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Jul 15, 2018

This week, the beloved Eric Erdman - a champion of the local arts scene and an unabashed fan of his hometown of Mobile - sits with Ferrill to discuss the state of education in Mobile, the "strange" and broken guitar chords he likes to forge and make melodic, and the eye-opening realities of his facing death as...


Jul 5, 2018

Ross Newell is the lead singer and songwriter for Mobile's uber-popular band, The Mulligan Brothers. This week he sits down with Ferrill to discuss the biggest issues that a small, entrenched, southern town can face - and does it with the same sort of gentleness he uses when composing his beloved, Southern-Americana...


Jun 14, 2018

Grayson Capps, a cultural instigator from Mobile, travels the world taking the sounds of his hometown to a scattered but loyal fanbase. Sometimes he even takes it to the streets...  


Jun 4, 2018

Rick Hirsch first arrived on the scene in 1969 with the Mobile band Wet Willie, and soon after he found himself in Los Angeles and ultimately coveted as a guitarist and writer by acts such as Cher and Gregg Allman. Years later, when the dust would settle, Rick would return to his beloved city of Mobile, Alabama to...


May 21, 2018

In the mid eighties, Will Kimbrough launched from Mobile with his much heralded, all-original band, "Will And The Bushmen." Ever since, he has made a strikingly normal (and highly successful) life of original music.