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Episode 159: Luke Miller from Lotus

I caught up with Luke Miller of Lotus to talk about the new record and their plans for 2019. Really super interesting stuff, and I plan to get Lotus into more frequent rotation here at the studio. I really dig their vibe and the attention they pay to their craft.

Episode 158: The Kitchen Dwellers

The Kitchen Dwellers are a straight ahead bluegrass/newgrass band from Montana. We caught up with Max Davis and Torrin Daniels on a rare off day, to talk about the Reheated Vol. 1 EP, their gruelling tour schedule and the potential of a new record in 2019.

Episode 157: Ben Sparaco

The New Effect came together in 2017 as a trio with Berklee College grads Anthony Quirk and Adam Discipio in Nashville. The trio has spent a lot of time on the road and plan to get at it in an even bigger way in 2019.

Episode 156: John Kadlecik

ohn Kadlecik has been on the show before and we always enjoy welcoming such a talented guy. We were absolutely blown away by his new solo record On The Road, not only because of the tunes but because the time and care John put into tracking the record.

Episode 155: Tara and Jeb of Donna the Buffalo

Donna the Buffalo, are in fact a band beyond description, blending all a host of genres, into a hodge podge of styles from folk, to country to zydeco to everything in between. The band has had a rotating cast of characters, but the principle songwriters and vocalists, Tara Nevins and Jeb Puryear have been at the helm of the herd since day one.

Episode 154: Joe Firstman of The Cordovas

All of this is to say, that this native North Carolinian has been developing his chops, both as a songwriter and a bass player, all this time, and he’s about to bust out large with The Cordovas. They’re a little bit country, a little bit southern rock, and a lot Bakersfield sound.

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