Fresh off the release of their self-titled EP, Trevor and Brad from Old Dominion sat down with us to share their insight on the band and their whirlwind year.
Troy Verges spoke with us about crossover hits, women on the radio, and scoring movies.
“A little bit Sheryl Crow meets Dixie Chicks, with a little Grace Potter sprinkled on top.”
We had the chance to catch up with radio-touring-machine Olivia Lane after she performed a killer set at the Listening Room last Friday. She’s one of the most energetic people we’ve ever met, and she filled us in on what life on the road is like, songwriting, what her spirit animal is, and more.
“I think that’s the best part about country music – being able to be honest and tell your story. It’s something I’m really proud of.”
Actually, someone recently told him that he sounds like “the love child of Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton.” Brooks inspired Harter to pick up the guitar, stating “he made it cool to like country. I didn’t feel like a nerd” and rightfully so.
Native Run, currently on tour with David Nail, took a moment to chat with us about single “Good On You,” their diverse musical interests, and, of course, sharks.
We caught up with the Canadian rocker to chat about his new album, tour life, his recent successes, and what’s on his iPod.
Crouse’s debut Even the River Runs is a classic-rock-infused pop country force of sharp writing and strong performance.
Indiana-born singer/songwriter Stephanie Lambring moved to Nashville to hone her talents. After signing a pub deal with Carnival Music, Lambring has a collection of demos you NEED to hear.