Teddy Grossman: Singer/Songwriter
Bluphoria: Alt-Rock Band
Cara Louise: Singer/Songwriter
Adam Roth (Deathcruiser)
Madeline Consoer: Singer/Songwriter
Scott T Smith: Singer/Songwriter
A thoughtful songwriter at the vanguard of modern folk music, Scott T.Smith joins Jamie on the show.
After suffering through some unlucky pandemic timing with the release of his wonderful EP ‘Wanted Man’, Scott is mounting a comeback. Becoming a household name in Nashville and beyond with his colorful songwriting, vibrant characters and calls for connection and humanity in his art.
Join us for a fascinating conversation as Scott shares with Jamie how sustainability plays a role in his career, the organization and focus needed in today’s industry, how he bounced back from musical setbacks and his battle to raise environmental awareness.
Singer/Songwriter: Stacy Antonel
LORE: Americana Rock Band
We welcome Laura Reed and Laur Joamets, better known as ‘Lore’, a genre-bending Nashville duo creating intense ‘buzz’ in Nashville.
Mixing elements of metal, grunge, blues, and rock into raw, electric Americana anthems Lore has been a long time coming. Originally from South Africa, Laura Reed started songwriting as a street musician, later collaborating with funk icons George Clinton and Karl Denson before launching her solo career. Laur, whose pedigree includes playing with Sturgill Simpson and Drivin N Cryin, grew up in Estonia before relocating to Tennessee.
In 2019 destiny brought Laura and Laur together, and the rest is history, LORE was born.
Join us as we learn the inside story of a duo that is starting to creatie waves in Rock N’ Roll, from Laura and Laur themselves.
Lore’s debut album, co-produced by the band with Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton) and Dave Schools (Widespread Panic, Hard Working Americans), is set for release in Fall 2022.
Gracie Ray: Singer/Songwriter
Los Angeles singer and songwriter Gracie Ray is a unique and rare soul. Imparting raw honesty upon lively pop soundscapes punctuated by R&B grooves and jazz fluidity, she tells stories with the candor of a late-night chat between lifelong friends, sparing no detail or emotion as she examines the ups and downs of love and life.
On today’s episode of Jrodconcerts: The Podcast, we are joined by this up-and-coming musical talent that will leave you breathless and shaken with a journey of emotions. Her debut album ‘Nighthawk’ (Out Now) is a mesmerizing journey through melancholy with a splash of hope and fortitude.
Born into music royalty, Gracie has grown her own Artistic roots. Her grandfather just so happens to be two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame® inductee David Crosby of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Her father, James Raymond, an accomplished musician himself, plays keyboards on tour with CSN. The musical DNA is in Gracie’s sould, but she has carved out her own unique path and this is just the beggining.
Join us as we talk to Gracie about her artistic journey, her motivations, breakthrough moments and a lot more.
Adam Meisterhans: Guitarist, Producer and Songwriter
Bonnaroo 2022 Recap: Featuring Tenille Townes, Bre Kennedy, Jonathan Terrell and Fans
Andrew Leahey: American Static Vol. 2 Track-by-Track Special Episode
Rhonda Vincent: Bluegrass singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist
Collin Nash: Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist
A Guitar extraordinaire, Collin has made a name for himself as one of Music City’s most jovial and hard working Artists, having been a key part of work with such names as Gabe Lee, Ben Chapman and Meg Mcree.
Folk Alliance 2022: John Smith, Fellow Pynins and Hillary Klug
Rooster Walk 2022: Moon Taxi and Town Mountain
Cristina Vane: Singer/Songwriter
Lydia Luce: Singer/Songwriter
Andy Frasco: Singer/Songwriter/Podcaster
Lilly Winwood: Singer/Songwriter
Festival Preview 2022: Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival and Music For The Mind
Brandon Davis: Singer/Songwriter
Imen Siar: Singer & Songwriter
Singer/Songwriter: Maddie Poppe
Bear Shadow Music Festival 2022
Folk Band: Wildeyes
Bluebird Music Festival 2022
#300 - Lainey Wilson: Singer/Songwriter
Lainey has become a friend of our show and a respected Artist not just because of her ‘once in a generation’ talent, but her devotion to the timeless values of hard work, loyalty, faith and friendship.
Lainey currently has yet another #1 single with Cole Swindell’s ‘Never Say Never’ and is selling out major festivals and stadiums across North America . The breakout star had her biggest career night to date at the Academy of Country Music Awards in March where she won the awards for ‘Song of The Year’ (Things a Man Oughta Know) and ‘New Female Artist of The Year’
Join us as Lainey shares with Jamie how nature and her close circle keeps her grounded, how high standards continue to driver her goals, her upcoming debut in the musical ‘May We All’ , The Idea of a Family and more.
Kat Hil: Singer/Songwriter
Nicki Bluhm: Singer/Songwriter
William Ryan Key: Singer/Songwriter/Producer
Dallas Wayne: Singer, Songwriter, on-air Personality
Jive Talk: Indie-Rock Band
Claire Guerreso: Singer/Songwriter
A unique artist, Claire imparts depth into her songs with her haunting, compelling voice and melodies and can enhance an emotion into any situation. Socnically or visually.
We welcome Claire to share with us the high standards she sets for herself, cake decorating, letting songs go, seeing your songs on tv and more.
Visit www.claireguerreso.com to find our more about this trailblazing creative.
Geneviève Racette: Singer/Songwriter
Michael Weintrob: Music Photographer
Michael Weintrob is an American photographer, philanthropist and creative who has snapped anyone who’s anyone in the music industry. He’s also served as house photographer for the Newport Jazz Festival, the Newport Folk Festival, the Barcelona Jazz Festival and the Bluegrass Underground.
Michael has also had a long-standing relationship with the Nashville music scene, and is currently launching INSTRUMENTHEAD REVEALED, the sequel to the critically acclaimed INSTRUMENT collection. The
Instrumenthead revealed is the sequel, where Michael unmasks these musicians in a way you’ve never seen before. You can find more about the project and pre-order your book at michaelweintrob.com
Ron Pope: Singer/Songwriter
Julia Blair: Singer/Songwriter
Summer Festival Preview 2022: Blue Ox Music Festival and Master Musicians Festival
Amy Martin: Singer/Songwriter
Hannah Bethel: Singer/Songwriter
Matt Koziol: Singer/Songwriter
The Heavy Hours: Indie/Rock Band (SXSW 2022)
Bre Kennedy: Singer/Songwriter (SXSW 2022)
Our dear friend Bre Kennedy joins us Live from Austin, where she catches us up on her upcoming tour with Joy Oladokun, her new acoustic EP, growing from life challenges and recharging with nature.
Brooke Annibale: Singer/Songwriter (SXSW 2022)
Malin Pettersen (SXSW 2022) Singer/Songwriter
U2 Tribute With Lauren Morrow and Andrew Leahey
Chris Pandolfi: Banjoist/Musician
Izaak Opatz: Singer/Songwriter
Suzie Chism: Singer/Songwriter
Natasha Blaine: Singer/Songwriter
Beautiful Machines: Electronic Duo
Charlotte Sands: Singer/Songwriter
MOKITA: Singer, Songwriter & Producer
Goldpark: Indie-Rock Band
Judy Collins: Singer, Songwriter & Activist
We welcome back to the show, the cultural treasure that is Judy Collins.
Now, in her 6th decade as a singer and songwriter, Judy is experiencing a profound level of growth and prolific creativity and she is gearing up to release a brand new album: ‘Spellbound’. Out on February 18th, 2022
The 13 song album is a special entry in her oeuvre. It marks the first time ever she wrote all the songs on one of her albums. It features 12 new recently-written modern folk songs, and a bonus track of her evergreen, “The Blizzard.” Spellbound is an introspective and impressionistic album. It unfolds as if Judy curated a museum exhibit of her life, and welcomes us into a retrospective of her most formative moments, some big and public, and some intensely personal and intimate.
Join us for an unforgettable conversation where Judy shares how Leonard Cohen motivated her songwriting, her love of the outdoors, shares relationship advice, and touches on Joe Rogan, Spotify and artist compensation.
For more on Judy Collins, visit: www.judycollins.com/
The Shindellas: Musical Group
Hangout Fest and Bear Shadow Music Festival: Spring Festival Preview 2022
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022 Nominees: Analysis With Jason Hanley
Joined by our good friend of the show Jason Hanley, Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to chat about the 2022 nominees. The Nominees for 2022 Induction are:
Eurythmics Judas Priest
New York Dolls
Rage Against The Machine
A Tribe Called Quest
To be eligible for nomination, an individual artist or band must have released its first commercial recording at least 25 years prior to the year of nomination. Seven out of 17 of the Nominees are on the ballot for the first time, including Beck, Eminem, Duran Duran, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, and A Tribe Called Quest. This is Eminem’s first year of eligibility.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame offers fans the opportunity to participate in the Induction selection process with the 2022 Induction Fan Vote sponsored by Ohio. Find It Here. Today through April 29, fans can vote every day at vote.rockhall.com, or at the museum in Cleveland. The top five artists, as selected by the public, will comprise a “fans’ ballot” that will be tallied along with the other ballots to select the 2022 Inductees
Alex Munoz: Multi-Instrumentalist, Producer & Engineer
Adam Shoenfeld: Guitarist, Singer & Songwriter
Molly Martin: Singer/Songwriter
Continuing a lineage of tough, gritty Rock ‘N Roll women, Molly Martin is a rising musical treasure.
Known for her powerful live performances, Molly has been tearing up stages throughout Nashville, including iconic venues and stages like The Basement and The High Watt.
Originally from Philadelphia, Molly’s latest EP released in late 2020, ‘What you Need’ was a favorite on stations such as ‘Lightning 100’ and she is now gearing up for the release of her new album ‘Mary’ in 2022.
Join us as we chat with this thunderbolt of Rock N’Roll as we discuss her first musical steps in Philadelphia. the move to Nashville, lessons of 2021 and more
Erin Rae: Singer/Songwriter
Claudia Hoyser: Singer/Songwriter
Dillon Warnek: Singer/Songwriter
Caitlin Rose: Singer/Songwriter
Lord Nelson: Rock 'N Roll Band
Khalid Yassein of Wild Rivers - Singer/Songwriter
Rob Aldridge: Singer-Songwriter
A seasoned singer/songwriter whose musical talents and ability to win over a crowd has been honed from thousands of gigs, Rob Aldridge, front-man for Rob Aldridge & The Proponents joins the show.
SixForty1: Country Pop Duo
The Brethren: Country-Rock Group
Katie Ruvane: Singer/Songwriter
Emily Scott Robinson: Singer/Songwriter
Singer/Songwriter: Christian Lopez
Alt-Folk Band: The Way Down Wanderers
Indie-Rock Band: The Lighthouse and The Whaler
Singer/Songwriter: Danielia Cotton
Singer/Songwriter: Angela Autumn
Bluegrass and Americana Band: Barbaro
Singer/Songwriter: Janet Devlin
Americana Duo: ELDR
Singer/Songwriter: Sara Jean Kelley
Singer/Songwriter: Claudia Combs Carty
Singer/Songwriter: John Sierra
In his debut album,The Wonder, John Sierra invites listeners on a thoughtful journey intot heemotional landscape of the heart. Rich with soaring harmonies, driving acoustic rhythms,and haunting melodies,The Wonder wades through a folk-inspired sound with songs thatare unapologetically raw. Exploring heartache, healing, relationship, and working through regret.
For more on John Sierra, visit www. johnsierramusic.com
Singer/Songwriter: Maja Francis
Welcoming Swedish blazing talent Maja Francis to the show.
A late year surprise, the stunning full-length debut of Swedish artist Maja Francis reveals itself as a compelling statement of purpose. Projecting a need for emotional connection with catchy beats and outstanding songwriting, ‘A Pink Soft Mess’ instantly captivates and establishes itself as Maja’s most personal work yet.
What sets Maja apart from her contemporaries is the three-dimensional complexity of her character, and all sides are on display in this album. We welcome Maja to a wonderful and in-depth conversation. One that touches on mental health, recording melodies in the middle of the night, growing up in a record store and more. Also, stay tuned for an exclusive performance of ‘How Are We Doing’ the closing track of the stunning album.
Don’t miss ‘A Pink Soft Mess’ out now wherever you stream your music.
Indie-Rock Band: The Heavy Hours
Singer/Songwriter: Brandy Zdan
Singer/Songwriter: Allie Dunn
Singer/Songwriter: Hello Lightfoot
Jessica Louise Dye, uber talented friend of our show, and now with a solo project ‘Hello Lightfoot’ returns to our show.
A renowned frontwoman for surf rock band ‘High Waisted’, Jessica has stepped out as a solo artist on her new project which consists of equal parts groundbreaking pop with danceable hooks and captivating verses.
The EP project started nearly ten years ago, and served as a cathartic process for some life curveballs that helped her evolve as an Artist and as a person, including the unexpected death of her best friend.
Fantastic first single ‘Twenty Seven;’ is out now, and expect to hear a lot from Hello Lightfoot in 2022 and beyond.
Singer/Guitarist: Keith Murray (We Are Scientists)
Singer/Songwriter: Morgan Wade
Musical Artists: Rob Garza and Racquel Jones
Singer/Songwriter: John King
Musical Artist: Greta Morgan
In a much anticipated return to the show, Musical Artist Greta Morgan returns to the show for the first time since April 2020.
Known for her prolific career which includes bands and performances as varied as The Hush Sound, Gold Motel and Springtime Carnivore, Greta has also performed with Vampire Weekend as well as releasing music under her own name. This includes her haunting instant classic single ‘When The Sun Comes Up’, released in the Fall of 2020.
Like many, the past 18 months have brought challenges to Greta’s life, one in specific has been personal and life changing. Diagnosed with a disorder that affects the voice called ‘Spasmodic Dysphonia’ it has threatened her vocal progress and caused reflection and life altering perspectives.
We are honored and humbled Greta joins us to share the story, as well as brining us up to date on her wonderful traveling adventures, breakthrough moments in nature, the upcoming book she is writing, her musical project ‘The Gumdrops’ and much more.
Country-Music Duo: Tigirlily
On a special Live! episode of our show, we welcome back Kendra and Krista Slaubaugh of country music-duo Tigirlily. To say that Tigirlily is blowing up the charts would be an understatement.
This year has seen them release hit after hit, including a career defining single: ‘Somebody Does. The song debuted at #1 on the iTunes all-genre charts, and has since been streamed over 2 million times and has been featured on the Bobby Bones Show.
Shortly after this release, Tigirlily signed with Monument Records and Smack Publishing. Tigirlily released their self-titled debut EP in July 2021 which charted at #2 on the iTunes Country Charts.
Join us, as we chat with the sibling artists about everything from performing in lower Broadway and now arenas, the enduring connection with their fans and an in-depth look at ‘Somebody Does’, its history, impact and legacy.
For more on Tigirlily, visit, www.tigirlily.com.
Singer/Songwriter: Ric Robertson
Memphofest 2021 Episode: Featuring Moon Taxi & Southern Avenue
On a special episode of Jrodconcerts: The Podcast, we come to you live from Memphis Tennessee, home of Memphofest Music Festival.
Joining us from the historic music city are Nashville based hit-makers ‘Moon Taxi’, specifically Tyler Ritter, Wes Bailey and Spencer Thomson. In addition we have also welcomed ‘Southern Avenue’ a Grammy nominated soul and roots band that is leaving a mark in stages across North America.
With Tyler, Wes and Spencer the fascinating conversation includes topics such as the debate of old Nashville vs ‘New’ Nashville, becoming parents recording on the road and their evolution as people through the pandemic.With Southern Avenue we are joined by Tierinii Jackson, Ori Naftaly, Jeremy Powell
Tikyra Jackson and Evan Sarver. Topics include health habits on the road, performing while pregnant as Tierinii is, the musical chemistry of the band and more.
Special thank you to Danielle Dror, Crissa Requate and the team at Memphofest for having us over. We encourage music fans and you, our audience, to visit this special gathering in their next editions. Check out the website www.memphofest.com for more information.
Chart-Topping Trio: The Buckleys
Singer/Songwriter: Stacey Kelleher
Sharing messages of understanding in her music, Stacey Kelleher writes songs that make one thing clear: she’s still figuring life out, and that’s okay. With catchy melodies reminiscent of LANY and Maggie Rogers, emotive lyrics like Phoebe Bridgers’, and quirky indie-pop production similar to Holly Humberstone’s, Kelleher has cultivated the unique sound of herself – a young woman working hard and keeping it real.
A talent-based scholarship graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Kelleher has performed at legendary venues including The Hotel Café in Los Angeles, California and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, where she is currently releasing new music leading up to her new EP, due out in November 2021.
We welcome Stacey to share her story, unique path and more.
Singer/Songwriter: Jeremy Pinnell
We welcome Jeremy to celebrate his third studio album Goodbye L.A, set to release on SofaBurn Records on October 1st. Produced by Texan JonathanTyler, Goodbye L.A.
is a 10-song listening experience intended to do one simple thing: make you happy.
Pinnell explains, “[Production-wise] I wanted like 80s Waylon, ZZ Top. My idea was that I wanted to write a record that made people happy,” he says. “I want people to dance and have fun and love each other.”
Singer/Songwriter: Old Sea Brigade
We welcome Atlanta-born and Nashville-based singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Ben Cramer: Old Sea Brigade to the show.
A critically acclaimed artist, Ben recently released a staggering and beautiful album titled ‘Motivational Speaking’ , his second full length offering offering full Americana bliss, rock energy, and country heart.
On this special Live! episode, Ben shares with us his musical background, his first days as a Punk Rocker, his experience at the University of Miami School of Music, opening for rock icons such as Kansas and more.
For more on Old Sea Brigade, including tour dates, merch and more, visit: https://www.oldseabrigade.com
Singer/Songwriter: Stephanie Quayle
Bristol Rhythm & Roots 2021 Episode: Featuring Sierra Ferrell, 49 Winchester & Charlene Baker
Singer/Songwriter: Katelyn Tarver
Singer/Songwriter: Matthew Fowler
Singer/Songwriter: Eva Cassel
Singer/Songwriter: Kashena Sampson
With banging beats, and a powerful voice, it’s no Surprise Kashena Sampson is one of Nashville’s most admired talents.
Her new album, the 11 track ‘Time Machine’ is a wonderful collection, songs are punchy and upbeat to match the blunt, emotions Kashena composes in the vein of 1960’s Laurel Canyon folk trail blazers like Linda Ronstadt and Joni Mitchell, with arrangements nothing short of superb.
Tune of this Live! episode with Kashena, where we encompass her journey from growing up in Hong Kong, to her pivotal artistic periods in Las Vegas and Los Angeles before finding a home in Nashville.
Don’t forget to check out ‘Time Machine’ the wonderful new album out NOW.
Entrepreneur/Activist: Mike 'Grimey' Grimes
Live music Entrepreneur, activist, music fan and community leader. The titles of Mike Grimes are ample and varied.
As co-owner and founder of Grimey’s Independent record store, and owner of famed music venues The Basement and The Basement East, Mike has left a mark that will go on forever not just in Nashville, but in the music scene far and wide.
In this special Labor day episode, we sit down with Mike at the famed The Basement, a place where countless acts such as Metallica and Maren Morris have performed, and talk about timeless stories. Among them, the resilience of coming back from Covid-19, rebuilding The Basement East after the devastating tornado of February 2020, the secret Metallica show, animal advocacy and many more stories.
We hope you enjoy this great episode with Mike Grimes, and if you are visiting Nashville make sure to stop at Grimey’s for unique records, or catch one of a kind shows at The Basement and The Basement East.
Producer/Guitarist: Steven Chris Harrah
Singer/Songwriter: Grayson Jenkins
Musicians: Kevin Leon and Jesse Phillips (St. Paul And The Broken Bones)
Blue Ox Music Festival Episode: Featuring Lillie Mae, Scarlett Rische & LISSIE
Singer/Songwriter: Vincent Neil Emerson
Singer/Songwriter: Lauren Mascitti
Singer/Songwriter: Arrested Youth (Ian Johnson)
Singer/Songwriter: Matt Vinson (The Wonderfool & CAAMP)
Singer/Songwriter: Bre Kennedy
Singer/Songwriter: Nicholas Jamerson
Musical Group: Track45
Singer/Songwriter Lisa Crawley:
Episode #200: Brit Taylor, Adam Chaffins and Miles Miller
Singer/Songwriter: Dallas Burrow
Singer/Songwriter: Dallas Burrow
Musician, Actor and Author: David Duchovny
While fans may know him best for his screen work (The X-Files, Californication), Duchovny has carved out a larger creative role over the years, authoring four books and releasing three albums while earning raves (and a dedicated fanbase) for his live shows
Singer/Songwriter: Andrew Leahey
Singer/Songwriter: Betty Reed
Singer/Songwriter: Miss Jackie Wilson
Singer/Songwriter: Alex Dugan (Culture Wars)
Musician/Entrepreneur: James Priestner (Rare Americans)
Folk/Pop Duo: The Bittersweets
Singer/Songwriter: Lindsay Ellyn
Singer/Songwriter: Olivia Soli
Singer/Songwriter: Brandon Jenner
Los Angeles-born, singer, songwriter and producer Brandon Jenner joins Jamie on the show.
Brandon’s newest EP, the fantastic ‘Short of Home’ has been a long time in the making. Written, Produced and recorded during lockdown, it is his most honest and raw work yet.
Following a whirlwind year of gigs around the world, a new marriage and the birth of his twin sons, each track is carefully crafted to bring out honest emotions in each and every listener.
He also recently released a moving new music video for the emotional song ‘Life for Two’, written at the request of a dying fan in Denmark as a song for her two young children. Don’t miss the exclusive performance of this new single at the end of this episode.
Make sure to check out Brandon as he heads to the road throughout 2021. You can find out his dates and more at: www.brandonjennermusic.com
Singer/Songwriter: Candi Carpenter
Singer/Songwriter: Emma Charles
Singer/Songwriter: Kristina Murray
Singer/Songwriter: Lainey Wilson
A shining star in music, and a shining human spirit, we welcome Lainey Wilson to the show.
Hailing from Baskin, Louisiana, Lainey spent seven years in Nashville building momentum, and it is now paying off in spades as her songwriting, live performances, charisma and good heart are well known everywhere in Music City.
Lainey’s new album, the instant classic ‘Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’ has been an absolute smash hit! Everywhere from the Billboard charts to the top streaming playlists, and critics ‘Best of’ lyrics, it ias a collection of r12 songs that take listeners on a full emotional journey.
Join us as Lainey shares with Jamie unique stories about handling new pressures in her career, the touring preparation, determination and more.
For more information on Lainey Wilson including tour dates for her upcoming worldwide stops, visit: www.laineywilson.com
R&B/Soul Musician: Maxwell Planes
A unique artist, Maxwell Planes has created a special sound that he describes as “a fusion of soul, rap, and country with a layer of smooth R&B guitar licks”
The new single, ‘Runnnin’, written about the struggles of daily life, and emotions that come with them ( especially bubbling to the surface during the 2020 pandemic) has been very well received by his fans and the critics for its openness.
We welcome the Chicago native, for a deep chat about mental health, musical inspiration, the music video for ‘Runnin’ and more,
For more on Maxwell planes, check out his social media links: @maxwellplanes
Musician/Writer/Producer Zayde Wu00f8lf
Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist: Rachel Baiman
Singer/Songwriter Rachel Baiman, one of the most skilled and admired instrumentalists in the Americana world joins Jamie on the show.
Celebrating the release of her masterful new album, ‘Cycles’ is home to some of the year’s most thrilling music so far. An album with a real willingness to wear the battles of the real world, more brazenly in the open it is sure to captivate critics and audiences in the months to come.
We welcome Rachel for a wonderful chat, where she shares how the pandemic year of 2020 helped her grow, the return of touring, empathy and the return of ‘Flip The Tune’ among more.
For more on Rachel Baiman, visit: www.rachelbaiman.com
Singer/Songwriter: Josh Morningstar
Alt-Rock Band: East of June
Singer/Songwriter: Lauren Morrow
Singer/Songwriter Callie McCullough
Nashville-based, Ontario-born Callie McCullough, a shining singer-songwriter inspired by timeless bluegrass and old-school country music joins the show.
Singer/Songwriter: Annie Keating
Proud to welcome one of America’s singer/songwriting treasures, Brooklyn based Annie Keating to the show.
About to release her eight full length album on June 4th, the masterful Bristol County Tides, Annie shares with us the story of her most accomplished, inspired and ambitious album to date. Produced by Teddy Kumpel, it’s a pandemic album of transformation that feels both universal and deeply personal, a perfect album as the world opens back up from the fear of 2020.
Join us, as Annie walks us through the all star band involved in the project, the songs and what she missed the most of performing live.
For more on Annie Keating, visit: www.anniekeating.com/
Singer/Songwriter: Langhorne Slim
Singer/Songwriter: Maddox Jones
UK hitmaker, singer/songwriter, and friend of the show Maddox Jones returns to the Jrodconcerts Podcast.