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Welcome to "Bricks, Banter, and Backroads," the podcast where rural property development meets lively conversation! Join Sam Butler and Neil Burden, the brains behind Burden and Butler, as they explore the profitable world of rural property development. From forgotten farmhouses to hidden building plots nestled in the countryside, Sam and Neil bring you expert insights, practical advice, and of course, plenty of banter. Each episode features interviews with industry experts, real-life storie ...
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Welcome to the backroads of the country music industry. Featuring long-form interviews with country music artists, song writers and influencers in the industry. Come closer to the musicians you love as they share their interests, creative process, and advice.
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Welcome to the inaugural episode of "Bricks, Banter, and Backroads," the podcast that's all about rural property development and the journey from dream to reality! In this pilot episode, join hosts Sam Butler and Neil Burden as they pull back the curtain on their own property development journey with Burden and Butler. From humble beginnings in Lin…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Discussion of experiences with being a reporter on fresh disaster scenes and the importance of being sensitive to those who have lost everything. Mr. Bundgaard’s father was a college coach and his mother was an English teacher and briefly a reporter. She was formative in how he looks at things as a journa…
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Show Notes Guest Bob Rolfe, Tennessee’s Economic and Community Development Commissioner, graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in marketing and ended up working in the finance industry. After working in several different positions over the years, Comm’r Rolfe was asked by Bill Haslam to work for the state. Comm’r Rolfe worked under…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Natalie Allison was raised in North Carolina and knew she wanted to be in journalism from a young age. She’s covered a range of topics from breaking news to now politics. Her historical inspiration is Dorothy Thompson who covered the rise of fascism and nazism in the 1930’s. Her current inspirations are d…
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Links https://www.capitol.tn.gov/senate/members/s5.html Some of the highlights of the show include: Lt. Gov. Randy McNally was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He and his family moved to Oak Ridge, TN, when McNally in 1948 when his dad accepted a job at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. McNally graduated from Oak Ridge High School and went on to stu…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Cameron Sexton is an eighth generation Tennessean. While his family roots are from Scott County and Oneida, Tennessee, Sexton grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee. Speaker Sexton moved to Cumberland County in the late ‘90s when he began working for Van Hilleary, a congressman at the time. The Speaker of the Ho…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Justin P. Wilson was born in California, but moved to Nashville when he was 4 months old. He has lived in Nashville for 75 years. After finishing law school at Vanderbilt, Wilson took his first job at the Donovan, Leisure, Newton & Irvine law firm. Wilson has been in and out the political world for years.…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Tennessee Secretary of State, Tre Hargett, grew up in Ripley, TN. He served 10 years in the House of Representatives, and was first elected in 1996, then re-elected four more times. “Republicans being in control feels like it has made a big difference in how our state has been governed.” -Sec. Hargett Har…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Jamie Dailey is from Gainesboro, Tennessee. He grew up around music because his father was a local singer and a musician. “I think that's very important to not forget where you came from...I love the people in Jackson County and the Upper Cumberland.” -Jamie Dailey COVID has forced musicians to be innovat…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Congressman John Rose grew up in Cookeville. His dad worked for Farm Credit so he spent a lot of his time out on the farm. John developed a passion for agriculture and farming. That is when his goal in life became to take over the family farm. John is the eighth generation of his family to farm on the sam…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Dr. Manny Sethi’s parents grew up in India in the 1940s. They moved to Cleaveland, Ohio in the 1970s after waiting seven years to come to America. @2:52 Dr. Sethi’s family moved to Hillsboro, TN in the 80s. His father was a doctor to many farmers there. @4:26 Becoming a trauma surgeon was not easy, but Dr…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Governor Bill Lee announced that restaurants can begin opening on April 27 with 50% capacity, and then on April 29, retail businesses will be able to begin opening. TN unemployment benefits are being processed for sole proprietors and 1099 workers. The state is working on guidelines to give to salons, bar…
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Guests Sheriff Eddie Farris of Putnam County Putnam County Mayor Randy Porter EMT Worker, Darrell Jennings Show Notes Some of the highlights of the show include: Sheriff Farris of Putnam County has been in law enforcement for over 32 years. @1:35 Putnam County Mayor Porter was EMS director for many years before becoming County Mayor. @3:28 “There’s…
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Some of the highlights of the show include: Jake Hoot’s parents are missionaries. The family lived in the Dominican Republic for over 10 years.Hoot left the Dominican Republic to play football at Tennessee Tech. @1:25 Hoot’s dad wanted him to lead praise and worship for the church, so he taught himself guitar. @4:22 He plays guitar by ear. His musi…
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Guests Senator Briggs Senator Hensley Show Notes Some of the highlights of the show include: The first infections of the coronavirus were linked back to a live animal market that was selling meat in Wuhan, China. The coronavirus is spread by person-to-person contact. The virus is contagious and the symptoms are flu-like. It seems like those that ha…
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Guests Senator Frank Niceley of District 8 Senator Rusty Crowe of District 3 Senator Shane Reeves of District 14 Show Notes Some of the highlights of the show include: “I enjoy politics, I enjoy helping people, and we’ve got a great state. And I’d like to think that in some small way, I was part of that.” - Senator Frank Nicely Farming today is har…
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Chris Stills has been in music his entire life. He still tours the world playing! In fact, he'll be playing in West Hollywood, CA on June 15th and then he will be playing in La Rochelle, France on July 11th. Chris has performed with Leanne Rimes, Ryan Adams, and Smashing Pumpkins. One of my favorite tracks on his new album, called "DONT BE AFRAID,"…
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Justin Fabus, 2018 CMA Fest performer and CMA "Emerging Artist" is this week's singer - songwriter guest on the podcast. His new album, "Remedy," is coming out June 22nd, and you can listen to the title track of the record now (link below.) When you sit down to do collaborative work with someone you've never met, whether that be recording a podcast…
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Honey County, powerful girl-band made up of Dani Rose, Devon Jane & Katie Stump, have a huge announcement in this week's podcast! Their song, "Love Someone" will be in the hit tv show, Nashville in the Season and Show finale, airing June 14th! I'd been looking forward to having these ladies on the show for a long time, so it was amazing to finally …
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Valerie Morehouse is a vocal expert and coach to artists and actors including Hunter Hayes, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly of Florida Georgia Line, Michael Ray, Sia, Drew Taggart of The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Avril Lavigne, Noah Cyrus, Rachel Platten, Ruby Rose, Jeff Bridges, and cast members of the Nashville TV series including Connie Britton, C…
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James McCoy Taylor is a Texas grown artist and a former cast member on ABC's The Bachelor. This interview happened at the strangest show I've ever experienced. James was so sweet to take some time, literally last minute, to talk to me this night. Every artist has their story about a difficult show and this was definitely that night for James.…
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Brett Myers has over 30 songs out and a new single with Colt Ford, Rattlesnake. Rewinding the clock a bit, you may remember Brett from his World Series winning professional baseball career. He played 11 seasons of Major League Baseball and is now in his third year of being a professional country musician. Before he put the baseball down, Brett was …
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The Swon Brothers, Colton and Zach Swon, talk about their experiences with country music icons Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley and share some insight into what they've learned from watching these leaders in country music. We also talk about our favorite podcasts! Let me know what your fav pods are! Send me a message @countrymusicpod on Instagram, Fa…
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Lit band members A Jay and Jeremy Popoff are my guests on this 34th episode of the podcast. It was an honor to travel to California and get to speak two guys who have given decades to the pursuit of the careers in music. I love finding artists that cross genres. Music is an artistic expression and to hear the lovely melodies that Lit is playing now…
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Jenny and Blake Marvin are the creators of Two Way Crossing. They are married and quit their full time jobs, sold their possessions and moved to Nashville to pursue their music career in 2014. Also on this podcast is their dummer and technical guru Jaron Mossman. They mention some of their favorite podcasts which I have linked in the description of…
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WildHorse is one of my favorite albums from 2017. Five years. Longer than it takes to start and graduate college. That is how long it took for this album to finally come out! Boy, was it worth the wait. I had the hardest time deciding which songs to play in this episode, because I truly love them all. It was such an honor to speak with Raelynn and …
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So much fun to talk about college, politics and education with Chancey Wiliams in this episode of the podcast! Thanks to Chancey for his time, and thanks to you all for your submissiones of "successful moments" which I share at the beginning of the episode. After you check out our interview, make sure to watch the amazing BBC tourism video in the w…
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If you're from LA you know Graham Bunn from #grahaminthemorning on Go Country 105. If you're in ABC's Bachelor Nation, you remember him from The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise. Graham was so gracious to meet up with me in the middle of the Driftwood Music Festival right before his interview with Kip Moore. His energy is contagious and I hope…
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Tracy Dixon, co-host of 98.5 KYGO's Denver morning radio show, is an incredible role model to me, as a woman in the media and country music industry. It is easy to understand why she has been so successful when you get the chance to talk with her. There is so much to learn from listening to Tracy talk about her work and love of her career in this e…
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Russell Dickerson and I had fun telling stories about camping problems and wine tasting, but what really amazed me was to learn about his hard core hustle in country music. He shares so many the details about the road that led him to his debut album “Yours.” I also got to meet his wife Kailey, not only the inspiration behind his love songs, but als…
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When you look at Country music today you’ll see a patchwork of people with different ideas about what they think country should sound like. You may hear some say that Florida Georgia Line raps too much, the Dixie Chicks are too political, or Wheeler Walker Jr. is too dirty. But it’s all country. Does country music have to twang, or have a banjo, or…
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This episode marks the beginning of what I want this podcast to be, a casual conversation with an artist after a show. Hudson Moore and I talk for about 20 minutes, then we sign off, and then we really talk. Actually I do most of the talking, sorry about that Hudson, but I really enjoyed the relaxed nature of this conversation. Im so thankful to Hu…
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Jerrod Niemann, the artist of songs like "Lover, Lover" and "What Do You Want," has soothed and inspired country music fans for years. Leading up to the interview, I started out with a list of 50 questions and whittled it down to six...knowing I would have ten minutes to talk to him. Interviewing Jerrod and having him tell me stories about his life…
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A week ago, I had no idea what meeting and talking to William Michael Morgan would be like. If I had to guess, I'd say that maybe he'd be a little self important, as a rising Country Music star might be. I might even have thought that he would d be in a rush to get done with our interview, especially since he was about to go on for a show. As you p…
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The guys from the Eugene Tyler Band, Dan and Eugene, came out to Colorado for a month long run of shows from Denver to Boulder and Fort Collins. If you didn't catch them here, you'll have to head up to the East Coast, where they play almost every weekend. They're based in New York, have been playing together for 10 years and have a brand new album …
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I cannot count the times that I've started humming "When It Rains" on days that I am feeling down and I'm sporting a frown. I can still feel the passion in "Guinevere" as I set my iPod on repeat and pound out the miles on a treadmill. I will never forget the moment that I stood with my arm around my sister, tears of sisterhood streaming down my fac…
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Sometimes in the music industry (okay in LIFE) you make mistakes, or decisions that you wish you could change. But sometimes you do everything right, go all-in, and everyone you love supports you. Both of these scenarios have happened to Nick and both times, things didn't go as planned. Nick Lynch is here to tell you that he is no victim to past de…
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Taylor Swift has been in Denver all week for the trial about her assault in 2013. While I think it is disgusting that this man could bring her to trial over something terrible that he did, I think there are a lot of dirty problems in the music industry that this conversation has brought to light. I was lucky enough to go to the trial last week and …
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I had so much fun talking to Maddie, Emma and Dawson the other night on the phone. Their band, Temecula Road is fresh, vibrant and already an amazing track record. They've played all over the country, opening for Martina McBride, Jessie James Decker, Kenny Rogers, Love & Theft and so many more. They're coming out with some new music soon so keep up…
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Happy New Year friends! I am so excited for this brand new year of country music podcasts. You know its going to be a great year when your first episode is with a country music legend. While “God Bless the USA” is his most prolific song, Lee Greenwood has released over thirty country music albums starting in 1962. Seven of his songs are #1 hits and…
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It was so much fun talking with Tyler about living in Nashville, writing songs and pursuing a life of music! I'm so thankful I got to meet him and chat the other day at a coffee shop downtown. I absolutely love living in a place like Denver, where musicians like Tyler and his band make their dreams come true by playing at Red Rocks...like the did a…
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