Kentucky singer-songwriter Grayson Jenkins talks about the best investment that he’s ever made, working as a carpenter, and Krispy Krunchy chicken tenders.
Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel talks about the only day job that he’s ever had and opening for Hot Tuna, Alice Cooper, and Stoneground in Washington D.C.
Singer-songwriter Kevin Daniel laughs at a few of our questions and talks about his new tour van and working as a copywriter.
Soren Staff talks about how the band cut their teeth trying to entertain 13-year-olds and how they funded their new record, in part, by holding a hot wing eating contest.
Singer-songwriter Bhi Bhiman talks about breaking in new guitar strings and finding a more reliable income stream.
Boone, North Carolina-based Shay Martin Lovette talks about working at a vaccine clinic and blowing out a tire outside Asheville.
UK trio The Wandering Hearts talk about mud at summer festivals and Doris, the cat at their favorite studio.
Rosie Flores talks about her first band (whose name was inspired by Greek mythology), her first original composition (written on her toy piano at age 5), and the mission that the Twangville interview inspired.
Rubinoos guitarist Tommy Dunbar talks about empty Dannon yogurt containers and dissects the first song that he wrote.
Adam and Blake Williamson of The Williamson Brothers and Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires talk about the sound of old dirty bass strings, broken drum sticks, and the wild time capsule where the band rehearses.