Acoustic Interlude

Sundays Noon - 4:00 p.m.

August 11, 2019

The Steel Wheels
Credit Brian Blauser

The Steel Wheels bill themselves as a roots based acoustic music collective. Drawing on their Blue Ridge Mountains heritage, the band combines traditional influences with modern folk and Americana styles. The result is a unique and identifiable sound that connects with a wide variety of fans. We'll check out the latest studio album from The Steel Wheels, the summertime 2019 release, Over the Trees.

Del Suggs
Credit Photo Courtesy of the Artist

This week from our Studio-A, an old friend and Trop Rock pioneer, Del Suggs

Each year, Acoustic Interlude travels to the 30A Festival, one of the biggest and best gatherings of its kind in the Southeast.  

Here's the full list of our 2019 30A session artists: Justin Townes Earle, The Secret Sisters, Ellis Paul, Griffin House, Will Kimbrough, Callaghan, Grayson Capps, The Tall Pines, Tom Gray, Sugarcane Jane, Tommy Wommack, Gretchen Peters, Webb Wilder, Robby Hecht, Liam Russell, Vanessa Peters, Eliot Bronson, Zoe Sky Jordan, Adron, Peter Karp, Kyshonna Armstrong, Shannon LaBrie, Granville Automatic, The Mosleys, The War and Treaty, Korby Lenker, and Jesse Terry.

The sessions are added to our podcast, Acoustic Interlude Sessions, as they are broadcast. Video from the recorded 30A Session Webcasts can be viewed at Acoustic Interlude Media

Podcast
The best Acoustic Interlude artist sessions are now available as a podcast. These interview and performance segments originate from our Studio-A and remote locations including the 30A Songwriters Festival. Check it out, listen, download or subscribe: Acoustic Interlude Podcast.

AI at 30A
Each year Acoustic Interlude visits the 30A Songwriters Festival for a series of exclusive interview and performance sessions. Featured artists from 2018 include John Gorka, Mary Gauthier, Jeff Black, Vanessa Peters, Gretchen Peters, Peter Karp, and many more.

Acoustic Interlude features new recordings and music from an extensive collection of contemporary and progressive acoustic music. The emphasis is on progressive folk with some traditional and classic styles. Interview and performance sessions from our Studio-A are featured weekly. 

Contact Acoustic Interlude: acoustic@wuwf.org  (800) 239-9893  (850) 474-2787  

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