Jameson Rodgers’ country-rock edge and gritty vocals combined with his dedicated focus on honest songwriting make him one to watch.
Long time band-member of Eric Church and “Springsteen” co-writer Jeff Hyde discusses his path to Nashville and his brand new record, ‘Norman Rockwell World.’
Mando Saenz discusses Texas roots and how mumbled melodies become the perfect lyric.
The songwriter behind “Kill A Word,” “Pink Sunglasses,” and “Birthday Suit” chats about writing great songs, pushing the envelope, and how a topless bar shaped his childhood.
The California hitmaker behind “Die A Happy Man” chats about his writing process, bringing Nashville to LA (and vice versa).
Songwriter Bob DiPiero has certainly made his mark on the country music genre over the past four decades, read about his advice to young songwriters and which single has been his favorite.
Grammy award winning songwriter Tim Nichols chats with us about his experience living and working in a changing Nashville.
The producer and songwriter behind “Somewhere On A Beach,” Jason Derulo’s breakout “Whatchya Say,” and Iggy Azalea’s “Team,” Alexander Palmer, talks technique and genre.
Josh Mirenda shares the story behind his Dierks Benley hit “Somewhere On A Beach,” as well as his writing process and how he almost went to med school instead.
Rivers Rutherford shares the inspiration behind his hit “When I Get Where I’m Going,” as well as his thoughts on on songwriting.