THAT MIDDAY SHOW INTERVIEW
I was very excited about appearing on the UNSIGNED radio program, singing four of my original songs. THAT MIDDAY SHOW was my first songwriter interview appearance. The full broadcast was approximately 50 mins long and included a description of my music and songwriting background, style, inspiration, and methods. The original songs I sang represent different styles, which I incorporate in my songwriting. I also sang song clips of some of my other songs as examples. The full podcast is available below.
My first Live Radio Singer-Songwriter Interview… I got to talk about some of my songwriting processes and experiences and sang four of my original songs LIVE!!!
“We welcome Larry Warfield as our first guest. He talks with us about his songwriting process and sings “Smokey Mountain Bears,” “Father Forgive Me,” and “Now I’m Thinking.”
Listen to the full podcast below. My original songs are played toward the end of the program.
Southern Fried Radio Network
That Midday Show is a show that airs weekly on the Southern Fried Radio Network – a Podcast Network. A Podcast Network, then, is talk radio featuring podcasts that you can air wherever and whenever you want.
That Midday Show Formerly aired on WOZO Radio in Knoxville, TN, now part of the Southern Fried Radio Network. That Midday Show describes itself as a Podcast, talking about topics such as Comedy, Geek, Nerd, and Pop Culture. They also throw in musicians to give their listeners a taste of the local musical flavors. Recently they added WWE, Wrestlemania 34, and for the “cat-lovers” a Cat Show.
“Southern Fried Radio Network, based in Knoxville, TN, is a podcast network presenting a variety of podcasts to listeners. Shows are produced in both Knoxville, TN, and in the LA area. The shows on the network cover everything from news and politics to pop culture, sports, and everything in between. SFR shows can be found on iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn Radio, and Stitcher Radio.” Find out more about the network check out www.southernfriedradio.net.
by Larry S. Warfield