Bluegrass/Americana artist Molly Tuttle speaks with Adam Perry of Mile High Stash.
Munly talks about songwriting, whether he still loves music, and stealing his father’s banjo.
Samir talks about growing up all over the world, meeting Aja Black, and building a hip-hop scene in Colorado Springs.
Adam and Lisa talk about taking photos of some of the greatest concerts ever held in Colorado.
Wonderbound’s latest work is ‘The Sandman,’ a collaboration with the Gasoline Lollipops.
‘It wasn’t until college, when I was introduced to Radiohead and Bjork, that my mind kinda got blown.’
Andy Thorn talks about growing up in North Carolina, moving to Colorado, and being inspired by a fox in his Boulder backyard.
“There is nothing I could’ve done in L.A. to top what I’ve done in Colorado. I’ve had the time of my life.”
Rose talks about the formation of Big Richard, as well as her debut album with her band Sound of Honey.
“I felt like I was shouting into the void, like ‘No one’s probably ever gonna hear this, but this is my moment.’”
“They said, ‘Just wait around until you think a guitar solo should be in the song.’ That’s what I did, and they went nuts over it.”