Dollar bin country radio.
Dollar bin country radio.
DC Interviews 003: Clint Holley (Well Made Music, The Earnest Tube)
Dollar Country Interviews 003: Clint Holley (5/20/2020)
This week's interview is with Clint Holley, a long time resident of Cleveland and owner operator of both Well Made Music (a mastering/lacquer cutting business) and The Earnest Tube (a direct to lacquer recording studio in Bristol, VA). Clint tells stories about seeing country gigs in Cleveland and how he learned to cut lacquers on a cutting lathe.
Check out Well Made Music at http://wellmademusic.net/
Check out The Earnest Tube at http://www.theearnesttube.com/
You can donate to Dollar Country at http://www.patreon.com/dollarcountry
You can buy Dollar Country merch at http://dollarcountry.bigcartel.com
Music by Tim Easton, recorded at The Earnest Tube
Episode 104: Things I Want To Be
DC Interviews 002: Western Red (Country DJ)
This time around we've got Western Red from the If That Ain't Country radio show. We talk about country music from Australia, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, as well as about creating radio shows, syndication, and podcasting.
Episode 103: You Don't Have To Be From Nashville
Moonshine, Missing You, and Jim the Truck Driver on this week's episode of Dollar Country. more information at dollarcountry.org
DC Interviews 001: Nick Shoulders
The first in a new series of interviews associated with Dollar Country. I hit up my buddy Nick Shoulders to talk country music, quarantine, bigfoot, and the history of Arkansas.
You can check out Nick Shoulders & Okay Crawdad at https://nickshoulders.bandcamp.com/
The uncut interview will be available to patreon subscribers of the show. You can join up at http://www.patreon.com/dollarcountry
Episode 102: Heartaches And Honky Tonks
Heartaches, Cave Collapses, and Hidden Bodies.
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Good listening for work or anywhere
Chill tunes and a chill DJ who just wants you to be nice to everyone. Awesome music, mostly stuff you won't here anywhere else.
Exactly what I needed
this show is just what the doctor ordered. Franklin digs deep in the dollar bins of dusty records and pulls out the most wonderful treasures. Especially fond of the old DIY singles he pulls out from time to time that are clearly one-off records made by people that were not professionals but had a song to sing, a story to tell. Beautiful archiving work that may come cheap, albeit with a tremendous effort. Keep em coming, please. Can’t wait to hear more of these new long form interviews that have recently been introduced!
Such a delight!
A really great podcast, if you’re into old country/swing/Americana. I get home from work and put this on. I hear a lot of stuff I’ve never heard and some that I have but that I love. The whole sound and vibe is perfect, I can’t feel bad when I listen to this show.