DIY Artist Debuts, pt. 2 - Episode #326

September 25th, 2015
DIY Artist Debuts, pt. 2 - Episode #326

We continue to unveil some top-notch do-it-yourself artists making their UTR debut, like Stephen Fryrear, Harbor and Home, and The Asking.  Plus we share words of wisdom for up-and-coming artists from music vets Steve Taylor, Justin McRoberts, & Matt Brouwer.

Songs Played in This Episode (11)
  • The Asking EP Grace and Glory
    on The Asking EP
    by The Asking
  • Fool Josephine
    on Fool
    by forBrothers
  • Bones Bones
    on Bones
    by Joshua Moss (ft Annie Wolfzorn)
  • Who’s Going To Hold You In The Evening Might Be You
    on Who’s Going To Hold You In The Evening
    by Seafinch
  • Songs from the Red Box Run For Cover
    on Songs from the Red Box
    by Angela Sheik
  • Dark Days California
    on Dark Days
    by Harbor and Home
  • Carried Along The Coral Castle
    on Carried Along
    by Andrew Peterson
  • The Badlands The Badlands
    on The Badlands
    by Stephen Fryrear
  • All I Need Today All I Need Today
    on All I Need Today
    by Nicole Kelley
  • Pilgrim Miles Saint Brigid’s Well
    on Pilgrim Miles
    by Luke Hyder
  • All is Gift All is Gift
    on All is Gift
    by Luke Spehar

Producer Notes:

One of the joys of this ministry is that we can find and share top-notch musical discoveries.  This week, we add 10 artists to the UTR family for the first time.  You'll get a taste of how we learn about great music: from personal introductions (Stephen Fryrear, forBrothers), from suggestions by UTR listeners (Joshua Moss, Luke Spehar), from YouTube (Harbor and Home), from recommendations by fellow artists (Angela Sheik), and from attending Escape To The Lake (Luke Hyder, The Asking, Nicole Kelley).  We're also excited to share interview clips with terrific advice and encouragement for folks who want to pursue a music career from our friends Steve Taylor, Judah & The Lion, Justin McRoberts, & Matt Brouwer.  What was your favorite discovery this week?  (Dave)

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