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A Q & A with Teddy Thompson and Kelly Jones
May 13, 2016
Sometimes, two artists come together out of nowhere and, as great as the parts might be, the whole is even greater.
A Q & A with Penny & Sparrow
April 28, 2016
The two gents who comprise Penny and Sparrow -- Kyle Jahnke and Andy Baxter -- didn't set out to be musicians.
A Q & A with Dori Freeman
March 27, 2016
When you come from a musical tradition that includes legendary artists like Hazel and Alice, Loretta Lynn and Ola Belle Reed, you have some mighty big boots to fill.
A Q & A with Quiles & Cloud
March 15, 2016
The San Francisco-based duo of Quiles & Cloud (Maria and Rory, respectively) reflect the whimsical, bohemian nature that their hometown once embraced and embodied.
A Q & A with Laurie Lewis
March 10, 2016
It was round-about 50 years ago that Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard started making the music that would blaze a trail for women in bluegrass.
A Q & A with Carrie Rodriguez
March 08, 2016
Having bridged various cultural gaps her whole life, singer/songwriter/fiddler Carrie Rodriguez feels right at home constructing the same sort of unifying structures with her music.
A Q & A with Steve Martin
February 29, 2016
Mere mention of Steve Martin's name instantly evokes a multitude of references to his iconic comedic work over the past five decades.
A Q & A with Birds of Chicago
February 26, 2016
Birds of Chicago -- the duo of JT Nero and Allison Russell -- have never made big splashes with their music.
A Q & A with The Cactus Blossoms
January 27, 2016
As their new album starts to make the rounds, the Cactus Blossoms -- aka Page Burkum and Jack Torrey -- have been garnering more than a few comparisons to the Everly Brothers.
A Q & A with Sierra Hull
January 22, 2016
When bluegrass giants like Alison Krauss, Ron Block, and Bela Fleck take an artist under their wings, the talent must be off the charts.
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