Monthly Archives: July 2021

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: John McTigue III

After logging in 30 years drumming all over the world behind some of Music City’s best artists, John McTigue III has stepped out and assembled a “duets” record with some of his local friends. The resulting debut LP, “It’s About Time” is the first under John’s name and is a remarkable musical potpourri that he […]

Great Forgotten Records: Honeybus – “I Can’t Let Maggie Go”

Here’s one from 1967 that I didn’t even know about to forget in the first place. Let me tell you about how I discovered this great Beatlesque song and some of the “story” about the man and band behind it. And by all means – if you know more about Pete Dello and Honeybus please […]

Looking For Records – Record Store Day #2 of 2021

Watch me visit Luna Record Shop in my hometown of Franklin, TN to see what I score on the second half of RSD 2021. You will also see me open a box set I picked up. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE.

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: John R. Miller

Photo by David McClister Just dropped and getting gobs of attention is the new record from Music City singer-songwriter John R. Miller. The LP is titled “Depreciated” and is on the venerable Rounder Records label. If you love the classic style of folks like Guy Clark and John Prine, this one’s for you. Check out […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Betty Reed

Photo by Taylor Napier Do great-sounding Pop songs about meaningless crap just leave you with an empty feeling? Instead, you should check out Betty Reed’s first single, “Karma” from her upcoming new EP, “Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned,” which comes out on September 3. Betty is a graduate of Berklee College of Music with a BA in […]

Ranking Records: Dave Edmunds

Here’s a walk through the solo recording carrer of the great Welsh singer, guitarist and producer, Mr. Dave Edmunds. Best known for his work with Rockpile, have a watch and see what he’s done both before and after. If you are an Edmunds fan like me, please tell me how you’d rank them. And remember, […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Angela Autumn

Photo by Dana Kalachnik Love that old-timey traditional sound? If so, then ready for your listening pleasure is Angela Autumn’s new album, “Frontiers Woman.” After releasing two EPs and a live recording in “The Magnolia Sessions” series, this marks Angela’s first full-length record. Self-produced and self-released, she recorded it right here in Nashville. Listen to the […]

Looking for Records: The Groove – East Nashville, TN

Well, yet another fabuolus place for you to visit on your journey to East Nashville. Lots of great stuff and great prices! Watch and see what I found. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE