If you’re a country music fan and are disappointed that your favorite artist didn’t get enough screen time in the Ken Burns film on country music, well guess what, your favorite genre did, and by the most revered documentary filmmaker of our time, and before rock n’ roll, pop, the blues, soul music, or hip-hop.
Mary Chapin Carpenter
“Working with Dave felt great from the first day of our sessions,” says Carpenter. “He is always willing to try something new, believes that â€˜yes’ is the only answer, and surrounds himself with wonderfully talented and generous musicians; by the end of the project, I felt as if I was a part of a new family.”
Lucinda Williams is getting ready to release a double LP called Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone on September 30th through her new label Highway 30 Records on Thirty Tigers. Lucinda Williams stopped down to talk to Rolling Stone, and she had some interesting things to say when asked if she pays attention to mainstream country much these days.
Bill Frisell, Clover, Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone, Elvis Costello, Ian McLagan, Jakob Dylan, Jamey Johnson, JJ Cale, John Ciambotti, Lucinda Williams, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Miller Williams, Steve Earle, The Wallflowers, Tony Joe White