It’s a dark winter’s night on Tybee Island. Up and down Tybrisa Street, near the pier, the souvenir shops have all closed and a brisk breeze is whipping from the beach, only a few yards away. The neon glow of […]
It seems that everywhere I turn these days folks are eulogizing the music industry and what I think they’re doing, me included, is eulogizing their own hopes and dreams….the dream of the big hit, the cash bonanza, the big burrito […]
LET THE COWBOY RIDE: An Ode to Cowboy Jack Clement … I don’t know why but Cowboy Jack Clement has been on my mind lately. I made music in Nashville for a quarter century and one thing that I learned […]
England felt downright balmy after the blustery bite of Berlin. Jean jacket weather. I was giddy and ready for a walkabout. My British manager, Lee Williams, had booked some shows in London and throughout southern England and I dubbed it […]
1. WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST RECORD THAT YOU EVER OWNED? The Beatles ’65. It was an American edition that wasn’t released in Britain. It was actually my mom’s but I wore it out so much that she just let me […]
www.sellaband.com/projects/jeffersonross It seems to be a very free form way to get the funds needed to promote and produce your next record. Let us know what you think. Jefferson Ross
(This was written a couple of months ago for a British publication but I thought you all might dig it. JR) It was a dark and stormy night in The Music City and the flashing, “NO VACANCY” sign in front […]
Hey, I don’t know if you guys are in to vintage Country Music or not but here is an interview that I did with my old chum, Dickey Lee, who is member of The Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Dickey […]
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