Michaela Anne talks us through growing up as a military kid, to discovering bluegrass in NYC, to the lack of representation for women in Country music, on this weeks "Walking The Floor."
Producer Dave Cobb welcomes Chris into legendary RCA Studio A for a conversation ranging from topics such as Shooter Jennings advice to embrace his roots, to being a stranger on the town in Nashville, to his love of classic guitars like the Kramer "Baretta."
Cody Jinks stops by "Walking The Floor" world headquarters this week to chit chat about firing band members, discovering Black Sabbath in his mom's record collection, and of course, Texas.
<p class="p1"><span class="s1"><iframe style="border: none; visibility: visible; opacity: 1;" src="//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4674925/height/90/width/800/theme/custom/autoplay/no/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/backward/no-cache/true/render-playlist/no/custom-color/000000/" width="100%" height="90" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe></span></p> Among other things, singer/songwriter Jack Ingram discusses taking a break from the mainstream business end of country music in Nashville to return to his native Texas, and the role that played in creating his latest record, "Midnight Motel."
Wheeler Walker Jr. declared war on mainstream Nashville country music earlier this year when he released his debut record, "Redneck Shit." Over the course of this interview he makes a giant tour announcement, starts a beef with Margo Price, and explains the virtues of a pussy snorkel to Chris.
Singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham discusses everything from riding bulls to playing honky-tonks to moving to Los Angeles and getting a record deal, on this week's "Walking The Floor" with Chris Shiflett.
This week Chris talks to actor/musician Sam Palladio from the hit tv show "Nashville" about how a Brit got the gig playing a Texas country singer, his first big break in a Barry Manilow themed musical, and of course, Santa Barbara slang.
Country music superstar Dierks Bentley talks with Chris about everything from songwriting, to moving to Nashville, to listening to Hank Williams Jr. sing "Man To Man," and of course about his new album, "Black."