This week marks the start of a new year with a new rhythm from Music City Roots. As we’ve said, we’re re-tooling the show for a mid-year move to the Yee Haw Brewing Co. in downtown Nashville. The live show is adjusting to that with one-off shows about once a month at venues around town. The first takes place 1.27 at the City Winery with John Oates, Greg Garing and more. We’ll have that to you as a new show asap.

In the meantime, we’re re-mixing and re-introducing historic shows and sets in a look-back format called Roots Rewind. This is the first of those shows. In this case we took a great single show from August 2011 and added new intros/outros for context. Promos are refreshed as well.
Marshall Chapman anchors the show as curator and guest interviewer. She wrote “They Came To Nashville” about major artists arrival stories, and we capture those in word and song. This episode features also Bobby Bare, Don Henry, Mary Gauthier and Rodney Crowell.

Marshall Chapman is an American singer-songwriter-author who was born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina. To date she has released thirteen critically acclaimed albums. Her latest, Blaze of Glory, was hailed a masterpiece. (Click here for NPR interview.)

Chapman’s songs have been recorded by everyone from Emmylou Harris and Joe Cocker to Irma Thomas and Jimmy Buffett. (Click here for complete list.)

Of her three rockin’ albums for Epic, the Al Kooper-produced Jaded Virginwas voted Record of the Year (1978) by Stereo Review. Her album, It’s About Time… (Island, 1995), recorded live at the Tennessee State Prison for Women, drew rave reviews from Time, USA Today and the Village Voice.

Marshall is also an actor and contributing editor to Garden & Gun and Nashville Arts Magazine. She’s also written for The Oxford American, Southern Living, WPerforming Songwriter, and The Bob Edwards Show (Sirius/XM). “But music,” she says, “is my first and last love.”

ON Music City Roots | January 27, 2018 | 7:00 am

Marshall Chapman, Bobby Bare, Don Henry, Mary Gauthier and Rodney Crowell.

This week marks the start of a new year with a new rhythm from Music City Roots. As we’ve said, we’re re-tooling the show for a mid-year move to the Yee Haw Brewing Co. in downtown Nashville. The live show is adjusting to that with one-off shows about once a month at venues around town. The first takes place 1.27 at the City Winery with John Oates, Greg Garing and more. We’ll have that to you as a new show asap.

In the meantime, we’re re-mixing and re-introducing historic shows and sets in a look-back format called Roots Rewind. This is the first of those shows. In this case we took a great single show from August 2011 and added new intros/outros for context. Promos are refreshed as well.
Marshall Chapman anchors the show as curator and guest interviewer. She wrote “They Came To Nashville” about major artists arrival stories, and we capture those in word and song. This episode features also Bobby Bare, Don Henry, Mary Gauthier and Rodney Crowell.

Marshall Chapman is an American singer-songwriter-author who was born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina. To date she has released thirteen critically acclaimed albums. Her latest, Blaze of Glory, was hailed a masterpiece. (Click here for NPR interview.)

Chapman’s songs have been recorded by everyone from Emmylou Harris and Joe Cocker to Irma Thomas and Jimmy Buffett. (Click here for complete list.)

Of her three rockin’ albums for Epic, the Al Kooper-produced Jaded Virginwas voted Record of the Year (1978) by Stereo Review. Her album, It’s About Time… (Island, 1995), recorded live at the Tennessee State Prison for Women, drew rave reviews from Time, USA Today and the Village Voice.

Marshall is also an actor and contributing editor to Garden & Gun and Nashville Arts Magazine. She’s also written for The Oxford American, Southern Living, WPerforming Songwriter, and The Bob Edwards Show (Sirius/XM). “But music,” she says, “is my first and last love.”

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