Musician: Ep28 Tyrone Coughlin 

In high-demand, Nashville-living electric bassist, Tyrone Coughlin takes time to discuss his professional experiences on the road with Americana artists, Aubrey Sellers, Sam Morrow and Jaime Wyatt.  Coughlin began his career in music by working at Oceanway Studios and Record One as a fly on the wall for the Dr. Dre 2001 recording sessions. He breaks down the science of why the bass is the most important in a band, and we trade anecdotes of dive bar gigs on the outskirts of Nashville.

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