Dar Williams has played at the Newport Folk Festival and Lilith Fair. Our intrepid correspondent met Dar for an interview in a Manhattan diner.
Guitar Player Interviews
Over the years we have been lucky enough to meet and talk with many great musicians. In these interviews with guitar players, musicians and songwriters we ask the artists where they got their start and about their different approaches to touring and recording.
The Bandmo Blog is interviewing “the most interesting bloggers/webmasters in the online music world.” Is it any wonder they asked me?
Andrew DuBrock, one of the best when it comes to guitar tutorial books, discusses the challenges and rewards of learning fingerstyle guitar playing.
House concerts are becoming a viable option for working musicians. Home Routes discusses the basics of house concerts for both would-be artists and hosts.
Tom Hess discusses how he joined the band Rhapsody of Fire as well as their upcoming album and what it’s like to be part of a world-wide tour.
FODfest, a series of concerts that use the healing power of music to bring people of all backgrounds together, is en route to Israel and the West Bank region in October 2010. Todd Mack, founder and organizer of the event, takes a few moments to discuss the tour as well as the new “FODfest in the Schools” program that has been launched this past year.
All of us at Guitar Noise want to congratulate Alan as he starts off teaching guitar and music pretty close to full time! Get to know one of our Guitar Noise Moderators a little better – you might see him on television one day!
With FODFest starting up in ten days, I thought this would be a great time to check in on Todd Mack, a Berkshire based recording artist and producer, and find out what’s going on with this year’s festival honoring the life of Daniel Pearl. Plus we get to hear about some of the other music Todd’s working on.
Guitar Noise welcomes writer / bassist Helena Bouchez to our pages with the first of a series of discussions with prominent bass players. Here, renowned bassist Victor Bailey (Weather Report) muses on how to go about making good music.