Grammy president Neil Portnow:

“What if we're all watching the Grammys a few years from now and there’s no Best New Artist award because there aren’t enough talented artists and songwriters who are actually able to make a living from their craft?”

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MARK ERELLI

As a courtesy to our radio station affiliates, we don't make current shows available. But if you just can't wait, we understand. You can listen in at the Standing "O" Project. (Just $5 a month gets you new shows and other great content... and half goes to support Artists!)


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AWNA TEIXEIRA

Our guest this week on Art of the Song is singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, Awna Teixeira. During her formative years, Awna toured and did street performances with The Derby, The Red Eyed Rounders, and the all-girl, country-folk band Barley Wik. In 2005 she joined Allison Russell and the Canadian touring band, Po'Girl. Since then the group has toured internationally and created five albums. Awna, while still working with Po'Girl, is currently embarking on her first solo project. We visited with her in our Albuquerque studios.

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THE RAILS

The Rails are running. English singer-songwriter duo Kami Thompson and James Walbourne have reached deep into their rich musical histories to concoct the kind of sharp, true folk rock blend rarely heard since the Seventies.