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Grateful Web Interview w/ Drive-By Truckers artist Wes Freed

Submitted by Elizabeth Bissette on Sun, 08/14/2011 - 9:34 pm

Visual artist, writer, musician and actor Wes Freed is a Southern Gothic multi-disciplinary wonder of sorts. His work overlaps to such an extent he almost sings his paintings and paints his songs. Freed himself, his wife and long-time collaborator Jyl, his truck and his home studio all seem to overlap with it as well.

The Grateful Web Interview with FreekBass

Submitted by sagezy21 on Sun, 08/14/2011 - 2:08 am

“Concentrate”, the title of Freekbass’s newest album sums it well. With the influence of funk genre music that Freek experienced growing up in Cincinnati Ohio, along with his deep desire to play bass, Freekbass has without a question created an album that keeps bass and funk glued like never heard before.

The Grateful Web Interview w/ The New Deal

Submitted by abrina on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 10:39 pm

Dan Kurtz gave us a couple of minutes of his time before launching of his final tour with The New Deal (TND).  Sentimental and comical, Dan shared with us his favorite venues, music video directors, and moments with The New Deal as well as his thoughts on sexuality in music and the story of how this trio first met.

The Grateful Web Interview with Jeff Austin

Submitted by Tim Hurley on Wed, 02/16/2011 - 1:17 am

For Colorado's Yonder Mountain String Band, the new year is full of possibilities. The band has a rigorous winter and spring tour underway, and will be hosting their 10th annual Northwest String Summit this summer in Oregon.

Grateful Web Interview with Drew Emmitt

Submitted by Tim Hurley on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 2:25 am

Multifaceted singer/songwriter/musician Drew Emmitt appears to have finally found the right balance of music in his life.  Not only is the co-founder of jamgrass pioneers Leftover Salmon entering his 22nd year fronting that band, but he is busy at work with his other project, The Emmitt-Nershi Band

BoomBox: The Grateful Web Speaks with Electronic Rock and Roll Innovators Russ Randolph & Zion Rock Godchaux

Submitted by Dave Papuga on Tue, 02/08/2011 - 6:22 pm

As a prequel to their 8 day tour of Colorado, the Grateful Web got a chance to speak with electronic/rock and roll duo BoomBox about touring, their history, songwriting, and what makes them and their music tick.

Grateful Web: This is Dave Papuga from the Grateful Web, and today I have the privilege of speaking with Russ Randolph and Zion Godchaux from BoomBox.

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