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As the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin is full of talented local artists.
Many of them have had their big break, but what about the yet-undiscovered ones? What they need is a megaphone to blast their sound around Austin and beyond.
Enter the Austinot Music Podcast.
The Austinot Music Podcast premieres today thanks to the show’s host, Austinot Dusty.
Episode One showcases the music of Emily Wolfe, who recently appeared on Indie Music Reviewer’s 2012 “Women of Indie” Artists list. Emily has a springtime sound that’s sure to have you rolling the windows down and singing along. Her catchy tunes display her melodious voice, but Emily’s talent doesn’t stop there. Austinot Dusty claims that she can play more instruments than he can name!
Click “play” on the podcast player above to learn more about Emily and hear two of the tracks off her debut album, Director’s Notes.
Want to hear more? We have two FREE SIGNED CD’s up for grabs. All you need to do is comment on this post. The authors of the BEST two comments will receive a copy of Director’s Notes, signed by Emily Wolfe. What a deal!
Thanks for tuning in to the first episode of the Austinot Music Podcast! We hope to see you again next week. And don’t forget to comment below for your chance to win a free CD.
(Photos courtesy of Emily Persinger.)
Want to be featured on an upcoming episode of the Austinot Music Podcast? Send Austinot Dusty a quick note by clicking HERE. He’ll get back to you within 24 hours.
I love this musician. I seriously haven’t been able to get her out of my head for a week now! I think she is definitely going places with her music! She is absolutely fantastic and just the type of music that should be played on radio, not the pop we all endure these days. Besides, it’s really catchy!!
She is definitely going places. Which song do you like better? Heavy or Before You Were Mine?
Before You Were Mine, for sure. Heavy sounds a little too poppy for me.
Wow, she is truly amazing! She has the edge and soul of the progressive, austin music that holds on to the tradition of folk.
Isn’t she, though?! 🙂 I love how Austin artists hold on to their folky roots. Did you hear who she plays alongside?
Wow! Beautiful song she sounds a lot like Cobie Collet..
That’s what I said!
You’re right! I hadn’t thought of that. What do you think of her voice?
Dusty is a great musician. I really enjoy the music and I’m excited about the podcast tomorrow. 😀
Haha! Thanks, but the podcast is over Emily Wolfe – not me! Just wait until you get a chance to listen at home.
Her lyrics get me every time, they run through my head for days!
Same here. Have you heard any of her other work?
My comment doesn’t count for the free CD (as I’m one of the Austinots) but I will say that when Dusty showed me the song “Heavy” I was really impressed with Emily’s sound and style. I think she is going to earn quite the local following with her sound and I wouldn’t be surprised if she starts getting offers from major labels. Bravo to Emily and company. – Eric
If you’re gonna be in Austin, you gotta be a fan of good, undiscovered music. I mean, that is why many people come to Austin in the first place, and if you go to The Drag on weekends, there’s always struggling artists playing for a few bucks, and the bars always have people. This woman reminds me a lot of Rocky Lott, who is another relatively unknown from the Austin area who now lives in Weatherford.
I keep waiting for Ian Crocker to get a record deal to go with all those gold medals he has, but… alas. That’s not gonna happen. (If you want to listen to him, I’ll rip the extras from a very expensive copy of the DVD he made with Michael Phelps and upload it. He’s an amazing blues and rock singer/songwriter.)
This combined two things that I enjoy so very much. Dusty speaking, and pretty women with good voices. I look forward to further installments!
A man after my own heart. I also love those two things. What did you think of the music?
Great voice!!! The young lady is going to be BIG in the music world!
Huge, I tells ya, huge! No doubt about it.
Glad you like it, Lacy. Emily is very talented!
It’s “Indie Music Reviewer,” not “Review.”
Just sayin’. 🙂
Thanks for catching that, Nate! Must have missed it. What did you think of Emily?
Her music is great but this commentary is the worst.
Ouch BH! It was his first podcast… we think he did pretty well for a newbie podcaster.. we all gotta start somewhere. Glad you liked the music at least!
Emily, Bravo! You are a fresh new beautiful Star. Emily, singing Star, let your light shine!
Isn’t she great, Karen? Have you heard many other artists who sound like her?
I seriously haven’t been able to get her out of my head for a week now!
I think she is definitely going places with her music! She is
absolutely fantastic and just the type of music that should be played on
radio, not the pop we all endure these days.