The GRAMMY Museum® announces ‘GRAMMY in the Schools® Fest’, (GITS Fest) previously ‘GRAMMY in the Schools Live’, presented by Musicpower.
In this Hear At Home episode, Afternoon host Andy Chanley chats with frontman Taylor Goldsmith from the Southern Californian, Indie-Folk-Rock band, Dawes. Goldsmith and Chanley discuss parenthood, Dawes' new album, 'Good Luck With Whatever,' and excitedly talk about our upcoming 88FIVE Live at Drive-In OC concert extravaganza at the City National Grove of Anaheim on October 17 - when you'll be able to catch a rare two-hour performance from the band!
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On this Hear At Home conversation, 88.5 FM host Andy Chanley talks with Laura Lee and Donald Ray “DJ” Johnson Jr. from genre-androgynous band, Khruangbin. The Texas-based band mates, Lee and Johnson Jr., talk about the Leon Bridges collaboration and the band’s relationship with him. Johnson Jr. and Lee tell Andy about their first instruments and the memories they made playing them. Hear all that and more in the full interview!
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For this Hear At Home episode, morning show host, Nic Harcourt, talks with Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes. Goldsmith tells us about Dawes having to cancel their plans to tour with Mandy Moore and the silver lining it created in their marriage. He also shares the acoustic rendition of the song “Who Do You Think You’re Talking To” from Dawes’ upcoming album ‘Good Luck with Whatever’ scheduled for release this October. Nic asks about Goldsmith’s recent experience with scoring a short film for the first time and Goldsmith also shares how refreshing it has been to co-write with other artists. And Dawes’ fanbase gets a special shout out as he gushes about how much pride they have in their fans.
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In this Hear At Home episode, 88.5 FM afternoon host Andy Chanley talks with Nashville-based, Phoenix-born singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews. Chanley and Andrews talk about the welcoming reception of her new album ‘Old Flowers.’ She describes her 5th album as something small and intimate, “not a lot of cooks in the kitchen”.The album comes after what she describes as a very transformative year, with a lot of personal changes. Although her album was put out during a time where touring is non-existent, she has been coping by working on creative projects like painting and poetry. Andrews reminisces on some of her favorite artists that she shared the stage with last year, such as John Prine and Dolly Parton.
For this Hear At Home episode, morning show host, Nic Harcourt talks with soulful, blues and funk artist, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram. Kingfish talks daily routines during the pandemic and what’s of the utmost importance for him to get across in his music. He tells us about his earlier musical influences, brought on by his parents, and seesawing between playing guitar and bass finally landed on the guitar.
For this Hear At Home episode, 88.5 FM's Nic Harcourt talks with Norah Jones from her home. Jones tells us how she handles her life staying at home. She explains the title of her new album, Pick Me Up Off The Floor and the process of creating it.