Link to Tom T. Hall, Peter Cooper & Eric Brace Interview

In a  transcript of a new American Songwriter interview with the principals behind the I Love: Tom T. Hall’s Songs of Fox Hollow (Red Beet Records) project, Peter Cooper states: “Nothing’s wrong with modern country music if we choose to call what Elizabeth Cook and Tim Carroll are doing country music—which it is. It just gets lumped into some other kind of label because of…the whims of corporate radio. These are people whose music would be different had Tom T. Hall’s songs not been around to provide lesson and inspiration.” A good if unrealistic point, I suppose. The entire article is posted here: It is a good read, but reveals some of the difficulties of the Q & A format of writing. My review of the album is here:

As always, thanks for visiting Fervor Coulee. Donald

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