Hear to an interview with the singer-songwriter about his new album, ‘Stardust And Satellites’ and significantly more.
Episode 116 of The JamBase Podcast, a companion of the Osiris Media Network, features an interview with Steve Poltz. JamBase’s Andy Kahn spoke to the veteran singer-songwriter about his a short while ago released studio album, Stardust And Satellites.
Poltz was at his house in Nashville for the job interview that took spot around a video clip phone just prior to the February 18 release of Stardust And Satellites. Poltz talked about how his new album grew out of acquiring jointly with The Wood Brothers‘ Oliver Wood and Jano Rix for the duration of the get started of the COVID-19 pandemic for socially-distant yard hangs that turned into jams.
Wooden and Rix co-made Stardust & Satellites and, along with engineer and bassist Brook Sutton, had been the major backing musicians on the album that was recorded at The Wood Brothers’ Nashville studio. Significantly of the discussion delved into Poltz’s songwriting course of action and how it developed and altered over his prolonged career.
The job interview also touched on Poltz’s method to functioning with outdoors collaborators and songwriters. Poltz described his methods for creating friends like Nicki Bluhm and Lindsay Lou come to feel cozy when contributing their components to the album.
Poltz also discussed his time put in as an adolescent in the traveling musical team Up With People today – who you may be common with from their early Tremendous Bowl halftime performances. Other matters that arrived up through the interview with Poltz integrated his modern touring with The Wooden Brothers, co-writing a track with Billy Strings, connecting with other Nashville-based mostly musicians and a lot additional.
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