Nashville Podcast Network
A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid anecdotes and personal stories.
#315 - Songwriter Luke Dick on writing No. 1’s with Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and Eric Church + How He Went from Philosophy Professor to Grammy Nominated Songwriter
Luke Dick is one of the most sought after songwriters in Nashville. Rolling Stone called him “Nashville’s most outside-the-box tunesmith” He is a frequent collaborator with Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Dierks Bentley and Natalie Hemby. Bobby and Luke talk about the stories behind his No. 1’s “Bluebird “Round Here Buzz”, “Burning Man” and his extensive list of songs written for other artists. Luke shares how he went from teaching philosophy to getting back into the Nashville writing scene. Follow him on Instagram @LukeDick Learn more about your ad-choices at
Sep 10
1 hr 9 min
A Message from Bobby + In Case You Missed It: #219 - Russell Dickerson + his wife Kailey on shooting the video for ‘Yours’ during a Tornado Warning + Why They Broke Up For A Month + His Surprise Song Proposal
Russell Dickerson and his wife Kailey have been together for 10 years. They talk about how they met in college, broke up for a month and then got married. Russell talks about the struggle to find a home at a record label and how it took 4 years for his debut song to go No. 1. Kailey talks about how she is the creative director behind Russell when it comes to music videos, photography, merch design and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Sep 8
1 hr 21 min
#314 - Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion on The Dynamic of the Band and their Success  + Starting Out As A Songwriter and Getting A Kenny Chensey cut + Painting for the First Time In Years
Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion started out playing music and painting in his parents basement. He made the decision to pursue music when he realized that his dreams of being an illustrator may not add up to what he wanted to be. He talks about grinding for years working random jobs in Nashville until he finally landed a publishing deal and started to get his songs recorded by Kenny Chensey and Sam Hunt. He talks about the dynamic of the band, how they formed and to which they owe their success. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Sep 3
1 hr 4 min
#313 – On Time with Bobby Bones: Jon Pardi on Meeting George Strait and Guessing Cheap from Expensive Tequila + New Artist Nikita Karmen Performs + Top 5 New Music Releases of the Week
It’s the season Finale of “On Time With Bobby Bones” and we saved the best for last. Bobby welcomes Jon Pardi to talk about the first time he met George Strait, the story behind his new song “Tequila Little Time” and Jon performs! New artist Nikita Karmen stops by to perform some new music and reveals why she DOESN'T want people to buy tickets to an upcoming show. Plus, Bobby’s wife Caitlin stops by to talk about life as a newlywed and a game of “This or That”. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 27
1 hr 2 min
#312 - Bobby and Eddie on Famous Musicians That Actually Discovered Other Musicians + Laci Kaye Booth on American Idol, Signing Her First Record Deal + Releasing Debut Project
Bobby has a list of musicians that were discovered by other famous musicians. Bobby sits down with Laci Kaye Booth who finished in the Top 5 on American Idol and has now moved to Nashville. She talks about what it was like being on the show, how hard it was for her family to move and how she landed a record deal. Plus the new music releases of the week! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 19
46 min
In Case You Missed It: #220 Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay on The Untold Story of Meeting Dan + Getting Justin Bieber On A Song
Shay Mooney from Dan + Shay talks about how he grew up in Natural Dam, Arkansas which is a town of less than 500 people. He originally started as a solo artist and then met Dan at a house party. Shay talks his first deal with T Pain’s record label and how he had to get out of it to start Dan + Shay. He talks about the struggles of playing shows to 4 people to selling out arenas all across the country. He also talks about his love for Star Wars’s The Mandalorian and how they got Justin Bieber on 10,000 Hours.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 17
1 hr 19 min
In Case You Missed It: #98 Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay on the Origin Story of the Duo
Dan Smyers stops by to talk about his pop punk days, how we would get by being broke, how they decided on a name and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 16
1 hr 29 min
#311 - Kappy Manager for Luke Combs and Niko Moon + How Luke Combs Got To Where He Is and Sacrifice He Went Through To Be His Manager + Advice for New Artists on How To Make It
Kappy is Luke Combs' manager and has been with Luke since the very beginning...even before he had a record deal! Kappy talks about the early days and the sacrifices he made on the road because he knew Luke was destined to be a star. Kappy talks about what it’s like managing him and his roster of artists which include Niko Moon, Hailey Whitters and more! He also gives his advice to new artists who want to know how they can stick out and be discovered.    Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 13
1 hr 9 min
#310 - Lisa Loeb on Why She Was Never Invited Back to Perform on Letterman + Her New Musical + Shy Carter on Writing Songs for Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Charlie Puth
Bobby talks to Lisa Loeb who you may recognize from No. 1 hit song “Stay (I Missed You)” from the movie Reality Bites. She talks about her career in the 90’s and why she was never invited back to perform on David Letterman. She also talks about how the inspiration for her new musical came to be. Bobby sits down with Shy Carter who has written several No. 1’s for Kane Brown, Billy Currington, Sugarland and Charlie Puth. He talks about his friendship with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and how he got linked up with Keith Urban. Plus what inspired him to start a solo career in Nashville.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Aug 6
1 hr 21 min
#309 - Bobby and Eddie on Cover Songs That Might Be Better Than the Original Version + The Only One-Hit Wonder Ever to Win the Two Big Awards at the Grammys
Bobby, Eddie and Mike D debate what songs we prefer when it comes to original and their most famous cover versions. Bobby talks about the only one hit-wonder to win a Grammy. "Sunny Came Home" by Shawn Colvin. It’s a song you will remember…but maybe don’t realize how successful it was. And also the controversy that happened when it won.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Jul 29
28 min
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