Darrell Scott's latest album is 'Couchville Sessions,' a collection of songs recorded in Scott's living room. Scott stopped by the Radio Heartland studio to play a few tracks from the album and to talk about how he was able to record his pal, the late Guy Clark, on one of the album tracks.
Fingerpicking guitar player and singer-songwriter Cary Morin is almost always on the road, except when he's busily working on his latest album. Despite his busy schedule, Cary was able to stop in to the Radio Heartland studio to play a few songs and to talk about his latest project.
Karen Choi's first album was recorded in Nashville, but for her second album, 'Through Our Veins', Karen looked to Minneapolis. Karen Choi visited the Radio Heartland studio to play some songs from her new album.
When the Lowest Pair set to recording an album last winter, they found they had way too much material for one record, so they split the songs thematically into two albums. The Lowest Pair visited the Radio Heartland studio to talk about their new albums and to share some of the songs.
Dennis Warner always knew he wanted to be a performer, but during the past decade or so, he has discovered his songs have taken on extra meaning, including one song that became the foundation of schools' curricula on diversity. Warner and members of his band stopped in to the Radio Heartland studio for a session hosted by Mike Pengra.