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Surviving the Music Industry

Jun 30, 2020

Bright Light Bright Light is Welsh-born, NYC living artist Rod Thomas. Rod makes pop music influenced heavily by cinema, with nods to the 80s and 90s, his formative decades, in its colorful, effervescent presentation. BLBL not only made history by performing on the Graham Norton Show in 2016 with Sir Elton John but...


Jun 25, 2020

Tenille Townes made her first trip to Nashville when she was 14 and knew pretty quickly this was going to be the "X" on her road map of life. Born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, she officially moved to Nashville in 2013. It only took a few years to win over Music Row and Big Yellow Dog Publishing co-owner, Carla Wallace,...


Jun 23, 2020

Jim Lauderdale is a 2-time Grammy-winning Americana icon, an A-list singer-songwriter with 30 plus albums, and a staple of the Americana genre that he has helped define. Jim now celebrating his latest release, When Carolina Comes Home Again, shares the full scope of the project which eventually leads to a lot of...


Jun 18, 2020

A life of twists and turns has led Matt Stell in more than a few directions, but on the heels of his impressive breakthrough year with his hit "Prayed For You." He's keeping his eyes forward with his next song, "If I Was A Bar." At one time, Matt was a collegiate basketball star playing the bars and clubs of Missouri...


Jun 16, 2020

A memoir in the Huffingpost titled, "Cookies and Milk," set's the prologue to this conversation with activist, bluesman Reverend Shawn Amos. Growing up in Hollywood in the '70s, post-civil rights movement, and the age of sexual freedom. Shawn takes us through what childhood was like in the home of Wally Amos, founder...