Tuareg group Tinariwen performs a guitar-centric branch of Malian music, trading in traditional lutes and shepherd's flutes for electric guitars and drums, with songs addressing issues such as political awakening, problems of exile, repression of their people, and demands of sovereignty.
With millions of downloads, The Dollop has become a regular presence on top of the podcast charts. This show is sold out.
Emerging from the Nashville music scene, Grammy award winner Shelby Lynne built a career on blending genres that range from country to roots rock to jazz.
Guitar virtuoso Robben Ford’s latest album, Into The Sun, debuted at #2 on The Blues Charts and shines a bright light on his artful, contemporary songwriting and stunning playing.
Jon Stickley Trio is a genre-defying and cinematic instrumental trio, whose deep grooves, innovative flatpicking, and sultry-spacy violin moves the listener’s head, heart, and feet.
Virtuoso of the hurdy gurdy, Guilhem Desq breathes new life and innovation into this old-world instrument. His sound is unmistakable as he electrifies this originally acoustic instrument, playing everything from traditional European folk music to contemporary rock, hip-hop, and electro.
The easiest way to understand and adopt the Mande Way lifestyle is to see Joe Mande perform live in person. Joe tours the world on a regular basis, touching the lives of MandeFandes young and old with his unique brand of inspirational and motivational stand up comedy.
A young, clean-cut synth-rock quartet from Hudson, Wisconsin making a big splash with their mix of electro-poppy grooves and swooning vocals.