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.
This young songwriter from Pennsylvania has toured with the likes of Mavis Staples, Gladys Knight, the Brothers Osborne and many others. He stops by the show to talk about his musical journey so far.
This living legend of American music stops by the show to discuss three decades of inspired singing and songwriting.
Stepping out into the spotlight after years on the road with his brother's band, Tim Hause stops by the show to discuss his new eponymous project
These modern rock stalwarts have sold over ten million records and find themselves regularly at the top of Billboard's rock charts.
This Pennsylvania native has written for Dierks Bentley and played in concert with Willie Nelson. He stops by the show to discuss his unlikely path into the center of the modern music business.
This folk group led by two sisters has consistently blazed a trail for independent musicians over the last two decades.
The Memphis-based troubadour stops by the show to talk about his early inspiration and his years on the road.
The psychedelic songsmith, whose music has inspired the likes of REM and the Replacements, stops by the show to discuss his five decades in music.
This songsmith has 12 one hits to his name, along with 2 billion Spotify streams and counting.
This folk supergroup is composed of Anais Mitchell (Hadestown), Eric D. Johnson (Fruit Bats), and Josh Kaufman (The National, Bob Weir, Josh Ritter).
The troubadour from Flint, Texas stops by the show to talk about his years on the road and in the writing room.
Dave Simonett, the principal singer and songwriter with this hard-charging and lyrically precise bluegrass band, discusses their latest album which was produced by Jeff Tweedy of Wilco.
This legendary songwriter has been penned hits for Pat Benatar, Tina Turner, Aerosmith, Rod Stewart, Heart, Bon Jovi and many others.
This American folk supergroup is composed of Drew Holcomb and the married duo behind Johnnyswim.
The lead singer and songwriter for Bumpin' Uglies, a lyrically focused reggae band from Maryland, stops by the show to discuss how he built his band into nationally touring success.
Cleto Cordero, the principal songwriter and frontman for this burgeoning Texas country outfit, stops by the show to talk their early days, being away from family on the road, and writing songs.