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Welcome to the Rowdy Radio Podcast. This is a podcast about life with episodes ranging from sports to politics to comics to music and everything in between. Come and hang out for a while, and listen to me and my friends drop some ridiculous opinions. Enjoy! Host: Ric Butler @ric_butler Co-Host: Michael Wickstrom @michaelwick13
 
Discussing current events, sports, and everything else. Anything that comes to mind is going to get over analyzed and blown out of proportion. The blog will have postings hopefully twice a week or whenever I feel like ranting about something ridiculous. The Rowdy Chatter Podcast will be once a week and will have guests and be focusing on current events... for now.
 
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From field parties to “shot and a chaser” releases, Noah Hicks knows how to put out a song with a bang. Not to mention, anyone who can get a cut and a video with Rhett Akins this early in their career has to have something going for them. Check out this week’s episode where we get to know the stories behind Noah’s epic releases and hear a version o…
 
Boy, was this a fun one. We generally have a few when recording, but it’s definitely a first that someone brings a new method of drinking beer to the table. But that’s just Canaan. He’s done everything from writing his own album end to end to radio hits and major tours. Now he’s returning to his lyric driven style with his new album, High Country S…
 
Vinnie is another member of the emerging Nashville Americana crew who we’ve had the opportunity to interview (see Nate Fredrick, Gabe Lee, etc.). But Vinnie’s northern roots give his sound a bit more Springsteen and Henley. Check out this week’s episode to hear more about Vinnie’s history playing Philly dive bars and how he got involved with Reviva…
 
Lainey Wilson has taken “bell bottom country” to new heights with her new record, Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’. While we’re excited about the success of Things a Man Oughta Know, the record opens with a banger in Neon Diamonds and doesn’t quit. Check out this week’s episode with an exclusive version of Things a Man Oughta Know and don’t forget to check…
 
Jameson is a songwriting, beer drinking, finger pointing son of a gun. Over the past two years he’s toured with Luke Combs, wrote his first #1 and got his first #1 song to country radio with Some Girls. It turned out for the best that COVID cancelled our initial podcast with Jameson, as Kurt got to share some special (and hilarious) stories from th…
 
This week welcome one of our first guests, Kenton Bryant, back to the podcast. A member of the 50 egg team and a disciple of Jonathan Singleton tree, Kenton’s a working man’s songwriter who can churn out well crafted songs just as well alone as he can working with the best in the world. And from what we’ve heard of his new project Covered in Dirt, …
 
Nate’s Different Shade of Blue is an exciting, complete album. Tracks like Paducah and Caroline will (and should) garner attention, but every track offers a different vibe while somehow providing cohesion to the greater work. We love Nate and this record. Hear more about it on this week’s podcast with Nicky T and Kurt Ozan.…
 
What can you say about Kurt….well first and foremost he’s our favorite former sushi delivery guy. That and he’s got a knack for picking up pretty much anything and figuring it out. This is one of the many reasons we bonded with Kurt and have chosen him to be the new co-host of the Raised Rowdy Podcast. This week we’ll get some insight into how he m…
 
Most people know Trey by know, but what they likely know him for is only one dimension of his deep character. Who would’ve thought the guy who cut the raunchiest country song of recent memory (albeit still a damn good song) also spends nights listening to inspirational podcasts and putting together vision boards. Don’t get us wrong, he’s still the …
 
It’s been a few since we last sat down with Sam, but damn if he hasn’t stayed rowdy in our absence. After catching all the fish in his pond, lockdown got to Sam and he hit the road to meet the people. The Backyards and Bonfires tour was sent Sam into the homes of fans and friends for small, socially distanced shows. He connected so much through his…
 
Nate loves beer. We love beer. This week’s podcast was easy. In all seriousness, Nate is an artist who pushes the boundaries of transparency. From songs about disaster in his home town to his departure and return to Nashville, Nate evokes emotions that you don’t expect. Then he buys you a beer. Check out Nate’s new single Sleeve this Friday, Februa…
 
Who would’ve thought a guy who spent most of his upbringing off the grid would become one of the best artist/entrepreneur combos in country music? Well, a couple people figured it out (including Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top). Tim brings his “Guns & Roses and Marlboro Country” energy to this weeks podcast from his underground viral marketing compound (…
 
In 2020, Jobe proved himself, but not in the way you might think. We all know he had the vibe and the voice, but with the Rona Mixtape he had to do it all. From setting up mics to learning the bass (not as simple a transition as it seems), Jobe worked his way through one of the more raw, heartfelt EPs of 2020. Hear more about the record and stories…
 
One thing is apparent when you listen to Lily Rose. She is a technician. She burns to understand why and will do the work when she finds out. That’s why her viral track “Villain” should not be a such a surprise. Rose leveraged her pop sensibilities, “followed the blueprint” (her words, not ours) and drove home one of the more dynamic singles of 202…
 
For a guy who didn’t fancy himself a songwriter, Josh Kiser has developed a knack for putting out some of the most relatable tracks of recent memory. If the The F Word and Never Drinking Again are any indication, Josh will find a way to sing and write a soundtrack to your life.Jacob
 
2020 wasn’t so great. That is, unless you’re Drew Parker. In this week’s episode Drew humbly recognizes that a tough year for most brought him his first child, his first #1 as a songwriter and a killer EP that will help cement his status as one of the brightest rising stars in the scene. Just imagine what he’ll do in 2021.…
 
Sometimes it takes a downturn to take full advantage of your talents. When his job in the oil fields went south he sold a rifle, bought a PA, and the rest is history. 2020 was supposed to be Heath’s year (anyone else?), but he’s not the type to complain. It’s in his nature to find a way. 2021 it is.Jacob
 
In music, Evolution is less a natural progression and more an earnest commitment to change. Austin’s self described “work in progress” sound (rock, country, Texas, who knows) feels like a window into an artist’s narrative. His laser sharp focus on lyricism and evoking emotion leaves you wondering, “If this is now, what’s next?”. Earlier this year A…
 
Larry feels like an old friend. A friendly face, a (super talented) helping hand. His recent hit single, Where I Find God, spoke to everyone during this rough year. His ability to provide personal detail while making a song immensely relatable gets us excited for his upcoming projects.Jacob
 
From Texas to Nashville and back again, Corey has always had a unique sound. He sounds a little like Texas, a little like Nashville, and A LOT like Corey Kent. He spent last year putting out his first album which is a must listen. His upcoming single, Gold, dropped Friday, November 13th. Hear how he mixed his red dirt roots with Nashville songwriti…
 
“No backup plan.” Let that sink in. Jacob Lutz is that committed to his craft. He’s a young artist who left North Carolina for Nashville and quickly got recognized for his raw talent. On this week’s episode, we discuss everything from his roots in choir to songwriting during a pandemic. All we know is we love his new single, Lonely Heart. Check it …
 
Tyler’s demeanor in no way implies the list of hits he’s got under his belt. Hell, the budding star’s Dad had to pass his songs to a professor to get ears on them. And we’re sure glad he did. This week Tyler gives his perspective on everything from TikTok to Brooks & Dunn. His future is bright, but we have a feeling Tyler won’t change a bit.…
 
Patience, Persistence, Positivity. Daniel Donato says he sees this in others. Well, we certainly see it in him. Daniel’s had a busy 2020 (despite, you know, 2020) putting out his first full length album, A Young Man’s Country, and starting his Lost Highway podcast. A Young Man’s Country is a live show in a record and Lost Highway gives you unique (…
 
When you talk about professionals, guys like Adam come to mind. The guy has been such a consistent hitmaker for so long that it’s no surprise he’s having such success as a standalone act. He released 3 of our favorite songs in the last year, including a pretty great drinking song. His new single, “Drink Drank Drunk” drops September 4th and has us c…
 
Johno Clayton turned 21, told his boss to shove it (figuratively), and moved to Nashville. Hell, we would too if we got that advice from Jonathan Singleton. Johno’s songwriting has more depth than his age would lead you to believe, but that’s just a product spending days grounded listening to country radio. His new single, “Takes a Lotta Love” is o…
 
Jackson’s back with to talk his record releasing June 24th, Wizard. He and Nicky T go track by track through the project with the banter you’ve come to expect from their previous episodes. Jackson is a talented guitarist with an unapologetic songwriting style, both of which are showcased on the record. Get yours today.…
 
Rob Snyder does not pull punches, and neither does his recent project, “The Way That I Am”. Ten artfully crafted songs which are better together than they are apart, we love everything about this album. Hear Rob describe the second half of the record in here and catch up with the first half in Episode 66. Then go BUY the record and make an evening …
 
Who are we to give an introduction to a guy like Jonathan Singleton? Luckily we didn’t have to. Jonathan took the reigns on this week’s podcast, giving a detailed history (although we feel like he could tell stories about stories) of his growth into one of the premier songwriters on Music Row. Could you imagine writing an album that had multiple #1…
 
Recorded 2/1/20 The Boys are here to help you get through your quarantine with a fresh cast. Rouse and Mike tell a legendary Shrek story and officially declare that Lukas’ life is no longer in shambles. The Boys analyze Rise Of Skywalker and give praise to The WitcherRowdy Rouse and the Boys
 
Dan Smalley is earnest in demeanor but with a consciousness that keeps him from being too serious or overbearing. You could say he’s a straight shooter but we’ll let his new EP, If I’m Being Honest, do the talking. We had a great time reviewing each track on the project with Dan. Buy a copy 03/20 wherever you get your music.…
 
From the classic Rinky Dinks in Washington, PA, Kyle Wilson of The WIlson Brothers’ Band sits down with Nicky T to discuss making their first vinyl record, cross promotion of projects, and the importance supporting your peers in an ever evolving market. Don’t forget to grab a steak dinner if you get the chance.…
 
Garrett stops by and tells us about snake head fish and why they are such an invasive species and lets us in on their migratory secrets!!! We also talk about the NFL, our favorite teams, and NCAA Football. We keep bringing it up, but we continue our journey into transgender individuals competing in women's sports (The recent example of mixed gender…
 
Sweet Home Sweden? The Devil Went Down to Stockholm? We kid, but Swedish transplants David Henriksson and Karl-Johan Wigander both took the path less traveled to Nashville (ever heard of an “Alien with Extraordinary Ability”?). Regardless of background, both have the chops to play with some of the biggest acts in country music. Check them out on to…
 
We saw Carly Rogers play twice in one weekend which was great by itself. But having the opportunity to hear her perspective as an independent artist was truly inspirational. Carly books (and logs) her own shows, and still manages to keep writing great new songs. Not many are built for the treacherous path of independence, but Carly’s strength and i…
 
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