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A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid antidotes and personal stories.

A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid antidotes and personal stories.
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A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid antidotes and personal stories.




#222 - Biggest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs + Lainey Wilson on writing with Luke Combs + Performing as ‘Hannah Montana’ + Living in a Camper for 3 Years

Bobby and Eddie talk about how The Rock Hall the Class of 2020 and some of the biggest snubs this year. Lainey Wilson stops by to talk about growing up in Louisiana and moving to Nashville and living out of a camper for 3 years. She one was of Luke Combs first co-writes, earned a living as a Hannah Montana impersonator and getting her paycheck for her song in a TV show. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#221 - Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay on The Untold Story of Meeting Dan + Getting Justin Bieber On A Song + His Love of Star Wars

Shay Mooney from Dan + Shay talks about how he grew up in Natural Dam, Arkansas which is a town of less than 500 people. He originally started as a solo artist and then met Dan at a house party. Shay talks his first deal with T Pain’s record label and how he had to get out of it to start Dan + Shay. He talks about the struggles of playing shows to 4 people to selling out arenas all across the country. He also talks about his love for Star Wars’s The Mandalorian and how they got Justin Bieber...


#220 - 5 Things to Look Forward To in 2020 and Mess Ups Left in Songs

Bobby and Mike D talked about a list of songs with mistakes that weren't edited out of the recording, and it includes an airplane in LED ZEPPELIN's "Black Country Woman", STING sitting on a keyboard during "Roxanne", and DAVID GILMOUR's cough in PINK FLOYD's "Wish You Were Here". We also talk to Lauren Jo Black from She has been covering country music for more than a decade. Lauren tells us her list of the Top 5 Things To Look forward to this year in country music. Bobby and...


In Case You Missed It: #71 - Tom Douglas - Wrote "The House That Built Me" for Miranda Lambert and how it took Years To Write

Songwriter Tom Douglas stops by this week. He tells the story behind writing "The House That Built Me", multiple songs for Tim McGraw and his theories on how to approach writing a song. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#219 - Russell Dickerson + his wife Kailey on shooting the video for ‘Yours’ during a Tornado Warning + Why They Broke Up For A Month + His Surprise Song Proposal

Russell Dickerson and his wife Kailey have been together for 10 years. They talk about how they met in college, broke up for a month and then got married. Russell talks about the struggle to find a home at a record label and how it took 4 years for his debut song to go No. 1. Kailey talks about how she is the creative director behind Russell when it comes to music videos, photography, merch design and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at


#218 - Most Unforgettable Country Music Moments of the Decade + Rare Demos of Pop Songs Including A MAJOR Hit That Had An Entirely DIfferent Name

Bobby, Eddie talked about the "10 Most Unforgettable Country Music Moments of the 2010s." Sadly, the Route 91 tragedy was #1. On the bright side, GARTH BROOKS returned, and CHRIS STAPLETON got discovered. We also found some demos of Major Pop songs…some of these sung by other artists…some were acoustic rough demos…and one was one of the biggest songs of all-time…and had an entirely different name! Learn more about your ad-choices at


#217 - Joe Diffie on having dinner with George Jones, being in a Super Bowl Commercial and seeing an aura Around Garth Brooks

Joe Diffie talks about how his song John Deere Green was never a no. 1 song. He talks about moving to Nashville after being laid off, singing demos in the 80’s and what it was like to tour during the 90’s. He also talks about how a resurgence happened in his career after his name drop Jason Aldean’s “1994”. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#216 - 9 Songs Now on Classic Rock Radio That Will Make You Feel Old + Bobby’s Musical Guilty Pleasure + New Music and Top-Earning Musicians of the Year

Bobby has a list of songs that are now being played on Classic Rock Radio that makes him feel a little old. From Oasis to the Foo Fighters and Alanis Morissette. Bobby also reveals what artist he doesn’t tell people is one of his favorite artists because they are his guilty pleasure. We talk about new music from Kesha, Brian Wilson and Sturgill Simpson. Plus the Highest Paid Musicians of the Year and Top Artist from each year in the decade. Learn more about your ad-choices at...


#215 - Rare Demos of 12 Famous Country Songs + Lindsay Ell Reflects on The Language Barrier on German Tour + Her Biggest Career Year + First No. 1 Song

Bobby and Mike D found a bunch of the demos of famous country songs. Some of these were ones given to use from songwriters who’ve stopped by and others we were able to dig up from the internet. They listen back to them to hear the difference a song goes from beginning to start. We also talk to Lindsay Ell who just got back from touring in Germany. She talks about the language barrier during her shows in Germany, her new song “I Don’t Love You” and her first no. 1 song “What Happens in A...


Introducing: Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme is a fun, irreverent and educational weekly podcast that digs deep into the stories of musical legends and cultural icons in a way that only Questlove and Team Supreme can deliver. Led by Each episode is driven by conversation ranging from the guest’s origins (along with a few never-before-revealed secrets to their success) to their life passions and current projects. This is not your typical interview show. This is about legends and legends in the making bringing their...


#214 - Bobby on Eddie on the Top 20 Music Moments of the Decade + Hunter Hayes On Playing ‘Somebody’s Heartbreak’ at the Bluebird before it was Recorded + Being in People’s Sexist Man Alive Issue + New Music

Bobby has a list of the most important "music moments" of the past decade. It's a mix of legitimately influential happenings, changes in the industry, and shameless viral sensations. We also talk to Hunter Hayes about him appearing the new Bluebird documentary and his first time playing there, his Wild Blue project and how he’s in the latest issue of People Magazine as one of their sexiest men alive. Learn more about your ad-choices at


In Case You Missed It: #103 - Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum on how 'Need You Now' was almost never recorded, How Music came easy to him, His dad wanted him to be a Dentist,

Dave Haywood is the brains behind Lady Antebellum. He tells us about his childhood and how music just came easily to him. He also explains the story of how Lady A formed and what caused them to take a break from music and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#213 - Bobby and Eddie Give Their Grammy 2019 Winner Predictions + New Music from Jason Aldean and Coldplay + Band Who Said They’d Never Tour Again...Announces Tour

Bobby and Eddie go through the Grammy nominations that came out this week and give their picks for who they think will win the Country and other major categories. We go though new music from Jason Aldean, Coldplay, Little Big Town, Weezer, Kacey Musgraves and more. Plus in music news...there’s a band going back on tour after the signed a contract to never tour again. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#212 - Naomi Cooke from Runaway June on Living On a Bus as a Kid, Working as a Deckhand in Alaska and the Power of Meditation

Naomi Cooke from Runaway June talks about how she traveled around on a bus as a kid and the journey that lead her to start singing once they settled down in Florida. She lived in a small house with 10 other siblings. Eventually discovering she had a powerful voice and decided to pursue music. She talks about grinding it out in Nashville, getting her first cut and then how she met up and formed Runaway June with the other girls. Learn more about your ad-choices at...


#211 - Top 25 Artist Of All-Time + Top 5 Artists of Our Lifetime + A Major Artist is Taking a Break From Music + New Music

Billboard has a list of the top 125 music artists of all time…we talk about the Top 25 Artist and then give our Top 5 artist of our life. In music news, we talk about a major artist is taking a break from music. Plus new music from Lady Antebellum, Billie Eilish and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at


In Case You Missed It: #108 - Rhett Akins on the boots that Inspired "Dirt On My Boots" + The First Time He Met Blake Shelton + His Relationship with his son Thomas Rhett

Rhett Akins has an impressive 38 No. 1 songs (and counting) and some great stories too! He talks about meeting Blake Shelton for the first time and going to see his son Thomas Rhett play a headlining show. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#210 - Blanco Brown on Original Title of “The Git Up” + Meeting Tim McGraw for the First Time + Being Discovered at 7 Years Old

Blanco Brown has had a crazy 4 months after his song “The Git Up” has blown up. Blanco talks about how he got discovered at a very early age and even had a record deal already before releasing the song. He talks about meeting with Outkast to talk about a deal, singing with Tim McGraw and the session that lead to his hit song + first video of him doing the dance that blew up. Learn more about your ad-choices at


Introducing Old Dominion: One Fan to Interview the Band

Old Dominion’s “One Fan to Interview the Band” gives a fan the opportunity in each episode to go backstage, hang with and interview the band. It follows the two-time CMA and ACM award-winning Country act, Old Dominion, across their worldwide Make It Sweet Arena Tour with fans hosting the exclusive inside look. Each episode is comprised of questions fans have always wanted to ask about touring on the road, home life, hobbies, traditions, the journey to fame and more. One Fan to Interview...


#209 - Our Mount Rushmores of Our Most Listened To Life Albums + Legendary Band Is Getting A BioPic + New Music

Bobby, Eddie and Mike D give their 4 albums they have listened to the most in their life ...PLUS One. Everything from Garth Brooks to Hootie and the Blowfish to Post Malone. We talk about the big stories in music this week including a legendary band that is getting a biopic made about them. Plus we talk about all the new music out today from Hootie and the Blowfish, Miranda Lambert and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at


#208 - Josh Kear on writing ‘Before He Cheats’ before he knew Carrie Underwood, getting Taylor Swift on ‘Highway Don’t Care’ and taking shots with stars at the Grammys.

Josh Kear is a 4-time Grammy winning songwriter for Carrie Underwood “Before He Cheats” “Two Black Cadillacs” and Lady Antebellum “Need You Now”. He has written 14 No. 1 songs after taking some big risks as a songwriter which have lead to major wins in his career. He talks about how he wasn’t able to enjoy his first Grammy win but then got a 2nd chance just a few years later to do it all again. Learn more about your ad-choices at