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Episode 43 – Dierks Bentley

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.”

Episode 42 – Andrew Stockdale (Wolfmother)

Andrew Stockdale, the mastermind behind Australia’s “Wolfmother,” battled sickness and promotional mayhem to sit with Chris and discuss making records, hoarding, effect pedals, and Byron Bay surfing tips.

Episode 41 – Eli “Paperboy” Reed

Listen in as Chris and Eli “Paperboy” Reed talk about old school American soul music, juke joints, gospel, songwriting, recording techniques and more!

Episode 40 – Merle Haggard Tribute

Chris’ conversation with Merle Haggard from July 29, 2015. Merle Ronald Haggard – April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016 – RIP.

Episode 39 – Spike Slawson (Me First and the Gimme Gimmes)

Listen in as Chris and Spike sip espresso on the back porch and chit chat about Pittsburgh, dive bars, and the art of picking cover tunes!

Episode 37 – Jack Grisham (TSOL / The Joykiller)

Lead singer of punk rock bands TSOL and The Joykiller, Jack Grisham holds forth on a number of topics, including the early days of the SoCal punk rock scene, motivational speaking, revisionist punk rock history, and his passion for writing, on this weeks episode of “Walking The Floor with Chris Shiflett.”

Episode 36 – Steven McDonald (Redd Kross)

Chris closes out 2015 interviewing LA punk rock legend Steven McDonald (Redd Kross)

Episode 35 – Rhett Miller (Old 97’s)

This week’s guest is Rhett Miller, singer/songwriter/guitarist for alt-country legends Old 97’s!

Episode 33 – Dale Watson

This weeks episode features Dale Watson, honky-tonk maverick, “Ameripolitan” singer/songwriter, strumming a tune and talking shop with Chris Shiflett.

Episode 32 – Jim Lauderdale

Chris has coffee with Jim Lauderdale in a Nashville hotel room and gets all the details on his incredible life and career. Stay tuned till the end to hear a stripped down acoustic version of Jim’s classic tune, “The King of Broken Hearts.”