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
Legendary engineer, Lou Bradley shares memories of recording Charlie Rich’s classic album, Behind Closed Doors. Lou shares stories about Charlie Rich, Billy Sherrill, Pig Robbins and everyone else involved in making this all time classic album.
I visited a church in Bean Blossom, Indiana yesterday. You may have seen the news stories of it being vandalized. This area has always been special to me. I shook hands with Bill Monroe across the street from this church… Continue Reading
Barry Mazor tells the story of Jimmie Rodgers’ final days, his heroic final recording session and his last train ride.
Breakfast in northern Georgia. The waitress keeps calling me Yankee and we're the youngest people in the place. You can have your overpriced, overhyped, artisan, lifestyle joints that the NY Times raves about, I'll take mom and pop restaurants like… Continue Reading
Billy Bragg explains how Skiffle made the British Invasion possible.
Barry Mazor is the author of Ralph Peer And The Making Of Popular Roots Music and he’s sharing stories about how Ralph Peer changed the music business.
Mike Bub shares stories about hanging with The King Of Bluegrass, Jimmy Martin.
Mike Bub shares a lot of great stories about playing gigs with The Father Of Bluegrass Music, Bill Monroe.