Nov 1, 2020
This is a momentous episode for us here at The Troubadour! You are about to listen to episode #100 of a podcast that just started out as an idea in my vast and expansive cranium several years ago. I’m truly humbled by how many great artists and individuals have agreed to come on the podcast and share their personal stories and experiences with us. So, to all previous guests on the show, Thank You!
Very little of the success The Troubadour has experienced would have been possible without my wonderful co-host Carly Evans agreeing to join me on this adventure. I released about a dozen episodes on my own in the early days of this thing and quickly knew if I wanted it to morph into something greater, the ol skipper would have to make a call to the bullpen. Thankfully, Carly enthusiastically jumped onboard. Along with her gracious personality and professional skills as an on-air talent, Carly brought real credibility to what we’re doing here, so I can’t thank her enough for partnering with me.
I also need to give a shout out to the various sponsors who have helped me cover the costs of producing this show. While we’re always looking for more ways to pay the bills and other sponsors for the show, I especially would like to thank Brad and everyone at Kansas Territory Brewing. They gave us the shot in the arm early on when we needed it right out of the gate and I won’t forget that.
Finally, a big thanks goes out to you, the listeners and subscribers to the podcast who make what we are doing all worth it.
In this special one hundredth episode, we get to interview one of the most successful songwriters over the past 20 years in country music. He’s also had a major impact on several of the past guests we’ve had on the show. Terry McBride is a native Texan who was surrounded by music at a very early age. By the time he was in his teens he was touring with his Dad’s band. As his career progressed, he was performing with people like Delbert McClinton and ended up going on to form his own band that found national success in McBride and The Ride. In more recent years he found himself playing bass and writing songs for the most successful duo in country music history, Brooks & Dunn.
I think you’ll find this visit with Terry everything we hoped it would be for a special 100th episode. So kick back, grab a cool one and enjoy. Here comes episode #100 of The Troubadour featuring our new buddy, Terry McBride.
You can find out more about Terry, his tour dates, music and more, as well as follow him on his social sites by going to his website at www.terrymcbridemusic.com.
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