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

William Prince joins Words and Music host, Jessie Scott for a conversation about his new album, ‘Gospel First Nations’. Prince performs the title track “Gospel First Nation” and two songs from previous albums, “The Carny” and “Reliever”.

Darrell Scott has been productive during the pandemic, recording and releasing two albums Jaroso and Darrell Scott Sings the Blues of Hank Williams. Scott recorded his newest project, Jaroso live in a small adobe church in Colorado on the New Mexico border. Scott talks with Words and Music host Jessie Scott and performs “Lost Highway” , “There’s a Stone Around My Belly” and “The Day Before Thanksgiving”.

Twisted Pine performs songs from their new album 'Right Now' to celebrate its release. The band gets creative, staging a show at the Canada/U.S. border during quarantine, using green screens and guest performers to bring together a unique pandemic party. 


Special guests include Sierra Hull, Jerry Douglas, Liv Greene, Kevin Barry, Lyle Brewer, Jacob Jolliff and Dean Mahoney.



Chris Turpin and Stephanie Jean, the husband and wife duo, Ida Mae speak with host Jessie Scott for Words and Music from quarantine in the U.K. Chris and Stephanie perform: "Break the Shadows", "Raining for You" and "Deep River" from their new album ‘Raining for You’.

Will Kimbrough and host, Jessie Scott talk about writing and recording his album ’Spring Break’ during quarantine and how the death of John Prine affected him. Kimbrough performs, "The Late Great John Prine Blues" and "My Right Wing Friend" from his album, 'Spring Break'.