On this episode, Phil Hall interviews Paul Salsini, founder of The Sondheim Review and author of the new book “Sondheim & Me: Revealing a Musical Genius.” The episode can be heard here.
On this episode, Phil Hall has the pleasure to interview James Gavin, author of the acclaimed new book “George Michael: A Life.” The episode can be heard here.
Rich Cyr and Wilbert (Wibo) Boles conclude their three-part interview with artist, writer, curator and creative artist Amy LA Smith. The episode can be heard here.
In this episode, Phil Hall discusses how the coronavirus pandemic impacted the indie music scene. The guests are singer/songwriters Tim Brandt, Frank Palangi and Corey Michael Rieman. The episode can be heard […]
Sacred Oath is known as one of the pioneers in the American Power Metal Movement. They formed in 1985, and 11 releases later have not looked back. Rob Thorne, Damiano Christian and […]
Shannon McMahon is one of the most provocative and invigorating singer/songwriters on today’s indie music scene. On this edition of “Nutmeg Chatter,” Shannon joins host Phil Hall for a discussion of her […]
The Palindromes are among the versatile and inventive bands in the New England music scene, and they perform their distinctive songs on this edition of Nutmeg Chatter. LISTEN HERE
Joanna is a hip hop and rap artist whose work will be showcased in the upcoming S.W.A.N. day event on March 30th, 2019 at Trinity on Main in New Britain, Connecticut. Since […]
In Episode 97 J. Timothy Quirk interviews Steve Katz, a founding member of Blood Sweat and Tears, and national recording artists Lucinda Rowe and Michael Connolly. Lucinda and Michael will be hosting […]
Donna Gentile is a singer/songwriter of Americana/Folk/World and Native Spirit inspired music. Gentile is also a graphic and web designer, and runs a program community Mandala project which teaches meditative art for […]