Author Archives: mbodayle

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Land of Color

Land of Color is the name of the Nashville-based duo of Gary Rea and Thomas Ewing. Gary is from South Africa and Thomas is from Colorado. In 2015, the two met in Montana and since then have merged musical talents. Prior to meeting, both were church worship leaders. Gary and Tom first called themselves HOLY […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Hugh Masterson

Photo by Danielle Holbert Fresh off a tour opening for The Bottle Rockets that included a local stop at The Basement, Nashville-based Americana singer-songwriter Hugh Masterson has released a new single, “Trouble,” that is sure worthy of a listen or a few. The song is from a yet untitled LP that will be a follow-up […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Jeffrey Krantz (Krantz)

Photo by Taylor Farrant If your listening ears long for a break from the usual singer-songwriter stuff we hear so much of in Music City, here’s an enticing and respectful retro-psychedelic new tune that will stimulate your mind as well as your ears. (Note that headphones will provide extra enjoyment.) It’s the new single, “Misty […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Maybe April

Photo by Rob Bondurant Katy DuBois and Alaina Stacey, the talented singers and songwriters who comprise the Indie/Americana duo Maybe April, find themselves sitting on the launch pad about to blast off. With strong advance press from major players like Rolling Stone Country and Billboard, their upcoming debut album, “The Other Side” is ready to […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Mark Sloan (Slark Moan)

Photo by Daniel Meigs In trying to be original in describing “Honesty,” the infectiously-gorgeous new single from Music City’s Slark Moan, I couldn’t think of anything better than the tag “Dream Pop” that accompanied his bio. Friends, believe me, if you are a “pure pop for now people” person like me, this is a song […]

Steve Poltz and Some of His Many Friends @ Grimey’s New & Preloved Music / Nashville TN / June 12, 2019

If you are a first-time reader of this blog, then skip to the second paragraph. If not, please let me explain and apologize (There should be a single word for that, maybe like “splainogize.”) about why all I seem to do these days is (1) go to Grimey’s in-stores, (2) write about Steve Poltz, and […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: The Cerny Brothers

Photo by Donny Evans Musicians and caring fans know how tough it can be to be an unknown opening act. Yours truly has even written about it.  Well, how about trying to get the attention of 2,500 old gray-haired prog rock fans wearing tee-shirts from every Yes tour since Rick Wakeman started wearing capes? Such […]