Singer-songwriter Robert Vincent talks about overcoming self-doubt and shares tips for touring Scotland.
Folk singer Vance Gilbert talks about why he buys guitar strings by the pack and why songwriters should pay close attention to the melodies of the greats.
Singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling talks about going through tour vehicles like Kleenex, reusable water bottles, and the musician’s waiting game.
Jano Rix of The Wood Brothers talks about the song he wrote when he was 4 years old, taking a (few month) break from music, and surrounding himself with the right people.
Mari Sandvær Kreken and Tor Egil Kreken from Norwegian duo Darling West reflect on the moment that they decided to be a band and why they avoid the bathroom at their rehearsal space.
Greg Klyma talks about the love/hate relationship that he has with his ride and free range organic cashews.
G. Love talks about rehearsing in a 200 year old garden shed and finding the balance between business and music.
Norwegian singer-songwriter Signe Marie Rustad talks about the laughing fit that marred her first gig and life touring in a VP camper.
Andre and Louis Michot of the Lost Bayou Ramblers share their tip for making tours more tolerable and discuss why a musician’s personality, outlook and musicianship matter.