Posts including Lauren Mann And The Fairly Odd Folk

Fathers’ Day Special - Episode #319

posted: June 19th, 2015

Sometimes when thinking about a musical ode to dads, folks have a hard time thinking beyond "Butterfly Kisses" or some other tear-jerker.  But we wanted to add our "gourmet music" voice into the celebration.  Besides great music from Brandon Heath, Julie Lee, Balla Dear, and JJ Heller (among others), we also hear about personal reflections on the value of fatherhood from singer-songwriters Christopher Williams and Ben Shive.  Hope this adds a nice soundtrack to your holiday weekend!  (Dave)
Episode Artists:
Battle Victorious, Julie Lee, Christopher Williams, Balla Dear, Madison Cunningham, Dave Barnes, Randall Goodgame, JJ Heller, Ben Shive, Jessi McNeal, Brandon Heath, Lauren Mann & Fairly Odd Folk, Phil Keaggy

Interview Guest Son Of Laughter - Episode #317

posted: May 29th, 2015

Here's our conclusion of Interview Month. I'm so glad we are able to feature a conversation and music by Son Of Laughter.  He (real name Chris Slaten) is a quality person and an amazing artist.  His orchestral approach to folk music is fresh and compelling, and his lyrics are magically both narrative and poetic.  I'm hoping that a lot of brand new ears discover this hidden gem of a talent through this week's show.  Plus, it's …Read More »
Episode Artists:
Liz Vice, Son of Laughter, Lauren Mann & the Fairly Odd Folk, Son Of Laughter, Burlap To Cashmere, Son Of Laughter, Jessi McNeal, Son Of Laughter, Eric Peters, Fleming & John, Son Of Laughter

Title Tracks - Episode #289

posted: August 22nd, 2014

The term "title track" is the song that bears the same name as the album title.  Usually the song comes first. So this means that, to the artist, that song is special in some way - whether it be theme, craftsmanship, depth, or melodic acheivement.  So as we play all title cuts this week, you can reflect on the fact that for various reasons, these are important enough songs to the artists, that their album …Read More »
Episode Artists:
The Farewell Drifters, Sara Beth Geoghegan, Alathea, David Story, John Mark McMillan, Adam Wheatley, Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk, Seabird, Jars of Clay, Andrew Belle, Elizabeth Foster, Green River Ordinance, Fernando Ortega