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

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Logan Ledger opened the show with the backing of only Luke Reynolds on electric guitar. Bay area native Ledger’s recorded sound is luxurious with groove and texture, but his voice is so outstanding that he can convey his dark Roy Orbison kind of vibe without drums or bass or keys, as on the Bakersfield noir number “Invisible Blue.” The song “River of Fools” had more swing and boogie, with some scat lyrics that called Roger Miller to mind. Leger’s voice fit the classic Jim Reeves ballad “He’ll Have To Go” like a well-worn boot.

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Kendell Marvel wrapped up our January 21, 2020 Wired In session "with the full-force honky tonk rock and roll of veteran Kendell Marvel. With a baritone bazooka of a voice, his sound splits the difference between Hank Williams Jr. and Gregg Allman. Heads were banged during the opening number “Good For Me,” but that wasn’t the only tone, with the barroom swing of “Untangle My Mind” (co-written with Chris Stapelton) following close behind. And “Cadillac’n’” is a cruiser’s delight saturated with the electric blues.

Dee White's Wired In Performance

Jan 21, 2020
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Watch the video cuts from Dee White's at the December 16, 2019 Wired In session from Analog in Nashville. White, a native of Slapout, Alabama released his debut album Southern Gentleman on Easy Eye Sound. The album was co-produced by Dan Auerback and David Ferguson.

Amy Speace Wired In Session

Dec 20, 2019
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Nashville singer-songwriter Amy Speace performs songs from her 2019 album Me and the Ghost of Charlemagne at WMOT's December 2019 Wired In Session at Analog at the Hutton Hotel in Nashville. 

Wired In: A Very McCrary Christmas Set

Dec 17, 2019

Watch the WMOT Wired In session with the McCrary Sisters performing songs from their 2019 holiday album, A Very McCrary Christmas.

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