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The Grateful Web Interview with Del McCoury

The Grateful Web just had an amazing opportunity to speak to bluegrass legend, Del McCoury.

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The Way It Was Meant to Be: Interview with Napoleon Murphy Brock

Former Frank Zappa front-man Napoleon Murphy Brock discusses his beginnings with The Mothers, the musical and vocal dynamics within the group, a legacy kept alive, and real by The GrandMothers of Invention, currently on tour in the United States.

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Grateful Web Interview with Jorma Kaukonen

It was sometime in the early 90s when I first heard Hot Tuna. One of the older hippie kids in my neighborhood who used to flow me Dead tapes (and weed) said "hey man, you dig Hot Tuna?" I was the furthest thing from hip to what he was saying, and probably replied with something along the lines of "I don't know them." He said something like "shit, you don't know Tuna.

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Grateful Web Interview w/ Gathering of the Vibes Founder, Ken Hays

Grateful Web's Dylan Muhlberg had an opportunity to talk to Ken Hays, founder of Gathering of the Vibes festival.  Ken discussed the impetus for creating Vibes back in 1996, the current status of the jamband scene, why Vibes is such a family friendly fest. and Ken gives a hint on who we can expect from this year's Vibes...

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The Grateful Web Interview with Katya Chorover

This past Friday, as another unseasonably warm sun sunk behind the Rocky Mountains, Katya Chorover settled into Denver’s Gypsy House Café to celebrate the release of her new album “Big Big Love”.  Chorover’s first album in ten years is filled with sweet and sour beginnings and endings.  Vocally, Chorover’s a powerhou

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The Grateful Web Interview with Martin Sexton

Musicians have always had the perfect platform for speaking to the masses, and are perhaps the most strategically positioned for getting messages out to mankind. Singer/songwriter Martin Sexton is a tremendously talented performer and also one of the most conscious individuals on the music scene. Sexton spoke with us about the songs his new EP, the awakening of the American people, and the power of unity.

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The Grateful Web Interview with Todd Clouser

Jazz guitarist Todd Clouser is no stranger to the hustle. Some call his music jazz, some describe it more as rock and roll. Clouser’s style has strong roots in both genres, but will not be confined to either. Performances with his group A Love Electric run through 70s rock grooves, jazz improvisation and will often feature an alternate take on a Hendrix or a Nirvana cover.

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Grateful Web Interview with Luke Quaranta of Toubab Krewe

Toubab Krewe has been blending West African and American musical styles since early 2005 and has carved out a solid niche for themselves on jam-band and festival circuits. The Krewe is in Colorado this week for a six night run through the Rocky Mountains, fresh from Jam Cruise 10.

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The Grateful Web Interview with Reed Foehl

On Tuesday, Boulder-based singer/songwriter Reed Foehl, former member of Acoustic Junction, took the time to speak with the Grateful Web.

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