Apr 16, 2020
After winning a songwriter competition in Nashville's sister city, Jarrod Dickenson has been living the troubadours' lifestyle of traveling the world and putting it into song. From the greed of Wall Street to the simple nuances of reminiscing a time where cowboys drove cattle across Texas. Jarrod's newest album, to be released later this year, covers a range of dramatic undertones. His recent release "Gold Rush" is full of hidden gems and parallelisms that will make you want to go deeper into Ready The Horses when it's finally released. We discuss looking into what's the hold up of releasing Ready The Horses, life amid COVID-19 for a working-class musician, and the complications of risk in art meets business.