The Honky Tonk Papa Podcast

The Honky Tonk Papa Podcast

Welcome to the Honky Tonk Papa Podcast, a journey into the life and legacy of Atlanta legend Whit Connah. Whit was a powerhouse singer and musician, who loved nothing better than making art in his studio and music with his friends. He’s touched lives from Atlanta to Appalachia, New Orleans to New York - and beyond. If you love roots music – old-time country, Cajun, and blues – AND you love a good story… hop on board and join us for the ride. Head on over to honkytonkpapa.com to subscribe and listen on your favorite podcast app. ... Show More

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November 16, 2019 48 min

In Episode 1, Amy Connah Hudson and guest host Cira Lara discuss how and why Amy decided to create a podcast about the legacy of her father, Atlanta artist and musician Whit Connah. Several months after Amy lost her mother and father in 2016, she went on a mission to get their stories. She conducted audio interviews with close friends and family members in Atlanta and across the country. Listen to hear the rest of the story.
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Welcome to The Honky Tonk Papa Podcast, a journey into the life and legacy of Atlanta legend Whit Connah. Whit was a powerhouse singer and musician, who loved nothing better than making art in his studio and music with his friends. He’s touched lives from Atlanta to Appalachia, New Orleans to New York - and beyond. If you love roots music – old-time country, Cajun and blues – AND you love a good story… hop on board and join us f... Read more

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