Rick Shea talks about covering Hank Williams, producing The Good Intentions, and taking train trips in Mexico when he was a “broken-hearted kid.” He also sets up and plays three tracks from his album, Sweet Bernadine. Plus newgrass from The Avett Brothers, gothic folk from The Paper Hill Casket Company, bluegrass from The Railsplitters, folk music from James Tristan Redding, country rock from The Bottle Rockets, a rock & roll ballad from The Wild Ponies, honky tonk from Casey James Prestwoood tha the Burning Angels, and boogie blues from the North Mississippi Allstars.

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