James Carr talks about Farmers Jam where farmers make music at the Star Bar and they sell jam from local fruit to grow more food. Gabbie Rotts - aka Gabbie Watts - performs some unplugged music and talks about how much she loves Nietzsche
Nikki & the Phantom Callers share their tale of making music and eating Taco Bell. Angel Poventud explains the Beltline's impact on Atlanta, affordable housing, connecting neighbors, and why folks need to speak up to their elected officials.
LIVE show #13 celebrating Strong Southern Women and Patsy Cline's birthday at Switchyards Downtown Club. Kyshona Armstrong, Octave Atlanta, Lexi Street, Nicki Salcedo, Lane Pease of Kate's Club, Friday Jr., and Critical Crop Top (audio not released).
Next show is Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018 at Switchyards Downtown Club in Atlanta. Guest performers will be Kyshona Armstrong, Kate's Club, Lexi Street, Critical Crop Top, Octave Atlanta, Nicki Salcedo, Family JR, Blaire Erskine, & more.
Amen Vyas, Michelle Pokopac & Pam Joyce discuss the female and Asian-American voices that should be heard in theatre and their East by Southeast festival. Joshua Fletcher talks about his musical transition from punk to Americana thanks to Ryan Adams.
Brianna Blackbird and Drew de Man of Heart Hunters come chat and talk about how their "family plan" to live in South America morphed into landing in Portland and finally settling in Atlanta with an album produced by Peter Case and set for a July release.
Live variety show #11 from Switchyards Downtown Club in Atlanta, GA with Annabette Vellines, Village Theatre, Alex Gordon, Andrea Colburn & Mud Moseley, Just Bakery ATL, Jason Collier, BlackCatTips, and Minton Sparks.
Jayme Alilaw explains how she landed in the world of opera and why doing improv with Dad's Garage has been so enlightening. Andrew Iden created a podcast called www.the2180.com to share stories of those who've attempted or been associated with hiking the Appalachian Trail here on it's 70th anniversary.
Marshall Seese, the Tin Man, discusses his new tv project, VERSES, with Eliot Bronson that spotlights real musicians in a novel way. Michael Westbrook shares one of his new songs and talks about his good fortune at having made music his career for so long