Category 11 Questions to a Nashville Musician

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Steven Dunn

Steven Dunn’s recording of 20 songs in just two days for the quarterly EPs he consecutively titled “God”,” “Love, “And,” and “Death” was no easy task. Inspired by Johnny Cash, these dark haunting and soulful renderings are not easy listening either.  After all, who among us has all the answers about God, love and death? […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Tom Galloway

If your ears are looking for a fresh new Country Rock/American sound and you love twangy electric and pedal steel guitar driven hooks, have I got a new record for you: “Cross Currents” by Tom Galloway. After doing the band thing for a few years out of his native Georgia, Tom’s now here in Music […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Jason Erie

For five years, Jason fronted the New York-based rock band Waking Up East resulting in two LPs and several tours across the USA. After a brief break and a move to Music City, he has released his debut solo record, “The Art of Letting Go,” a poignantly personal seven-song EP that commands an attentive listen. […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Katie Cole

Taking a quick break while on tour, songstress Katie Cole recorded a brilliant new five-song EP in a small Nashville studio. And, by the way, it wasn’t just any old tour. It was the recent world arena tour of The Smashing Pumpkins for whom Katie was a touring member. Back in July, you may have […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Sarah Clanton

I’ve never met a singing cello player that I didn’t like, and singer-songwriter Sarah Clanton is no exception. While remaining serious with her musical message, Sarah also adds some fun and bills her lively performances as “Part-Comedy, Part-Concert.” She aims to “bring people together and build a feel-good machine” with her musical blend of classical […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Lauren Balthrop

Photo by Bernie DeChant Having worked as a backing vocalist for the likes of the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and blues-rocker Benjamin Booker, Lauren Balthrop has stepped out on her own and made her debut record as a singer-songwriter and guitarist. Released via Tone Tree Music, “This Time Around” was recorded in Woodstock and produced […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Lauren Morrow

When I first heard “I Don’t Think About You at All” from Lauren Morrow’s self-titled debut solo EP, I thought it was 1965 and somebody just bought three songs on the jukebox for a quarter. Oh, how I just love the classic country sound that Lauren can bring home so well. Her record was made […]