Aaron Allan talks about being the first person to interview Johnny Cash while working as a disc jockey in San Antonio in the 1950s.
Mike Bub shares stories about Bill Monroe hanging and playing at Nashville’s Bluegrass Mecca, The Station Inn.
Shawn Camp shares stories about his friendship with the great Guy Clark.
Kenny Vaughan shares stories about being around one of the all time great artists, Merle Haggard.
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Otis tell stories and shares a preview of his new album, Mount Renraw.
This is my love letter to the back roads and byways of old, weird America. From my new album, Mount Renraw (released January 13th, 2017). Thank you kindly for sharing this with your friends and helping me get the word… Continue Reading
It took me two hours, but I found the London alley where Dylan and Ginsberg stood in Subterranean Homesick Blues. pic.twitter.com/ybNYXwqsXJ — Otis Gibbs (@OtisGibbs) July 21, 2014
Legendary recording engineer, Lou Bradley talks about recording George Jones’ all time classic, He Stopped Loving Her Today.
Great American Roadside -Otis GibbsPosted by Otis Gibbs on Saturday, November 12, 2016 Some of you may remember that I recently turned 50. My friends told me to throw a party, but I'm not much of a party guy. I… Continue Reading