Living the dream.
Me at Troubadour Takeover in Evans, GA. Jason White - Can’t Outrun That Train
Tom Waits-Come On Up To The House
Homemade amp cabinet for my Fender Pro Junior. Les Paul straight in, amp vol. & tone on 6
Bristol, TN & Harlen, KY gigs and road trip.
R.I.P. Johnny Winter. Johnny Winter Acoustic Blues: Goin’ Down Slow
Guest Blog: How Nashville’s Economic Boom Could Kill Its Creativity
Last week, one of the big stories in Nashville’s music scene became the potential bulldozing of Music Row’s historic Studio ‘A’, currently under the care of musician Ben Folds who’s been renting and upkeeping the space for the last dozen years. Studio ‘A’ has been in service since 1964, and was the site of some of country and pop music’s most important recordings, so when Ben got word that the studio was being sold to Bravo Development, the piano player feared the worst, and wrote an impassioned open letter to let people know the important landmark might be in trouble. A rally was planned for Studio ‘A’ on Monday morning (6:30, which still transpired to raise awareness about preservation in general), but the developer let it be known on Friday that it was always the plan to keep Studio ‘A’ intact as part of any development plans.