norway, Lars Jakob Rudjord creates instrumental music that takes you to places you’ve never been before. Though often compared to the likes of Nils Frahm, Olafur Arnalds or Joep Beving, Lars Jakob Rudjord has most certainly established his very own sound in the modern classical world. His m…
 
Nell Ní Chróinín is one of the most prominent people in the world of traditional Irish Sean Nós singing. She has won numerous top prizes in traditional Irish music competition like the Fleadh Cheoil and An tOireachtas from the age of 12 and onwards. She was the youngest ever recipient to receive ‘TG4’s Gradam Ceoil Traditional Singer of the Year‘ a…
 
Mejram is a Swedish folkpop band with an appealing blend of American, Celtic and Nordic flavours. Just like the herb they take their name from, Mejram is Swedish for Marjoram, their music is subtle, sweet and intriguing. Their second album «From Town» came out earlier this year, and just like their first release «Mejram» (2019) it features captivat…
 
Fiddle player Dave Sheridan has been a highly respected musician on the Irish scene for a number of years, well known for his energetic and warm approach to the traditional repertoire. Originally from Tubber in Co. Offaly, he now lives in Carlow where he his a vital part of the local traditional music scene. He has released two brilliant albums wit…
 
Multi-instrumentalist Anna Massie is one of Scotland’s most renowned traditional musicians, known for her work with Blazin Fiddles, RANT and Mairead Green among others. We were able to sit down together for a chat during a busy weekend at the Førde International Folk Music Festival this summer. We talk about her musical background, her guitar style…
 
Danish Accordion player Anders Trabjerg first came to Galway in the 90s because of his deep interest in Irish Traditional music. There he first met Japanese fiddler Mayo Yanachi, who had come there for the same reason, and today they are a married couple with two kids. For many years now, they have been working as professional musicians on the city…
 
Bouzouki player Eoin Ó Neill has been a vital part of the Clare music scene, in Western Ireland, for more than 40 years. Through the years he has played and recorded with players like Mary Custy, Sharon Shannon, Kevin Griffin and Miko Russell, as well as tons of local talent both young and old. In 2015 he was given the MÓRglór award for outstanding…
 
Michael Barrett Donovan, originally from Northern California, moved to Norway from New York City in 2019 after finishing a masters degree in music composition and gigging within a wide array of musical genres. Since coming to Norway Donovan has fronted the original-music-performing trio Buster Sledge with guitar player Jakob Folke Ossum and banjo p…
 
Americian fiddler Liz Knowles has been a prominent member of the Irish music scene worldwide for several decades. She’s been working with Cherish the Ladies, String Sisters and Martin Hayes Quartet, just to mention a few. In addition to being a performer she is also a sought-after teacher, and it's her thoughts about practicing music that is the th…
 
Annbjørg Lien from Norway and Catriona MacDonald from Shetland have been among the most exiting fiddlers on the traditional music scene for more than 30 years. I got to speak with Annbjørg and Catriona prior to their duo show at the Norwegian national folk music venue, Riksscenen and we had an interesting chat, talking about their long relationship…
 
Hans Martin Austestad is a Norwegian singer, songwriter and producer. In addition to all of that, he is also one of the most innovative and knowledgeable banjo players on the Norwegian folk scene. In this episode I have a conversation with him about how the banjo has shaped his musical career, and how it has led him down some very interesting and u…
 
Todays’s guest is Martin Green, member of the groundbreaking folk trio Lau and an accomplished composer and solo artist. I had a great time chatting with Martin, and we touched on a number of different topics, including what defines folk music for different people, creative techniques, band politics, approaching a band as an actual job, the current…
 
In this episode I’m speaking with English piano accordion player Karen Tweed. Karen is known for her smooth, playful style on the accordion and is regarded as one of the finest performers of Irish Music on the instrument. In this conversation we talk surprisingly little about the accordion, as we end up visiting a lot of different topics as diverse…
 
In this episode I’m joined by Norwegian fiddler and composer Bjørn Kåre Odde. He is one of the most exiting folk musicians in Norway at the moment and he has just released his debut solo album titled Folk Chamber. I got to sit down with him right after his concert at Osafestivalen this weekend and we had an interesting conversation about his work a…
 
We're kicking of the second season of the show with legendary Swedish folk- and world musician Ale Möller. In this conversation we're focusing on Ale's approach to folk music and how he's able to maintain his own unique voice across all his various projects.Anders Lillebo による
 
In episode 15, I’m speaking with Swedish folk guitarist Oskar Reuter. Oskar is a versatile musician who is currently in high demand on the Scandinavian folk scene. In August he released his first solo album, called «Current State», featuring a collection of mostly original tunes played on fingerstyle guitar. Highly recommended! I had a great time c…
 
In episode 14 I’m speaking with Scottish fiddler Lauren MacColl about her latest album, her creative process and the art of approaching old traditional material, whether it being in written or recorded form. For links, video and additional resources, visit the show website: https://thefolkmusicpodcast.com/episodes/landskein-with-lauren-maccoll…
 
In this episode I’m traveling to the Norwegian city Røros to speak with Olav Luksengård Mjelva, one of the busiest fiddlers in Norway. I’ve been a fan of Olav’s work for a long time, so it’s a real treat to be able to have him as a guest on the show. In our conversation we discuss his approach to musical collaborations, how to succeed as a touring …
 
In this episode I’m speaking with Folk singer and guitarist Matthew Byrne from Newfoundland about storytelling, tradition, creativity and guitar picks! For video, links and other resources, please visit the show website: https://www.thefolkmusicpodcast.com/episodes/the-art-of-storytelling-with-matthew-byrne…
 
In this episode of the show I’m speaking with Ragnar Finsson and Oscar Beerten from the Faroese-Belgian duo Raske Drenge. Topics covered include their new album, the history of the Faroe Islands, the art of being in a successful band together and how push the boundaries of the folk music genre. For links, resources and videos, please visit the show…
 
This week I’m joined by Norwegian Harmonica player Richard Gjems. Richard has been one of the most respected harmonica players in the Norwegian blues scene for a long time, but he has been working in pretty much every musical genre there is, and a lot of his style comes from mixing different genres and techniques in an original way. Topics we touch…
 
This episode is all about the phenomenon known in Irish circles as «the session», which basically means a gathering of musicians playing Irish traditional music together in an informal way. Everyone that has been involved in Irish music, one way or another will be familiar with this. As any other social gathering, it comes with its own set of unwri…
 
Today's guest is Swedish percussion player Jens Linell. Jens is a well-known musician on the Scandinavian trad scene, through bands like SVER and GKN5. He is also a very thoughtful person with a lot of interesting views on folk music, so I knew he would be a great person to have on the show! In this conversation, we touch on topics like the role of…
 
In this episode I’m speaking with Scottish fiddler Sarah-Jane Summers. As well as being a tradition bearer of the Scottish old Highland style of fiddling, she has managed to create her own musical universe with a strong influence from free improvisation. In our conversation we touch on different topics like Scottish music, how to approach improvisa…
 
In this episode I’m speaking with Danish fiddler Maja Kjær Jacobsen. Topics we cover in this episode includes the Danish folk scene, what it means to be a bearer of traditions, and how to find ones musical identity. For resources and links mentioned in the episode, visit: https://thefolkmusicpodcast.com/episodes…
 
In this episode I’m speaking with Norwegian Hardanger fiddler Guro Kvifte Nesheim. She is a very innovative and productive musician, and I've been a fan of her work for some time now. I’m very happy that Guro could join me for this episode, because she has a lot of experience when it comes to today’s topic, which is Scandinavian traditional music p…
 
In this episode I’m speaking with Swedish musician Joel Andersson. Joel is a harmonica player and harmonica customizer who specializes in Irish traditional music. Since I dabble a bit in harmonica playing myself, I knew that I would have a great time chatting with Joel. We talk about the instruments history in Irish music, as well as its place in t…
 
In this first episode of the show, I speak with my friend Patrik Ahlberg. Patrik is a wonderful fiddle and guitar player, and although he is Swedish he has been living in Chicago for the last eight years. I highly recommend everyone to check out his album «Gitarrlåtar» (guitar tunes) where he plays Swedish and Norwegian Fiddle arranged for nylon st…
 
The TransAtlantic Acoustic show finally returns with some fab tunes. While we continually break our promises about when the show will appear, we never fail to fulfill the promise we make about the music! In this episode's playlist: Ryan Kickland - "The Woodcarver" from "Woodcarvings". Available from CDBaby. Shawn Clarke - "Empty" from the CD "Like …
 
Yike! That little break from the show lasted a lot longer than it should! Sam and I (that would be Jill Nojack) are now back with a new episode of the show that is stuffed to bursting with an extra dose of acoustic tunes for your listening pleasure. I'd natter on about how fab the artists in the show are, but why not just listen to the show and che…
 
The Heart of the Night Show rides again on a glorious mixed bag of Indie music that is sure to please those of you who can't be constrained to a narrow definition of genres in your hunt for musical goodness. I am particularly pleased to be bringing you a new one from London's own Tom McKean and the Emperors. Their debut CD is still in the works, bu…
 
Finally, the TransAtlantic Acoustic show demonstrates some signs of life, after a long hiatus. Are you ready for this much acoustic goodness after we spent such a long time away? Obviously, we're hoping the answer is yes! This show includes tunes from repeat show guests Zia Hassan, Lizzie Nunnery, and Thornton Creek along with some fantastic artist…
 
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