Monthly Archives: July 2011

John Prine Part 1 (revised) up now on PRX!

Check out Jason’s fantastic interview with John Prine, Part 1. Recently, we opted to remove Rock History 101 segments from our programming, and are working on making it a stand alone radio show of it’s own. In this episode, we … Continue reading

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Jeff Black Part 2 now on PRX!

See our interview with Jeff Black part 2 on PRX! GO TO INTERVIEW   Underwriters for In Search of a song are The Bluebird Nightclub, Airtime Recording Studio, and I’ve you want to know what’s happening in our home … Continue reading

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Searchlight: Fontaine James with his song – Barely There

July Searchlight winner Fontaine James with his song “Barely There”. Check out this cool interview with Fontaine James from N.Y.,  New York. His song “Barely There” was recorded at Adrian Holtz Studio with  producer Adrian Holtz. FONTAINE JAMES WEBSITE GO … Continue reading

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Ron Hynes Part 2 – this weeks show!

Check out our interview #2 with Canadian Singer/songwriter Ron Hynes! Also, in our hometown of Bloomington, Indiana, Steve Earle will be playing this Sunday night, July 17th. For more information go to GO TO PRX

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This week David Gans on In Search of a Song

Executive Producer Rich Reardin interviews singer/songwriter/radio producer/music journalist David Gans. GO TO INTERVIEW ON PRX

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The Avett Brothers Interview now on PRX!

Join executive producer Rich Reardin with his interview of Seth and Scott Avett – The Avett Brothers. This was recorded backstage in David Grisman’s green room at the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Festival – so thank you David!

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Steve Earle comes to Bloomington, Indiana at the Buskirk Chumley Theater July 17, 2011

For more information or Tickets please go to VISITBLOOMINGTON.COM

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