Kai Crowe-Getty of Lord Nelson joins us to talk about their new album Transmission, how this album differs from their previous albums, going for a different sound, their journey into music, being on the road/touring, what folks can expect in 2022 and more. Plus, Carin Luna-Ostaseski, founder of SIA Scotch Whisky, joins us for Tasting Notes to talk about their Entrepreneurial Spirit Fund.
- Introduction to show
- On this week’s “Tasting Notes”, Carin Luna-Ostaseski, founder of SIA Scotch, talks about their Entrepreneurial Spirit Fund and giving back. (starts around the 1-minute mark)
Kai Crowe-Getty, vocals/guitar for the band Lord Nelson, joins us at the 7-minute mark.
- What are you drinking tonight?
- How would you describe the band’s style of music?
- Who/what type of music did you grow up with or influenced you?
- What got you into music?
- When did you decide to make this a career?
- Lord Nelson dropped its latest album Transmission in January, what do you want folks to take away from that album?
- You all went into this one with a plan of having a live, but studio feel. Why did you want that?
- This album also features three writers and vocalists with brothers Henry and Calloway Jones contributing. How did that come about?
- What’s it like for you in writing songs? Where do you pull from?
- How big of an impact does being based out of Charlottesville and Virginia have on y’all?
- I read a comment from you that you all are a road band, so what’s it been like taking some more downtime from touring
- What was it like waiting to release the album?
- What’s your favorite part of being on the road?
- What can folks expect from you this year?
For more on the band Lord Nelson, check out https://lordnelsonband.com/ or find them on social media.