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John Prine

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Dave Jacques: Twenty-Five Years with John Prine (Season Two, Episode 6)

Prine Time



3 May 2021

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Discovery Episode: John Prine

Crossing the Streams with Brent and Aaron

This week, Aaron and Brent team up to learn more about the music of a beloved American singer- songwriter and pay tribute to his legacy. With an influence that has attracted fans from Bob Dylan to Sturgill Simpson, Aaron and Brent celebrate the music and career of John Prine in Episode 54. Aaron highlights three songs from Prine's early work while Brent focuses on three songs from various stages of his career leading up to his final studio album The Tree of Forgiveness. For the first time ever, Aaron and Brent dedicate an entire episode to one artist.  Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

1hr 17mins

5 Apr 2021

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MBDLF2 - 98 - John Prine: The Tree of Forgiveness

My Beautiful Dark Listed Fantasy

John Prine's penultimate album is a far stretch from its gloomy cover art. Instead of preaching us his life lessons, John takes us down fond memory lanes and invites us to the pub for Gin and cigarettes. We're coming John. 

1hr 10mins

20 Mar 2021

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Day 11 - Emily Blunt & John Prine

Camino On A Treadmill

In which I discuss Emily Blunt, John Prine and other Old Testament characters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 1min

22 Feb 2021

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John Prine Tribute: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Tiny Desk Concerts - Audio

From Margo Price to Nathaniel Rateliff, watch five artists perform their favorite John Prine tunes from their homes (and bathtubs) in honor of one of the greatest songwriters of any generation.


19 Jan 2021

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John Prine Tribute: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Tiny Desk Concerts - Video

From Margo Price to Nathaniel Rateliff, watch five artists perform their favorite John Prine tunes from their homes (and bathtubs) in honor of one of the greatest songwriters of any generation.


19 Jan 2021

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Billy Prine (Brother Of The Late Great John Prine) and Producer Michael Dinallo

My Backstage Pass

A conversation with Nashville Bluesman Billy Prine, the younger brother of the late great John Prine, and Billy's music producer Michael Dinallo! Billy Prine formed and led his first bar band in Chicago at the tender age of twelve. Chicago in the 1960’s and early 1970’s was wide open, just as FM radio was evolving, with all types of music, but especially the blues from the famed Chess Records and country music with the National Barn Dance, which was a precursor to the Grand Ole Opry.  Growing up in such a rich musical city allowed Billy to develop his unique style of American roots music and absorb a myriad of influences firsthand by seeing Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, The Rolling Stones and Chicago’s innumerable blues legends such as Howlin’ Wolf, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Michael Bloomfield, and many more.As any true child of the late 60’s and early 70’s, Billy headed west ~ "go west young man" ~ to California. Playing in bands in California for several years before heading back east again with his thumb out in the wind catching rides back to Chicago. This unto itself is another education, which took him through the Heartland and even as far south as New Orleans. But the call of family is strong and Billy served as his brother John Prine’s tour manager in the late 70s, which included hanging at Sam Phillips recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee in 1979 while John was recording his Pink Cadillac album with Knox and Jerry Phillips producing. Jerry and Knox’s father – the iconic Sam Phillips – stepped in to produce two tracks for the first time in years at the recording console.Billy's new EP "A Place I Used To Know" produced by Michael Dinallois is available on Memphis International Records, Spotify, Apple Music and all other streaming platforms! The album includes two songs written by his late brother, the legendary John Prine.Michael Dinallois, Billy's producer, also has an array of other recent projects as well, most notably a tribute album to country music icon Charlie Rich called “Feel Like Going Home,” a set of songs that he produced and which finds both he and his wife Juliet performing on.“We both love to be busy,” Michael said, “It’s kind of turned into this thing where this is what the Dinallo family does. We go out and play shows, and it’s great to have our 8 year old daughter with us because she’s getting to see the world. That’s all part of the homeschooling thing. She’s kind of grown up in the business, because she’s never known it any other way.”Learn more about Billy Prine online at https://www.billyprine.comLearn more about Michael Dinallo online at http://www.michaeldinallo.com and  at http://www.blackroserecords.net/michael-dinalloAlso check out Billy and  Michael's podcast Prine Time  which will feature various tracks from the EP and is sure to knock your socks off! Available at http://prinetimepodcast.com 


16 Nov 2020

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Fishin' with John Prine

Song Of The Soul

A tribute to John Prine, with 6 guests, some singing songs by John, others singing songs about and inspired by John, all paying tribute to a great, truly unique, country-folk singer who died this past April. Carsie Blanton, Laura Farley, and Johnsmith will be singing originals, while Sammie Purcell of Foxes and Fossils, Tom Pirozolli, and Joe Jencks will be covering John Prine songs. Great originals & great renditions, seeded by John Prine. Feature John Prine Tribute Music: Fishin' With You - Carsie Blanton - watch the Fishin' With You video Hello In There - written by John Prine, performed by Tom Pirozolli Hunkered Love - written & performed by Johnsmith - watch the Hunkered Love video Angel from Montgomery - written by John Prine, performed by Sammie Purcell of Foxes and Fossils - watch their Angel from Montgomery video John's Song - written & performed by Laura Farley of High and Rising - watch their John's Song video Spanish Pipe-dream (Blow Up Your TV) - written by John Prine, performed by Joe Jencks

19 Sep 2020

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Remembering John Prine

Song Talk Radio | Songwriting Tips | Lyrics | Arranging | Live Feedback

On this episode we are talking about the great John Prine. This American treasure, perhaps a modern day Mark Twain, a peerless songwriter and chronicler of the lives of regular folk sadly passed away recently – one of the many victims of the Covid 19 pandemic.…


14 Aug 2020

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Rock And Roll Heaven: Lost To Covid- John Prine (unedited)

Pantheon - The Music Podcast Network

One man, one guitar, and the hundreds of stories he left behind...Join LD, Will the Thrill and TJ II as we celebrate the inspirational life and music of John Prine. This unedited live simulcast reminds us of a this pioneer in songwriting. Prine went on to influence artists in all genres including Bob Dylan, Kacey Musgraves, Better Midler, REM and The Black Keys. Despite his tragic passing related to COVID-19, Prine will always be remembered for his honest storytelling. Come along as we tell his story.Our social stuff:Patreon.com/rockandrollheavenTwitter: @rockandrollltInstagram: RockandrollheavenltFacebook: Rock and Roll Heaven PodOur website: https://rockandrollheavenl.wixsite.com/mysiteEmail us! rockandrollheavenlt@gmail.comCheck out the other awesome Pantheon Podcast at http://rocknrollarchaeology.com/

2hr 22mins

7 Aug 2020