What inspires singers? Toward whom does a singer glance when searching for musical ideas? Where do singers travel to fill their wells with creativity? When do singers reach for outside inspiration and why do they turn where they turn? I am delighted to investigate some of these direct and rhetorical questions in my podcast on WGJC radio, “The Singer’s Muse.”
Singers from a variety of genres will be invited to contribute their thoughts as guests. As we share our journeys, stories, and experiences, we will learn from one another and celebrate the singer’s creative life.
I am excited to welcome my first guest, David Rhyne, artistic director of S.C.Bach, to The Singer’s Muse. We discuss how J.S. Bach has been a major source of inspiration for Rhyne, leading to his founding this baroque performance organization. We also discuss our upcoming virtual concert, Bach and Jazz with Tish Oney, which we will record in January. Check SCBach.org and tishoney.com for updates on the broadcast of Bach and Jazz with Tish Oney!
Listen to “The Singer’s Muse” live on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm at https://live365.com/station/WGJC—Greenville-Jazz-Collect-a88760
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Podcast, TV, and Radio Guest Appearances
- WICN – Inquiry with Mark Lynch: Dr. Tish Oney – Bach and Jazz
- WICN – Inquiry with Mark Lynch: Tish Oney – The Best Part
- WICN – Inquiry with Mark Lynch: Dr. Tish Oney – Peggy Lee book
- Live TV Interview on KVRR – Fargo, ND
- Talk Radio Europe – The Daily with Dave Hodgson – Dr. Tish Oney – Peggy Lee: A Century of Song
- Koger Center Arts Roundup – Dr. Tish Oney
- The Broken Glass Podcast – Episode 60 – Tish Oney: Finding Inspiration from Those Who Come Before Us
- q with Tom Power (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) – Tish Oney: 100 Years of Peggy Lee