Justin Townes Earle performs ‘Flint City Shake It’ and ‘The Saint Of Lost Causes’ and talks to Bernard Zuel about his plans to work with the Nashville Ballet, his decision to start telling other people’s stories on latest album The Saint of Lost Causes, and why he’s stopped stamping his foot onstage.
Montgomery Church performs ‘I’m Gonna Love Her All The Time’ live on Australia’s favourite country music show, Live On The Lot.
Matt Cornell and Mike Carr join Melanie Dyer on Live On The Lot to talk about six degrees of separation, why they didn’t call themselves MC Squared and how Buddy Goode is handling not being part of their debut album We Go Way Back.
Boy & Bear perform ‘Telescope’ and the title-track of their new album Suck On Light and talk to Danielle McGrane about frontman Dave Hosking’s health issues and how they overcame them to create their latest LP, as well as discussing the album’s creation and recording in Nashville.
Boy & Bear perform an exclusive acoustic version of ‘Hold Your Nerve’ from their latest album Suck on Light.
Wesley and Jeremiah from The Lumineers perform “Gloria” and “Life In The City” and talk to Danielle McGrane about the concept behind their latest album, III, the role addiction played in its creation, and what they learned from Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen.
Join Bernard Zuel in Part 2 of his interview with former INXS multi-instrumentalist Andrew Farriss as he discusses his foray into country music with his debut solo single, Come Midnight, as well as his research into the genre, his experiences writing with Indigenous songwriters and working in Nashville, the characters he’s creating for his debut […]
In this two-part interview with Bernard Zuel, former INXS multi-instrumentalist Andrew Farriss discusses his foray into country music with his debut solo single, Come Midnight, as well as his research into the genre, his experiences writing with Indigenous songwriters and working in Nashville, the characters he’s creating for his debut solo album, his life in […]
Ainslie Wills performs ‘Fear Of Missing Out’ and ’Society’ before talking to Bernard Zuel about the influence of Jeff Buckley and Patti Smith on her sound, why she writes in so many different styles, and how she finally found peace in accepting who she is.
Clare Bowditch performs ‘Woman’ and ‘I Thought You Were God’ before talking to Rod Yates about pre-show nerves, silencing her inner critic, the inspiration behind ‘Woman’ and when we’ll hear her long-awaited new album…