What people are saying:

Beautifully produced. This podcast is a personal, tender biography of an Atlanta musician and artist. The interviews deliver a colorful picture of the man, the time, the place, and the art. Lee is a wonderful host and I am so glad I discovered this hidden gem. – anonymous via Apple Podcasts. 05/31/21.

I loved the podcast. It’s a peek under the hood of Atlanta’s post-war hillbilly and bluegrass scene, with a focus on the life and works of the late Whit Connah. He lived a life of art and music and philosophy and inspiration. – Ralph North via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/03/21


Bob and I just listened to Part One. We enjoyed it so much! It was wonderful to hear so much of the story told in the voices of old friends who are dear to us. Thank you for all the work you have put into making it happen. Love and hugs! – Margie McAbee (re Season 2, Whit the Songwriter, Part 1)

I loved every minute of this podcast. I felt absolutely transported and encircled by music/family/love and when it finished and I found myself alone at the kitchen table all quiet, I felt like “wait, where’d everybody go?” and then “oh, right. Well that was wonderful!” – Barbara Panter-Connah (re Season 2, Whit the Songwriter, Part 1)

Wow!! I’m addicted to Honky Tonk Papa. I feel like part of the family. It’s like having a present you haven’t unwrapped. Great music and learning… keep up the great work!!!! – Michael Dickerson 

What a wonderful tribute to one of my personal heroes, Whit Connah. Whit singing and harping on “14 days in Georgia”! LOVE!!! He was a great inspiration and loving mentor to so many in his extended musical family. Now, new folks will get to hear the story of this dear, very special man and artist thru this podcast – Moira Nelligan

I like podcasts a lot but I love this podcast. I feel that I am sitting in the room and that I am part of the conversation. I can’t wait to share this with my community. – Will Sellers

The life, times, and legacy, the art and music, of this one man will resonate with everyone on some level. The podcast already has me thinking about what “legacy” really means and how to live my authentic life. The conversational style of the interviews is engaging and the craftsmanship of the production is first rate. I am looking forward to more! – Lee Connah

Amy Hudson hit a home run. I can’t wait to listen to the next episode! I love the themes of leaving a legacy – a body of work and relationships, Amy’s authenticity, and plans to cover depression and grief all tied together by joyful music. Wonderful work! Oh, and her voice is perfect for the podcast world. Warm and engaging. She naturally draws people into her stories. – Barbara Myers 

I just listened to HTP podcast, very seldom do I do any one thing for 48 min. Really enjoyed it, this was the best podcast I’ve ever heard, ok, it was the first one I ever heard… Your legacy may be as a famous broadcaster. Love stories about Whit, we were buds. Randy Elrod