The White Buffalo talks about testing out new songs and his method for selecting restaurants and bars on tour.
Dave Wilson of bluegrass band Chatham County Line talks about how the band won the 2004 Rocky Grass Band Competition, rehearsing in an abandoned tire factory, and the tax benefits of buying guitars.
Bluegrass artist Laurie Lewis talks about playing a biker bar and the environmental impact of touring.
Country singer Pam Tillis talks about the first management contract that she was offered and why she researches the towns that she visits while on tour.
Singer-songwriter Anthony da Costa on balancing a solo career with life as a side person and why he should never work in a guitar store again.
Andy Dunnigan, singer and dobro player with The Lil Smokies, recalls working in Glacier National Park, and early gigs playing lounge music, and a 3-day tour breakdown.
Western Centuries talk about repairing their van with junk yard parts, finding roadies while on tour, and maintaining a balanced diet.
Mark Erelli talks about the future of artist incomes and what he most remembers when he gets home from touring.
Nerissa and Katryna Nields share some memorable tour van names (“Moby Juan Van Kanobe”), rehearsing in the car, and how they spent the money that they earned at their first gig.