This legendary Austin TX songwriter stops by the show to talk about three decades of prolific writing, touring, and recording.
This Canadian hip hop star has found success for over three decades, including appearances with Snoop Dogg and platinum records of his own.
This soulful singer from the American south has painstakingly built a worldwide following over the last decade.
Jason Singer is the creative force behind this indie rock band that has built a national following by collaborating with Manchester Orchestra and playing legendary festivals such as Lollapalooza.
Zach and Lebo are the creative forces behind this rock and jam institution. They discuss their original formation, and recording for Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records.
The legendarily spirited rock and roll frontman joins the show to discuss his early years working for record labels, DIY touring, and learning the craft of songwriting from mentors in Nashville.
This Grammy winner stops by the show to discuss her acclaimed band Flor de Toloache, and her time touring with notable acts such as Dan Auerbach's The Arcs.
This artist, formerly of Fake Problems, has toured with the Gaslight Anthem, Anti-Flag, Frank Turner and many others.
This legendary songsmith who has written for Brad Paisley, the Chicks, Guy Clark, Montgomery Gentry and many others joins the show.
Listen to the first song of the new Joe Pug album.
Providence Rhode Island's greatest gift to rock and roll joins the show to discuss their years on the road and their knack for collaborating with one another over the course of years.
This musical project is the brainchild of musician Joe Bagale, who has built a sizeable following for his music via the pathway of the royalty free library on Youtube.
This native of the PNW has won the Telluride Troubadour award for songwriting and the prestigious Kerrville Folk Fest "New Folk" award. She's been composing and recording critically acclaimed folk records for the last decade.
This Akron OH native got his start busking the streets of Europe before moving to Los Angeles and scoring his first record deal. He's carved out a career as one of Americana's most beloved journeyman songwriters.
After starring in hit musicals like "Spring Awakening" and "American Idiot", this multi-faceted performer has struck out on a career as a singer-songwriter.
This peripatetic songwriter has collaborated with Rhett Miller, Gary Louris, Matthew sweet and many others, all while keeping her own artistic career rolling.
Wes Bayliss, one of the co-founders of this Nashville southern rock juggernaut, stops by the show to talk about the band's genesis and the loss of their co-founder Jason "Rowdy" Cope.
This duo from New England has been releasing anthemic and rousing folk music for over a decade.
Julia Steiner, the creative force behind this exciting young indie rock band, stops by the show to discuss the band's origins and their latest album.
One of the founding members of this indelible American jam band stops by the show to discuss his early years, recording with Steve Berlin, and writing with a group.
The legendary troubadour who fronted bands like the Nerves and the Plimsouls, talks about his five decade career as a Grammy nominated singer-songwriter.
Zack Feinberg, one of the creative forces behind this platinum selling rock band, stops by the show to talk creative process.
This blues guitarist from Kansas City is also an ace songwriter and performer.
This talented songwriter signed to Geffen Records as a senior in high school, and has headlined Red Rocks.