On episode 98 of the Americana Music Show, Mic Harrison talks to Rick Cornell about who he still wants to fight, his truck stop souvenirs, living inKnoxville, and the band member who’s most like Waylon Jennings.
On episode 97 of the Americana Music Show, Juliet Dinallo talks to Rick Cornell about the Lonesome Romeos, her favorite Charlie Rich song, her under-the-radar picks from Boston, and plays 3 tracks from No Regrets.
On episode 96 of the Americana Music Show, Joel DaSilva tells the story of how he snuck into bars as a kid to see blues legends like Buddy Guy, his transition from rockabilly to blues, and how he managed to include his father on the CD.
On episode 95 of the Americana Music Show, the Magnolia Collective joins Calvin at the WCOM studio for live acoustic performances of songs from their Ghost Stories EP. They tell the story about how they came together to lead anAmericananight at The Station at Southern Rail and their experiences writing songs and playing music as a group. They also talk about their contribution to the “Couch by Couchwest” music festival.
On episode 94 of the Americana Music Show, Otis Gibbs talks to Rick Cornell about his CD, Harder Than Hammered Hell; how many trees he’s planted in his life time; his early record collection; his favorite car; life in East Nashville; and living in the age of YouTube.