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.
Country duo Smith & Wesley, brothers Todd and Scott Smith, joins us to kick off Whiskey Weeks 2022 and they take over hosting duties as we experienced some technical difficulties midway through. They also talk about how they came to play together professionally, how they came up with their name, the impact their parents had on them, how they write a song and pick songs for an album, why they had other writers on their latest album, giving back, what's next and they share some stories with us.
Country artist/songwriter Emily Miller joins us to talk about her debut EP They Say, her hobby of gardening, growing up with classical music training, switching to country music, her love of classic country, learning from amazing teachers, and what's next.
Fergal Scahill of the Ireland-based quartet We Banjo 3 joins us to talk about the group's new album Open the Road, how the sets of brothers get along, blending Irish and Americana styles, playing at Irish American festivals, how he plays the fiddle, being on social media and more.
Country artist Dustin Herring joins us to talk about working on the farm, winning the County Showdown Songwriting Competition, moving to Nashville, growing up in south Alabama, getting back to his roots, his latest album Acquired Taste, playing with his friend Brandon Wright at the Blazer 88 Benefit and more.
Stephen Castillo and Phill Brush, of country band The Western Express, join us to talk about their debut album, meeting on Craigslist, their name, growing up in Texas, how they're a team, building out the band, working with rockabilly star John Evans, playing gigs and more.
Artist and entrepreneur KINGSLEY joins us to talk about her latest album, having a love for music at an early age, being part of a big family, becoming an entrepreneur, crafting lipstick to match her album's singles, making a cocktail book and more.
Country artist Johnny Day joins us to talk about working in the oilfields, growing up in Colorado, moving to Nashville fulltime, saying no to his wife's proposal, his favorite beers, working on new music, being on TikTok and more.