What Live Radio Looks Like

One evening last week I went down to WRFG-FM in Atlanta to visit Dave Chamberlain on his show “Sagebrush Boogie”. We played some records, told some stories, and I sang a few songs live over the air.

“No Difference Now” is a new song that’s been going over well at solo shows. I wrote it first on piano, then bounced the song around several instruments to find where it would sit best. On Dave’s show I played a koa Weissenborn-style acoustic steel guitar built by David Dart of Dart Instruments in Philo, California.

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