More about songwriting, music, and musicians, in Boise and elsewhere.
Blue Railroad : A Magazine of the Arts
Paul Zollo is the co-founder, editor and chief photographer for Bluerailroad, an online magazine of the arts. Bluerailroad features Zollo’s interviews in their pure, unexpurgated form, as well as galleries of his photographs. Paul Zollo was the editor of SongTalk magazine for many years. The phrase “Song Talk” in the Boise Song Talk program title is used courtesy of Paul Zollo. (Wikipedia)
Boise Weekly is Boise, Idaho’s source for music listings, CD reviews, local show reviews, Boise band roster and music features. (Boise Weekly)
Treasure Valley Community Television
TVCTV’s mission is to facilitate a free exchange of ideas, community dialogue, cultural and artistic expression for the residents of the Treasure Valley.
Go Listen Boise
Go Listen Boise is a non-profit, all volunteer organization with the mission of fostering a vibrant and diverse musical culture in the Boise area. (golistenboise.org)
Idaho Music is a weekly, one hour program that will feature songs, performances, and interviews of Idaho artists. The program is broadcast on KBSU-FM and KBSW-FM each Friday night at 9PM. (radio.boisestate.edu)
Idaho Songwriters Association
The Idaho Songwriters Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouragement and promotion of songwriters from all genres in the our region. We are based in Boise, but we encourage and enthusiastically welcome songwriters from all over Idaho to participate in our events. (idahosongwriters.com)
Music from Stanley
Music from Stanley is an eclectic mix of some of Idaho’s best musicians. It consists of a live concert series that takes place on Sunday afternoons June through September at Redfish Lake Lodge in Stanley, Idaho, and a radio show, hosted by Ryan Peck, that airs on KBSU and KISU in the fall. (musicfromstanley.com)
Boise Community Radio – Locally Grown Radio for Boise and Beyond.
The Record Exchange is Idaho’s largest independent music store, steadfastly expanding Idaho’s musical boundaries for over 33 years. (therecordexchange.com)
James Coberly Smith and Severin Browne performed together regularly around the greater Los Angeles area.