The Tony award winning songwriter talks with Joe Pug about the radical re-imagining of his acoustic debut album.
The Philadelphia raised troubadour, who has been mixing blues, folk, and hip hop for three decades, stops by the show to talk about early success, 1990s major label deals, and his prolific collaborations with the likes of Jack Johnson, the Avett Brothers, and many others.
The tables are turned again and Tim Showalter stops by the show to listen to Joe's new single, "I Do My Father's Drugs | Revisited".
The Billboard-topping songwriter talks about his early years in the Boston folk scene, accidentally recording a hit, and his relationship to a song that has become a part of the American cultural fabric.
The Red Dirt icon stops by the show to talk about his formative years playing clubs, signing with a major label in Nashville, and the way that fan support has fueled his entire career.
On this special episode of the podcast, the tables are turned and Joe is interviewed by BJ Barham of American Aquarium about his new album "Nation of Heat | Revisited".
The iconic singer songwriter reflects on her last few decades at the vanguard of American folk music.