“Thank you” does not even begin to express my gratitude for the love shown during the 200th show from City Café! Faithful listeners make doing The Justin Reed Show worth it! October looks to be another great month.
Oct. 5 – Episode 201: The Justin Reed Show welcomes Bradley Walker to the show at 7:30 a.m. Walker has been singing around Nashville over a decade and has been on Larry’s Country Diner and other shows in the area. His newest album, Blessed: Hymns and Songs of Faith, will be available Oct. 6. Find more information at bradleywalker.com.
The show welcomes back acclaimed producer and musician Thomm Jutz at 8 a.m. Jutz is also releasing a new album, Crazy if You Let It, on Oct. 6. It features Sierra Hull, Justin Moses and others, and can be ordered at thommjutz.com.
Zach DuBois, currently touring across the country, will appear on the show at 9 a.m. For more information on him, visit zachdubois.com.
Oct. 12 – Episode 202: The Justin Reed Show welcomes The Voice star Mary Sarah at 7:30 a.m. Sarah has played all over the country and with some of the biggest names in country music. More information is at marysarah.com.
The show welcomes Will Bowen at 8 a.m. Bowen, of the band Bowen, has toured with Dave Mathews, John Mayer and, most recently, Kip Moore. He also has a rich history as a songwriter, even penning a single for Casey James. He just dropped a new single called “All I Ever Do.”
The show will feature an interview with the Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson, at 8:35 a.m. Jackson has been recording since the 1950s, briefly dated Elvis, and is just releasing her new autobiography, Every Night is a Saturday Night: A Country Girl’s Journey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! The book comes out Nov. 14.
Longtime friend of the show Hallie Long returns to the show at 9 a.m. Long moved to Nashville to pursue her dream of performing and now plays almost nightly around Nashville. Her website is hallielongmusic.com.
Oct. 19 – Episode 203: Husband and wife duo MountainCity are welcomed to the show at 7:30 a.m. Originally from Denver, the couple loves singing love songs. They can be reached at mountain.city.
At 9 a.m., Fred Goodwin will return to the show. Goodwin is the leading expert on classic Western-music group Sons of the Pioneers. We will also talk with Tommy Nallie, the current lead singer for the Sons of the Pioneers.
Oct. 26 – Episode 204: At 9 a.m., The Justin Reed Show welcomes into the studio the most awarded group in music, the Sons of the Pioneers. Singing since 1934, the Sons of the Pioneers have recorded over 1,200 songs, been in countless movies and sing the soundtrack of the American West. They will appear live in concert later that night at the Washington Theatre at Patterson Park and I will serve as the master of ceremonies. This is an interview not to miss! More information is found at sonsofthepioneers.org.
I am looking forward to this month and I hope you are too! The most up-to-date calendar is found at thejustinreedshow.com and facebook.com/thejustinreedshow.
Peace, Love, and Ernest Tubb,