Singer-Songwriter Miriam Pico and husband Ryan Younce join us ahead of their performance at this week’s Grand Traverse Pavilions’ Concerts on the Lawn, playing two songs and discussing creating musical events for all ages, and collaborating as spouses.
Band members Kari Lynch, Justin Eames and Travis Roadaz stop in for an acoustic performance (“Highway Honey” and “Running Outta Love”) and a talk about life on the road, living and working in Nashville and beyond.
Blue River, the two-piece folk rock band (Jesse Jefferson & Josh Ingersoll), joins us live to studio to talk about their origins, influences, songwriting, as well as performing two cuts.
Hannah Harris and John Warstler of the Hannah Harris Trio join us to talk about their upcoming St. Patrick's day celebrations (including a show at Petoskey’s Beards Brewery) and perform a few songs to get you filled with the Luck O’ the Irish!
Great to welcome Sydni to the studio for a chat and live performance of two songs ("Ain't All That" and "Woman in Blue") from her forthcoming EP, "All the Rumors Are True."
Shawn Butzin, drummer-turned-songwriter, has recently made Northern Michigan his home, and stops by to play two songs, “Hometown Blues” and “Carefree to Carolina.”
Connor Lindsay, Randall Erno and Chris Burhop--members of the "progressive jam band meets EDM collective" Biomassive--join us to about the group's roots, unique sound and where they're headed next.
Kevin B. Klein, along with lead guitarist Mic Bez, join us live in-studio to update us on his latest happenings and perform two songs, “My Michigan” and “Long Gone.”
Great to sit down and talk with Boyne City-based musician Greg Vadnais (Botala) about his eclectic style, growing up in a musical household, settling in Northern Michigan and his multitude of projects.
Christian Goss plays guitar with the passion, precision and soul of someone 40 years his senior -- or at least someone who has finished junior high school! As he awaits hearing back from "America's Got Talent," I got to chat with this pre-teen virtuoso about what music means to him, his professional dreams and which player he would most like to join on stage.
So great to have brotha James (Jeremy Reisig) back on #MusicMonday to talk about his new album and tour ("Abracadabra"), how being a top Cutco salesman informed the way he handles his music career, and how he tries to approach all situations from a position of positivity.
Mahogany Jones, hip-hop dynamo, spoke of her work with Northern Michigan’s Building Bridges with Music and her larger mission of connecting individuals through the power of music to uplift the spirit, body and soul.
Ben Davila, singer-songwriter and co-founder and lead teacher of "The Rock Stop" in Traverse City.