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Dec 18, 2017

From Oberlin College of Music to playing hillbilly tunes in Nashville is a bumpy ride. But Charles Dixon straddles the two worlds with a big happy grin on his face. Marrying his prodigious traditional technique with his love of popular music, Charles created Music City Hit-Makers. Huge hit songs, performed by the writers and backed up by symphonic musicians with brand new original arrangements. Jace and "Cuzzin Chuck" talk about how he got here and where he's headed next. Check it out!

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

Check out the new Jace Everett record, Dust & Dirt. Available on iTunes  BandCamp 

Dec 11, 2017

When you're a drummer, volume is important. From banging the pots and pans with Will Hoge, Bare, Jr., Radney Foster, and dozens more Keith Brogdon learned how to give the artist what they needed. Now with his graphic design firm Thinking Out Loud Design he brings that same "artist first" ethos into the visual realm. Designing album covers like the Sturgill Simpson Grammy winning "MetaModern..." record. Making tour posters for acts as diverse as Counting Crows, The Dead Deads, and Peter Frampton. Keith is working with ultra indie acts and big label stars with the passion that only a true artist can muster. All while still playing the drums when it suits him and raising a great family in his very favorite town; Nashville. He also has a weird affection for hot chicken. 

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

Check out the new Jace Everett record, Dust & Dirt. Available on iTunes  BandCamp 

Dec 7, 2017

We're baaaack...

Jace & Nicole catch up on what in the hell they've been doing and then delve into a conversation that made one of the hosts exceptionally uncomfortable. Guest episodes start back next week. So make sure you're subscribed in your favorite podcast app and tell your friends... Nashville Later is back.

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