Indie Music Room

Indie Music Room

The Indie Music Room is a showcase for artists to share their original songs, explain the thoughts behind their music, and play their most recent recordings. Hosted by Heather Kelly, she knows what it's like to be an Independent artist and all the things that go on behind-the-scenes to create an album of original music.

Episodes

March 29, 2021 32 min
Heather Kelly talks with Connor Frost from the New York based power pop band Dizzy Bats. Connor and Heather talk about writing, recording, and performing in the age of COVID-19. Songs include Alone, Cut Me Loose, and That Night.
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Heather Kelly talks with singer/songwriter Shadric Smith. Shadric tells about writing and recording his style of music which includes Country-swing, folk, and blues. Songs include Diamonds Don't Mean a Thing, Yankee Cowboy, Rollin' Down That Lincoln Highway, and a bonus song, Underneath the Lilac Tree, featuring Heather Kelly.
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Heather Kelly talks with guitarist and songwriter Brandon Scott Sellner. Brandon talks about the early days of his career and describes his home studio, and how recording at home differs from laying down tracks at a contract studio. Songs include The Journey, Still Dreaming, and Everlasting Lullaby.
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It's Heather Kelly's annual Christmas show, featuring holiday music by Scott Dorman, Melvin James, Brandon Scott Sellner, Kirk Kaufman, Jack Gallup, Dave Hearn, and Tim Kelly.
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November 13, 2020 30 min
Heather Kelly talks with Nashville songwriter Scott Dorman about his career in music. Scott talks about all the things he's done, from jingle writing to writing and performing in Nashville. Songs include One Thing, The Rest of My Life, and Trampoline.
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September 23, 2020 38 min
Heather Kelly talks with Joshua Sinclair about how his career has evolved over the past 20 years. Joshua talks about signing multiple record deals to the music biz in general, and all the things that go along with it. Songs include Hank, Silicone and Wine, She's Got It All, and Stitches.
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Heather Kelly talks with Bill Grady about the early days of podcasting and it's connection with independent artists and their music. Bill tells how Podcasters used to connect with independent artists through Adam Curry's PodShow PodSafe Music Network. Songs include Summertime by Brother Love, Say What You Will by Chance, and Dear Cheri by Road Trip. Music provided from the PodShow Podsafe Music Network.
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May 20, 2020 26 min
Heather Kelly’s guest is her biggest musical influence, her father Tim Kelly. Tim talks about his journey as teen in starting a band, to a weekend musician with a family, and now writing and recording in his home studio. From appearing on KVFD’s Barn Dance as a teen to being inducted into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Hall of Fame, Tim has done it all. Songs include South 22nd Street Bar, On My Way, and Ain’t Gonna Be the Blame.
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April 16, 2020 35 min
Heather Kelly talks with Kirk Kaufman about his many collaborations over the years. Kirk tells about he writes his songs, and shares his story about meeting Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys. Songs include End of Time, Little Bit Of, Cars Don't Rust in Outer Space, Space Cadet, and Bomber.
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