Tracing the roots of American music from its cultured past to artists playing it forward, join folk musician Nicholas Edward Williams in thi audio documentary-style podcast series. Each episode uncovers the lesser-known journey behind one traditional song, followed by four stories of musicians in American roots music, up to someone carrying tradition today. From immigrants who brought their music to Appalachia, to songs of the South: Gospel, Blues, Country, and the Folk music derived from it all. We'll go behind the curtain of the pioneers, and hear the stories of the under-represented. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/americansongcatcher/support
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Today I’m sharing a conversation I had with American roots singer and guitarist Seth Walker, who has spent the last 20 years putting out incredibly diverse records, inspired by early blues to jazz, folk, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, early country... more
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American Songcatcher is an exceptional and detailed dive into the history of American roots music. Nicholas Edward Williams’s studies of the origins and evolution of these timeless traditions are phenomenal in both their scholarship and warmth, and his talents as a musician shine to boot! Highly recommended!
American Songcatcher has quickly became my favorite podcast to listen after discovering it a few months ago! As a musician with a passion for traditional music it’s fascinating to learn about some of my favorite songs, and to learn about songs I’ve never heard before that have been influential in American music. My favorite part of the podcast is Nicholas’s renditions of various traditional songs at the end of each episode, he has a smooth, beautiful and his guitar-picking is sweet as honey! May... more
This has been one of the bright spots from the pandemic. The show is well researched starting with early forms of American Music, bringing the listener forward through time of songsters through to current artists. There is a thread in each episode that carries to the end. It provides great history of this music with wonderful anecdotes. Each of these musicians has a great story that created the impetus to become the musician they become. While most of them are gone, they are very relevant t... more
This is a great show and it has some top notch guests. The host’s performances are a real treat as well. If you like to draw inspiration from your favorite folk singers history then this show is for you.
Well thought out and researched, the musical performances are wonderful as well. Thank you for this gem of a podcast!
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American Songcatcher launched 2 years ago and published 38 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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