Monthly Archives: November 2019

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Caitlin Anne Webster

Photo by Emily Quirk Caitlin Anne Webster is a fascinating new face on the Nashville scene. It’s been a while since her 2015 solo EP “Black Moon,” however she has just released a double single of “Powhatan River Blues” and “Wait (On Love) with a full-length solo record in the works.” She is also a […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: John Salaway

Photo by Blake Russell Googling the term “Beatlesque” someday should turn up the name of Nashville’s John Salaway. For now, you will just have to take my word that John’s new record, “Americana Dreams” is one that is worthy of this adjective denoting an honoring resemblance both to the lavish harmonies and pleasant pop sounds […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Nick Nace

Photo by Stacie Huckeba Finally making its way to the top of my recent release pile, “Wrestling with the Mystery,” the debut LP by East Nashville singer-songwriter Nick Nace, got seriously stuck in my CD player for several go-rounds. Produced by local hero Jon Latham, it’s yet another example of exquisite songcraft from the burgeoning […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: David Newbould

Photo by Sebastian Smith Don’t you just love it when you can’t get past the first track on an LP since it’s so damn good you just want to hear it again…and again? Well, my latest song to put on repeated repeat is Americana recording artist David Newbould’s “Sensitive Heart” from his “Sin & Redemption” […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Bradford Loomis

Photo by Tony Hammons Calling his style “Rhythm & Roots,” Americana singer-songwriter Bradford Loomis recently released a tasty new record, “Where the Light Ends.” It’s the sixth studio LP for the soulful-sounding storytelling Loomis and follows “Live at the Red Clay Foundry,” a live record from earlier this year. Life hadn’t been easy back home […]