Singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith recalls getting kicked off his tour bus and talks about making a living in music.
Matt Hillyer of Dallas country outfit Eleven Hundred Springs talks about playing his first gig at age 13 and the importance of being kind to people.
American Aquarium’s BJ Barham shares a touring tip to avoid cops and break-ins, reveals the one thing that he has refused to give up, and talks about why it is important to surround yourself with the right people.
Singer-songwriter Ben de la Cour talks about early days touring in his sweet 2003 Dodge Neon and his trick for eating cheaply, if not healthy, while on tour.
Andy Frasco reveals how many pianos he destroys a year and how many miles he drives each year while touring.
Jesse Daniel talks about his steady upward climb in both life and tour vehicles.
Webb Wilder talks about his side gig in music and why hotel breakfasts aren’t well timed.
Irish singer-songwriter Mick Flannery talks about working as a stonemason and shares some sage life advice.
The White Buffalo talks about testing out new songs and his method for selecting restaurants and bars on tour.
Dave Wilson of bluegrass band Chatham County Line talks about how the band won the 2004 Rocky Grass Band Competition, rehearsing in an abandoned tire factory, and the tax benefits of buying guitars.