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Jeffrey Foucault #1603

Jeffrey Foucault #1603

Jeffrey Foucault’s (pronounced Folk-alt) latest album, Salt As Wolves, brings the #CFRalum (previously featured here) back to his rock and blues roots. The title references Shakespeare’s character, Iago, from Othello, but the songs reflect Foucault’s personal life more than any of his other albums. As he prepares for the European leg of his tour supporting […]

By February 5, 2016 Read More →
Caleb Caudle #1602

Caleb Caudle #1602

Caleb Caudle’s upcoming album, Carolina Ghost, is his first that’s been fully created since he got sober. The Country Fried Rock alum was previously featured on this program following Paint Another Layer on My Heart. He shares tips on releasing a record successfully, choosing songs to record, and the benefits of recording in a legendary […]

By January 22, 2016 Read More →
Adam Landry #1601

Adam Landry #1601

Adam Landry made a ton of records that I love, and several that we featured last year. As the first person who primarily works as a record producer that we have featured on Country Fried Rock, I did not even know that I liked his work until the middle of an interview last season, when […]

By January 8, 2016 Read More →
Best of 2015

Best of 2015

Our listeners choose Country Fried Rock’s Best of 2015 list by streaming or downloading our podcasts throughout the year. Usually, this leads to a very clear selection of songwriters, but there were several ties this year, so the Top 10 are actually the top 14! Even better! As always, thank you so much for listening […]

By November 30, 2015 Read More →
Danny Barnes #1524

Danny Barnes #1524

Danny Barnes returns to Country Fried Rock to discuss his recent accolade, the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass. Barnes has two distinct audiences: those who know him for playing with bands ranging from Dave Matthews Band to the Butthole Surfers, and those who know him for his songwriting and wide-ranging banjo […]

By October 24, 2015 Read More →
Aaron Lee Tasjan #1523

Aaron Lee Tasjan #1523

Aaron Lee Tasjan writes folk songs for an indie rock crowd, weaving storylines with humor and social commentary. His debut full-length album, In The Blazes, includes friends from his former band, Everest, at the helm, and the vibe of Elliott Smith’s studio, New Monkey. Tasjan is touring heavily in support of the album, opening for […]

By October 12, 2015 Read More →
Drivin N Cryin #1522

Drivin N Cryin #1522

Kevn Kinney of Drivin N Cryin has been a thread throughout my life in music, from teenage punk wannabe sneaking into clubs for shows (thanks, Randy!), to not getting hired at the first radio station I interviewed for because the program director told me he hated DNC and I defended them anyway (look who turned […]

By August 30, 2015 Read More →
T. Hardy Morris #1520

T. Hardy Morris #1520

T. Hardy Morris fronts Dead Confederate and is part of the indie rock supergroup, Diamond Rugs, but his latest solo album, Drownin’ On A Mountaintop, shows another side of this Southern songwriter. Podcast Stream or download below, or on SoundCloud. Please subscribe to Country Fried Rock in iTunes or your favorite podcast app, and leave […]

By August 21, 2015 Read More →
Rayland Baxter #1521

Rayland Baxter #1521

RayLand Baxter shaved his mustache and put the chicken down for his latest release, Imaginary Man. As he has grown as a songwriter and performer since his debut album, Feathers & Fishhooks, he has also honed his team and his flexibility in lineups, ranging from solo to trio with two fiddles, to a full nine-piece […]

By August 11, 2015 Read More →
Justin Townes Earle #1519

Justin Townes Earle #1519

Justin Townes Earle ended up moving to Vagrant Records and surprised his fans with not one, but two, new albums within a year. The companion pieces, Single Mothers and Absent Fathers, are not concept records, but complimentary, as he describes, “like the two parts of Springsteen’s The River.” Our conversation w/ Earle was conducted live […]

By July 20, 2015 Read More →