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Grateful Web Interview with Bridget Law

Submitted by Michelle Miesse on Sat, 10/01/2016 - 10:54 am

On a fine day in September, Grateful Web’s Michelle Miesse sat down with Elephant Revival's Bridget Law to discuss her inspirations, what it feels like to play alongside a symphony and some of the best things she’s learned recently. An inspiration in the folk and fiddle worlds, Law seems naturally drawn to humanitarianism and music.

GW: So where are you today?

Grateful Web Interview with Jeremy Garrett

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Thu, 09/08/2016 - 6:58 pm

Grateful Web recently had an opportunity to speak with the multifarious Jeremy Garrett. The gifted multi-instrumentalist is best known as fiddler, singer, and co-songwriter of acclaimed progressive grass quintet the Infamous Stringdusters. On September 27th, Jeremy will release his anticipated newest solo release. The R.V. Sessions Volume 2 features Garrett slinging multiple acoustic instruments recorded in his R.V home studio.

Grateful Web Interview w/ The Lowest Pair

Submitted by Michelle Miesse on Mon, 08/29/2016 - 4:53 pm

During the hot, humid days at Homegrown Music Festival along the Mulberry River in Arkansas, Grateful Web got the extreme pleasure of chilling out on the river for an interview with banjo duo The Lowest Pair. Palmer Lee recited a poem, Kendl Winter spoke about her creativity style, and we discussed their inspirations and collaboration styles.

Grateful Web Interview w/ Dave Johnston

Submitted by June Reedy on Sun, 08/07/2016 - 1:19 pm

Grateful Web caught up with Dave Johnston of Yonder Mountain String Band just in time to talk about 2016 so far and the upcoming Red Rocks show on August 20th, 2016.  They will headline with Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the Drive-By Truckers in support.  

GW: So you are in the studio today, that is very cool.  Can you tell me more about that?

Grateful Web Interview w DuPont Brothers

Submitted by Michelle Miesse on Tue, 07/19/2016 - 3:08 pm

With the release of their latest album, A Riddle for You, The DuPont Brothers shine a light on personal growth – theirs, yours, a community’s. With a grander sound than their last release, an acoustic album, the duo presents bigger ideas and shows growth lyrically and musically. With the help of producer Michael Chorney and a handful of guest musicians, A Riddle for You accomplishes the great feat of bringing the listener closer to discovering their own purpose and vision.

Grateful Web Interview with Hog Magundy

Submitted by Christopher Kemp on Wed, 07/13/2016 - 2:59 pm

Fort Collins based Hog Magundy recently released their debut album and Grateful Web sat down to talk about the album, some of their favorite festivals and their recent additon to the Nimbleslick Entertainment Agency.

GW:  Thanks a lot for chatting with us.  You guys recently dropped a new album, can you tell us a bit about making the album and what can you fans expect from this release?

Grateful Web Interview with Sam Bush

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Sat, 07/09/2016 - 8:07 am

Sam Bush’s legacy is the genre-bending 'Newgrass' style that fused bluegrass, folk, and country with rock ‘n’ roll, reggae, and jazz. His music shattered any notions of purism, since bluegrass was a stylistic melting pot to begin with. Twenty-Seven years after the amicable breakup of the iconic New Grass Revival, the champion string-slinger continues to bring together yearly reunions at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and MerleFest, and tours relentlessly with his prolific Sam Bush Band.

Greener Grounds to release 'Momentous'

Submitted by Christopher Kemp on Tue, 07/05/2016 - 3:33 pm

Greener Grounds has been busy on the festival circuit, heavy touring, a new album “Momentous” as well as an even more touring supporting your new album. Grateful Web had a chance to speak to Greener Grounds' bassist Jay Reiderm, drummer AJ Gillman, and guitarist Joe Shur leading up to their “Momentous” album release party at Cervantes Other Side on July 8th .

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