A while back, I wrote you about a great new podcast here in our area, called Art and Soul of North Texas. I’m writing you about it again today because I was the featured artist for March. Because of our vacation, we didn’t get the interview done until late in the month, and I wanted to have this notice displayed on the April page of this blog, so it would get more visibility for a longer time. So, I waited until today to mention it to you…
I’m inviting you to give it a listen. Art and Soul is created and produced by my friend, Shelly Niebhur, who is herself quite an accomplished musician and painter. Check out her own website here.
I have been interviewed for “radio” many times. But I have to say –with all due respect to the interviews that have come before– this is the best one, hands down. The podcast format allows us lots of time to explore the issues, and have a true dialogue, and not just “canned” responses.
Here’s how Shelly describes the interview:
Eric Folkerth is in studio today. A prolific singer/songwriter, minister, and blogger, Eric’s intelligent songwriting and skillful guitar playing have earned him a loyal and large fan base in our area. You’ll get to hear songs from his upcoming CD, along with songs from his first CD “Songs for the Time Being”. And, you’ll hear about a new love in his life, his Santa Cruz guitar.
You can listen online by clicking right here.
Once you’re there, you can also “subscribe” to the podcast too, which allows it to be automatically downloaded into your iPod.
Many thanks to Shelly for asking me to be a guest. I hope you’ll all take the time to give this interview a listen.