Dan Tyminski performing his classic bluegrass song “Be Assured” in this very rare performance. Guitar: Tim Austin Dan Tyminski – Be Assured Lyrics I’m a man, flesh and bloodOf just one thing I’m sureI was […]
Today I’m getting to know Ontario-native Callie McCullough. Callie thank you for joining me today. Tell us who you are, what you do, and where you’re located. Hey Guys! Thanks so much for having me! […]
Today we’re speaking with Melissa “Meli” Garay from Jalisco Mexico. Meli I really appreciate you taking some time to chat with us today. Tell our readers a little bit about yourself. My name is Melissa […]
I’m truly embarrassed that it has taken me this long to catch up with this guy. The fantastic jams that I’ve been a part of with Joe are too many to count. He’s not only […]
Three years ago I had never heard of The Wooks. It wasn’t until my brother told me about a new band that he was joining from Kentucky that I became familiar with the Kentucky-based “rhythm […]
Today we’re talking with dobro player Ethan Hughes. Ethan thanks for taking some time to chat with me today. Tell us who you are, what you do, and where you’re located. My name is Ethan […]
Mr. Jaxon Lalonde sent us this video of his band “The Local Group” performing “Trials Troubles Tribulations.” Read Jaxon’s interview where he talks about The Local Group here.
Ms. Leanna Price performs “Cruel Willie” exclusively for AcoustiCult. Check out Leanna’s interview with us where she talks about her musical history, college experience, and what coming up for her here.
Anyone who finds a way to be a successful working musician always has a story to tell. Today’s guest with me has one of the most interesting ones I’ve heard in a while. In fact […]
Joe Majerus creates some amazing fiddle loops. He made this one exclusively for AcoustiCult.
Fiddler, clogger, and singer Hillary Klug performs her take on Woody Guthrie’s classic “This Land Is Your Land.” Check out her interview with us.
Songwriting isn’t a gift that every musicians just “gets.” All musical gifts are enigmatic to someone who doesn’t play or sing, but even to skilled instrumentalists and vocalists musical poetry can be evasive. My guest […]
There are few events that are more fun to me than going to the Nashville, TN Society For The Preservation Of Bluegrass Music in America event. Every first weekend in February (almost always on the […]
James Kee works. And I don’t mean ‘kinda.’ His labors have resulted in opportunities that the entire East Nashville music community has benefited from. Through his band East Nash Grass he’s employed some of Nashville’s […]
Hey there! Thanks for taking some time to chat with us today. Tell us who you are, what you do, and where you’re located? Hello! Of course. Thanks for having me! My name is Xaris […]
There are a very small number of incredibly talented musicians that are able to earn their living without leaving their house. They use only themselves, a modest amount of recording equipment, a computer, and some […]
I have only gotten to attend MerleFest a handful of times. The few times I have been have been wonderful and memorable experiences. It was my 3rd trip to MerleFest in 2016 when I met […]
Today we’ve got multi-instrumentalist Jason Keiser here to tell us a little bit about his music and his story. Jason, if you don’t mind, introduce yourself to our readers. Hey Jed. Thanks for having me […]