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Episode 123 – Drew Parker
Drew Parker is very good at country music… but if you ever heard him sing you know that already. What you might not know is some of the cool stories from the road or about his new single “At The End of The Dirt Road. It’s really great and you can hear it at the […]
Rowdy Alternative- Steven “Scoob” Contreras
Photographer Steven Contreras, better known as Scoob, sits down to discuss shooting for Read Southall, when he first picked up a camera, his experience at Red Rocks and much more.
Rowdy Alternative- Taylor Kimball
Taylor Kimball is a producer who has helped create records for today’s hottest Texas acts including Koe Wetzel, Read Southall Band, Austin Meade, Giovanni and the Hired Guns, Kody West and many more. We talk about his beginnings, recording process, noteworthy albums and everything in between.
Rowdy Alternative Podcast – Austin Upchurch
On this episode, we sit down with Austin Upchurch to talk about everything under the sun including his start as an artist, Thomas Rhett, punk music and the delayed announcement of his single featuring Bowling For Soup.
Rowdy Alternative Podcast- Smoking Chimney Brothers
On this episode Sam Burgher sits down with Aaron Hernandez and Jordan Pena, aka “Lil Rikki” of Austin Meade’s band. They discuss their beginnings as musicians, playing for Austin, the origins of the Smoking Chimney Brothers and…..”greenery”.
Episode 122 – Adam Hood
Adam Hood jumps on the podcast with Kurt Ozan and Nicky T to talk his new album, songwriting, and so much more. With his new single being in rotation on Outlaw Country and so many great songs in his catalog, he talks through what makes a career successful. Hear all about what’s going on in […]
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