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Music Journeys
Podcast

Music Journeys tells the stories behind an artist's latest release or current endeavor. Interviews and features reveal what inspires musicians and what music means to them. Sharing compelling stories and good music. That's the goal of every edition of Music Journeys. The radio version of the show airs Saturday mornings at 11:30.

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  • Teresa Schleifer, Bill Cohen, and Phil Hart join Music Journeys to preview their Woody Guthrie Tribute Show with some reflections and songs.
  • Cautious Clay continues touring on his latest release Deadpan Love, an album he describes as being about relationships, misguidance, and trying to find value in those relationships.
  • Michaela Anne joins Music Journeys to share how events in her own life deepened the meaning of many songs on her latest release Oh To Be That Free.
  • DrippDaDon joins Music Journeys ahead of his performance at the Juneteenth Festival in downtown Columbus.
  • Lilly Winwood, who performs Saturday June 4 at Natalie's Worthington, joins Music Journeys to chat about her debut record, settling in Nashville, crafting her own sound as the daughter of a music legend, the song she cut with her dad, her collaboration with Boo Ray, and more.
  • Yvette Young joins Music Journeys to talk about her creative process, how the guitar shifted her focus from perfection to creativity, and her band Covet's upcoming album.
  • Janis Ian headlines this edition of Music Journeys, and we revisit our interview with Tom Rush since the two music legends have a concert coming up in Columbus May 18th at the Southern Theatre.
  • Columbus musician Kelly Zullo chats with Music Journeys about her songwriting process and the major departure from that process for many of the songs on last fall's The Magic of Thinking release.
  • Columbus singer/songwriter TJ George created the non-profit Demand Impact, an organization dedicated to recovering lives through music. He's put together a star-studded lineup of musicians that include Michael McDonald, Bill Medley, Richard Page, and Bill Champlin - and it's the first set of what George plans to be multiple compilations to raise money for drug rehabilitation and recovery programs.
  • Bill Cohen joins Music Journeys ahead of his April 2 show to remind us how precious time is, and he performs some songs to reflect that.