Take a look at the career of local blues legend Mac Arnold, featuring an interview with the man himself!
An interview with Emile Pandolfi, who moved to Greenville at age 9, beginning a career that would span the globe and produce over 30 records .
Take a deep dive into Mark V! From 1961 - 1990, this studio was a nationally respected producer of music for many labels and artists.
Jazz legend Charlie Spivak moved to Greenville in 1967 to become the featured act at Ye Olde Fireplace throughout the 1970s.
We sit down with music historian Hunter Holmes to listen to some 78s of local artists from the 1920's and 30's.
We chat with local mill historian Don Koonce and sit in on a rehearsal of the Greenville Textile Heritage Band.
The man, the myth, the Magnificent Malochi. An unsung force in early Rock n Roll. Featuring an interview with Miriam Linna.
The beloved Greenville institution gets a closer look, featuring interviews with former staff, artists, and fans.
A look at the forces that shaped Greenville's artistic landscape, featuring interviews with John Nolan, Jay Spivey, & Dr. Thomas Strange.
Greenville's first major venue, bringing national acts to the region from 1901 to 1923.
A brief explanation of the project and how the Greenville Music History Podcast came into being.
A look at the life and career of Josh White, featuring an interview with his son, Josh White Jr.
Greenville Music Preservation works to collect, archive, and present the music history of Greenville, SC – revealing and celebrating our community’s unique cultural identity.