It’s my hope that by publishing this story to No Depression that all of you that know your music was played on WLOC-FM while Jim Berry was the station manager will read this and leave a note of thanks to […]
Where do you start with Webb Wilder? You don’t. You just jump in and let the surf do its thing with all its motion, force, grit, and magic. You can use a boogie board—Webb can boogie. You can surf on […]
Robert Frost wrote: “Somewhere ages and ages hence:Two roads diverged in a wood,and I– I took the one less traveled by,And that has made all the difference.” Tom Petty sung: “Yeah runnin’ down a dream That never would come to […]
It’s just one of those things, silly as it may be; to type in an artist’s name into the Rhapsody search engine and it bring something up. ‘Something’ being an artist I represent, one I’ve just meet, or one I’ve […]
I wrote this in May of 2011. Since then, sadly Sunday Valley is no more. Stu Simpson however will be delivering very soon. He has new band, Sturgill Simpson and The High Top Mountain Boys, new project, and one of […]
“Break the box your music comes in.” Missy Raines The English language is a funny and complex creature. One word can mean more than one thing. Take the word ‘hip’. When you read the word ‘hip’ in a band’s name […]
Last week I made plans to visit Nashville, which is 60 miles due south from my hometown of Bowling Green, Ky. My purpose was to meet a friend and to meet Janet Hanson of Scott66.com. I, in my silliness, fantasized […]
There’s always something magical happening somewhere in Nashville in regard to music. For me the delight is to be the person holding the hat and watching more than one magical rabbit appear. On March 1, 2012 a whole warren of rabbits appeared […]
He nodded at my guitar and said: “It’s a tough life, ain’t it?” from “Beat the Devil” Kris Kristofferson “Nashville is like crawling on broken glass”, says Curtis Burch as he continued to talk about New Grass Revival and the […]
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