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Will Kimbrough "Hey Trouble"

It has been another busy week of interviews! Tuesday, I sat down with the delightful young singer songwriter Jade Bird before her sold out show at The Basement East. Thursday it was Phil Lee, The Mighty King of Love, who made me promise to meet him a decade ago at Po’ Monkey’s Juke Joint in Merigold, MS, on my way to Memphis to meet up with the Music Foggers. It was an unforgettable trip, and I am so happy I got to experience it before the proprietor, Mr. Seaberry passed. Phil has a new album that has contributions from lots of cool folks, like Pete Anderson and Bill Kirchen. Friday was another sit down with Paul Thorn. It is always great to be with him. He keeps busy on the road, still traveling by van, and still making audiences happy with his kick ass band and home spun, left of center humor. If you have never seen him, you owe it to yourself to check out a show. By the way, he is a Music Fog MVP, we have filmed him in so many different sessions.

Another Music Fog MVP is Will Kimbrough, and we have had the honor of filming him in multiple locations and different configurations. He is yet another road tripper, heading to play The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in Golden Gate Park this weekend. For our most recent session, Will stripped it down to a power trio, with Bryan Owings on percussion and Chris Donohue on bass. The song “Hey Trouble” is on his most recent album I Like It Down Here, and here is the Music Fog recording, done in a private session in Nashville back in February 2019.

-- Jessie Scott

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