From Louis Armstrong to Treme, the Nashville executive music producer shares the artists who shaped his musical development.
“I don’t know why they bother to call it country. Why don’t they just call it a song and leave it at that?
"People like to put things in a box — and they do that with their own lives too, they limit things — but it's all art to me."
So at least the soundtrack should be good.
He'll reunite with the team behind 'Crazy Heart' for his debut album.
The musician talks about producing more music than the label can handle, his famously banged-up guitar, and his new method of smoking pot.
"Scott and T-Bone came out and saw us play and were like, 'Man, it'd be great to have you guys be the band in the bowling alley.'"