On their Spring 2015 tour, Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland stopped by the Fretboard Journal offices to talk guitars and songwriting. Doucet and McClelland have both worked as solo artists – independently and together – and as sidemen, most notably with Sarah McLachlan, with whom Doucet started playing way back in 1991 (he was just 19 at the time).
With its seamless blend of original material and classic country gems, Baby Let’s Take the Long Way Home marks the beginning of a new journey for the Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band.
Willy Tea Taylor is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from California’s Central Valley. He is co-frontman of The Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit and spends his time writing, recording and perpetually touring with an ever growing following across the United States.
Jami Lynn is an amazingly talented South Dakota singer/songwriter, guitar and banjo player. Originally from Corona, SD , she currently lives in Sturgis, SD. Jami is also a serious musicologist and has researched and written about the history of musicians and folksongs in early South Dakota. She has recorded three albums so far, starting with Dreamer, by Jami Lynn and the Aquila Band, featuring members of the Sioux Falls band, Snakebeard Jackson.