Interviews

A Conversation With Suzy Bogguss

August 29, 2007 // 5 Comments

Earlier today, I had the opportunity to talk with award-winning singer-songwriter Suzy Bogguss, who has a new album being released on September 4. Sweet Danger is a jazz-flavored project that showcases her trademark vocals in a brand new setting. As with my earlier interview with Pam Tillis, what starts off as a formal interview becomes more of a conversation about her music, in addition to some fantastic anecdotes along the way about everything from working with Chet Atkins to a special favor done by Kathy Mattea on her behalf…on the South Lawn of the White House! Look for a review of Sweet Danger as the release date nears. You can stream the entire album at her website now. A Conversation with Suzy Bogguss I thought it was cool that the name of the album was Sweet Danger, because the music is very sweet and laid-back, but you go into some Read More

A Conversation With Pam Tillis

June 13, 2007 // 13 Comments

As regular readers know, Pam Tillis released the best album of her career earlier this year: Rhinestoned. I had the wonderful pleasure of talking to her about this project that is so close to her heart, and I think I’m more proud of this interview than anything I’ve done on this site to date. I don’t have the discipline of a professional journalist quite yet, so this doesn’t have the normal structure of an interview. I don’t want to alter it in any way, so I’ll just call it a conversation instead. Hopefully all of you will get a sense of the sincerity and depth of her talent while reading it. Look for more interviews in the future with other great artists! A Conversation With Pam Tillis (Photo Credit: Dean Dixon) I’m very excited to talk to you today about Rhinestoned. Thank you so much. What a fantastic album! Well, Read More

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