Country artist Jay Allen joins us to talk about finding his sound, his mother's battle with Alzheimer's, sharing that story, getting to Nashville, being on The Voice, marrying Kylie Morgan, and more.
Madeline Edwards on Crashlanded, good tequila and always wanting to be in music
Country artist/songwriter Madeline Edwards joins us to talk about good tequila, her album Crashlanded, nearly using a different artist than Dolly in her hit "Mama, Dolly, Jesus," finding her sound, her biggest musical influences, growing up in California and Texas, a few special performances and more.
Rodney Rice on bourbon, getting into music and his new album
Country artist/songwriter Rodney Rice joins us to talk about his bourbon collection, favorite pours, how he got into music, growing up in West Virginia, ending up in Colorado, cutting his first albums, sharing his experiences through songs, his latest album Rodney Rice, heading on tour and more.
Austin Tolliver on playing football, getting into music and finding his sound
Country entertainer Austin Tolliver join us to talk about growing up in a football family, leaving sports behind, getting into music, growing up in Louisiana, how a bet in the music studio paid off, being an entertainer, his latest singles, finding his sound and more.
Cowboy Troy on his love of cooking, making new music & balancing it all
Country artist Cowboy Troy join us to talk about good whiskey, working with John Rich’s Redneck Riviera Whiskey, his Hick Hop Kitchen, creating a seasoning, how he got into cooking, getting back into the studio, showing off his creative sides, balancing it all, and more.
Jonathan Hutcherson on growing up in Kentucky, getting to Nashville and new music
Country artist/songwriter Jonathan Hutcherson join us to talk about about growing up in Kentucky, his mother's journal entry on his musical talents, going on The Voice, his moderate to severe hearing loss, how that impacts him on stage, his latest singles, getting to Nashville, being able to tour and more.
Davisson Brothers Band on their new album, growing up in WV and playing at the Opry
Chris Davisson, of the Davisson Brothers Band, join us to talk about their new album Home Is Where the Heart Is (out April 28), what was it like growing up in West Virginia, how they got into music, how their new album came together with songwriting retreats, why the album has a different feel to it than others, where their inspiration comes when writing songs, being on the Opry stage and more.
Matt Koziol on always wanting to play music, impactful teachers and no back-up plans
Country artist Matt Koziol joins us to talk about always wanting to play music since he was young, how his music teachers made a big impact on him, receiving feedback from students, pre-show rituals, having no back-up plans, his journey so far, getting to tour with Whiskey Myers, his latest album and more.
Tommy Townsend on Waylon Jennings, moonshine and making music
Country singer/entrepreneur Tommy Townsend joins us to talk about getting into the (legal) moonshine business, how he found his family's recipe, his family's history with moonshine, meeting Waylon Jennings, getting to work with Waylon, what delayed his Southern Man album, how it finally was released, his career, getting back in the studio and more.
Craig Campbell on his family, being an entrepreneur and releasing new music
Country singer/entrepreneur Craig Campbell joins us to talk about having fun on social media, what it's like to raise daughters, meeting his wife, how he got to Nashville and ran out of gas, being part of Luke Bryan's band, his early hits, having the record label go under, releasing his new album The Lost Files: Exhibit A, being a business owner, running for city council, what's next for him and more.