A Scholar’s Work
I’ve been nerding out on this podcast for a while. It has delivered new and old stories on a topic I love with a delightful storytelling zest that I believe is wholly unique and incredibly well-researched. My father, a genuine music scholar himself, had never listened to a podcast until I talked up this podcast to the point that he could no longer deny the format. After listening to the first episode on Ernest Tubb, he was totally convinced this was well worth his time, and he’s a podcast convert because of it. Your work is important, Tyler. Thank you for sharing it with all of us in such a compelling way. What a joy.
Fralaska via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/26/21
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It's not easy to find media that takes country music seriously so I'm happy to find this podcast. I'll be adding this to my regular podcast rotation - looking forward to hearing more.
Here_is_my_nickname via Stitcher · 11/05/17
Thank you, Mr. Coe, for this much-needed antidote for the current state of country music. Looking forward to the next episode!
Acoustic Jet Ear via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/01/17
I recommend this podcast for any fan of country music so you get to know where your music comes from and also to help fans of the music of country radio of today understand the criticism of so called "purists". It is extremely well researched and done and I really enjoy that it has...Read full review »
colbymonroe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/19/17
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