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Now displaying: February, 2017
Feb 27, 2017

The dark secrets of "The Thong Song", recording in a hurricane, the banality of evil known as POTUS, and how playing cello can lead to being in a band with Taylor Swift. Guitarist and songwriter Mike Meadows lets us in on all of his secrets! Episode 60, folks. Dig in...

Check out Jace's new single and video:

LOVE'S NOT WHAT WE DO

Todays episode is brought to you by Jimmie Beasley with Crye-Leike Realtors

Feb 23, 2017

Jace & Nicole talk about the new single, "Love's Not What We Do" for a minute. Then they talk about trying to make love what they do. Then they lighten up a bit and talk about hazing the new kid in the White House.

Check out the new Jace Everett video and single here

 

Feb 20, 2017

A singer needs a song. A song needs a singer. Nashville thrives upon that codependency. Which makes an artist like Radney Foster all the more unique. Truly a singular voice. He's the kinda guy you have to double check when you write with him. It sounds so good when he sings! But was it actually good? Yeah. Probably so. Cause the man can write. Not content to have a slew of number one hits as an artist and a writer, Radney is now taking center stage in the theater and about to publish his first set of fictional prose. Jace and Radney sit down in the attic and hash it out.

Join Radney! on his new adventure.

Also, be sure and check out www.jaceeverett.com to hear Jace's brand new single and check out the video!

Todays episode is brought to you by Jimmie A. Beasley of Crye-Leike Realtors

Feb 16, 2017

The Goose gives up her hair, J & N meet an amazing woman in East Nashville, Jace confesses his idiocy, Nico plays possum in the morning, and the pair pimp the new tune... "Love's Not What We Do" will be out on February 21st. And a video will be coming with it. Brace yourself.

Lots of new guests and lots of new episodes are headed your way. Subscribe!

Feb 13, 2017

As we watched Betsy DeVos become Secretary of Education recently, once again the debates were rekindled. What do we do about our broken education system? Wait, is it broken? Did we leave a child or two behind? How do we fix it? Alana Coles, a 19 year veteran teacher in Tennessee, has a few thoughts. Some may not be that popular. Especially the one about how all the money in the world can't fix broken people. It takes people to do that. Jace and Alana dig in. Get off your butt and get in the game.

Todays episode is brought to you by Jimmie A. Beasley of Crye-Leike Realtors

Feb 9, 2017

Hobo dogs that have thimble sized bladders. What's up with home schooling? Bleeped school names. Music videos. Bill Maher and Sam Harris. Hair and makeup. And where are all the women? So many things. We talk about all of them. Happy Thursday!

 

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Feb 6, 2017

Nashville to Brooklyn, to Savannah, back to Nashville. On a seemingly never ending loop. Andrew Sovine is following his heart, while he chases his muse. The guitarist/multi-instrumentalist is currently in the studio with artist Ashley McBryde and producer Jay Joyce. Jace and Andrew climb up to the attic to talk about music, his grandpa (Red Sovine), and how sometimes you gotta leave home if you ever wanna learn where you came from.

www.andrewsovine.com

Todays episode is sponsored by Jimmie A. Beasley of Crye-Leike Real Estate Services. If you are looking for a property or in need of help selling a property here in Middle Tennessee, Jimmie Beasley is here to help.

Feb 2, 2017

Jace & Nicole stumble up to the attic, cause it's time to make the donuts.

Sleepless nights, NYTimes Crossword hell, lunkheaded baseball players, Black History Month, and ill-informed/anecdotal musings on Cuba. With some nice music from our Cuban pals, Trio ALPHA. Check them out at the poorly managed Hotel Santa Isabel! (The wait staff were jerks, but the band was fantastic.)

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