Country Fried Rock
By Country Fried Rock
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If you remember the romance of radio road trips, or if you’re too young for all that and just wish your iPod could introduce you to exciting new music and let you eavesdrop on the kinds of conversations that happen among artists at late-night diners after gigs, Country Fried Rock is for you. If your job is to make your radio station sound interesting, or if you’re just a fan of great music, come on in. You can smell the soul in the air as the door closes behind you and your mouth begins to water. Everything is better when it’s country fried, right?
||CleanCaleb Caudle #1804||Caleb Caudle‘s new album, Crushed Coins, builds dreamy, ethereal landscapes. The newest Country Fried Rock podcast (below) features an in-depth conversation with Caudle about recording in Los Angeles and Nashville and expanding his sound.||2/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJD Wilkes #1803||Debut Studio Solo Album from JD Wilkes of Legendary Shack Shakers JD Wilkes, the vibrant front man of the Legendary Shack Shakers and the Dirt Daubers, releases his debut studio solo album, Fire Dream. Bruce Watson of Fat Possum Records produced,||2/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTim Nielsen of Drivin N Cryin #1802||Atlanta’s Home Town Band Tim Nielsen co-founded Drivin N Cryin with Kevn Kinney in Atlanta in 1985. Drivin N Cryin were hometown heroes before their debut album, Scarred But Smarter, was even released, as R.E.M.||1/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBanditos #1801||Banditos Visionland, Bloodshot Records Banditos grew as a band through relentless touring of nearly 250 shows per year. When not on the road, they lived together in a house in Birmingham, Alabama, and later relocated to Nashville.||1/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIn Memory of Chris Porter: Shonna Tucker #1707||Shonna Tucker emerged from self-imposed music exile to play bass for Chris Porter‘s final album, Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You. After she left the Drive-By Truckers, she formed a band and released a great album that we featured on||11/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIn Memory of Chris Porter: The Mastersons #1706||Friendships run deep when you are a musician. Friends with whom you can pick up right where you left off, after months on the road, become family. Chris Porter forged deep, fast friendships with people in every town he toured,||11/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIn Memory of Chris Porter: Will Johnson #1705||Will Johnson (Centro-Matic, South San Gabriel) produced Chris Porter‘s final album, Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You, as well as his previous record, This Red Mountain. Johnson produced both albums.||10/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIn Memory of Chris Porter: Andrea Juarez #1704||Andrea Juarez never planned to release an album. The hair stylist and makeup artist made it happen to honor her fiance, Chris Porter, who passed away on tour October 2016, when their van was rear-ended on the interstate.||10/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSally Jaye #1703||Sally Jaye launched Cafe Rooster Records with a legendary guerrilla party at AmericanaFest 2016 in Nashville, TN. The cooperative record label began with friend and co-founder, Darrin Bradbury’s album, Elmwood Park.||10/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBoo Ray #1702||Boo Ray recently released Sea of Lights on vinyl, the debut release from Kindercore record pressing in Athens, GA. With a fresh mastering for vinyl and successful showcase at AmericanaFest 2017, Boo Ray and his band continue to tour the US with his dis.||10/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
It's just OK
Could be a lot better. I start out the podcast not knowing some of the artists or their style then listen to them tell me how they got into music. Would be nice if you started the podcast with one of their songs then went into interview, that way I could get a better feeling of the artists music. Otherwise the interviews are good. Listen to the guys on WNCW interview a bluegrass artist, they have the format you need.