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 →

Kenny Foster: On Hats, Hotspurs & the Heart of Country

It was probably about half way into my allotted interview time that I finally got down to any actual interviewing, the engaging Kenny Foster making it seem more like a conversation between old friends than an interview. Chatting away, perched on bar stools at the back of a restaurant in Canary Wharf, I proved my country credentials by mentioning I owned an authentic Stetson bought... Continue Reading →

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