Archived Interview Transcripts
We've enjoyed the company of some fascinating and funny guests on our radio programs through the years. Browse this ever-growing collection of interview transcripts and learn about the lives behind the music. Too much information? Never!

Liz Carroll
Chicago fiddler Liz Carroll has long been known as a master of Irish traditional music. An all-Ireland fiddle champion and National Heritage Award-winner, the Chicago mayor's office named a day in honor of its talented native daughter. In May, 2001 Liz's album, Lost in the Loop (Green Linnet), was named Album of the Year in the Celtic/British Isles Category by the Association for Independent Music.
Mary Jane Lamond
Maritime Canadian Mary Jane Lamond became enthralled with the Scots Gaelic music of her ancestors during childhood visits to her grandparents home on Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. She has recorded a number of CDs in the past decade, including the acclaimed Lan Duil (RCA 2000).
Pete Seeger
"There is hope for the world".  Pete Seeger: The Power of Song.

Share the reflections of one of the great figures of American folksong.

Luke Plum, mandolin player from Tasmania, and West Highland fiddler Angus Grant are both active in the session scene. That's in-between recordings and tours with the globe-trotting band Shooglenifty. Not to mention adventures with the Funky String Band!
Stephen Rees and Huw Roberts

Stephen Rees and Huw Roberts are fiddlers in the Welsh tradition who have taken the music of Wales to international audiences with the bands Ar Log and 4 Yn Y bar.

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