Monthly Archives: September 2019

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: HeavyDrunk (Rob Robinson)

If you have been to all the cool places in the Nashville area, the face of Rob Robinson might be a familiar one to you. In addition to being a songwriter and musician, since 2008, Rob has owned Puckett’s south of town in Leiper’s Fork. This historic place with a roadhouse feel serves up both […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Josh Rennie-Hynes

Photo by Citizen Kane Wayne Well, Australia’s loss was certainly Nashville’s gain.  Josh Rennie-Hynes, now a naturalized Americana singer-songwriter and one of the finest melodic guitarists I’ve heard in some time, is a keeper. Josh has just released “Caught in a Dream” from his new LP “Patterns” which we will all get to possess come […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Swearingen & Kelli

Swearingen & Kelli (AJ and Jayne) have released the title track and second single from their upcoming album “Cold-Hearted Truth” which will be out on September 20th. You can watch the beautiful new video for the song right here, right now. The song was inspired by the music of Buddy and Julie Miller and like […]

Cruel to Be Kind: The Life and Music of Nick Lowe by Will Birch

The recent rash of biographies of my contemporary musical heroes is sure making me feel my age. Self-written tomes by Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, and Squeeze’s Chris Difford were three that I had a hard time putting down. Having lived through the cycles of their record releases and touring, I was able to slot my […]