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.
This native of Greece has been blazing his own path in American music after an auspicious meeting the soul music star Leon Bridges.
This homegrown Nashville artists has written for Morgan Wallen and Thomas Rhett, and now has a Gold Record of his own.
This artist has written songs for Amy Grant and the Pointer Sisters and has also worked as a session singer for Jewel and Freedy Johnston.
This Grammy nominated and chart-topping artist from Breaux Bridge, LA stops by the show to recall his ascent in music and entertainment.
The former member of Styx and writer of hits for Patty Smyth, Don Henley and Randy Travis stops by the show.
The lead guitarist and one of the contributing songwriters to this iconic heavy metal band stops by the show to discuss his time in the studio and on the road with the group.
This Canadian born troubadour has seen platinum success, toured with Shania Twain, and has hosted "Canada's Got Talent".
The Texas troubadour returns to our show to opine on owning a nightclub, running a studio, and producing his latest album "Yesterday's News" in Fort Worth.
This standard bearer of Nashville's music row stops by the show to discuss his many decades in songwriting, including writing hits for Elvis, Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, and many others.
This troubadour and proud native of West Virginia stops by the show to talk about his rise to national prominence, balancing family and artistic obligations, and leaving one dream to pursue another.
This songwriting supergroup is composed of Sean McConnell, Garrison Starr, and the producer Peter Groenwald.
Dallas Green, the creative mastermind behind this platinum selling Canadian band, stops by the show to discuss his musical upbringing and his creative process.
Formerly of The Curse and The Loved Ones, this prolific songwriter who now helms his own eponymous project returns to the show to discuss his new album.