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.
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is an award-winning free Celtic radio show of independent Irish & Celtic music. The show won “Best Podsafe Music” in 2009 and 2010 in the People’s Choice Podcast Awards. It is one of the Top 40 music podcasts on iTunes and receives over 10,000 downloads of each show. It is hosted by Marc Gunn, known as The Celtfather for his incredible network of promotion for Celtic music. Each hour-long show features a mix of indie Celtic music with a variety of styles from traditional Celtic tunes, Irish drinking songs, Scottish folk songs, bagpipes, music from Ireland, Scotland, Canada, Australia, the United States, and around the world. As a podcast, you can listen to or download at your leisure. It is also syndicated on a number of internet and terrestrial radio stations.
OneTaste (onetaste.us), a leading educational organization in the field of relationships, intimacy and mindful sexuality offers a lecture series of wide ranging interest – from leadership and purpose to music, spirituality and sexuality. Join Professor Jorge Ferrer of the California Institute of Integral Studies in an exploration of the intersection between sex and spirit; or folk musician, Jennifer Berezan, as she opens to music and the sacred. Meet environmental pioneer Ocean Robbins as he delves deep into the important issues facing young people and explores possible solutions to our pressing environmental issues. Discover new forms of leadership and governance in Eric Grahm’s discussion of Holacracy. And awaken a deeper joy in life with Buddhist teacher James Baraz. Over 50 interviews to stretch your spirit, mind and imagination.
Our regular free Scottish music podcast from Scotland featuring the very best of Gaelic, Scots, bagpipes, fiddle, harp music, Scottish bands, ceilidh bands, highland Scottish music, pipe band, traditional, folk and celtic. Visit Hands Up for Trad for all things Scottish.
A podcast from that loveable bardic duo playing folk music and novelty music with humor. No kidding!
Ben Vaughn is a man of many moods -- and many hats. He produces and hosts The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn, a weekly, hour-long eclectic mix of music featuring rock, blues, jazz, folk, soul, rhythm and blues, country, bossa nova, movie soundtracks, easy listening and more, all peppered with his twisted musicological slant. His show is currently heard in seven markets and is now proud to be part of the Z107.7 family, Sundays from 3 to 4 p.m. The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn is now podcasting courtesy of KCDZ 107.7 FM. Look for the Podcast online at kcdzfm.com or in the iTunes Store.
A Washington, DC based podcast/music blog that covers bands of all sizes, whether they’re from halfway around the world, or right here in our backyard. From reporting on house shows to covering events like Newport Folk Festival, Firefly, and more our mission is “music and nothing but” and we go wherever that may take us. Also, may be powered by cats.
The Jerry Springer Podcast: Tales, Tunes and Tomfoolery is a weekly mix of comedy, liberal political talk and roots music performed by up and coming song writers and groups. Jerry is joined by Jene Galvin and Megan Hils as they compare their dissimilar lives, convo about events of the day and occasionally welcome a phone guest, some real and others you wonder. Like State Senator Tip Kemper, who recently proposed a literacy bill requiring citizens to read a book a month and submit a written report to the government at the post office. But in the middle of each episode, Jerry shows his serious side with a unique take on a current political or social issue drawing from his years as Cincinnati's mayor and top ranked news anchor. Performed before a small audience at the Folk School Coffee Parlor in Ludlow, Kentucky, The Jerry Springer Podcast is live streamed at jerrryspringer.com and Facebook Live and archived on the podcast's website and all major podcast apps.
Mike G. is a writer and musician who lives in San Francisco. He began his career with BTR many, many years ago and still hosts the Bay Area Live show to this day, featuring the most killer live music the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer. Prior to that, he was the founder of WireTapMusic, a local Bay Area music blog and monthly video profile series. He has also written for The Bay Bridged and New Noise Magazine, covering everything from punk and metal to rap and hip hop and folk and indie rock. A committed metalhead all through junior high and high school, Mike's eyes were opened when he discovered Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars and Sleater-Kinney's Dig Me Out at a party while attending the University of Texas in Austin. Now there are no limits to his musical taste -- he even listens to country. Tune in to Bay Area Live every month and discover new music with him.
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk music guest stars and legends. It was the Golden Age of High Yodeling Adventure and it deserves to live again!
A weekly podcast featuring music from Americana, Roots, Bluegrass, Rock, Folk, Country, Alt-Country, Blues, & Indie artists. Mixed in with the music is commentary about the songs by W.B. Walker. Http://wbwalker.com/
Maia is a songwriter, artist, producer, and radio host based in New York City. She's also a singer, multi-instrumentalist and frequent tinkerer, who has spent time in Haiti and Colombia studying folkloric music and drumming. She has spent the past decade riding her bike around Brooklyn, interviewing your new favorite bands for BTR, making show posters, befriending street cats, making records, touring the country, and filming everything along the way. Maia can frequently be found playing around town -- and elsewhere -- with her latest musical project, Kid In The Attic, or playing various instruments while on tour with Mirah. In addition to hosting BTR Live Studio and The Folk Wave, Maia contributes to Tom Tom Magazine and Homoground.com, among others. She has interviewed over 800 artists for BTR.