Paul Bollenback is what you call a musician's musician, a master guitarist, and a professional educator. He talks about his time growing up in different parts of the world, getting his start in Washington D.C. and working with organist, Joey DeFrancesco.
Guthrie Trapp has performed and recorded with some of the biggest names in country music and rock and roll. His latest album, Life After Dark, is now available to download and stream. We talk the business of being a guitarist within the music industry and how to differentiate yourself among the competition.
The Portland duo, Fox and Bones, just moved their belongings into a storage unit and plan to be touring for the foreseeable future. They stopped by the studio to chat about their life on the road and gave a stellar performance of two original songs.
Andrew Sovine has had a busy year on the road, playing guitar for Ashley McBryde. He discusses his friendship and working relationship with the singer as well as his decision to move from Nashville to Brooklyn.
Nicole Boggs has released two new singles and is preparing to release a full length album of original material this winter. She and Alex Kramer share their thoughts on the recording process and what it's like to find a balance between being an artist and a musician for hire.
Adrian Plus Meredith have been touring the country for years and have recently released their debut album as a duo, More Than a Little. They discuss life on the road and share their criticism of Americana as a musical genre.
Benjamin Jason Douglas grew up in a church environment, being the son of a Christian minister and attending Bible college. His first solo album, First World Blues, will be released very soon. He discusses his reasons or pursuing music and what he wants people to take away from his songs.
Kyhil Smith has been drumming and freestyle rapping on the corner of 4th Ave and Broadway for over a decade. Now the city has asked the Broadway Rapper to leave his post or else be fined. Kyhil would like to compromise with the mayor's office and has asked for street performance permits. He is asking his fellow Nashvillians to call/write the mayor's office in order to support him and keep music in Music CIty.