Legendary singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie talks about a way to eat healthy while on the road, the vow that he made after his first gig, and remembering what you thought you forgot.
Fort Worth-based artist Garrett Owen talks about a moment of food regret while on tour and what he wishes he took rather than music sight-reading classes.
Jerry Joseph explains why he doesn’t rehearse with his band and considers the lack of correlation between high public visibility and peak income.
Eric Earley of Blitzen Trapper talks about guitar string math, his first gig (a grade school piano recital), and the geography of food in America.
Devon Allman talks about working the problem, not pleasing everyone, and making smoothies for the crew.
Duane Betts talks about touring in “Big Blue” and rehearsals that are all business.
When Mayer emailed the team asking if anyone wanted to interview Bill Frisell, my response was “F*&k Yes!” I’ve been a fan ever since hearing his 2001 album simply titled With Dave Holland and Elvin Jones. That’s probably still my favorite album after all these years, with Disfarmer, Nashville, and others somewhere up there as […]
Tanya Donelly talks about being rescued by Radiohead while touring in the midst of a blizzard and recalls some favorite day jobs.
Singer-songwriter Zephaniah OHora talks about a powered beer cooler, a sensitive van key fob, and his preferred business model for the future of music.
Milk Carton Kids’ Joey Ryan talks about sad baskets of bananas, making mistakes, and the importance of arts funding.