Richard Barone of The Bongos Recounts Stories and Plays Songs
Danielia Cotton Covers Some Great Songs
Texas Troubadour Dale Watson Drops By!
Kasim Sulton of Utopia Releases 3rd Solo Album called “3”
Kasim Sulton of Utopia is one of Chris Wienk’s favorite rock singer/songwriters. His 3rd solo album, “3” is remarkable, and not just for the cameos from Utopia bandmates Todd Rundgren and Roger Powell.
Chris Talks with Brad Hunt about Joe Cocker
Nick Lowe Talks About Making Quality Street
Ian Patrick McLagan
12 May 1945 – 3 December 2014
Nell Robinson’s “Rose Of No-Man’s Land”
Byron Isaacs of Ollabelle and The Levon Helm Band and his friend, NYC musician extraordinaire, Peter Cole have created a band with a distinct and unique sound. Lost Leaders is the result.
Almost literally right before their amazing show at The Egg in December, Los Lobos sat down with Chris Wienk to play a few songs acoustic and talk with Chris about their experiences with Elmo, the President, and being “just another band from East LA.”
Joseph Arthur playing songs from his latest two albums, “The Ballad of Boogie Christ” and “Lou.” The answer to “why do you paint pictures while in your concerts” is heard in the interview portion.
Hear Diego play songs from his second solo album, “Paradise.”
KTG talks with Conor Oberst
Upon the release of his new album “Upside Down Mountain,” KTG sat down with Conor Oberst to discuss making and releasing the new album.
What Cheer? Brigade Live @ EXT
After a blistering night at CAC Woodside, the folks in the Providence street band, What Cheer? Brigade stopped by and squeezed into WMHT’s TV studio to record a session with Chris Wienk.
John Carter Cash Talks With Dave Michaels About Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash’s 2014 album “Out Among the Stars” is one of our favorite records this year.
The recordings come from lost 1980s sessions with famed countrypolitan producer Billy Sherrill which were shelved by Cash’s record company, Columbia and discovered by Cash’s son John Carter Cash in 2012. Cash also recorded the 1981 album The Baron with Sherrill in an attempt to turn around his dismal album sales but the strategy did not work, leaving his record executives eager to dump him.