Our first live streaming show from the Trendkill Radio studios in downtown Covington, KY, just across the banks of the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati, and we’re lucky to feature Walter DeBarr’s amazing and acoustic three-piece, The Little Blue Hearts. This show will make you laugh a little (it is our first attempt at this live feed that went out on FB Live Video and on our airwaves), but it will also move you with the dynamic performance that was hauled from West Virginia just for our listeners. It was an incredible evening… and we can’t wait to have Walter’s full band back to the Art Mine soon! Enjoy…
So tonight I try to express my feelings about the current events the only way I know how. Through music. This show was struggle to say the least. I’m not much for talking so I let the following speak for me : #eddievedder #blindmelon #soundgarden #daysofthenew #soulasylum #benharper #citizencope #bobmarley #thewailers #nahkoandmedicineforthepeople #xavierrudd #jeffbuckley
So join me for an hour of expression. Pay no attention to the rambling man in between the music.
So, what happens when a talented musician stops over, picks a handful of records and we spend an hour spinning and talking shop? Find out tonight, when Alex Salcido of The Harmed Brothers comes in and we get down to some tunes from Elliot Smith, Whiskeytown, The Boss, Bob Dylan and a whole lot more. Plus, he sheds a little insight into what’s coming this year. Dig it. www.theharmedbrothers.com
On this vinyl heavy show, I’m recapping the amazing birthday weekend I shared with great friends at this great festival that is organized by great folks with an amazingly great lineup. The Whispering Beard is truly a festival like no other that I’ve been to and, while you may not like my voice, the music I play will be GREAT. Included will be Ryan Bingham, Frontier Folk Nebraska, Maria Carrelli, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle, Willy Tea Taylor, The Harmed Brothers, Town Mountain, The Felice Brothers, Lost Dog Street Band and more, depending on what I can squeeze into the hour. Cheers!
Mack talks with Catfish, one of the promoters/founders of The Whispering Beard Folk Festival in Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ever wondered what it takes to launch, grow and sustain a music festival? Go behind the scenes as Mack sits down with Catfish, one of the founders and promoters of the Whispering Beard in downtown Cincinnati. They talk about grassroots marketing, starting and growing at the right pace, finding your community and a whole lot more, plus, they’ll fill you in on why you don’t want to miss this amazing lineup of music.
Mack’s back with a new show from the Trendkill Turntables to your ears. This diverse playlist will keep your head spinning and ears ringing through a solid hour of needle soaked jams.
Playing tracks by… Beastie Boys, Ian Noe, Rival Sons, The Raconteurs and much more.
Mack here… I have a new show that explores the ties that bind those in the music trade, of all sorts, together in a common mission of sharing the experience that music brings. It’s called “Common Threads” and I’m stoked to share it with my fellow music lovers. My first guest is Ian Noe, who just dropped his first major release, “Between the Country”. If you like raw, gritty storytelling, then this guy’s for you. We explore the songwriting process, the musical output of Kentucky, the creation of the album and much, much more.