Conversations with the musicians that play on the records we love -- and play for the artists we love. Hosted by Jacob Lowery.
Jacob and Tyrone talk about growing up in a musical family, how his dad taught him guitar, when Spanky Alford took him under his wing, and how to “know your role” as a sideman.
Jacob and Alison talk about her early love for Paul McCartney, how she moved to Nashville, and why she took a break to become a lawyer.
Jacob and John talk about growing up with a big brother that is also a drummer, his move to Nashville, how to best serve an artist, and who would win in a fight between him and his brother.
Tony Lucido (Part 2)
In part 2 Jacob and Tony get into how to best serve an artist, is it possible to play with someone that you don’t like, and if people play like their personality.
Tony Lucido (Part 1)
This is part one of Jacob’s interview with Tony. They get into his early childhood, his dreams of playing in the NBA, and how a try out turned into an amazing gig.
Tim Lauer (Part 2)
In this episode we chat about how to best support an artist, playing the comparison game, reading the room, some things he has learned from other producers, and bad session behavior.
Love it when Jacob says this quote, or something similar - I ALWAYS know I’m in for a treat! P.S. Jacob says this in every podcast 😄
Musically inclined or not, this is a tutorial on social psychology, workplace etiquette, work ethic, character, and integrity. Also, the listener will hear about what it’s like to WORK!! Get ready!
Excellent podcast from and about the folks really “doin it” on a daily basis in Nashville!!
What a breath of fresh air
So glad to have stumbled on this podcast. I use to love reading the production credits. This is like “hearing” the production credits ;-). Fantastic job Jacob!