94twenty podcast – Episode 17

In this episode of the 94twenty podcast, we talk about how the folk music of the early ’60s was the prototype for the singer-songwriter of today. We also discuss the importance of sync opportunities for young artists to make a living when starting out. Our featured artist of the week is Sam C. Jones, along with Hannah Jane Kile. No “Question of the Week” but we would love to know what questions you’d like us to ask. Email nicole@94twenty.com with your suggestions! Also, if you do have an artist that you want to hear featured, please share or recommend them to us, we are always on the lookout for great new music!

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Links from this episode:

Sam C. Jones
Hannah Jane Kile
Bob Dylan
Dave Van Ronk
Pete Seeger
Peter Paul & Mary
John Phillips
Joni Mitchell
Joan Baez
Woodstock
Cat Stevens
Neil Young
The Limeliters
Glenn Yarbrough
Celebration of American Farm
The Beatles
Rock n Roll Hall of Fame
The Zombies
No Direction Home
Yellowstone
Breaking Bad
BadFinger – Baby Blue
Led Zepplin
Podcastmusic
Origins (Sex and the City)

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