The Making Tracks Podcast explores the life story behind a song, with the musician who wrote it. We discuss how and why the song was written, within the context of their musical journey. - Supported by Arts Council England & Youth Music as part of Making Tracks (Trinity, ACE & Basement Studios).
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This week I speak to singer, songwriter and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson, whose music combines classical music with alternative R&B. We discuss her track “Rise Up”, which is both a dance track inspired by Missy Elliot, and a powerful anthem to enact... more
This week I speak to xyzelle., a soulful alt-RnB singer/songwriter who moved from the Philippines as a child, and we discuss our shared experiences of growing up as an Asian person in a predominately white area. She brings her track “Remedy”, which c... more
“What an inspiring conversation!” Those are the last words of this week’s episode, and I’m sure you will be inspired too by Abi Flynn's extraordinary story and music. Abi is a soul, jazz and R&B singer, with an amazing story. Diagnosed with cancer, a... more
Love learning the origins of music from the artists themselves! Interviewer has an incredibly soothing voice and brings out a much deeper view on the subjects... 10/10 would recommend!
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The Making Tracks Podcast launched a year ago and published 14 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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