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Best Raised Rowdy podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Raised Rowdy podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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After we scooped him up in a parking lot, the talented Jason Nix kindly recorded this week’s podcast in some off time from his duties on the Bootlegger Pre-Show. Jason’s a seasoned tour veteran who’s starting to get cuts by exciting rising stars (hear his version at the end of this episode) and has a few tracks of his own coming soon. We’re excited…
From the classic Rinky Dinks in Washington, PA, Kyle Wilson of The WIlson Brothers’ Band sits down with Nicky T to discuss making their first vinyl record, cross promotion of projects, and the importance supporting your peers in an ever evolving market. Don’t forget to grab a steak dinner if you get the chance.…
Sweet Home Sweden? The Devil Went Down to Stockholm? We kid, but Swedish transplants David Henriksson and Karl-Johan Wigander both took the path less traveled to Nashville (ever heard of an “Alien with Extraordinary Ability”?). Regardless of background, both have the chops to play with some of the biggest acts in country music. Check them out on to…
We saw Carly Rogers play twice in one weekend which was great by itself. But having the opportunity to hear her perspective as an independent artist was truly inspirational. Carly books (and logs) her own shows, and still manages to keep writing great new songs. Not many are built for the treacherous path of independence, but Carly’s strength and i…
Hannah Damn Dasher has been busy, and a recent Grand Ole Opry invitation is evidence her star is most certainly on the rise. Check out the episode for more on her shows with Hank Jr., playing a famous guitar, and a sneak peak at her new single!By Jacob
This week’s episode takes place in a place where Sean Stemaly feels most comfortable, the bank of a river. In all seriousness, Sean has been putting in some serious work with major hit makers and we’re excited to see his star rise. We talk about singing songs in his tractor and signing his new record deal with Big Loud! Sean has been a huge support…
Live from Country Concert ’19, Nicky T and Raised Rowdy early adopter Noah Smith share stories about the grind of turning fans into family. The “Long Cut” singer speaks on the passion he and his band leverage to continue develop new music and constantly tour new markets. Bonus Content: Find out Noah’s Daddy’s Dogs order.…
The third member of the infamous 4 Wheel Drive to grace the podcast, Cole Taylor, has settled into his role as a father and an increasingly established hit maker. Trust us, you know his work. This week Cole discusses the struggle between slowing down to appreciate his accomplishments and pushing for longevity in a diverse, expanding pool of talent.…
It’s hard not to have fun when Ryan Nelson is around, whether he’s on or off stage. This week Ryan walks us through his recently released EP with tracks that can start the party (Show Up Drunk) and also remind you why you started drinking in the first place (The Way My Heart Breaks). Ryan, Nick and Derek also reminisce about the first ever Raised R…
An artist who blends a bit of soul and rock into his sound, Josh is a guy that oozes authenticity. Despite having ties with some of the best songwriters in Nashville, not to mention his time on Brantley Gilbert’s team, it’s apparent Josh’s motivation is to make you feel as though he’s playing you a riff on his front porch.…
The Ohio Outlaw, Brent Lowry, shares his solo approach to songwriting and the innovators who paved the way for his unorthodox style. Recorded at the Hamler Country Music Festival in Ohio.By Jacob
Lucas Ebert has quite a story. This week the pastor in training turned psychedelic hitchhiker unloads his unique approach to country music.By Jacob
The Cosmic Country Wizard, Daniel Donato, returns for another episode of Rowdy Cuts. This week he channels Jerry Reed on the raw, plucky, “Always Been A Lover.” If this one doesn’t get you going we don’t know what will. Hell, our jaws dropped at his mid conversation riff. Check out “Always Been A Lover” wherever you can buy music on June 14th and m…
It’s very difficult not to like Jon Langston which is why we’re so happy to see his future getting brighter and brighter. Jon brings a special element to his shows and his crowds follow suit. Give this week’s episode a listen to hear how is hard work is paying off.By Jacob
At this point we know 2 things: 1) Ray Fulcher has outdone himself and 2) you’re in for a treat. In this week’s episode Ray takes us track by track through his new EP Somebody Like Me. This record touches a ton of emotions and can kick you in the teeth without sacrificing depth. Oh, and if you’re not a fan of Jesus and Jeopardy we’re not friends. I…
Lesson #1 from this week’s Podcast: No Wine on Sundays in Nashville. Meghan Patrick learned this early and has never looked back. The Canadian dynamo talks about her drive and willingness to take risks to reach goals most never dream of.By Jacob
Justin Lee Is a natural entertainer. You can hear his personality and passion in this week’s episode where he discusses his vision for his music, learning to co-write and why physical media just might not be dead just yet.By Jacob
Derek and Nicky T sit down with Joe Costa and Martina Otterbeck Costa the husband and wife duo known as Terra Bella. They talk about their California country roots, day to day lives and signature Terra Bella style. If you haven’t seen their live show or met their warm embrace in person you are surely missing out. From their starts around a campfire…
Will you or will you not get your face melted? If Styles Haury has anything to do with it, the answer is emphatically yes. Styles and company take a break from an event to tell us about their roots as a high school band and what’s on the horizon for the Ohio bred road warriors.By Jacob
In another CRS week episode, Lee Gantt shares the inspiration for his new record’s title track and how an indie artist can break into the charts. Lee also performs his heartfelt new track, “Love Like That”.By Jacob
A CRS week special, Georgia born Jordan Rager (1/4 of the infamous 4WD) talks to us about growing up singing songs wherever they’d let him and how he manages his internal singer/songwriter balance. Oh, and he might have some new tracks in the works, but what do we know…By Jacob
Come home to Daniel Donato’s upbeat but laid back, “Sweet Tasting Tennessee”. Daniel builds the song from the riff up for Nicky T in this session. Pick up this crucial summer road trip song March 22nd.By Jacob
Ashley knows real, and apparently she can smell it. She’s had a huge year from opening for legends to a Grammy nomination, but to her high class is not setting up her own pedal board. From favorite whiskeys to songs that make you pull over, our time with Ashley just confirms who we thought she was: a girl going anywhere she wants to.…
Cold, Late, Pantless…sometimes you gotta do what it takes for your art. Chelsie Love’s passion for her craft is apparent in this week’s podcast where she shares a round (or two) with Nicky T and Jackson Gardner. Also do yourself a favor and check out her heartfelt new record, “Sad Cliches”.By Jacob
Drummer? Producer? We just call him Grady. Grady Saxman has a technical ear, but recognizes the need for a feel good tune. On this week’s episode he sits down with Nicky T and Jonny G to discuss his progression as a producer, the need for all types of input on records, and a few haunted couch stories.…
In this week’s episode, Royale reflects on growing up on stage, where she draws inspiration, and her experience working with Grady Saxman on her new project.By Jacob
Faren Rachels meets Nicky T and Derek at their rental condo to discuss her roots, early days in Nashville and how she never lost sight on becoming an artist.By Jacob
Nicky T and Jonny G get rowdy with Jeremy Noble post Easy Party in Nashville. Jeremy is a true redneck renaissance man. Part sound guy, part social butterfly and a whole lot of family connections in country music make the conversation fly by. Listen now to hear about Jeremy’s #1 single on WGAT’s N.A.N. Weekly Countdown “Demons”, radio show “Rock & …
From mullets to mustaches and everything in between Jonny G and Nicky T talk their favorite follicals in the country music game.By Jacob
Just say holiday special! We give you Scott Miller’s famous relationship advice he calls The 2 Rule. Take a listen and let us know what you think.By Jacob
Nicky T and Jackson Gardner sit down at a (slightly freezing) Rinky Dinks to discuss their most memorable shows from 2018.By Jacob
Nicky T and Chris Yow sit down with Davis Nix to talk about the process of producing his new record, the importance positivity between artists and how technical perfection doesn’t always translate to a perfect cut.By Jacob
From Jergel’s in Warrendale, PA, the multi talented JD Groover talks being a Tour Manager for Jon Langston and creative director for Sea Gayle music. He provides insight on how Nashville keeps you competitive, and how working hard always puts you in good situations.By Jacob
Nicky T and Claiborne Myers of Texas Local Live discuss who the saw break through from Nashville and the Texas scene in 2018.By Jacob
From the Thirsty Cowboy in Medina, OH, Neil Mason tells the boys about what it’s like to go from drummer to manager (Badlands has got a great developing roster of talent), and (how could we forget) being one of the world renowned Cadillac Three.By Jacob
Boy oh boy, where do we start. Dillon tells us about growing up in a country music family, working with hit makers at a young age, and finally “entering the circle” on this week’s podcast. By the way, if you haven’t listened to Dillon’s “Hell on an Angel” yet, you’re missing one of the best albums of 2018.…
Sam sits down with Nicky T at Jergel’s to discuss how his new deal at Average Joe’s is a perfect fit, leveraging social media as an artist and learning how to read crowds.By Jacob
Meeting pre-gig at an Irish Pub in Chicago near the airport (you are going to be able to tell), Chris and Nicky T talk about music, being a songwriter’s songwriter, and how having the respect of your peers is one of a musician’s biggest goals.By Jacob
Jobe and his crew sit down to discuss learning to co-write, alternative paths in country music, and the variety of tour life.By Jacob
From Tequila Cowboy in Pittsburgh, Kasey describes her unique start, how songs can unintentionally influence others (in a good way) and how a tight-knit group of female songwriters are about to take over country music. Oh, and she kinda likes Joan Jett.By Jacob
Nashville’s jack of all trades, Alejandro Medina, wears a lot of hats. This week the producer, photographer, and owner of 3rd Lion Productions teaches us to keep learning and stay humble. Alejandro produced this week’s intro track, “I Get it Now”, from an upcoming project by Asher Cataldo.By Jacob
Clay and Tyler from Clay Jones Band talk Alabama, hard work, and future plans live from Frisky Frog’s at the first ever Raised Rowdy Sundays Cool takeover.By Jacob
On this week’s podcast, Jordan Fletcher discusses making the transition from drummer to songwriter, as well as current and upcoming singles.By Jacob
Live with Nicky T at Jergel’s, Riley Green discusses how he built his following, his influences, and plans for a new album.By Jacob
Ever wonder how to meet your favorite artist? There’s no golden ticket, but on today’s episode Nicky T and Jacob give you tips on how to score meet and greets.By Jacob
Tired of cold hot dogs, getting lost and waiting for hours to leave a parking lot? You’ve come to the right place. In this week’s episode Nicky T and Jacob review the 6 key roles of a successful tailgate.By Jacob
Nicky T and the Raised Rowdy crew record live from Country Jam this week discussing a recent Luke Combs show and the Country Jam Lineup. New members of the crew are also introduced, sharing their first experiences with Raised Rowdy. (Note: Berklee College of Music is in Boston not New York.Going to blame long neck ice cold beers for the misspoken w…
Jackson Gardner co-hosts this week’s podcast with Nicky T where they sit down with William Clark Green to discuss the his sound, evolution as a songwriter and drive to pursue music.By Jacob
Front Row or Don’t Go started in the pit and became a lifestyle. This week Nicky T and Jonny G share their first experience in the pit, stories about shows, and tips to have your best experience in the pit.By Jacob
Nicky T and Jonny G recap another summer festival staple: Windy City Smokeout. If you’re a fan of barbecue, craft beer and (of course) country music, you’ll want to check this one out.By Jacob
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