Interview: Bishop Gunn

"We should be sponsored by Drano," laughs Travis McCready, lead vocalist of Mississippi blues-rock outfit Bishop Gunn. Three of the four band members have been living and writing together in a house in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee—a house with only one bathroom, where the luscious-locked men fight a clogged drain on the regular. Even so, they... Continue Reading →

Interview: Super Doppler

“Sand is really difficult to walk in, and it’s kind of aimless. Whenever you’re walking on the beach it’s like you’re waiting for your food to ready or something like that. It gets to a point where you slow down, you look at each other and say, ‘You just wanna walk back?’ If you’re at... Continue Reading →

Interview: BJ Wilbanks

“When I was kid, my granddad showed me some gospel music licks on the guitar,” recalls blue-eyed soul man BJ Wilbanks. “I got interested in playing, but didn’t take it seriously until I was a teenager, and I started writing, kind of out of necessity for me. It was like therapy for heartbreak and all... Continue Reading →

Live Show Review: The Band Of Heathens

Twenty minutes before showtime, the stage at the Basement East was already ensconced by fans waiting for The Band of Heathens. In the Nashville music scene, where being fashionably late is the norm and tour managers often usher a lurking crowd closer to the stage, it was a pleasant surprise to see the Heathens faithful... Continue Reading →

MCP Exclusive – Behind The Scenes with Ron Pope

Ron Pope, Nashville-based singer/songwriter and all-around force to be reckoned with, has been in the studio diligently working on his next record, which is set for release later this year. Pope and company put their kickstands down at Welcome To 1979, Nashville's largest analog studio, to record; the new album features his signature gut-punching, heart-wrenching storytelling,... Continue Reading →

Interview: Sister Hazel

Platinum-selling folk rock band Sister Hazel have embraced the twang with their latest releases,  2016’s Lighter In The Dark and Unplugged From Daryl’s House Club, which blew up the country charts. Really though, that’s nothing new for the upbeat and iconic Southern rock outfit which began blazing their own unique trail in Gainesville, Florida in... Continue Reading →

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