I talked baseball and I talked music with the King of Telluride, Mr. Sam Bush. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
At the IBMA WOB I had an opportunity to meet James Reams of “James Reams and the Barnstormers.” Not only is he a fantastic musician he also has had a pretty interesting life, he was homeless at just 17. To hear his entire story listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
James is active in Circle the City a program to help homeless people in Arizona for information on this please call (602)776-9000, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to the website at circlethecity.org.
Here is the link to “James Reams and the Barnstormers” YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/ReamsAndBarnstormers
I talk with Tori Gold of the Gold Heart Sisters about their recent tour to Europe. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
I talk with Telluride and RockyGrass band competition winners, Front Country. Listen to them as we talk about their musical style and their upcoming tours. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
I had a toe tapping time talking with April Verch about her Canadian Fiddle Championships, and what it is like to be a touring musician. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask.
I talked with Libby and Jacob of Mipso about everything from switching from classical violin to fiddle, to fishing, to tacos! Listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
I talk with Christopher Howard-Williams of the La Roche Bluegrass Festival about bluegrass music in France. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask!
I talk with bluegrass poet, and IBMA award nominee Donna Ulisse about the book she wrote. I also talked to her about her inspiirations and her advice for young musicians. Listen on to see why I Had To Ask.
I talk with Mike Compton a skilled musician about playing with the Father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe. Mike Compton also played on the “O Brother Where Art Thou” track. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask.