12 episodes

Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for the Old 97s, hosts “Wheels Off” a show about the messy reality of the creative life. Conversations with musicians, writers, artists, actors, and comedians about the pivotal moments that shaped their work, what it means to create in a digital age and grapple with the challenges, and the joy, of living a creative life.

Wheels Off with Rhett Miller Revoice Media

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    • 4.9, 252 Ratings

Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for the Old 97s, hosts “Wheels Off” a show about the messy reality of the creative life. Conversations with musicians, writers, artists, actors, and comedians about the pivotal moments that shaped their work, what it means to create in a digital age and grapple with the challenges, and the joy, of living a creative life.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
252 Ratings

252 Ratings

robnich821 ,

A Must Add to your Weekly Listening Rotation

The heart & soul that Rhett puts into his podcasts is undeniable. They are a must listen for everyone!

Clownheart With A Guitar ,

Great Podcast For Songwriters And The Creative

As a songwriter myself and a huge Old 97’s and Rhett Miller fan I gotta tell ya this podcast is one I look forward to interview after interview. Rhett has a calm engaging voice perfectly suited to the podcast format and having been in the music business from such a young age he can meet his guests wherever they’re at with their own experiences. Not only do I love these interviews for the positivity and validation it gives me personally as I continue with my own songwriting, but there are positive takeaways and insights into creative processes of successful artists that come out with every interview. Thank you, Rhett, for being such a positive force to other artists with this wonderful podcast!

DiceWrecks ,

Perfect vignettes

I’m honestly so pleasantly surprised by these short, but meaningful interviews. I’m already a huge fan of the Old 97s, so it was natural to pick up this podcast by Rhett, but I wasn’t sure that it would resonate. And yet here I am enjoying even the ones I think I won’t find all that interesting, like the sports announcer, possibly more than the interviews of the people I adore, like Lydia Loveless and John McCrea. 30 mins is both a perfect snapshot and not nearly long enough.

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