Sinopse

Stories and sounds from Michigan artists

Episódios

  • The Anatomy Of Frank

    The Anatomy Of Frank

    05/06/2015

    The Anatomy of Frank, an indie pop-rock group from Virginia, stops by the Michigan Music Box Studios while on what seems like a never-ending tour of the globe. They tour with up to 6 people, or as few as one, … Continue reading →

  • Episode 20: Kris Hitchcock

    Episode 20: Kris Hitchcock

    22/01/2013

    Kris Hitchcock is a native boy of Grass Lake, Michigan, and splits his time between his home in Grand Rapids with his dog Fender, and Nashville where he performs, writes, and records with his band Small Town Son.  His pop … Continue reading →

  • Episode 19: Wanda Degen

    Episode 19: Wanda Degen

    21/01/2013

    Wanda Degen is a veteran folk musician who has helped build the scene we know and love here in Michigan.  She crafts songs and delightful stories of traveling abroad, building, (and accidentally ruining) dulcimers, alongside tales of festivals and teaching.  … Continue reading →

  • Episode 17: Doug Mains and City Folk

    Episode 17: Doug Mains and City Folk

    21/01/2013

    Doug Mains brings along a couple members of the City Folk to talk about songwriting, touring, open mics, and the chance encounters that lead to the formation of friends, who also happen to play music together as a band. Check … Continue reading →

  • Episode 16: Derek Smith as Hank Williams (with Sally Potter)

    Episode 16: Derek Smith as Hank Williams (with Sally Potter)

    21/01/2013

    Derek Smith brings a guitar and Sally Potter along to discuss reprising his role as Hank Williams for a Ten Pound Fiddle show.  He first portrayed the legendary singer on stage for LCC’s production of Hank Williams: Lost Highway, and … Continue reading →

  • EPISODE 15: Great Lakes Folk Festival

    EPISODE 15: Great Lakes Folk Festival

    09/08/2012

    Lora Helou and Pat Power join in the studio to talk about the MSU Museum Great Lakes Folk Festival coming up August 10-12 in East Lansing.  We talk culture and diversity from food-craft to song-craft and travel from Slovenia to … Continue reading →

  • EPISODE 14: Jazz Fest

    EPISODE 14: Jazz Fest

    02/08/2012

    Mike Stratton, host of The Vinyl Side of Midnight on LCC Radio and Jazz aficionado comes in to the studio to discuss 18 years of the Jazz Festival in Lansing, its changes, its legacy, and what it means to the … Continue reading →

  • Episode 13: Woody Guthrie and Anne McCue

    Episode 13: Woody Guthrie and Anne McCue

    19/07/2012

    The show begins with a short tribute to celebrate Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday, and transitions into an interview with Australian blues singer, turned Nashville resident by way of Vietnam and L.A.  We talk about travel, what it means to really … Continue reading →

  • Episode 12: Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle: LUVS

    Episode 12: Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle: LUVS

    12/07/2012

    Dylan and about half of the 12 piece larger-than-life band, The Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle comes into the studio to talk community, home, friendship, showmanship, costumes, sets, and the circus, complete with jugglers and fire-eaters!  download

  • Episode 11: Dave Samano

    Episode 11: Dave Samano

    05/07/2012

    Michigan-based Dave Samano comes in to the studio to play live and talk about creative processes, Folk-Step, and the dangers to your circadian rhythm when owning editing and processing software in a home studio.  Check him out on ReverbNation and … Continue reading →

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