"Mull of Kintyre"
"Mull of Kintyre
"Mull of Kintyre"

episode #137 

DENNY LAINE

Founding member of The Moody Blues and Paul McCartney and Wings. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer. Four-time Grammy nominee and two-time winner.

"Sunny Came Home"

episode #136

SHAWN COLVIN

Three-time Grammy winner, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Americana Lifetime Achievement Award. Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.

"Save the Best for Last"
"Save the Best for Last"

episode #135

WENDY WALDMAN

Song of the Year Grammy nominee. ASCAP Song of the Year winner. Rolling Stone called her first album the "singer-songwriter debut of the year."

episode #134

ALEX EBERT
"Home"

Golden Globe winner. Founder of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Ima Robot. One of Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of the Year. "Greenback Boogie," "Man on Fire."

"It Matters to Me"

episode #133

ED HILL

BMI Country Songwriter of the Year. Best Country Song Grammy nominee. Over a dozen Top 5's singles. "Just Fishin'" (Trace Adkins), "Whatever You Say" (Martina).

"Neon Cathedrals"

episode #132

ALLEN STONE

USA Today's "pitch perfect powerhouse." Grammy nominee. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis collaborator. Self-described hippie with soul.  

Writers of Christmas classics

episode #131

HOLIDAY HITS

Chris Butler, Randy Brooks, Chris Eaton & Paul Williams discuss "Christmas Wrapping," "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer," "Breath of Heaven," and more.

"'Til I Hear It From You"

episode #130

MARSHALL CRENSHAW

Golden Globe & Grammy nominee for "Walk Hard." Named among Rolling Stone's "Best Albums of the '80s." "My Favorite Waste of Time," Someday Someway." 

"Tortured Tangled Hearts"
"90 Days" (P!nk)

episode #129

WRABEL

P!nk and Kesha collaborator that People magazine called "one to watch" and Billboard named its Pride Artist of the Month. "11 Blocks," "Woman" (Kesha) 

"Separate Lives"

episode #128

STEPHEN BISHOP

Academy Award winner. Two-time Grammy nominee. "On and On," "Save it for a Rainy Day." Wrote and performed the theme song for Animal House.

episode #127

MARTY STUART

Five-time Grammy winner. Grand Ole Opry member. Writer, collector, preservationist, and  keeper of the country flame. "Tempted," "Time Don't Wait."

"Tortured Tangled Hearts"
"XXX's and OOO's"

episode #126

ALICE RANDALL

First African-American woman to write a #1 country hit. New York Times bestselling novelist of The Wind Done Gone. Music publisher and Vanderbilt professor.

"'Til I Gain Control Again"

episode #125

RODNEY CROWELL

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and two-time winner. "Ashes by Now," "After All This Time," "Shame on the Moon."

"Green Green Grass of Home"

episode #124

CURLY PUTMAN

Final interview with the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer and two-time CMA Song of the Year honoree. "He Stopped Loving Her Today," "D-I-V-O-R-C-E."

"Either Way" 

episode #123

KENDELL MARVEL

Longtime Chris Stapleton collaborator. Latest album produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. "That Lonesome Song" (J. Johnson), "Twang" (G. Strait).

"Copperhead Road" 

episode #122

STEVE EARLE

Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner. Emmy nominee. Americana Free Speech Award. "Guitar Town," "The Devil's Right Hand," "Goodbye."

"Follow Your Arrow" 

episode #121

SHANE McANALLY

Forty #1 country hits. CMA Song of the Year winner. Two-time ACM Songwriter of the Year. Seven-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner.

"Sick of Myself" 

episode #120

MATTHEW SWEET

The critically-acclaimed power pop master with multiple Gold albums chats about "Girlfriend," "Divine Intervention" and his work with Susanna Hoffs.

"Give It Away" 

episode #119

BUDDY CANNON

CMA and ACM Song of the Year winner. Multiple Grammy award winner. Willie Nelson's producer and collaborator. "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die."

"Closer to Fine" 

episode #118

EMILY SALIERS

Indigo Girl. Grammy award winner. Seven Gold and Platinum albums. Pell Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts. Advocate and activist.

"Sharp Dressed Man"

episode #138 

BILLY F GIBBONS

Founder of ZZ Top. Two-time Grammy nominee. Rock & Roll Hall of Fake inductee. Over 50 million albums sold. Sixteen Top 10 singles. Sharp Dressed Man. 

"Mull of Kintyre"

episode #137 

DENNY LAINE

Founding member of The Moody Blues and Paul McCartney and Wings. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer. Four-time Grammy nominee and two-time winner.

"Sunny Came Home"

episode #136

SHAWN COLVIN

Three-time Grammy winner, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Americana Lifetime Achievement Award. Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.

"Save the Best for Last"

episode #135

WENDY WALDMAN

Song of the Year Grammy nominee. ASCAP Song of the Year winner. Rolling Stone called her first album the "singer-songwriter debut of the year."

episode #134

ALEX EBERT
"Home"

Golden Globe winner. Founder of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Ima Robot. One of Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of the Year. "Greenback Boogie," "Man on Fire."

"It Matters to Me"

episode #133

ED HILL

BMI Country Songwriter of the Year. Best Country Song Grammy nominee. Over a dozen Top 5's singles. "Just Fishin'" (Trace Adkins), "Whatever You Say" (Martina).

"Neon Cathedrals"

episode #132

ALLEN STONE

USA Today's "pitch perfect powerhouse." Grammy nominee. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis collaborator. Self-described hippie with soul.  

Writers of Christmas classics

episode #131

HOLIDAY HITS

Chris Butler, Randy Brooks, Chris Eaton & Paul Williams discuss "Christmas Wrapping," "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer," "Breath of Heaven," and more.

"'Til I Hear It From You"

episode #130

MARSHALL CRENSHAW

Golden Globe & Grammy nominee for "Walk Hard." Named among Rolling Stone's "Best Albums of the '80s." "My Favorite Waste of Time," Someday Someway." 

"Tortured Tangled Hearts"
"90 Days" (P!nk)

episode #129

WRABEL

P!nk and Kesha collaborator that People magazine called "one to watch" and Billboard named its Pride Artist of the Month. "11 Blocks," "Woman" (Kesha) 

"Separate Lives"

episode #128

STEPHEN BISHOP

Academy Award winner. Two-time Grammy nominee. "On and On," "Save it for a Rainy Day." Wrote and performed the theme song for Animal House.

episode #127

MARTY STUART

Five-time Grammy winner. Grand Ole Opry member. Writer, collector, preservationist, and  keeper of the country flame. "Tempted," "Time Don't Wait."

"Tortured Tangled Hearts"
"XXX's and OOO's"

episode #126

ALICE RANDALL

First African-American woman to write a #1 country hit. New York Times bestselling novelist of The Wind Done Gone. Music publisher and Vanderbilt professor.

"'Til I Gain Control Again"

episode #125

RODNEY CROWELL

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and two-time winner. "Ashes by Now," "After All This Time," "Shame on the Moon."

"Green Green Grass of Home"

episode #124

CURLY PUTMAN

Final interview with the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer and two-time CMA Song of the Year honoree. "He Stopped Loving Her Today," "D-I-V-O-R-C-E."

"Either Way" 

episode #123

KENDELL MARVEL

Longtime Chris Stapleton collaborator. Latest album produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. "That Lonesome Song" (J. Johnson), "Twang" (G. Strait).

"Copperhead Road" 

episode #122

STEVE EARLE

Sixteen-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner. Emmy nominee. Americana Free Speech Award. "Guitar Town," "The Devil's Right Hand," "Goodbye."

"Follow Your Arrow" 

episode #121

SHANE McANALLY

Forty #1 country hits. CMA Song of the Year winner. Two-time ACM Songwriter of the Year. Seven-time Grammy nominee and three-time winner.

"Sick of Myself" 

episode #120

MATTHEW SWEET

The critically-acclaimed power pop master with multiple Gold albums chats about "Girlfriend," "Divine Intervention" and his work with Susanna Hoffs.

"Give It Away" 

episode #119

BUDDY CANNON

CMA and ACM Song of the Year winner. Multiple Grammy award winner. Willie Nelson's producer and collaborator. "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die."

"Closer to Fine" 

episode #118

EMILY SALIERS

Indigo Girl. Grammy award winner. Seven Gold and Platinum albums. Pell Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts. Advocate and activist.

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