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Exploring the Personal Podcast

I mentioned in an earlier post that I was considering starting a podcast. My idea initially was to make it a themed music podcast, featuring plenty of older, off the beaten path, folky-dolky music you come across here from time to time. However the more I think about it, the more I’m leaning to something else altogether, more of a personal podcast featuring interviews with people who interest me, stories, and even some banjo picking and  squeezebox squeezing, recorded just for the podcast.

I’m still figuring out all the technical stuff, but I think once that is done, it’s done. The more important thing is to work out the content, and to that end I’ve started to sketch out some ideas. I’d like to get started sometime in August, and initially make it a monthly effort, and if that works out ok, once I get the hang of it, perhaps increasing the frequency.

I haven’t got a name for it yet, and suggestions are welcome. I want to relate it to 27th Street, because it really is an extension of my personal blog (on which I’ll of course report on the trials and tribulations of getting this particular folly off the ground).


  1. That sounds really great – I’d listen. There are plenty of folk music podcasts out there, but you have enough interesting hobbies and friends and the kind of passion and curiosity that would make the personal podcast unique and engaging. Yeah!

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