Country rockers The Nashvillains talk about enjoying a good drink, their upcoming debut album, how they came together, writing/producing songs for a variety of projects/artists/genres, what’s in store for 2022 and more. Plus, Kevin Patterson joins us for Tasting Notes to talk about beer trends in 2021 and what to expect in 2022.
- Introduction to show
- On this week’s “Tasting Notes”, Kevin Patterson, a Cicerone and National Beer Judge, talks about 2021 trends in craft beer and what to expect in 2022 (starts around the 1-minute mark)
Troy Johnson, Brett Boyett, and Scott Lindsey of The Nashvillains join us us at the 9-minute mark.
- What are you drinking?
- How did you all come together?
- Did you know of one another prior?
- The name, The Nashvillains, how did that come about?
- As fans of a variety of genres, how would you describe your music?
- What can folks expect on your debut album Tumbling down?
- Blending genres and working with a variety of folks
- What got you all into music?
- What music did you grow up on?
- Troy, writing songs for Keith Urban, The Chicks, Trace Adkins and more, what’s that like?
- Brett, being a music producer for TV, film and recording artists, how was that?
- Scott, you’ve had your on charting single, but have also written for a diverse group, how have those differed for you?
- For all, is there ever a song you wrote that you wish you were able to record looking back?
- When writing, how often do you pull from experiences or is it an idea that comes together?
- How do you all balance the band and continuing to write/produce for others?
- Did you ever expect this to be your life? If this wasn’t, what would you be doing?
- Doing live shows on social media
- In addition to a new album, what can folks expect from y’all in 2022?
For more on The Nashvillains, check out https://www.nashvillainsband.com/ or find them on social media.