Chris has coffee with Jim Lauderdale in a Nashville hotel room and gets the story on his incredible life and career. Be sure to listen until the episode's end to hear a stripped down acoustic version of Jim's classic tune, "The King of Broken Hearts."
Chris sits down with The Drive-By Truckers co-founder and frontman Patterson Hood, who was later cajoled into singing a song about GG Allin.
Chris had the pleasure to sit down with country music legend Merle Haggard for Walking The Floor's 30th episode.
Chris interviews punk rock icon Mike Ness, lead singer/guitarist for Orange County's Social Distortion.
Chris talks to the one of the hottest artists in country music today, singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson.
Los Angeles-based Seattle native Brian Whelan walks us through his journey coming up through the LA roots scene, joining Dwight Yoakam's band, and committing full time as a solo artist.
Chris talks to longtime surf filmmaker, Jack McCoy, about all things surfing, stoke and aloha!
Chris sits down with Rob and Nan, owners of Chicago-based insurgent country record label Bloodshot Records.
This Week On Walking The Floor Listen to part two of Chris’ conversation with Brad Paisley. About The Guest Brad Paisley is an American country music singer and songwriter. Starting with his 1999 debut album, Who Needs Pictures, he has released 10 studio albums and a Christmas compilation on the Arista Nashville label, with […]