This Song: John Prine (Rerun)

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This Song: John Prine (Rerun)

Posted by on Apr 2, 2020

Beloved American singer-songwriter John Prine is on many people’s minds right now. He is currently in stable condition on a ventilator due to symptoms from COVID-19. Our hearts go out to him and his family.  This episode, recorded live in 2018 at Waterloo records, is a testament to Prine’s creativity,  kindness and generosity of spirit. In it, he explains how Bob Dylan’s “The Lonsesome Death of Hattie Carroll” changed his life and goes in-depth on his own songwriting process for his album “The Tree of Forgiveness.

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This Song: Citizen Cope

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This Song: Citizen Cope

Posted by on Apr 26, 2019

Clarence Greenwood is Citizen Cope,  an American singer-songwriter who has been making entrancing blends of rock and soul music since the early 2000’s.

In this episode Citizen Cope details how his emotional connections to legends such as Randy Newman and Trouble Funk aided his understanding of the powerful energy that music can have. Cope then goes on to discusses how his experiences of the last seven years — which include reconciling with his estranged father and becoming a parent himself —  led him to the songs on his latest record “Heroin and Helicopters.”

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This Song: Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

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This Song: Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

Posted by on Aug 29, 2018

The new movie, BLAZE, about legendary singer and songwriter Blaze Foley, is in theatres now. Listen as Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey describe why they love the music of Blaze Foley and what led them to make a movie about his life.

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This Song: Live at Waterloo Records with Israel Nash

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This Song: Live at Waterloo Records with Israel Nash

Posted by on Aug 24, 2018

Come to Waterloo Records on Thursday, August 30th at 5pm for a live taping of the This Song podcast with Israel Nash followed by an artist signing.  Israel will talk about a song that changed his life, explore his brand new album, LIFTED, and provide an intimate look at his creative process.

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BLAZE Film Celebration with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

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BLAZE Film Celebration with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

Posted by on Aug 15, 2018

This Sunday at 12pm, KUTX and Waterloo Records are celebrating the new film BLAZE, the story of singer-songwriter Blaze Foley. KUTX DJ and This Song host Elizabeth McQueen will interview writer and director Ethan Hawke and actor Ben Dickey, followed by a performance by Dickey and an autograph signing.

BEGINNING THIS FRIDAY (8/17) Pre-purchase the new BLAZE Original Cast Recording on Texas Red LP or CD(out 9/21 on Light in the Attic Records) and receive a FREE, limited edition color flexi disc single while supplies last and FREE priority admission wristband for the event.

Find out more information at Waterloo records.

Hear Dickey and Hawke on-air with Jody Denberg Friday at 3 P.M., or catch Sunday’s taping via live-stream on KUTX’s Facebook page.)

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