No matter how you like it, grab your favorite drink and join us for a fun conversation. Bar Conversations features interviews musicians, personalities and entertainers as they talk about their careers, new projects coming and so much more. Check out past episodes below or click on the buttons to find the podcast on your favorite player.
Grammy-nominated and multi-instrumentalist artist Hunter Hayes joins us to talk about his favorite drinks, his love of Scotch whisky, learning new instruments, how he’s changed musically (or not) over the past decade, his road trip to California, latest singles from Red Sky, sharing this part of his musical journey, what’s next and more.
It’s an Extra Tasting Notes with Royalty Spirits founder Chaunci King. She talks about what drew her to the alcohol beverage industry, the challenges she’s faced along the way, going with vodka and whiskey, their Rex Rye Whiskey, their Miru Vodka, other products and more.
Dennijo Sitze of the country trio the Flat River Band joins us to talk about playing together as brothers, growing up in a family band, having kids not into music, how the trio came to be, playing with the Gatlin Brothers, their latest album, making music for the front porch, what 2023 has in store and more.
Country artist Austin Snell joins us to talk about his debut single Excuse the Mess, how his parents had to change his name, buying a guitar with his last $400, his adventurous journey to Nashville, ignoring the signs of that journey, finding his voice, writing music and more.
Country artist Grant Gilbert joins us to talk about growing up on a farm in Texas, getting into music, his first gig, the impact Texas Tech had on his career, meeting Josh Abbott, potential collaborations dropping soon, his latest single What’s Stopping Us, being in the studio and more.
Chart topping and award winning country artist Brett Kissel joins us to talk about the role family has played in his life, getting to travel with his kids, having his own vodka, his favorite drinks, growing up in Canada, his latest single Watch It, the collaboration with 98 Degrees, where his inspiration for a song comes from, being on stage, his next album (or is it albums?), getting back to Nashville and more.
Country artist and songwriter Jordan Rowe joins us to talk about his latest single 5:00 in the Country, growing up in Georgia, the move to Nashville, being a songwriter, song ideas that come in the shower, working with some legends on his album Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy, doing tailgate shows for Luke Combs, being on stage and more.
Country artist and Claim to Fame runner up Logan Crosby joins us to talk about being on the TV show Claim to Fame, keeping his identity a secret, eating a scorpion, going viral on TikTok for a non-music video, his love of music, when he realized this was the path for him, his “Suits and Boots” attire, his first singles, what’s next for him and more.
Country artist and songwriter Dallas Remington joins us to talk about her new single Steal Your Dad, being in the studio, the response to Uncommon Man, playing in a metal band, how she got into music, moving from Kentucky to Nashville, her biggest goals, her family, her love of Sun Drop and more.
Country duo Southerland joins us as we wrap up Whiskey Weeks 2022 with a few good pours. Chris Rogers and Matt Chase talk about how they became a duo, trying to come up with a name (Palmetto Peaches anyone??), how they come up with songs, writing a song about their significant others, their latest singles, coming together as a duo, their favorite bourbons & craft beers, what’s next and more.
Country punk artist Manny Blu joins for week three of Whiskey Weeks 2022. He talks about what country punk is, how he got into country music, always being a rule bender, overcoming challenges along the way, growing up in Canada, the move to Nashville, his latest single, making new music and what’s next.
Country artist Ian Munsick joins for week two of Whiskey Weeks 2022. He talks about being a dad, having his wife as his manager, the role she played in his duet with Cody Johnson (Long Live Cowgirls), growing up in a musical family, giving back to Montana following the floods, his latest single More Than Me, being out on tour, his love of snack foods, what’s next for him and more.
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