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God Help the Troubadour: The Eternal Voice of Phil Ochs
79 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
Legacy: Interview with Lee Houskeeper
Legacy episodes focus on the enduring impact that Phil Ochs has had on those who knew him, on his fans, and on folk music as a whole. In this episode, I speak to Lee Houskeeper, a very close friend of Phil Ochs, who first met him on the night of his infamous gold suit concert at Carnegie Hall in 1970. Houskeeper is a dazzling storyteller who is sure to keep you invested in what he has to say.
72 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
Legacy: Interview with SONiA (disappear fear)
Legacy episodes focus on the enduring impact that Phil Ochs has had on those who knew him, on his fans, and on folk music as a whole. In this episode, we sit down with SONiA, aka Sonia Rutstein of disappear fear, to talk about the impact Phil Ochs had on her life and her music. Learn even more about SONiA at her website: https://www.soniadisappearfear.com/ and be sure to check out her wonderful tribute album, "Get Your Phil"!
87 minutes | Apr 10, 2021
Legacy: Interview with Sonny Ochs
While God Help The Troubadour's regular episodes are on hiatus, we will periodically be releasing bonus content. We've decided to call these "Legacy" episodes, as they will focus on the enduring impact that Phil Ochs has had on those who knew him, on his fans, and on folk music as a whole. In this installment, we had the pleasure of interviewing Sonny Ochs, Phil's older sister. Topics include Phil's early life, his family, his later years, artists who carry on his musical spirit, and why his story still connects to young people today. Below is a list of the artists Sonny mentioned during the episode - we highly recommend you check them out. Martyn Joseph SONiA disappear fear Pat Wictor Kim & Reggie Harris Tony Rice John Flynn Greg Greenway Pat Humphreys Tom Prasada-Rao Ellis Paul Colleen Kattau Tom Paxton Holly Near Roy Zimmerman Joe Jencks
104 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Part Two: I Ain't Marching Anymore
Part two defines the meaning of the term "hootenanny," reluctantly explores our hero's relationship with another little-known songwriter, and leads us into the release of Phil's second record. After the biography portion, listen to a small circle of friends discuss the album and its impact.
95 minutes | Dec 19, 2020
Part One: All the News that's Fit to Sing
Part one begins with the birth of our hero, detailing his life all the way up to the recording of his first studio album. After the biography portion, listen to a small circle of friends discuss the album and its impact.
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