|Adams, Tom||02/02/2013||Tom talks about his song writing, his column on Banjo Newsletter, playing with Jimmy Martin, the Johnson Mt Boys, and others. He also discusses his Adams County Banjo album and his neurological disorder that inhibits his banjo playing and his slow recovery.
|02/08/2014||Eddie and Martha Adcock, who have charmed crowds and won awards over their 40 year partnership, talk to Steve about Eddie's banjo style and technique, how he met Martha, the inspiration they bring to each other, his years playing with the Country Gentlemen, and his very unusual brain surgery.
|Adkins, Dave||05/07/2016||Steve talks to Dave Adkins, the powerhouse
performer that continues to dominate the Bluegrass charts, about his latest
album recorded on Mountain Fever Records titled simply, DAVE
ADKINS. As always Dave expresses his thankfulness for all the
support he receives from fans and promoters.
|Adkins, Dave||03/22/2014||Steve talks to Dave Adkins just days after his song, 'Pike County Jail', hits number one on the Bluegrass Charts. Written and performed by Dave, his excitement on making it to number one is expressed here in addition to comments regarding his first solo album, 'Nothin' to Lose' his current performances with Edgar Loudermilk, and videos of on the road challenges posted to his blog.
|Adkins, Dave||06/01/2013||Dave and Steve talk about the band Dave Adkins and Republik Steele and how they got their name. Dave also talks about the band's new album, "That's Just the Way I Roll," how they choose their songs to record and Dave singing the National Anthem on ESPN.
|Alridge, Darin & Brooke||01/31/2015||
Darin & Brooke Aldridge
called in and discussed their new, most exciting album yet,
Listen in as the husband and wife duo chat with Steve about their song
selection process, where they found the old camera for the album cover shot
and the affect of modern technology/social media on the recording industry.
|Alridge, Darin & Brooke||10/24/2015||
Listen as Steve catches up with them at this
year's IBMA Convention in Raleigh to talk with them about the success of
their album, 'Snapshots', the excitement of performing at
IBMA, the workshops, and some of their projects in the works.
|Alridge, Darin & Brooke||02/05/2017||
Listen as Steve talks with Darin and Brooke about
their new album, Faster and Farther, the most adventurous
album of their career so far. Learn about the tracks on the album and the
album photo...do they answer the question, Who's jet is that! ??
Listen as Kitty (age 13) catches up with Steve at
the IBMA conference in Raleigh to discuss her love of Old-time and Bluegrass
music, her classical training, the influences growing up in the Blue Ridge
Mountains of Southwest Virginia and the album she recorded at age 10,
'Fiddle Gems'. A delightful interview with a future mega
|Anderson, Muriel||04/19/2014||Amazing fingerstyle guitar player chats with Steve about her new album, 'Nightlight, Daylight,' a double CD set of thirty songs, the uniquely lighted album package and the artists that contributed to the effort that was a couple of years in the making. With Chet Atkins as a mentor and her love for Doc Watson, Muriel talks about playing the guitar, the guitar harp, her fingerstyle technique and how she channels beauty and emotion through her fingers to the strings producing music ranging from Bluegrass to Folk to Jazz, Classical and Flamenco.
|Anger, Darol||08/08/2015||Steve catches Darol after his performance at Grey
Fox for a lively discussion about his latest venture forming a group called
Mr Sun and their latest album, 'The People Need Light'
|Asprelli, Andrea||10/30/2016||Award winning songwriter and fiddler Andrea
Asprelli is the driving force behind the project Cricket Tell the
Weather. She drops by Steve's booth at the 2016 IBMA Conference in
Raleigh to talk about their second album release, Tell the Story
the fiery New England bluegrass community that influenced her
development, the current members of the band, and the inspirations for some
of the original songs on the album
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