Spinning On Air
Connie Converse lived in New York City during the 1950s, writing and singing thoughtful, emotional, smart, witty, personal songs. She accompanied herself on guitar, a “singer/songwriter” before that term or style existed. Connie sang her songs at gath
Miles Davis said Jeri Southern was his favorite singer. Frank Sinatra called her “the very best.” David Garland has interwoven his 1990 interview Jeri Southern with a new conversation with Jeri’s daughter Kathryn King—mother’s and daughter’s c
Miles Davis said she was his favorite singer. Frank Sinatra was a fan. Coming in October: David Garland's extensive interview with Jeri Southern.
David Garland features his rare 1984 interview with composer Julius Eastman, who died homeless in 1990. With startling candor and insight, Eastman tells of his musical and spiritual life. Also included: a 15-minute vocal performance by Eastman recorded in
Coming in September, David Garland features his rare 1984 interview with composer Julius Eastman. This preview features a collage of interview excerpts.
Reaching into the Spinning On Air archive, David Garland shares some interesting observations and insights from creative song-makers.
Diane Cluck performs her song Sara in concert at Roulette in Brooklyn; Dave Deporis performs his song Ghostly Baby with David Garland.
Diane Cluck talks about song creation, true voice, and empowering singers to create healthy communities on Spinning On Air podcast Episode 1, with host David Garland.