William Billy Weber

On tomorrow’s episode I will have as a guest, Billy Weber, whom I met in Friendship Heights Metro Station while he was playing his violin. I stopped for a moment and listened to the tune he was playing. On this episode we talked about everything and I unveiled Billy’s invisibility from the web. Now he will become a trendy name Read More …

Takoma Park Folk Festival

Next week episode will be uploaded sooner than ever, anyone said Thursday. Why If you happen to live or visit DMV area, you cannot miss TPFF event on September 8, 2019 at 10:30am and ending at 6:00pm. There is no reason to stay home this next Sunday. Please join us in this amazing event that will take place at Takoma Read More …

Giulia Millanta

This Saturday, we are going back to my usual self, meaning interviews and music. Our guest is talented Giulia Millanta, an Italian born singer that moved to Austin, Texas to pursue her love of storytelling songs. She is also known for her support of her music community and that is why she launched the Us Project. If you want to Read More …

Banjo Bones nominated for SAMMIES 2019

As you might remember, Banjo Bones appeared on Episode 2 and 31 (check and listened to him on right menu). As part of my goal in promoting great non-commercial/independent musicians, I invite and ask you to check https://go.newsreview.com/sammies/band/207/banjo-bones/ and vote for him. If you have not heard his music yet, please check him on Spotify. As a thank you note, I will Read More …

Renacer de mi Tierra

A friendly reminder that episode 76: Renacer de mi Tierra is programmed to be aired tomorrow at 12:01 am Easter Standard Time. Our guest is Raúl Guzmán, musical director of this folk group.   Remember to subscribe to our podcast and our webpage. There are more exciting news coming soon and great episodes with great people. Also, check my Twitter Read More …

Renacer de mi Tierra

On this week episode we are going to have a big u-turn in my musical bus with Renacer de mi Tierra, a Chilean folklore group whose goal is to promote and support Chilean music. On this interview I had the spiritual experience of recording it with Raul Guzmán, the group director. We talked about the obstacles or challenges that this Read More …

Banjo Bones, one of our guest nominated for the Sammies

Hello my dear podcast audience and website visitor, as you might know (if you don’t, scroll down the menu at your right) my friend Jose Espada also known as Banjo Bones, is nominates for the Sacramento Area Music Awards. Banjo Bones was our two time guest (I might start Music in 2Flavors Elite Club) on Episode 2 and 31. Banjo Read More …

Canciones dentro de las prisiones de Pinochet

This week we will have a new episode in Spanish. You might remember that I announced that I was working in a special project. Well I am currently editing such episode and it will have music, storytelling, anecdotes, and much more. It is all about political prisoners in Pinochet Political Prisons. This episode will contain strong language and graphic description Read More …

Episode 69 Jaimee Harris

This week episode we had as a guest Jaimee Harris http://www.jaimeeeharris.com we talked a lot about our childhood experiences, mostly mine, what pushed her to settle in Austin, Texas and about her composition process. Jaimee is a savvy musician who knows how to engage her audience, and definitely her music is pure poetry full of every person experiences; such experiences that you Read More …

Episode 67: Diego Allessandro

This Saturday we will have as a guest Diego Allessandro http://www.diegoa.net who is a talented musician from Central Jersey and whose latest album This American Life is a deep emotional album full of emotion. In his latest album, Diego portrayed what working american class looks like in real life and that sometimes, or every time, politicians forget, except when they want them Read More …

Alfredo L Puchetta

At last Episode 61 in Spanish is ready for my audience enjoyment. Definitely, I had a great time talking with Alfredo Puchetta. He is not only a great luthier and plastic artist, but also a great musician with a vast knowledge on Afro-Argentinian music. Yes, you read right, Afro-Argentinian music. In late Nineteenth century, Afro-Argentinian was a 43 percent of Read More …

This week we are going to have Eavesdrop Trio from Boston. We recorded this episode in Red Bandana Bakery in Bethesda (If you live in Montgomery County, you must visit this spot on a Saturday or Sunday. It is a piece of heaven in Montgomery County.  On this episode we let all cannons loose and I witnessed how spontaneous these Read More …