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Watch live video events and cuts from our video archive of Wired In, interviews and 895 Sessions.

Ed Jurdi and Gordy Quist of the Band of Heathens join Jessie Scott from their homes in Austin, Texas and Ashville, North Carolina. Jurdi and Quist talk about the upcoming release of their album, 'Stranger',  the animated music video for the song "Black Cat" and collaborating on Good Time Supper Club live streams.

Molly Tuttle spent her time in quarantine learning Pro Tools and making her latest album, "...but I'd rather be with you". Tuttle talks about choosing the songs she covered on the album, East Nashville trains and more in this Words and Music session.

 

 

Rhett Miller of the Old 97's joins Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session from his home in the Hudson Valley. Miller talks about the upcoming release of 'Twelfth', the 97's experience recording with Waylon Jennings early in their career and spending time at home during quarantine. 

 

 

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Charley Crockett joins us for a Words and Music session via Zoom from his home in Austin, Texas. Crockett talks with Jessie Scott about the making of his new album 'Welcome to Hard Times', hip-hop music, and how he approaches cover songs.

 

 

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S.G. Goodman joins Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session from her home in Murray, Kentucky. Goodman talks about her album 'Old Time Feeling' and living in her hometown as a musician and activist. 

Ray Benson joins Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session from his home in Austin, Texas. Benson talks about his bout with coronavirus, his livestream fundraiser and being at home after nearly 50 years on the road.

Ray Benson joins Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session from his home in Austin, Texas. Benson talks about his bout with coronavirus, his livestream fundraiser and being at home after nearly 50 years on the road.

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Courtney Marie Andrews has a new album 'Old Flowers' and she talks about writing and recording it with WMOT's Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session. 

 

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Ray Wylie Hubbard connects with Jessie Scott via Zoom for a Words and Music session from his home in Texas. In his session, Hubbard talks about the making of his new album, 'Co-Starring' with Ringo Star, Ashley McBryde, Pam Tillis, Aaron Lee Tasjan and others. Hubbard was recently signed by Big Machine Records, continuing the evolution of his career.

 

 

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Singer-songwriter, John Craigie talks with Jessie Scott from his home in Portland, Oregon for a Words and Music session. Craigie recently released his album "Asterisk of the Universe".

 

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Margo Price joins Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session via Zoom from her Nashville home. In the session Price talks about the making her new album 'That's How Rumors Get Started'. The album was produced by Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price and Dave Ferguson and is available July 10, 2020.

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The Reverend Shawn Amos talks with Jessie Scott about his new creative path, quarantine jams that span the globe and inspiration in this Words and Music session.

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Sisters Megan and Rebecca Lovell, aka Larkin Poe, join Jessie Scott for a Words and Music session via Zoom. The sisters talk about their new album 'Self Made Man' and their love of blistering, loud and powerful music.

 

 

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Elizabeth Cook joins a Words and Music session with Jessie Scott from the shower at her home in East Nashville. Cook talks about her upcoming record 'Aftermath' (due out September 11, 2020), her garden and working with Butch Walker in Los Angeles.

 

 

The Mastersons chat with Jessie Scott via Zoom from their home in Los Angeles for a Words and Music session. Chris Masterson and Eleanor Whitmore, talk about their recent album 'No Time for Love Songs' and how they spend their days in quarantine. 

 

 

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Maya de Vitry performed live for the WMOT East Iris Studio video sessions at the end of February, 2020. De Vitry independently released her 2019 album How To Break a Fall. The album is her second independent release, her first was Adaptations in 2018.

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Trigger Hippy performed on WMOT's Wired In stage at Analog in the Hutton Hotel in Nashville on Nov. 20, 2019. Just months before they released their album Full Circle and Then Some

Trigger Hippy was founded in 2009 by Steve Gorman (co-founder of the Black Crowes) and Nashville artist Nick Govrik. Gorman and Govrik added Ed Jurdi (Band of Heathens) and Amber Woodhouse to complete the group and the Full Circle and Then Some album. 

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Tim O'Brien and his band joined the WMOT Public Radio Music Day celebration with a video session at East Iris Studios, Feb. 24, 2020. O'Brien's most recent album Tim O'Brien Band was released in 2019 and included the song "Diggin' My Potatoes".

My Sister, My Brother on Inspiration During Uncertain Times My Sister, My Brother is debuting their quarantine inspired virtual video for “Forever Now” on WMOT.

This comes on the heels of their recent self-titled EP release on March 6, 2020.

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Michaela Anne joined WMOT at East Iris Studios for our Public Radio Music Day video sessions and performed songs from her recent album, "Desert Dove". 

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Brian Wright brought his band of six Sneakups into the studio at East Iris for WMOT's East Iris Studios video sessions in late February 2020. Brian Wright and the Sneakups new album "Lapse of Luxury" will be released on Cafe Rooster Records May 8, 2020.

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Nashville artist Will Hoge joined WMOT at East Iris Studios back in February 2020 for our Public Radio Music Day video sessions. Hoge debuted "The Curse" on WMOT for Public Radio Music Day, April 16. 2020. The full album, Tiny Little Movies will be released June 26, 2020.

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Sierra Hull's most recent album 25 Trips was released on February 28, 2020. Just before the album release, Hull joined WMOT for an interview and live performance video session at East Iris Studios in Nashville. 

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Jesse Dayton performed a stripped down duo set for WMOT's Wired In session from City Winery in Nashville Feb. 17, 2020. Dayton and his bass player performed songs from his most recent albums, including On Fire In Nashville, a seven-song EP featuring "May Have To Do It". The EP was recorded live at the Filming Station during AmericanaFest 2018. 

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Kelsey Waldon’s country comes from northwest Kentucky with an esthetic born in Nashville’s studios in the 1970s. Her acoustic guitar was bolstered by Telecaster and pedal steel, the ideal cocktail for her stories of growing up (“Kentucky 1988”), the road (“White Noise / White Lines”) and tobacco farming (“Black Patch”). “Sunday’s Children” is possibly the bravest song on her Oh Boy Records album of last year, given that its warnings about church brainwashing would certainly not be taken to heart in her native terrain.

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