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 beginnings for him. Including his growing up in the Carolina's, his early record deals, working with John Leventhal, Buddy Miller, Pete Anderson (just to name a few), and not to mention his record cuts. Those include, "Where the Sidewalk Ends," "You Don’t Seem to Miss Me," "Hole in My Head," "Halfway Down," "We Really Shouldn’t Be Doing This," and, "The King Of Broken Hearts,". Humility, grace, and jokes that only Jim can deliver are ever-flowing through our conversation but Jim still affirms that, "There is still more work to be done."