This podcast miniseries, hosted by Arkansas singer-songwriter Ryan Harmon, features conversations with country music icons and Arkansas favorites like Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Charlie Daniels, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and producer Shawn Camp, Marty Raybon of Shenandoah and more.
Each episode takes listeners on a journey through the guest's career, as they share stories and philosophies about the music business, while also aiming to answer the question – What does country music mean to you?
Country Fried: Episode 7 "Bobby Bones" Country singer-songwriter Ryan Harmon, is back with aspecial episode of "Country Fried," featuring media personality and Arkansas native Bobby Bones, recorded on the set of "American Idol" in Savannah, GA.
Country Fried: Episode 6 'Happy Trails' Today on the final episode of "Country Fried," Ryan Harmon looks back on some of the conversations he's had on the show with country music icons and legends. It all centers around one simple question - What does country music mean to you? Hear answers from Ryan and his guests, and let us know what it means to you.
Country Fried: Episode 4 'Darrell Scott and Shawn Camp' Ryan talks with two of the most respected singer-songwriters in the world of country, Americana and bluegrass music – Darrell Scott and Shawn Camp. Though there are some stylistic differences between the two, their careers have both taken a very similar path.
Country Fried: Episode 3 'Barbara Fairchild' This week on "Country Fried," Ryan talks with Arkansas native and Grammy award-nominee Barbara Fairchild. From her first single, released at age 15, to classics such as the "Teddy Bear Song," Barbara has made her mark in country music history. Enjoy her great stories and sense of humor in this country music conversation.
Country Fried: Episode 2 'Marty Raybon' Ryan talks with the voice of country classics suchas "Two Dozen Roses," "The Church On Cumberland Road,""Mama Knows" and more - Marty Raybon of Shenandoah. Listen now forstories from the band's early days, Marty's philosophies on country music andmore.