Mississippi Arts Hour
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Jere Nash
Malcolm White talks to author and political consultant Jere Nash. They talk about Nash growing up in Greenville, his work as a political consultant and creating the Mississippi Book Festival.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Candice Saylers
Candice Salyers is dance artist based in Hattiesburg and currently serving as Assistant Professor in Dance at the University of Southern Mississippi. Melody Moody Thortis talks to Candice about her exploration of dance and how it intersects with social issues and site-specific locations. Candice, a recent recipient of MAC's new Individual Project Grants, also shares about her time as a dancer and what’s she learned along the way
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Bronwynne Brent
Larry Morrisey talks with singer-songwriter Bronwynne Brent. The Greenville native has just released “Undercover,” her third album. It was recorded at the legendary Daptone Studio in New York City and features members the band The Reigning Sound.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Mac McAnally
Malcolm White catches up with singer-songwriter Mac McAnally. Malcolm and McAnally, a ten-time CMA Musician of the Year, talk about music, life in Nashville, and the new full-length album, Once in a Lifetime. Hailed as some of his finest material to date, McAnally crafted the album to reflect one of his intimate live shows