Monthly Archives: June 2010

Welcome to the In Search of a Song news and blog!

Hi, I’m the executive producer of In Search of a Song, Rich Reardin. We are excited to let you know that we’ve launched our program on PRX (Public Radio Exchange) with interesting and compelling  interviews with many of the great … Continue reading

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In Search of a Song welcomes Andy Hollinden for a weekly segment called “Rock History 101”

Andy Hollinden is a professor of Rock History at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, which is a very popular class at I.U., and has been a great friend of the show. We are proud to announce that he’ll … Continue reading

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Jason plays at Bonnaroo with John Prine, with a guest appearance by Kris Kristofferson

John Prine played a wonderful set at Bonnaroo on Saturday night, opening with “Spanish Pipedream”, “Souvenirs” and “The Torch Singer”. Among those hooting and hollering for Prine was his longtime pal Kris Kristofferson, who watched and whistled from the side … Continue reading

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PRX “Member of Distinction” Jason Wilber on David Letterman

PRX lauds Jason and our program as a new “Member of Distinction” PRX : MEMBER OF DISTINCTION! Jason had a great time recently playing with John Prine on Late Night with David Letterman. Jim James from My Morning Jacket joined … Continue reading

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New Nashville Interviews and the NRDC “Music Saves Mountains” concert at the Ryman Auditorium

Jason and I travelled to Nashville, Tennessee recently to attend the NRDC “Music Saves Mountains” concert at the Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville.  The concert was held to focus attention on the issue of stopping Moutain Top Removal coal mining … Continue reading

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Jason talks with “Big Kenny” Alpin in Nashville

Jason interviews “Big Kenny” Alpin for In Search of a Song at Big Kenny’s house in Nashville. Big Kenny talked about his feelings about being involved in the NRDC “Music Saves Mountains” concert, stopping MTR strip mining, and his influences, … Continue reading

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