Sid Griffin, author, musician and now broadcaster, plays his current fave tunes from across the musical spectrum and chats about what’s coming up in his own life and what’s going down at large culturally.
Welcome to the eleventh episode of Call All Coal Porters wherein the theme is Musical Brotherhood.
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Calling all Coal Porters.
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Calling all Coal Porters.
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Sid takes us on a musical journey through a number of the live acts he has enjoyed over the years.
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A musical and geographical trip with your host Sid Griffin.
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Broadcast from the balmy streets of London Town the sixth Sid Griffin podcast is here for your listening pleasure.
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Broadcast from an unnamed Central American embassy in downtown London the firth Sid Griffin podcast is now uploaded and ready to be heard.
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Broadcast from somewhere deep beneath the River Thames.
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Holiday greetings from Coal Porters World HQ.The third Sid Griffin podcast is uploaded and ready to be heard. Please tune in for festive cheer and holiday harmonies!
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Having mastered so many of the arts it seems natural author/musician/pundit Sid Griffin should turn his attention to broadcasting. This second broadcast of his Radio Free 2nd podcast from Radio Free Sid Griffin (at Coal Porters World HQ in London)
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This is the Podcast of ex-Long Ryder and now Coal Porters Sid Griffin
Sid Griffin displays many chapeaux in his career as a multi-faceted musician, proud author, knowledgeable broadcaster and professional golfer. Or is that professional go-fer? Okay, only the first three hats get anywhere near his noggin, but they all fit snugly. He is also a proud parent and part time journalist as well as a man who makes excellent cheese mushroom omelettes.
An eighth-generation native Kentuckian (on both sides) who currently resides in England, Sid has popped up in literary circles due to the success of his Million Dollar Bash book on Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes as well as the follow up Shelter From The Storm. He has also appeared in music circles due to his bluegrass band the Coal Porters enjoying success after success and to his many media appearances, be they via ink or the airwaves. Griffin has already won a Lifetime Achievement Award in Italy in 2003 (true!), and Sid’s old band the Long Ryders, the legendary founders of alt-country, have reformed in 2004, 2009, 2014 and twice in 2016 but they have no new studio material since 1986. However in 2017 the band hope to record some new songs for a new album!
The Coal Porters, Sid’s new band, continue to perform live and release albums via Prima Records with their latest being 2016’s No. 6, their well-received sixth studio album.
Prima released Sid’s first solo album in a decade (!), The Trick Is To Breathe, in September 2014. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, it was Sid’s first time recording in an American studio since he moved to Europe in 1992.
Sid Griffin proudly uses Pickboy Picks!