The Nashville native, whose new EP comes out this May and who penned a Billboard Top Five hit for country singer Granger Smith, brings his writing insights to the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. Now in its 25th year, Tin Pan South celebrates Music City’s songwriting community.
Co-produced by the late legend “Cowboy” Jack Clement and featuring a John Prine duet, this album – a giant leap forward for the Nashville poet and songwriter’s old-school country and folk storytelling – was one of Clement’s final projects and was lost for years after a fire destroyed Clement’s studio. The record's restoration gives its title a more literal meaning.
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Armed with a seductive blend of R&B, hip-hop and folk, as well as an alter ego, this young enigma hailing from Lost Springs demonstrates why he’s “the most mysterious man in music” (Ones To Watch) with his new concept album, Roadhouse 01 (Communion Records).
Eight songs from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s runaway Broadway sensation get the lullaby treatment, turning sweeping percussion, rapid-fire rapping and soaring singing into upbeat yet-tranquil lullaby jams for the whole family.
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