Category 11 Questions to a Nashville Musician

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Kitty Coen

Kitty Coen has been called the “Psychedelic Rhinestone Cowgirl.” Now is that just a mad moniker or what? Well, it’s sure one that fits the fresh fullness of her exciting sound. Austin’s loss and Nashville’s gain has just released a stunning seven-song debut EP called “Disco Lemonade” that’ll just blow you mind. My song to […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Mike Dunbar

Music City singer-songwriter Mike Dunbar has released a new EP titled “Something Great” that all fans of the classic 60s and 70s Pop-Rock sound are gonna love. Mike writes songs with uncomplicated but smart lyrics set to a smooth but spirited tempo. I will bet that on first listen he will have you following every […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Eloah Jones

Photo by Libby Danforth Who would have ever thought that Music City would produce great Indie-Pop tracks like the recent single from the talented Eloah Jones? Get your groove on and check out “Dancing on My Own.” Eloah will soon been releasing a debut self-titled EP and her next single, a cover of the Red […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Caitlin Rose

While this 11 Questions forum has been a treasure chest of new music for me to discover, it sure is exciting to connect with some of my favorite artists. The latest is Caitlin Rose who has been a little quiet over the last few years. Has it really been eight years since her sophomore LP, […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Mick Mullin

Well, here’s an 11 Questions that you will enjoy. Nashville’s Mr. Mick Mullin paid us a visit and penned replies that are as poetic as the songs on his new sophomore LP, “Mullin’ It Over.” A man whose faith helped him get past some tough times, Mick says “I sing in dive bars and honky-tonks […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Kiely Connell

Photo by Kurt Ozan On November 12, singer-songwriter Kiely Connell will release her debut LP, “Calumet Queen.” Until then, you can listen to its first two singles, the hometown-inspired title track and “The Blues That Really Burn.” Both give you a taste of her Folk and Blues fused Americana sound. A third single, “Nobody’s Business […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Stacey Kelleher

Are your emotions in the mood for a sad but understanding song about a young love that lingers but just can’t last? Then give a listen to the lovely “Thing of the Past” from Music City singer-songwriter, Stacey Kelleher. I think your heart will find comfort in Stacey’s smooth indie-pop style. This song will be […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Grace Womack

(Photo by Jacqueline Justice) On August 13th, Austin, TX and Music City-based singer-songwriter Grace Womack released her debut EP, “Yellow Cowboy Hat.” Don’t let the imagery of that title fool you! Grace is no more of a cowboy (or “cowgirl”) than are Lake Street Dive and Kacey Musgraves to whom her delightful “Pop meets R&B” […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Daryl Wayne Dasher

Looking for some new solid traditional-sounding Country that you can sink your teeth into? Well, then I suggest you check out “Honky Tonk Ways,” the fourth LP from Music City singer-songwriter Daryl Wayne Dasher. I’ve been digging the title track which you can listen to right here. Follow that sweet pedal steel and hear Daryl […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Haunted Like Human

Nashville Folk/Americana duo Haunted Like Human will drop a new self-released album titled “Tall Tales & Fables” on October 15.  Behind this interesting band name, you will find multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Cody Clark and lead singer and lyricist Dale Chapman. So far there are two singles out from the upcoming LP for your listening pleasure. Check out “Ghost Towns” right now […]