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Jared “Pete” Gile & Carly Evans of The Troubadour Podcast host long form, deep-diving interviews with some of today’s most popular touring musicians in the Red Dirt and Texas Country Music movement. The Troubadour Podcast provides listeners with a behind the scenes look at their favorite artists in the genres. The Troubadour Podcast prides itself in also being another avenue for established artists, as well as up and comers, to get their music discovered by new fans through the unique and re ...
 
650 AM WSM made its mark on country music history on October 5, 1925. It was on that day that the station hit the airwaves, and continues to broadcast the best in classic country music to this day. 650 AM WSM has been the radio home for the Grand Ole Opry for over 82 years. You'll find some of their most popular programming available as podcasts. Includes interviews with country music stars and more. © WSM Radio
 
Fastline Fast Track features agriculture industry newsmakers discussing hot-button issues and the latest in farming equipment and trends that affect farmers from coast to coast, as reported by our Fastline, Big Ag and Pink Tractor publications.The podcast also features "The Legends Stage," a segment presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, featuring up-and-coming and legendary country music artists.
 
When Country music artists come to the UK they always come see Baylen Leonard at Country Hits Radio and this is where we share those moments with you. You’ll always hear them on the radio but so much more goes on when the songs are playing. So, we thought we’d make a weekly podcast where you get to hear almost every word spoken between Baylen and some the best, newest and legendary Country music stars. You can listen to all the best interviews and today’s best country music 24/7 if you live ...
 
A Weekly Podcast from Rosehill's Mitch McBain and Blake Myers recorded in Cypress, TX just outside Houston. The Texas Music Duo shares their thoughts about life, love, rock n' roll, the ever-changing music business, and life on the road as musicians. Topics include favorite music venues, favorite movies, food on the road, fun stories from the road, family traditions, fun promotions, and even the guy's rules to great weddings! It's a weekly dose of fun and laid back, Texas-style conversation. ...
 
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Today’s guest is a consummate musician who can basically play any instrument with strings, AND play them well. Native Oklahoman Travis Linville’s fascination with music started at an early age and his continuous learning and perfection of his craft has made him one of the most respected musicians to ever be a part of the Red Dirt/Texas Country/Amer…
 
On this episode, Texas farmer Scott Frazier testifies before the House Judiciary Committee on problems facing farmers and ranchers along the border; the United Soybean board reveals results of a consumer confidence survey and the World Dairy Expo will stay in Madison, Wisconsin. The episode also features a panel discussion on mental health on the f…
 
Welcome to episode #116 of The Troubadour. Today we have a real treat for you all. We’re interviewing a great artist who recently decided to do something very bold in a world of discerning fans of great music and great artists. Shannon McNally is releasing her new record on May 28th, that is entirely made up of Waylon Jennings classics, aptly named…
 
On this episode, we discuss fertilizer price trends with David Widmar of Agricultural Economic Insights. We also discuss what to do when your neighbor’s negligence leads to damage on your property with Washburn University Law Professor Roger McEowen. Jesse Allen breaks down a wild week in the markets following key USDA reports and Ray Bohacz presen…
 
Nelson Sobral is a singer/songwriter from Toronto whose passion for music is IMMENSE and his brushes with like-minded artist many, from Jeff Healey to Mick Taylor, and he has stories about both and more, along with 3 song performances inside of our conversation about favourite albums and songs and players. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwoodsrad…
 
Jeff Grossman – Saints Eleven Welcome to episode #115 of The Troubadour. Today we are visiting with the front man of rocking Texas Country band, Saints Eleven, Mr. Jeff Grossman. In this interview Jeff tells us about his journey as a musician, how Saints Eleven came to be and even how they came up with the name of the band. In 2019, Saints Eleven t…
 
On this episode, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talks coronavirus aid, carbon sequestration, trade and other important ag issues during a virtual meeting with the National Association of Farm Broadcasters. Jesse Allen talks the potential for a soybean shortage in this week’s Market Talk report and Ray Bohacz talks compaction in this week’s …
 
Taking you into the vaults again, with highlights from my conversations with Neil Peart of RUSH (this was the very first time we talked), Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits, Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, and Robert Plant. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwoodsradio.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Welcome to episode #114 of The Troubadour. Today we are visiting with Texas Country singer/songwriter and musical artist Jesse Stratton. Jesse had an interesting path into this genre of music we all love. You’ll hear the full story throughout the episode. He even found a way to incorporate some of his past musical skills, like playing the saxophone…
 
On this episode, DEKALB and Asgrow agronomists Andrew Penney and Harmon Wilts offer up spring planting and growing tips for corn and soybeans. Also, Katherine Tai is confirmed as U.S. Trade Representative and China buys more U.S. corn. Jesse Allen has a Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz talks repair manuals in “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also …
 
Some of the few hundred interviews I've had the pleasure of doing - this episode features things included in the audio book "Radio, Records & Rockstars", from my chats with 3 Rolling Stones, Joe Walsh, Carlos Santana, Eddie Vedder and Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam, Steely Dan members Walter Becker (RIP) and Donald Fagen, plus a bit of my never before …
 
Welcome to episode #113 of The Troubadour. We’ve got a great episode for you today with Bart Crow. Born and raised in Maypearl, Texas, country music singer/songwriter Bart Crow made his first attempts to write songs while in the United States Army and started first performing live while studying at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX. Wit…
 
On this Episode, Jess McCluer, chairman of the Agricultural Safety and Health Council of America discusses the upcoming virtual Agricultural Safety Summit and Clint Chaffer, Brand Manager with Asgrow shares how the company is preparing soybean growers for Plant 2021. We provide coverage of the “Corn Warriors” Season 4 crowning ceremony and preview …
 
It could very well be the most cohesive sounding collection of strays ever assembled. Comprised mostly of outtakes from their storied past, some that were a decade old, some that had no vocals, others that did, most given overdubs and new vocals, plus a couple new songs, it's an album that got made because The Rolling Stones wanted to tour, but the…
 
Welcome to episode #112 of The Troubadour. We’ve got a great episode for you today featuring Ryan Humbert and Emily Bates of a great band I’ve become a huge fan of called The Shootouts. The Shootouts can be described and equal parts vintage Nashville and Texas Swing with a healthy helping of Bakersfield bravado. Their 2019 debut album, Quick Draw, …
 
On this episode, pork producer delegates convene for the National Pork Industry Forum, watching dairy production for signs of trouble and weed control with North Dakota State’s Dr. Joe Ikley. Learn about new lubricants from Case IH and hear about ag innovation from UPL’s Craig Brekkas and in-furrow protection from Lynn Justesen. Jesse Allen has a M…
 
Who isn't suffering from cabin fever right about now? Come get away (no, not sail away) with music from the British Invasion to A-maaaaaaair-i-ca. I'm loving these new short-doc length versions of the hour-long show. You get the whole story inside of about 15 minutes. Enjoy. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwoodsradio.com/ See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Hey Everybody! Welcome to Episode #111 of The Troubadour. Long ago when I had the idea for this podcast, I knew we’d be interviewing lots of musical artists and songwriters. But from the beginning I always had the desire to interview other people who make up a huge unseen chunk of this business. Well, today along with you, Carly and I are going to …
 
On this episode, Tom Vilsack is sworn in to reprise his role as U.S. ag secretary, Sen. Chuck Grassley says much work remains for ethanol after EPA sides with 10th Circuit and former USTR Chief Ag Negotiator Gregg Doud talks about the future of U.S. ag exports. CME Group’s Erik Norland and Blu Putnam discuss the biggest market influencers of 2021 a…
 
Revisiting a theme from Season 3 of the radio series, keeping things light this time, as we hover in the place that resides above the horizon.EVERY THURSDAY, you get a new podcast version of the weekly Records and Rockstars Radio Show episodes. And we'll start to add archived episodes of the show too. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwoodsradio.co…
 
Today’s guest is Michael Kelton. Michael has created an intimate live concert series called the Sideman Song Swap. The concerts are taking place in some very cool venues around Texas, so for out Texas listeners I encourage you to go to the Sideman Song Swap page on Facebook to find out when and where these events are taking place. https://www.faceb…
 
On this episode, Don Schiefelbein discusses some of the key issues facing cattle producers in 2021, we hear about FFA Week from Christy Meyer of the National FFA Organization, we provide details about Tom Vilsack’s upcoming U.S. Ag Secretary confirmation vote and ag consultant and North American Ag Spotlight host Chrissy Wozniak discusses how ag ma…
 
The devil's music, they called it, and kept calling it right up through the 1950's, when rhythm and blues gave way to rock and roll. The push back by the “adults” would only get worse as the music became less restrained and more shocking, to some. We begin this episode in the American south, six years to the day before Jimi Hendrix was born. EVERY …
 
Welcome to episode #109 of The Troubadour featuring a country music duo I’m gonna go out on a limb and say is THE MOST AUTHENTIC COUNTRY MUSIC ACT I’ve seen in over a decade! Bold statement eh? Well, if you want to debate this then, I ask you to research them, listen to their music, listen to their delivery and album production, examine their “look…
 
On this episode, Chris Borgman with John Deere talks about the manufacturer’s new hay equipment; Terry Burkart with All States Ag Parts has planter preparation tips and U.S. Ag Secretary nominee Tom Vilsack talks about his key priorities for the USDA. Jesse Allen has a Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz presents “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also…
 
Thanks for tuning in! Joseph the Spouse (led by Chris Sullivan and co-written/produced by Taylor Goldsmith) put out an amazing album called 'Six Feet From Under' to end 2020 so we just had to talk about it and show you why we think it's so great. Songs covered: 'Laughing As Hard As I Can' 'Let Me Go' 'Deaf Ears' 'Halfway To Scappoose' 'Razing The B…
 
Hey Troubadour Faithful. Welcome to this week’s episode of The Troubadour. This week we’re visiting with an artist who’s the real deal. Jordan Robert Kirk was born with a voice that simply must be heard to be appreciated. With his new record, Western Holler in his pocket, the singer/songwriter and honest to goodness cotton farmer and cattle rancher…
 
On This episode, the nomination hearing for U.S. Ag Secretary nominee Tom Vilsack begins. Also, we preview the virtual World Ag Expo with Jennifer Fawkes. We talk soil health with Doug Sibbitt and Cristie Preston of Nutrien Ag Solutions. Jesse Allen has a Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz presents another installment of “Bushels and Cents.” The epi…
 
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