In this episode, Jeremy Glazier talks with incredible guitar player, singer-songwriter, and all-around interesting person Scott Sharrard.
Jeremy Glazier interviews artists and artisans from every walk of life on his podcast, The Art Inside the Craft. Jeremy gets to the core of how talented people do what they do, incorporating what he learns to make his own craft better.
Alan Paul has spent years interviewing some of the most incredible artists of all genres. Today, Jeremy Glazier takes a turn.
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Iowa native Dickie Prall hits the road after talking with Jeremy Glazier. The timing is probably just a coincidence.
In this episode, Jeremy Glazier talks with Noah Lekas of the band American Restless, who draws on his Midwest roots for inspiration.
Maggie McClure and Shane Henry are the singer-songwriter, husband-wife duo who join forces as The Imaginaries. Jeremy Glazier digs their creativity.
In this episode, Jeremy Glazier talks with Tim Bluhm and Greg Loiacono of The Mother Hips, just as their entire back catalog is released on vinyl in partnership with the Blue Rose Foundation.
Episode 21, in which Jeremy Glazier has a fun conversation with the incredible musician, author, and artist Andy Aledort.
Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams have cemented themselves as incredible talents in any genre they choose. Jeremy Glazier talks with the duo on The Art Inside the Craft.
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Andrew Combs is one of those singer-songwriters that just blows Jeremy Glazier away each time he puts out a new album.
Elizabeth Moen may have started life with Midwest roots, but the singer-songwriter’s incredible talent has taken her to the international stage. Jeremy Glazier talks with the Iowa songbird on today’s episode.
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