Offstage With: Tyler Braden

Tyler Braden can’t remember exactly how he celebrated when his bold move to Nashville paid off with a publishing deal four years ago, but he’s pretty sure it would’ve involved a trip to The Cheesecake Factory. The mid-range restaurant chain (which may sound familiar from sitcom The Big Bang Theory) is how he celebrates every... Continue Reading →

Off Stage with Everette

In an alternate reality I have just been listening to "The Butthole Truckers". That was what friends had jokingly dubbed Kentucky duo Everette before they settled on this more radio friendly name, inspired by George Clooney’s character in one of only about five DVDs they had when back in university together; O Brother, Where Art... Continue Reading →

Off Stage With: William Michael Morgan

He said he’d be back soon and William Michael Morgan obviously wasn’t just playing lip service to his British fans. Less than six months after his first ever trip overseas, the George Strait inspired young country singer is back here for a UK mini-tour. On his first visit, back at Buckle and Boots festival in... Continue Reading →

Off Stage with: Charley Crockett

When I found Charley Crockett backstage at The Long Road festival, he’d already performed one of his two shows that day. And rumbles were already going around the Leicestershire site about what a stellar, memorable show it had been. It’s not just his bright red Nudie-style suit - a gift from his home city of... Continue Reading →

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