Soulful Louisiana musician Marc Broussard reflects on a favorite pre-music job and the year that he made no money.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Andrew Combs talks about touring in a van called Shamu and the experience of playing his first show.
Texas singer-songwriter Terri Hendrix talks about the downside of having a hit record and the song that she wrote for her brother when she was in the 4th grade.
Steve Forbert reflects on an early day job working as a messenger and the number of strings that he’s broken over his 50 year career (hint: not many)
Fruition’s Kellen Asebroek talks about his ode to Britney Spears, working as a life guard, and the importance of real connections.
Singer-songwriter Josh Rouse chats about skipping lunch and dismissing himself from his first solo gig.
Singer-songwriter Anthony D’Amato talks about supporting local and independent businesses while on tour and the day job that came full circle.
Reverend Peyton hints at his secret way of stringing guitars and talks about life on the road.
Singer-guitarist-songwriter Jason Hawk Harris recalls an elementary school gig, selling truck tires and the last time that he broke a guitar string.
Jesse Farrar of bluegrass outfit Old Salt Union talks about the group’s less than ideal tour diet and some of the unique day jobs that band members did before pursuing music full-time.