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TIP #3: HOW TO EXPLORE ART OF THE SONG INTERVIEWS
The foundation upon which we’ve built the Standing ‘O’ Project is the Art of the Song Archive. We wanted to come up with a way we could use this amazing resource to build an online community that would provide financial support for the musicians we love and keep Art of the Song on the air at the same time.
These are not your ordinary artist interviews. We dig deep into the creative process with the intention of inspiring listeners to find and express their own creative gifts.
Just click the “Interviews” icon in the middle of the home page or the “Interviews” link in the menu bar.
You are now on the Interviews Page.
There are 3 links under the search bar: Artist,* Recently Added** and Most Played. By clicking on one, the results display on the page below. You can page through by using the page selector at the bottom of the page. Also you can search for a particular artist’s interview by typing the first or last name in the “Search” box.
*Artist is the default position, and represents an alphabetical listing by Artist of all the Art of the Song interviews
**Recently Added displays a chronological listing Art of the Song shows, newest first. The Current Show is presented here as a special value to Standing ‘O’ Members and can be heard only here and on public radio.
Listen to the full one-hour Art of the Song show with music as broadcast on public radio. You can also listen to individual segments of the interview (as labeled by topic), or you can hear the complete Unedited Interview (often with content unfit for the public ariwaves).
TO IMMEDIATELY PLAY THE CURRENT ART OF THE SONG SHOW, click the red “This Week’s Show” button on the home page.
About Today's Artist:
Inspired by Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, Gretchen Peters’ voice and guitar playing have been at the core of her music since she started performing in the folk circuit as a teenager. In 1995, Martina McBride recorded Peters’ “Independence Day,” garnering a Grammy nomination and the winning the CMA’s Song of The Year, making Gretchen Peters a songwriting sensation.