Folk music legend Jonathan Edwards tells Cheryl about his rebellious youth when he gave concerts on the fly at colleges across New England, the unlikely recording of his hit song "Sunshine," and how a tour bus driver can make or break your year.
Carolann Solebello has gone from a self-described "closet singer" to actress to founding member of Red Molly and singer-songwriter. Now Cheryl has a truly candid conversation with one of her oldest friends and former CC Railroad bandmate, about the many facets of her life as a performer and exactly how many times she's been married. (*One mild instance of profanity.)
Reggie Harris, one of folk music's most joyful performers committed to music as community building, talks to Cheryl about everything from his youth in Philadelphia, to the girl who made him learn guitar, to becoming a teaching artist at The Kennedy Center, and beyond.
Zoe Mulford wrote the widely praised "The President Sang Amazing Grace," which was covered by Joan Baez and recently lauded in The New York Times. Now she shares her journey from barely being able to reach the piano keys to becoming a critically acclaimed composer & songwriter.