Monthly Archives: October 2016


Brent Cobb – 10/31/16

    Brent Cobb drops by for a visit this week, playing songs from his national debut “Shine On Rainy Day.” Originally from Ellaville, GA, old friend Luke Bryan got him to move to Nashville where Brent’s had good success writing for other artists (Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Luke, etc.). Brent’s debut was produced by his


    2017 Folk Fest Getaway!

      Register to win NOW (click this)!… Or e-mail with your name, phone number and the words “Folk Festival” in the subject line. More info below! ******************************************************************************************************* Join us at the 40th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival, January 27-28, 2017! We’ve teamed with nonprofit venue The Ark for the 7th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival


      Shovels & Rope – 10/24/16

        This time Shovels & Rope are our in-studio guests, playing songs from their new album “Little Seeds.” Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent drew many of the new songs from the turbulence of their recent life, including the birth of their first child, Michael’s father’s early onset Alzheimer’s disease, and the loss of a close


        Ages & Ages – 10/17/16

          Portland’s Ages & Ages drop by the studio as our guests, playing songs from their new album “Something To Ruin.” Each album from this musical collective has a big theme, and on their third album they look at over-development in their hometown and beyond. Interesting words and music from Ages & Ages this time on


          Sean McConnell @ Americanafest 2016 – 10/10/16

            This segment is our first session recorded in Nashville during Americanafest in September 2016. Sean McConnell joined us in front of an audience at Southern Ground Studios, playing songs from his first national release (and 6th overall). One of Music City’s new bright lights, Sean played songs from his self-titled album, took questions from the


            Barns Courtney – 10/3/16

              Barns Courtney stops by to play some songs that will be on his 2017 debut release. Signed to a major label deal right out of high school, it all fell apart for Barns and his band, and sent Barns into a tailspin. The good news is that he finally had some real grist for his