Austin-based musician Bob Schneider discusses his upcoming album, and why he turned down the role in 'The Lost Husband.'
Blues singer and pianist Marcia Ball blows us away with the best live music performance we’ve had on the show.
The Powell Brothers are a country/rock duo, true hustlers and insanely funny to talk to about life, music, wine, and all things Texas.
Uncle Walt's Band re-released Recorded Live at Waterloo Ice House, and David Ball shares his memories of the cult band's active years.
Vintage pop singer/songwriter Kat Edmonson talks about music, Texas, food, and sings us 2 songs from her new album ‘Dreamers Do.'
Singer and philanthropist Hilary Roberts talks about her career, overcoming addiction and setting up a foundation to help others in similar situation.
Leigh Nash, best known as the lead singer of Sixpence None the Richer, chats about her career and her new single 'Good Trouble.'
I'm joined by Marcus Collins from The Texas Tenors, a three-time Emmy winning vocal group and America's Got Talent top four finalists.
Ruthie Foster, a Texan blues and folk singer-songwriter, talks about her creative process and what it’s like being nominated for Grammy Awards.
Texas Hill has a new EP and they perform three songs live on the show! The band consists of Casey James, Adam Wakefield and Craig Wayne Boyd.
Radney Foster is a country music singer-songwriter, music producer, author, screenwriter and talented chef too. He is The Renaissance Man.
The Band of Heathens isolated themselves over lockdown recording their new record ‘Stranger’. Gordy Quist joins us and performs "Cracking the Code' live.
Allie Gonino is known for her roles in The Lying Game and 10 Things I Hate About You. In the lockdown she has released a new podcast The Balanced Bae.
Singer-songwriter James McMurtry argued early on in The Rolling Stone for postponing tour dates. Today we discuss politics, music and the need for change.
For a lifelong performer such as Bonnie Whitmore, the lockdown is never going to be easy, but she uses different methods to stay positive.
Country music legend Zane Williams has started a patron model of releasing music exclusively for his most dedicated fans.
Country musician Aaron Watson has started touring again, and we talk about what drove this decision and the backlash he’s received for it.
Country music singer/songwriter Abby Anderson shares what it’s been like in Nashville during this time, and the great love she has for both music and food.
Rudy Gatlin, member of the famous country band ‘The Gatlin Brothers’ joins us today to talk about his 65-year career in music, and what he's up to now.
The legendary country music singer/songwriter George Ducas tells me all about his music career, touring in Japan, and his favourite places to eat in Texas.
Ryan Cabrera is a singer-songwriter best known for the songs 'True' and 'On the Way Down.' He also loves cooking and shares funny stories from his career.
In the episode #50 my guest is musician Casey James, who is a former finalist in The American Idol, and now a member of Texas Hill trio.
BJ Thomas famously sang 'Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head' and 'Hooked on a Feeling.' Today he talks about his career and time in the lockdown.
RUDI, a rising music star and contestant in ABC's The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart, announces new singles and chats about Mexican food.
Nikki Stringfield, a heavy metal singer and guitarist for The Iron Maidens and Heaven Below, talks about her life in music and favourite food.
The legendary singer-songwriter Johnny Mathis talks about his long career, dealing with racism, and how food helps his singing.
Texan band Blue Water Highway talk about their name, new album, and why they switched from fast food to local dishes when touring.
Clint Wells is a Nashville based musician, who also co-hosts two great podcasts. We chat about music industry, podcasting and food choices.
Jon Sanchez, who plays guitar with Bob Schneider, talks about food around the world and the lack of music industry in the lockdown.
Austin based musician Jo James joins me to discuss his latest music, what he focuses on in isolation, and his experience of appearing on The Voice.
Natalie Price is an Austin-based musician, whose career is affected by the coronavirus crisis, but she is finding ways to take her music through.
Tamara Deike, a creative leader and consultant, talks about how the pandemic is affecting her life and work in the music and entertainment industries.