Keegan is back in Europe for another season of the Keegan McInroe Radio Hour. This episode finds him in East Germany. He interviews Jackie Darlene.
Quayde sat around a patio table with Shea Abshier & The Nighthowlers at The Blue Light Live the night they opened for the one and only Red Shahan. This tale is told in two parts – one before their set, and one afterwards. Shea’s got an album out now, Potluck, that they recorded at Melody Mountain Studios. This crew has some interesting Shooter Jennings connections, including Shea’s grandma being the sheriff in Baylor County (Busted in Baylor County) when Shooter infamously came through down there. We talk Stephenville with these natives, and the talent currently pumping out of the area. And because we knew you were curious…we finally get to hear the story behind the band’s name, the Nighthowlers, and its Disney roots.
Justin Ross welcomes Johnny Cooper to the Sound Check Podcast. He performs two songs, “Slower” and “I Know”.