The Texas native and creative force behind Centro-Matic talks about his early years in Denton, his collaboration with Jason Molina, and his decision to put his band on hiatus instead of letting it "become a hobby".
1 hr 8 min
This Grammy winning singer-songwriter has had a long, varied, and acclaimed career with Crooked Still, I'm With Her, and her own solo work.
1 hr 1 min
The Ohio native describes his journey from guitarist in Drivin' and Cryin' and the New York Dolls to finding success writing songs under his own name.
1 hr 16 min
After a legendary career as a professional songwriter in Nashville, notably alongside Chris Stapleton, this Illinois native is now stepping center stage as an artist with a new album produced by Dan Auerbach.
Afie Jurvanen, the creative force behind this beloved indie-folk outfit, discusses creative partnerships, the magic of finding the right take in the studio, and lessons from touring.
The Georgia native talks about getting her start in the Athens music scene, collaborating with Roseanne Cash, and running her business independently.
The Kansas City bred songwriter tells the story of his journey toward his distinctive brand of indie rock.
1 hr 3 min
The Austin by way of Philadelphia rocker returns to the show to talk touring, writing, and recording.
1 hr 6 min
The former creative force behind The Black Swans talks about making his own critically acclaimed records, producing albums for songwriters who deserve more appreciation, and the musical effects of his move to Texas. This week's episode is brought to you by Bandzoogle (https://bandzoogle.com) and Coresound (https://coresound.onelink.me/SKgp/13a3994f)
1 hr 15 min
The celebrated singer and songwriter describes her initial ascent to the top of the charts with her debut album and how she has been able to string together many interesting chapters of her career. This week's episode is brought to you by Bandzoogle (https://bandzoogle.com) and Coresound (https://coresound.onelink.me/SKgp/13a3994f)