An All New Episode Of Insights Airs Wednesday @ 2PM
Old Salt Union: Old Salt Union is a string band founded by a horticulturist, cultivated by classically trained musicians, and fueled by a vocalist/bass player who is also a hip-hop producer with a fondness for the Four Freshmen. It is this collision of styles and musical vocabularies that informs their fresh approach to bluegrass and gives them an electric live performance vibe that seems to pull more from Vaudeville than the front porch.
Jason Ringenberg: Jason Ringenberg was born and raised on an Illinois hog farm that bordered the Rock Island Line Railroad. When he left for Nashville on 4th July 4, 1981, to pursue his dream of “making a band that could kick American roots music into the modern age!” little did he know just how far that kick would go. He immediately formed Jason & The Scorchers and never looked back. Throughout the ’80s and ’90s they tore up venues across the planet and became known as one of the most exciting live bands of their era. His latest album Stand Tallwas written whilst participating in the Artist in Residence Program for the National Park Service at Sequoia National Park.
The Prescriptions: Formed in 2015, Nashville based rock band The Prescriptions have quickly become a “must see” act in the southeastern regional music scene. Following the release of their EP “Either Side”in 2016, The Prescriptions have maintained a healthy performance schedule while continuing to move forward musically. On April 5th, 2019 the band released their first full length LP “Hollywood Gold”on Single Lock Records.
DittyTV Concert Series Featuring Charley Crockett
Sunday @ 8PM
Tune in for the DittyTV Concert Series featuring Charley Crockett! Charley Crockett’s been running nearly his entire life, but with the title track to his sixth album, the Texas songwriter looks back at where he came from. “The Valley” chronicles his hard upbringing on the south Texas border in San Benito and his single mom’s move to Dallas, but it also distills the essence of Crockett’s fierce and restless independence. Recorded just a week before the songwriter went under the knife for life-saving open-heart surgery in January, the album stirs with an introspection and urgency to tell his story. It’s a story of an artist searching for his place in the world, absorbing the sounds of the country as he attempts to make sense of the struggles of America and life on the road. It’s a story of exile and promise, as Crockett now runs those same highways playing for thousands of fans.
5 More Miles
If Not The Fool
Cry One More Time
Excuse Me (I Think I’ve Got A Heartache)