Category 11 Questions to a Nashville Musician

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 […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Ro Myra

Oh Nebraska, what an inspiring state you are! Springsteen crafted a tragic tale about a terrible adventure there. Then there were great songs by Josh Rouse and The Cash Brothers that played off the state’s stark imagery. Now Nashville Americana artist and Nebraska native, Ro Myra, gives us her just-released, self-produced debut LP titled “Nowhere, […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Andy Peake

This 11 Questions is a return visit for Nashville drummer/percussionist Andy Peake. He last visited us as a member of the band Big Shoes, but now Andy has written a batch of songs and got together with some of his Music City pals to record his debut solo LP as a singer-songwriter. Biglittle Records will […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Carrie Welling

Nashville singer-songwriters Carrie Welling (today’s subject) and Alex Wong (a 11 Questions alum) have united to release their new single “Monster.” In a rather unique presentation, Monster has two versions that Carrie discusses in her interview below. Go and give some repeated listens to both the NIGHT and DAY renditions of “Monster” right now. Wow! […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Jim Hoke

I reckon that you all are as excited as I am to see and hear live music again. But I will be honest and say that I won’t miss the hassles of having to work hard and pay a lot of money for a good seat, dealing with inattentive and chattering crowds and getting home […]