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Prine Time Podcast

Prine Time is a monthly podcast hosted by Nashville bluesman deluxe Billy Prine (the younger brother of the late, great John Prine) and roots music producer Michael Dinallo. Prine Time is co-produced by Jonathan E. Mitchell. On Prine Time, we discuss interesting subjects pertaining to music, arts, places, people and things that we have seen and heard. Some we haven’t heard yet. Some we may never hear. But we guarantee you’ll be glad you joined us! We welcome you to get comfortable, grab a refreshment and sit back for the next 30 minutes or so and enjoy a little bit of paradise.

Prine Time Podcast

Prine Time is a monthly podcast hosted by Nashville bluesman deluxe Billy Prine (the younger brother of the late, great John Prine) and roots music producer Michael Dinallo. Prine Time is co-produced by Doug Hudson. The executive producer is Jonathan E. Mitchell. On Prine Time, we discuss interesting subjects pertaining to music, arts, places, people and things that we have seen and heard. Some we haven’t heard yet. Some we may never hear. But we guarantee you’ll be glad you joined us! We welcome you to get comfortable, grab a refreshment and sit back for the next 30 minutes or so and enjoy a little bit of paradise.

Billy Prine & Amy Kurland Discuss the Famous Bluebird Café

Podcast host Billy Prine visits with Amy Kurland, the original owner of the storied Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of Billy’s first employers when he moved to Nashville in 1982. Billy was one of the original bartenders at the Bluebird. Amy and Billy talk about the Bluebird Café’s humble beginnings to it becoming the mecca More

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A Conversation with Billy Prine

John Prine’s “big little brother” talks about his new record, growing up with John, Steve Goodman, Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, playing Rock & Roll, meat loaf, blueberry cobbler, Chicago pizza, Al Bunetta, how the song “Paradise” moved their dad more than anything ever, and more “He had a big heart,” Billy Prine said about his More

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