Jean Rohe: The End of the World Show

November 25th, 2013

Jean RoheCelebrated folk artist Jean Rohe and her band The End of the World show recently released their new self-titled album, a personal travelogue rich in a sophisticated global roots-jazz-folk sound.

In this podcast we talk about her own musical upbringing, where music was not prescribed to certain areas of life, the making of their recently released album, and why Brazil is such an influence on Jean and other musicians.

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Kevin Breuner: CD Baby

November 11th, 2013

CD BabyThe way musicians can make a living from their work is evolving rapidly. CD Baby, the largest distributor of independent musicians’ recordings, is rolling out tools to help artists develop revenue streams and connect with fans.

In this podcast we talk with CD Baby’s Director of Marketing, Kevin Breuner, about the world of video, streaming music, publishing revenues and royalties, and how artists can get their creative work to work for them.

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Richard Bennett: New York Swara

November 4th, 2013

Richard BennettPiano virtuoso Richard Bennett brings an array of world music and jazz influences to his compositions. He has performed at Lincoln Center Out of Doors, The Guggenheim Museum and Central Park Summerstage.

In this podcast we talk with him about his latest release, New York Swara, the key elements of classical Indian raga, and the meditative and anticipatory quality of the music he creates.

Photo Credit: Paula Jeanine Bennett

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Uri Sharlin: Back to the Woods

October 28th, 2013

Uri SharlinUri Sharlin and the DogCat Ensemble bring us an instrumental feast of cultural influences from Latin, Middle Eastern, European and Arabic and the through-line is the accordion.

In this podcast we talk with Uri about the upcoming album release Back to the Woods, how an instrument he briefly played became his musical passport, and why music should be part of every young person’s life.

Photo credit: Robert Englebright

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Scott Schmith: Musig Pub TV

October 21st, 2013

Musig Pub TVMusig Pub TV is an innovative project to bring the best music and behind-the-scenes interviews in the Rhine River Valley to fans throughout the region. The pilot program, now available on Musig Pub TV’s website, covers Rock in Triesen.

In this interview we talk with producer Scott Schmith about the launch, plans for new programs and how you can be a part of this fun foray into live music.

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