Dallas-Ft. Worth musician Joshua Fleming, singer-songwriter for Vandoliers, talks about trading jerky and Red Bull for fruit while touring, the gig that got him hooked on music and why he feels lucky.
Chuck Mead talks about the “Little Shack Out Back” and how canvasing for Greenpeace prepared him to play club gigs.
Vanessa Olivarez and Elizabeth Elkins of Granville Automatic share a metaphor for the music industry and why they use rental vans.
Cody Braun and Jay Nazz of Reckless Kelly dish on getting paid $5 and a Roy Rogers drink at an early gig and years spent living paycheck to paycheck. They also explain why cab drivers knew their Austin house by name.
Gary Nicholson describes his early gigs playing at the legendary Ft Worth Cellar and time spent welding fins on bombs.
Matthew Logan Vasquez recalls losing the Delta Spirit band gear in Hurricane Sandy, time spent working with special needs students and the time he extinguished a van fire with Red Bull.
Sally Timms talks about Facebook food photos, how the band spends their royalties and the most important thing she’s done in life.
Singer-songwriter Stephen Kellogg talks about the less glamorous side of music, a dramatic first gig and working for Stephen Kellogg, LLC.
Organist and band leader Delvon Lamarr discusses broken guitar strings and the band’s current 14k mile tour.
Singer-songwriter John Paul White talks about why his friends don’t let him borrow their guitars and why there is nothing that he knows now that he wishes he knew at the start of his career.