Jeremy Powell is an experienced radio and podcast producer who has spent many years working in Atlanta. He graduated from Darlington School in Rome, Ga., and is an avid music fan and vinyl collector.
On the Friday, June 23 edition of Georgia Today: A Cobb County teacher faces discipline for book covering 'divisive concepts'; protesters get labeled — and charged — as domestic terrorists; and "Cephalopod Week" is coming
On the Thursday, June 15 edition of Georgia Today: Lawmakers are taking another look at billions of dollars in state tax breaks; teachers and school leaders try a new strategy for helping child literacy; and failed Republican U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker is going back to school.
On the Wednesday, June 7 edition of Georgia Today: CNN ousts its CEO; Some opponents of the Atlanta public safety training center change tactics; and an author looks at the emotional impact of giving up a child for adoption.
On the Tuesday, June 6 edition of Georgia Today: Atlanta City Council approves funding for the planned public safety training center in a marathon session; the federal government is spending millions to make railroad crossing safer in Georgia; and and the owner of a restaurant in Decatur has been named the best chef in the Southeast.
Hundreds of people line up to speak as the Atlanta City Council prepares to vote on the proposed police training facility; Fulton County launches a new mobile mental health unit; and oyster harvesting season officially ends in Georgia — we'll tell you whether you can expect more oysters in restaurants across the region.
Irish folk punk rock in Atlanta? The Muckers join the Peach Jam Podcast to shed light on a music scene that is bigger than you expect it to be. Plus, learn about their wild St. Patrick's Day itineraries and what it is like for them to play DragonCon.
Peach Jam Podcast features stories and songs recorded live in our GPB studios from a variety of incredibly talented and diverse bands and artists who call the Peach State home.
According to some, Kevn Kinney (and Drivin N Cryin) is an Atlanta institution. In this episode of the Peach Jam Podcast, the local legend talks about his friendship with famous musicians, stopping a concert to watch the Braves game, and a career that spans multiple generations. Plus, Kevn's wife, Anna Jensen, tells us about the star-studded Kevn Kinney tribute project Let's Go Dancing.
According to a local poll, Soap is the best rock band, best blues band, and best Americana band in Savannah. In this episode of the Peach Jam Podcast, Soap shares their insight into the Savannah music scene, bringing the party band atmosphere to original music, and the surprising meaning behind their name.
Michelle Malone's career spans decades. She sang in the church choir, struck out on her own at the tender age of 16, and signed a record deal with a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She likes to keep her music Georgia-oriented because, according to her, "what we have here, it's just so different from anywhere else."
PBD Grey is a social entrepreneur, a father, and a hip-hop artist. He is passionate, educated, and happy almost all of the time. His message is inspiring and he seeks to change the world and his listener's way of thinking through his music. In this episode, you will learn exactly what it means to be a "vegan rapper."