This week on Art of the Song we visit with Will Kimbrough. Will has a voracious appetite for every aspect of music. Born and raised in the deep south of the Alabama Gulf Coast, he soaked up eclectic FM radio sounds and the music of nearby New Orleans. In his quest to develop his musical capacities to their fullest, Will Kimbrough has become a modern-day Renaissance Man. His body of work reflects a lifetime of performing, writing and collaborating. With songs recorded by such artists as Jimmy Buffett and Little Feat, Will Kimbrough’s multidisciplinary approach has led to studio and stage collaborations with the likes of Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, and John Prine. We had the pleasure of talking with Will at Jimmy LaFave’s Songwriter Rendezvous in Lajitas, Texas. [Visit Will's website]

ON Art of the Song | August 5, 2012 | 7:00 am

Will Kimbrough

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This week on Art of the Song we visit with Will Kimbrough. Will has a voracious appetite for every aspect of music. Born and raised in the deep south of the Alabama Gulf Coast, he soaked up eclectic FM radio sounds and the music of nearby New Orleans. In his quest to develop his musical capacities to their fullest, Will Kimbrough has become a modern-day Renaissance Man. His body of work reflects a lifetime of performing, writing and collaborating. With songs recorded by such artists as Jimmy Buffett and Little Feat, Will Kimbrough’s multidisciplinary approach has led to studio and stage collaborations with the likes of Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, and John Prine. We had the pleasure of talking with Will at Jimmy LaFave’s Songwriter Rendezvous in Lajitas, Texas. [Visit Will's website]

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