Tell You What! the Podcast

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We are joined by Nashville based musician and songwriter Rachel Baiman, who discusses her recently released record Cycles. Rachel has travelled an interesting and varied creative path: from young fiddle prodigy to Nashville session and to
Beth Whitney joins us from her home state of Washington to discuss her album “Into the Ground”, recently released on Tone Tree Music. It is a wonderfully rich, at time orchestral collection of songs that draws deeply from the forests and h
We are lucky enough to be joined by the full complement of the indie power-trio band The Accidentals for Episode 31. Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause join us to discuss their just released EP Time Out (Session 1). Recorded duri
David Wax returns to Tell You What! to discuss the new David Wax Museum album Euphoric Ouroboric and what else they have been up to during quarantine. For the full David Wax Tell You What! interview, check out Episode 14.
Texas born and raised and now Nashville based musician/songwriter Katy Kirby joins us to talk about her excellent debut album Cool Dry Place and her approach to songwriting and music making. Cool Dry Place is an intriguing and marvelously put
Cincinnati native Arlo McKinley released his debut solo album Die Midwestern in 2020 on John Prine’s Oh Boy Records, an album that ended up on a number of “best of 2020” lists. These are songs of deep personal truth, snapshots from a difficul
James Bradshaw, who records under the Pony Bradshaw moniker, joins us to talk about his new album Calico Jim. The songs on the record, most of which were written during quarantine, are stories and poems about the north Georgia territory th
In this episode we talk with Dave Senft and Harris Paseltiner, who, along with Don Mitchell and Auyon Mukharji, make up the Massachusetts based band Darlingside. The band recently released their fourth full length album Fish Pond Fish. We talk
We are joined by Dani Stone and Nick Stone, two of the members of self described "folk forward indie rock" band South for Winter. They discuss their amazing new record Luxumbra, their musical paths from Colorado (Dani) and New Zealand (Nick) t
For our 25th(!) episode of Tell You What! we are joined by Canadian musician and songwriter Jeremie Albino. Jeremie talks about his late teen years when he moved from the Toronto suburbs to the farmlands of Ontario, working the soil while wr
We talk in this episode with musician and songwriter Joy Ike. Currently based in Philadelphia (after moving from Pittsburgh), Joy’s latest album, “Bigger Than Your Box”, released in 2018, is a wonderful record. Joy talks about the Nigerian
We spend this episode with Nashville based singer/songwriter Michaela Anne, who released her third full length album (her first with label Yep Roc Records), the wonderful Desert Dove, in 2019. We discuss the diverse arrangements and songwrit
We are joined by Cara Luft and JD Edwards, who make up the Canadian duo The Small Glories. Recently named artist of the year by the International Folk Alliance, as well as Vocal Group of the Year at the Juno Awards, (where their recent album
In this bonus episode, we talk again with Logan Ledger, whose long awaited debut album was recently released on Rounder Records. Logan discusses the process of putting the album together, how his co-write with Steve Earle came about, and
We talk with Joe Bordenaro and Max Loebman from the Chicago band ROOKIE. Their self titled debut, just out on legendary Chicago label Bloodshot, is a wonderfully full throated blast of rock music; influenced by classic guitar bands of the last
The three members of The Ballroom Thieves, Callie Peters, Martin Early, and Devin Mauch, have been making music together for a while, and they have recently released their third full length album, Unlovely. The record is a collection of so
Nashville based musician and songwriter Katie Pruitt possesses a powerful voice and an equally powerful and brave spirit. Her debut album, just out on Rounder Records, “Expectations”, is a wonderful collection of songs addressing difficult
Jason Hawk Harris released his debut album in 2019 on Bloodshot Records, the critically acclaimed “Love and the Dark”. Rolling Stone named “Phantom Limb” one of the 25 Best Country and Americana songs of the year. Though he currently reside
A life long native of the Pacific Northwest, Anna Tivel currently makes her home in Portland. Anna released her fourth full length album earlier in 2019, The Question, which NPR Music called “one of the most ambitious folk records of 2019”
Our guest is Swedish musician, songwriter, and one person band Bror Gunnar Jansson. How did a Swedish born and bred musician find his way to becoming an authentic interpreter and creator of songs steeped in the traditions of the American blu
Adam and David Moss are identical twin brothers who create music as The Brother Brothers. They put out an excellent album in 2018 called Some People I Know; and are headed toward the studio soon to record its follow up. We cover their
David Wax and his wife, Suz Slezak, form the core of the band David Wax Museum. Their new album, Line of Light, features songs that are reflections on and reactions to events of the past few years: family life, the tragic events of 2017 in t
Heather Maloney is a writer song-singer based in western Massachusetts. She has recently released her fourth full length album, the beautiful and expressive “Soil in the Sky”. We talk with Heather about her collaborations on the album with
Logan Ledger grew up on the west coast, went to school on the east coast, and currently makes his musical home in Nashville. His music made its way to the ears of T Bone Burnett, who quickly recognized Logan’s incredible talents and signed on
We talk with young Nashville guitar whiz Daniel Donato, who is now writing, playing, and singing his own songs. We talk about his recently released songs, the influence Jerry Garcia's musicianship has had on him, and does he really get up that
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