Also in the KUT's On the Record series
KUT's On the Record: Craig Finn of The Hold Steady
Craig Finn of The Hold Steady discusses the album that meant the most to him growing up: The Replacements' 'Let It Be.'
KUT's On the Record: Conrad Keeley of Trail Of Dead
Conrad Keeley of Austin indie rockers ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail Of Dead talks about the album that means the most to him: 'Hounds of Love' by Kate Bush.
KUT's On the Record: Rhett Miller of The Old 97's
Dallas' Rhett Miller, solo artist and the frontman for alt-country stalwarts the Old 97's, gives an interesting choice for the album that changed his life: David Bowie's ...
KUT's On the Record: Carolyn Wonderland
Austin blues musician Carolyn Wonderland talks about an album that changed her life: ZZ Top's 'Tres Hombres.'
KUT's On the Record: Ross Flounoy of the Broken West
Lead singer of the L.A. pop group The Broken West talks about an album that had a big impact on his life: 'Being There' from Wilco.
KUT's On The Record: Jonathan Meiburg of Shearwater
Jonathan Meiburg of the Austin band Shearwater talks about an album that had a big impact on his life: Talk Talk 'Laughing Stock'
Kim Wilson leads the legendary blues-rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds. He talks about an album that had a big impact on his music: Little Walter 'Hate to See You Go'
KUT's On The Record: The Reverend Horton Heat
Rockabilly powerhouse Jim Heath also known as The Reverend Horton Heat talks about an album that changed his life: Sonny Boy Williamson 'One Way Out'
KUT's On The Record: Colin Meloy of The Decemberists
Colin Meloy leads the orchestral pop outfit The Decemberists. He talks about an album that had a big impact on his music: Fleetwood Mac 'Tusk'
Timing and Cues
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