John appeared live in studio at KUT in Austin today. It was a great, half-hour long interview with Jay Trachtenberg.
Ken Tucker reviewed “From the Ground Up” on NPR’s “Fresh Air” today.
John recorded an interview with WBUR’s “Here & Now” program in Boston yesterday; the tape will be running on NPR stations around the country today. The show can also be heard streaming live or via podcast from WBUR.
We posted a couple of days ago about a live webcast that John will be doing this afternoon/evening from Bob Weir’s TRI Studios that will be broadcast on Yahoo! Music. The time of the broadcast is 4PM PDT, which is 6PM Central and 7PM Eastern. John on the TRI Studios website Update: The webcast is
John was interviewed recently by NPR’s “Weekend Edition,” and the interview will air tomorrow (Sunday), May 6. That’s at 8 am on KOSU and KGOU for those of us here in Oklahoma. Everywhere else, please check your local listings. The interview will also be archived for streaming audio on the NPR site, and we’ll post
On May 8, John is going to perform the material from his new CD, “From the Ground Up”, from beginning to end, live via webcast from Bob Weir’s T.R.I. Studios in San Rafael, Calif. Stripping the songs down to just piano and guitar, John will reimagine the complete album using the state-of-the-art studio and equipment. Yahoo! Music will webcast the performance live at 4 PM PT.
Check out the great article in the L.A. Times about John: John Fullbright: Folk-rock straight outta Okemah by Randy Lewis NORMAN, Okla. — It’s hard to think of any city on the face of the planet that casts a larger shadow over the career of an aspiring folk-rooted singer-songwriter than Okemah, Okla., the town where
Just a quick post to celebrate the fact that, thanks to John’s amazing fans, John’s Kickstarter ended successfully today! The project is funded! CDs and other rewards will be going out very soon, and the new CD, From the Ground Up, will hit the streets on May 8. The summer tour schedule is filling up,
John has been in Italy this week, playing gigs with Andrew Hardin, making lots of friends and having a great time. The Italian music website, Rockol.com, posted a video of John and Andrew paying a visit to their offices, and Andrea Parodi sent us some great photos.
John was very pleased and grateful to be voted “Best in Folk” by the readers of the Oklahoma Gazette, in this year’s Woody Awards. Back in January, our editor-in-chief received an email from former Sen. Andrew Rice that, in part, sang the praises of Okemah musician and Blue Door regular John Fullbright, all of 23