From 2011: Mavis Staples, Tim O'Brien, Dougie MacLean, Joy Kills Sorrow, Mollie O'Brien & Rich Mo
NPR's Mountain Stage
This episode was taped in Glasgow, Scotland as a part of the Celtic Connections festival and first aired in 2011. The lineup includes Mavis Staples, Tim O'Brien, Dougie MacLean, Joy Kills Sorrow, Mollie O'Brien & Rich MooreSupport is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.com
915- Patti Smith, Van William, Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore, Robbie Fulks and more.
NPR's Mountain Stage
This special episode features a set from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Patti Smith, whose husband Fred ''Sonic'' Smith, born in Lincoln county, WV was honored the previous evening at the 2018 WV Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Plus you'll hear Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore perform along with their daughters Lucy & Brigid Moore, a set from Robbie Fulks, Van William, and an all-star tribute to WV's Rhinestone Hillbilly Little Jimmy Dickens, featuring Tim O'Brien, Charlie McCoy and more.
Swallow Hill Music Podcast - Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore
Front Row Podcast from Swallow Hill Music
What is the alchemy that makes music happen? What are the ingredients that go into its creation? Who are the tribe of people that create this sound? Swallow Hill Music presents the world of music to through the varied people that make it happen. Teacher, performer and world traveler, Martin Gilmore talks, plays and chats with luminaries of the music world known and unknown, seen and unseen. National performers, local songwriters, iconic instrument shop owners, managers, luthiers, sound engineers, and journalists are all brought into the conversation one at time to fill in the picture of how music is made, appreciated, and transformed. In this edition, Martin talks to Denver musician's Mollie O'Brien and Rich Moore, who are releasing their new album, Love Runner, at Swallow Hill Music on Sat, January 25 @ 8pm. Tickets are still available to the show.
Woodsongs 602: �Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore� and Gary Bennett�
MOLLIE O�BRIEN & RICH MOORE have made music for over 30 years. After their youngest daughter went to college, they started to do some dates together which lead to the release of their debut studio album called “Saints & Sinners.� Mollie took her first step into the public eye with her brother, Tim O�Brien, and has one of the most remarkable voices in roots music. Mollie shared a Grammy with a stellar bunch of bluegrass collaborators on True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe (Sugar Hill). Rich grew up in Philadelphia with a musical family. He is well-known and well-loved in Colorado's acoustic music family and has lived and performed here for over 25 years. He made his reputation in recent years as the rhythmic bedrock for Pete Wernick's Live Five. He is guitarist of choice for folk legend Tom Paxton, who invariably requests Moore as a sideman for his Colorado shows.GARY BENNETT is a founding member of the critically acclaimed country music band BR549, who recorded five well-received albums, received three Grammy nominations and was hailed by music industry trade magazine Billboard as having single-handedly revived the soul of country music in Nashville. During Gary's tenure, the band sold over 500,000 albums and toured the world, headlining shows as well as opening for such artists as Bob Dylan, George Jones, Merle Haggard, the Black Crowes and Brian Setzer. BR549 was also voted "Best Country Group" in 1996 by Rolling Stone magazine. Gary is about to release his second full length solo album and will be performing with all-star band filled with some Nashville�s top players.