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Nash Country Daily editor in chief Jim Casey sits down with country music artists to talk about their lives and their music.

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Nash Country Daily editor in chief Jim Casey sits down with country music artists to talk about their lives and their music.

    179: Carly Pearce Talks New Self-Titled Album, Busbee Friendship, Opry Importance, Gaining Confidence, Finding Love & More

    179: Carly Pearce Talks New Self-Titled Album, Busbee Friendship, Opry Importance, Gaining Confidence, Finding Love & More

    Jim Casey talks with Carly Pearce about:
    releasing her self-titled sophomore album on Feb. 14
    finding confidence over the last few years
    the evolution of her music since releasing her 2017 debut project, Every Little Thing
    her friendship with writer/producer busbee, who passed away in September 2019
    the responsibility of keeping busbee's music alive
    the success of Top 20 single, "I Hope You're Happy Now," which features Lee Brice
    songwriters featured on the new album, including Little Big Town, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, Shane McAnally and more
    making her vocals the focal point of the new album
    finding and recording "Finish Your Sentences," which is a duet with husband Michael Ray
    co-writing "Halfway Home," which highlights Carly's vocal talent
    learning from past tours with Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton and more
    upcoming tour with Old Dominion
    the importance of the younger generation performing on the Grand Ole Opry

    Podcast Participants:
    Carly Pearce
    Jim Casey, editor in chief of Nash Country Daily

    • 15 min
    178: Joe Diffie Talks New Vinyl Album, Signature Hit "John Deere Green," Opry Anniversary & More

    178: Joe Diffie Talks New Vinyl Album, Signature Hit "John Deere Green," Opry Anniversary & More

    Jim Casey talks with Joe Diffie about:
    attending this year's CMA Awards
    performing more than 100 shows in 2019
    tearing his MCL while performing
    topping the charts with "Pickup Man," "Home" and more in the 1990s
    his signature hit, "John Deere Green"
    recording his new vinyl album, Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie, which features many of his past hits
    recording Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Pride & Joy" on the new album, which features vocals from Marc Broussard
    celebrating his 26th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry

    Podcast Participants:
    Joe Diffie
    Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

    • 9 min
    177: Craig Morgan Talks Inspirational Late Son, New Single "The Father, My Son & the Holy Ghost," Upcoming Album, Veterans & More

    177: Craig Morgan Talks Inspirational Late Son, New Single "The Father, My Son & the Holy Ghost," Upcoming Album, Veterans & More

    Jim Casey talks with Craig Morgan about:
    his family business, The Gallery at Morgan Farms, in Dickson, Tenn.
    the passing of his 19-year-old son, Jerry Greer, in 2016
    the therapeutic nature of woodworking
    writing his new single, "The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost," in honor of Jerry
    the impact the song has had on people around the world
    the song reaching No. 1 on the all-genre iTunes chart after a social media push by Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Ellen and more
    the physical and emotional toll of performing the song live
    his upcoming album
    reuniting with his old label, Broken Bow
    touring in November
    plans for Thanksgiving and Christmas
    his message for his brothers and sisters serving in the military

    Podcast participants:
    Craig Morgan
    Jim Casey, Nash Country Daily editor in chief

    • 15 min
    176: Jon Pardi Talks Creating New Album "Heartache Medication," Headlining New Tour, Hitting the Dance Floor & More

    176: Jon Pardi Talks Creating New Album "Heartache Medication," Headlining New Tour, Hitting the Dance Floor & More

    Jim Casey talks with Jon Pardi about:
    creating his new album, Heartache Medication, which dropped on Sept. 27
    the success of his previous album, California Sunrise, which spawned three No. 1 hits
    the thought process behind selecting the 14 "feel-good" songs for the new album
    co-writing seven of the 14 tracks on the new album
    selecting "Heartache Medication" as the album's lead single
    making the video for "Heartache Medication," which co-stars Jon's girlfriend
    recording "Don't Blame It On Whiskey," which features Lauren Alaina and was co-penned by Miranda Lambert and Eric Church
    closing the album with "Starlight," which has a personal meaning for Jon
    kicking off his Heartache Medication Tour on Oct. 1 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium

    Podcast Participants:
    Jon Pardi
    Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

    • 11 min
    175: Brantley Gilbert Talks Growing Family, Songwriting Roots, New Album "Fire & Brimstone," Upcoming Tour & More

    175: Brantley Gilbert Talks Growing Family, Songwriting Roots, New Album "Fire & Brimstone," Upcoming Tour & More

    Jim Casey talks with Brantley Gilbert about:
    preparing for the arrival of his first daughter in September
    releasing his fifth studio album, Fire & Brimstone, on Oct. 4
    growing musically with the new album
    co-writing all 15 songs on the new album
    releasing the new album's lead single, "What Happens in a Small Town," featuring Lindsay Ell, which is Top 15 on the charts
    recording new song, "Welcome to Hazeville," featuring Colt Ford, Willie Nelson and Lukas Nelson, on the West Coast in Tupac's old studio
    recording new song, "Fire & Brimstone," featuring Alison Krauss and Jamey Johnson
    writing new song, "Man That Hung the Moon"
    the spiritual journey behind new song, "Lost Soul's Prayer"
    the biblical themes in his album titles
    hitting the road for his Not Like Us Tour with Lindsay Ell and Michael Ray

    Podcast Participants:
    Brantley Gilbert
    Jim Casey, Nash Country Daily editor in chief

    • 13 min
    174: Ingrid Andress Talks Family Roots, Musical Upbringing, New Single "More Hearts Than Mine," Touring & More

    174: Ingrid Andress Talks Family Roots, Musical Upbringing, New Single "More Hearts Than Mine," Touring & More

    Jim Casey talks with singer/songwriter Ingrid Andress about:
    the genesis of her name
    growing up in Denver
    being home-schooled until high school
    learning to play the piano as a six-year-old
    singing at a young age
    going to college at the Berklee College of Music in Boston
    moving to Nashville after college
    making connections in Music City by booking writer's rounds
    releasing her debut single, "More Hearts Than Mine"
    co-penning the single with Sam Ellis and Derrick Southerland
    working on her upcoming album
    her Nashville "class"
    making national TV appearances on Late Night With Seth Meyers and the Today show
    playing shows in Europe this summer 

    Podcast Participants:
    Ingrid Andress
    Jim Casey, Nash Country Daily editor in chief

    • 12 min

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Fun Podcast!

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Great podcast

If your a country music fan you will love it

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