Talking with Mary Mancini about about the legacy of Lucy’s Record Shop, the punk and “alternative” music venue of 90’s Nashville.
We talk with artist Kevin Guthrie about his time in Nashville and his development as an artist even though he gets a little weird about accepting the term.
Talking with Caitlin Rose about music making, living with tricky brains, and being weird kids.
The CRT read on The Bell Witch that nobody asked for… but needs to be told.
We talk with writer and journalist Craig Havighurst about the history of the Station Inn and its fate after the passing of owner JT Gray.
Nashville Demystified RETURNS and catches up with the splendiferous Maggie Rose.
Rebroadcast: Alex Steed speaks with absolute force of nature Lauren Gilbert, aka LG, aka band center of gravity for Thelma and the Sleaze.
We talk with writer, editor, and filmmaker Steve Haruch about his new book Greetings from New Nashville, a series of essays on how Nashville became the It City it is today.
A cast of friends pay tribute to David Berman and Menthol Mountains; bringing his inspiring blog to life.
Before taking you down a fever dreamy rabbit hole of 1980s Nashville, Alex delves into the legend of the Nashville Flameâ€”a friend of other-worldly humanoids and foe to murderous biker-gangs.
We talk Tony Alamo, the children of his cult, the horrible act befallen to his wife, Susan Alamo through a conversation with author Debby Schriver.
Tristen Gaspadarek talks with Alex Steed about the origins of Please Vote Nashville how being a DIY musician overlaps with civic engagement.