Introducing… “Side Tracks One Mic Sessions” Sometimes, our guests are talented musicians. It wouldn't make much sense to have them come in and NOT record an original song. This new feature is dubbed "Side Tracks One Mic Sessions" our first installment features Harold Hensley performing a track from his upcoming solo debut "Midnight Savings Time" called "Songs of Home." It is a hauntingly beautiful true story of his family's decision to sell their generations old Kentucky farm. Make sure to like Hensley's Facebook music page to keep up to date on the album's release and tour dates. The full episode of Hensley's pod can be streamed here.

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Episode 5: Talking Inspiration with Harold Hensley

In episode five, Harold Hensley stops by. Hensley is the guitarist and singer for The Repeating Arms. He also has a new solo album coming out in the fall of 2017. In a “Side Tracks” first, Hensley played a couple tunes for us. “Songs of Home” (6:21) and “Pose” (16:10) will both be featured on that forthcoming solo effort. We dive into Hensley’s album choices with Bright Eye’s 2005 masterpiece “I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning” (19:20). We then move to Monsters of Folk’s self-titled debut (29:10) from 2009, Matt Costa’s 2006 debut “Songs We Sing” (41:36) and Doug Martsch’s “Now We Know” (57:08) from 2002. Thanks as always to Frontier Folk Nebraska for use of their track “Cut You Loose” from their 2017 EP WARPIG....

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