From waiting tables at the Country Music Hall of Fame to having an exhibit there, the Brothers Osborne have covered a lot of ground, and they're just getting started. With a sophomore record in the can, they stopped by to chat about growing up in Maryland, moving separately to Nashville, and how getting a [...]
On the eve of her debut record release, Jade Jackson runs us through small town California life, growing up without the internet, being discovered by Mike Ness (Social D), and more!
Jaime Wyatt's great-grandparents were country musicians in Bakersfield, CA which means that she has a direct bloodline connection to the Bakersfield Sound!! On top of that we had a lovely chat, topped off by her acoustic rendition of "Your Loving Saves Me" from her recent album "Felony Blues."
For a guy that got a late start in music, Sam Outlaw has wasted no time in making his mark in the world of Americana, as evidenced by his fantastic new record, "Tenderheart" and the Hank Williams tune he croons at the end of this interview.
Irish singer/songwriter Imelda May has gone from underage teenager singing in bars around Dublin to international artist making music with T-Bone Burnett and Jeff Beck. Stay tuned to the end for an acoustic rendition of "The Girl I Used To Be."
From the Hot Band to listening to Dylan Thomas recordings with Guy Clark to performing an acoustic version of "East Houston Blues," we cover a lot of ground with singer/songwriter Rodney Crowell.
Bob Mould is one of the most influential singer/songwriter/guitar players to ever come out of punk & indie rock. On this weeks episode he runs us through the years, from growing up to Husker Du to Sugar to his long running solo career (plus we even squeeze in some wrestling!).