In part 1 Jacob and Jeff talk about his early days in East Tennessee, playing his plywood guitar, a few of his pranks, how he got his start in the Nashville touring and session scene, and the time he rode around on Rick Hall’s tractor.
1 hr 20 min
In part 2 Jacob and Jeff talk about how to best serve an artist and producer on a recording session, how to properly read a room, and why he won’t put powdered creamer in his coffee.
Jacob and Willie talk about his early days on the piano, his first time playing keys on the stage at Lakewood, how to best serve an artist, and how he learned to flow by playing along with tv commercials.
1 hr 9 min
Jacob and Anton talk about his early days with the bass guitar, how he has always chased inspiration, how listening is more than a musical thing, and his love for the tv show Hee-Haw.
1 hr 7 min
Bernie tells us about his early love for The Beatles, how he played on the Entertainment Tonight theme song, his move to Nashville, and how Don Was had him play sitar on a track.
1 hr 5 min
In part one Jacob and Steve talk about his beginnings on the drum kit, the albums and artists that inspired him, how his work ethic opened many doors for him, and his start in the Nashville session scene.
In part 2 Jacob and Steve talk about how to properly listen to an artist, some ways that producers have inspired him, how to keep getting hired, and why boots are superior to flip flops.
1 hr 1 min
Jacob and Mike talk about the first song he learned on guitar, getting his start in Nashville, and how to fit in at any recording session.
Jacob and Tabitha talk about her early days singing on the church stage, the best ways to support an artist, how to keep getting hired, and why Sting is the coolest human on the planet.
1 hr 6 min
Jacob and Javier talk about his early love of pop music, his big move to Nashville, how to properly serve an artist, and his new coffee shop.
1 hr 15 min