Archive for February, 2011
WYPR The Signal producer Aaron Henkin and Maryland Traditions folklorist Cliff Murphy set up a meeting between a few musicians ranging in age and influence but connected by a love for traditional instrumentation and original songwriting. It was a great afternoon with plenty of folly and wisdom, a lot of laughs, and the kind of music that’s been made since the dawn of Man.
To stream the show click the link here:
STREAM PODCAST OF THE SIGNAL: BURTON DEBUSK, HUGH CAMPBELL, AND CALEB STINE
Check out the radio show blog here:
Signal Radio: Burton DeBusk, Hugh Campbell and Caleb Stine
Also, additional music tracks are posted on the Maryland Traditions Facebook Page here:
Maryland Traditions Facebook
And, thanks to Travis Kitchens, several YouTube links capture some of the music:
Driving through Charlottesville, VA Caleb Stine stopped in the WNRN studio with Melissa Goode. Follow the link below to hear the interview. He performs “My Service Isn’t Needed Anymore” from his new album, ‘I Wasn’t Built For A Life Like This”, as well as the Hank William Jr’s song, “The Living Proof”. In the interview Caleb talks about working as an independent musician, the danger of making large statements in music, and the art of living! The words “my website isn’t super bangin” even come out of his mouth. He means that as a good thing. Bangin’ websites are for The Black Eyed Peas, not hardcore troubadours.
Link to Interview:
And a YouTube clip: