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Episode 64 – Lydia Loveless

Cubs fan Lydia Loveless is determined to be “less of a punk ass this time around” while promoting her current record “Real” and we believe her! Stay tuned til the end for her acoustic version of “Longer.”

Episode 63 – Robert Ellis

Singer/songwriter Robert Ellis might be my long lost cousin (by way of marriage, twice removed). He’s also a phenomenal guitar player and we get deep in the weeds talking shop on this episode. Stay tuned to the end for his acoustic rendition of “Drivin'” from his self-titled latest record.

Episode 62 – John Moreland

Tulsa, OK based singer/songwriter John Moreland discusses his childhood dreams of NBA stardom, the progression from punk rock to fingerstyle, his approach to songwriting, and even plays an unreleased track, “There’s No Glory In Regret.”

Episode 61 – Thomas Frank

Writer Thomas Frank discusses his latest book, “Listen Liberal!” as well as the 2016 election cycle, AND drops the bomb, “Monica Lewinsky saved social security!”

Episode 60 – Freddie Roach

Chris and superstar boxing trainer, Freddie Roach, discuss preparation for Manny Pacquiao’s upcoming fight!

Episode 59 – Amanda Shires

Amanda Shires talks Western Swing, balancing parenting with touring, & how showing up with gear that works sometimes is all you need to land a gig, on this weeks “Walking The Floor!”

Episode 58 – Buddy Miller

Buddy Miller once had a heart attack onstage, but lived to tell us all about it on “Walking The Floor!”

Episode 57 – Michaela Anne

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.”

Episode 56 – Whitey Morgan

Flint, Michigan’s Whitey Morgan holds forth on the honky-tonk highway, opening shows for Bob Seger, and of course, GM

Episode 55 – Dave Cobb

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.”