Austin-based singer-songwriter Beth Lee talks about touring with a broken gear shift cable, touring solo to fund the band tours, and working on a food truck.
Blue Water Highway’s Zack Kibodeaux talks about home-cooked tour meals and getting the band started with a bang.
Joe Pug will be releasing The Diving Sun, his latest album, on 19 March 2021. As we eagerly await its arrival, here’s a favorite from the Pug catalog: “If Still It Can’t Be Found” from 2015’s Windfall.
Far Away In Another Town, Steve Earle & the Dukes (from the New West Records Release J.T.) Chances are you might already be aware of the story behind J.T., Steve Earle’s tribute to his late son Justin Townes Earle. The younger Earle tragically passed away from a drug overdose in August of 2020, leaving behind […]
There’s something special about a Texas songwriter. The stories that they share are richly colorful, filled with characters who live life by their own rules. The more outrageous the tale, the more likely that they contain some kernels of truth. Fort Worth’s Stefan Prigmore continues this tradition with pride, spinning yarns as dusty as the […]
Adam and David Moss – The Brother Brothers – talk about tending bars and pedi-cabs, keeping their instruments working right, and touring with a box of Triscuits.
Jason Ringenberg talks about beating back the encroachment of touring fog, letting Avis and Enterprise support the arts, and how his chickens helping out with album pre-production.
Although I never wrote about Reassure Me There’s a Window, the 2020 release by Glenn Thomas, it has maintained a place in my musical rotation. The album version of this stunning song about confronting loss is lush and string-laden. This acoustic version, however, lays bare the song’s raw emotion.
Moon Taxi’s Trevor Terndrup talks about playing high school talent shows and a desire to repurpose old guitar strings.
Marshall Crenshaw is going to help us kick off the week with this stripped down version of his power pop gem “Cynical Girl”. And what the heck, let’s throw in the Crenshaw classic “Someday, Someway”. Dedicated to the memory of SE.