Into Music Into Music is a podcast that explores the critical role that teachers, mentors, and tastemakers have in a musician's musical development. Episodes feature discussion of the performers work and creative process as well as lessons they've learned along the way.Host Jedd Beaudoin has been on the KMUW airwaves since 2009 with his two-hour music show, Strange Currency in addition to serving as one of the station's arts and culture reporters. He holds bylines with publications such as American Songwriter, No Depression, Keyboard, and PopMatters.
Into Music

Into Music

From KMUW | NPR for Wichita

Into Music is a podcast that explores the critical role that teachers, mentors, and tastemakers have in a musician's musical development. Episodes feature discussion of the performers work and creative process as well as lessons they've learned along the way.Host Jedd Beaudoin has been on the KMUW airwaves since 2009 with his two-hour music show, Strange Currency in addition to serving as one of the station's arts and culture reporters. He holds bylines with publications such as American Songwriter, No Depression, Keyboard, and PopMatters.

Most Recent Episodes

Into Music: Jerry Roe

In this conversation Jerry Roe recalls growing up in a musical household as the son of Nashville bassist Dave Roe as well cutting his teeth in the Nashville rock scene, the importance of balancing one's creative and non-creative lives, and the role that Friendship Commanders has taken in his life.

Into Music: Liz Brasher

In this conversation, Liz Brasher discusses her early days singing in church, how a friend gave her a crash course in popular music, her love of Bob Dylan, and her plans for future recordings.

Into Music: Peter Holsapple and Will Rigby

In this conversation, Peter Holsapple and Will Rigby recall their formative years in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, relocating to New York City, and the enduring appeal of the dB's.

Into Music: Robert Poss

In this conversation, Robert Poss recalls his early fascination with rock music, his longstanding friendship with sound artist Susan Stenger, who introduced him to a wide range of avant garde music, his brief tenure with Public Image Limited, working with Phill Niblock, and the early days of Band of Susans.

Into Music: Alex Tebeleff

In this conversation, Alex Tebeleff discusses the diverse music he heard in his childhood home, the guitar teacher who introduced him to funk and broader geopolitical perspectives, the impact the band Radiohead has had on him and his love of James Brown.

Into Music: Tim Easton

On this episode Tim Easton discusses the influence his siblings had on his musical formation, his solitary existence as a musician, and his approach to songwriting workshops.

Into Music: John Sneider

In this conversation, John Sneider recalls his early years as a working musician, his dislike of chops-driven music, and the personal and musical bond he shares with Goldings.

Into Music: Stephanie Sammons

In this conversation, Stephanie Sammons, who is also a certified financial planner, focusing on LGBTQ+ and 50+ clientele, discusses the path she took to becoming a singer-songwriter, the power of songwriting workshops, how her work in the financial world intersects with music, and working with producer Mary Bragg on Time and Evolution.

Into Music: Larry Goldings

On this episode, Larry Goldings discusses his time at The New School, working with James Taylor, cultivating respect with his audience and fellow musicians, as well as the importance of musical eclecticism.

Into Music: Thalia Zedek

In this conversation, Thalia Zedek recalls her earliest musical experiences with piano and clarinet, how she started playing guitar, and various experiences she had in the Boston music scene of the 1980s.