Caption: Will Kimbrough
Will Kimbrough 

In Search of a Song: Will Kimbrough Part 2

From: ISOAS Media
Series: In Search of a Song with Jason Wilber
Length: 01:00:01

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Part 2: Host Jason Wilber interviews singer/songwriter, producer, and performer Will Kimbrough. Will performs concerts of his own worldwide, tours supporting other artists, and his songs have been recorded by artists such as Jimmy Buffett, Little Feat, and many more.

Prx_kimbrough_part_2_240x240_small WILL KIMBROUGH Part 2: BROADCAST  5 / 5 / 2012
IN SEARCH OF A SONG originates in BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA and is sponsored by: THE BLUEBIRD NIGHTCLUBAIRTIME RECORDING STUDIO,  and VISIT BLOOMINGTON.COM
Host  Jason Wilber interviews singer/songwriter Will Kimbrough. Will Kimbrough was born and raised in the deep south of the Alabama Gulf Coast, and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee. WIll's songs have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Little Feat, Jack Ingram, Todd Snider and others. His multidisciplinary approach has led to many desirable collaborations in the studio and on-stage with well-known artists, including Rosanne Cash, Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Gomez, Emmylou Harris, the Jayhawks, Mark Knopfler, Buddy Miller, John Prine, Toumani Diabate, Kim Richey, Josh Rouse, Matthew Ryan, Billy Joe Shaver, Todd Snider, Mavis Staples, Garrison Starr, Adrienne Young, and others.

Topics discussed include:  Will moving from his band "Will and The Bushmen" to accepting a gig as Todd Snider's guitarist, which lasted four years, the beginnings of his solo career and advice he got about how to describe himself as a working artist that wears many hats, labeling yourself as a songwriter or your music, and writing for certain genres, the songwriting process for film and TV, or different genres as compared to his own songs, songwriters and performers he's worked with, and how it's influenced him and broadened his art, Will's record "Wings",  m usicians looking out for their own interests while keeping their artistic freedom, and having a career as a musician, the process of writing songs for that record, including how Jimmy Buffet contributed, and ended up recording the title track, his song Three Angels, and how the tri tone, or Devils note shows up in this song of gratitude for the three women in his life, his wife and two daughters.



Musical selections include: I Don't Like It, Conservative Christian, Right-Wing Republican, Straight White American Males, Hey Big Sister, A Couple Hundred Miracles, Love To Spare, Wings, Three Angels.

This program is "Evergreen" and not date specific.

For more information, visit IN SEARCH OF A SONG.COM

Piece Description

WILL KIMBROUGH Part 2: BROADCAST  5 / 5 / 2012
IN SEARCH OF A SONG originates in BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA and is sponsored by: THE BLUEBIRD NIGHTCLUBAIRTIME RECORDING STUDIO,  and VISIT BLOOMINGTON.COM
Host  Jason Wilber interviews singer/songwriter Will Kimbrough. Will Kimbrough was born and raised in the deep south of the Alabama Gulf Coast, and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee. WIll's songs have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Little Feat, Jack Ingram, Todd Snider and others. His multidisciplinary approach has led to many desirable collaborations in the studio and on-stage with well-known artists, including Rosanne Cash, Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Gomez, Emmylou Harris, the Jayhawks, Mark Knopfler, Buddy Miller, John Prine, Toumani Diabate, Kim Richey, Josh Rouse, Matthew Ryan, Billy Joe Shaver, Todd Snider, Mavis Staples, Garrison Starr, Adrienne Young, and others.

Topics discussed include:  Will moving from his band "Will and The Bushmen" to accepting a gig as Todd Snider's guitarist, which lasted four years, the beginnings of his solo career and advice he got about how to describe himself as a working artist that wears many hats, labeling yourself as a songwriter or your music, and writing for certain genres, the songwriting process for film and TV, or different genres as compared to his own songs, songwriters and performers he's worked with, and how it's influenced him and broadened his art, Will's record "Wings",  m usicians looking out for their own interests while keeping their artistic freedom, and having a career as a musician, the process of writing songs for that record, including how Jimmy Buffet contributed, and ended up recording the title track, his song Three Angels, and how the tri tone, or Devils note shows up in this song of gratitude for the three women in his life, his wife and two daughters.



Musical selections include: I Don't Like It, Conservative Christian, Right-Wing Republican, Straight White American Males, Hey Big Sister, A Couple Hundred Miracles, Love To Spare, Wings, Three Angels.

This program is "Evergreen" and not date specific.

For more information, visit IN SEARCH OF A SONG.COM

Broadcast History

WFHB - Bloomington, Indiana
WNKU - Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area
WHEE - Martinsville, Virginia

Timing and Cues

Intro Billboard 00:00 - 00:59 / News Break (or guest intro with song) 00:59 - 05:59 / Music Bed0 5:59 : 06:29 / Segment A 06:29 - 18:59 / Music Bed 18:59 - 19:59 / Segment B 19:59 -38:59 / Music Bed 38:59 : 39:59 / Segment C 39:59 - 58:59 / Music Bed 58:59 - 59:59

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
I Don't Like It Will Kimbrough At The Women's Club. Cedar Creek Music 2005 04:14
Conservative Christian, Right-Wing Republican, Straight White American Males Todd Snider East Nashville Skyline. Oh Boy 2004 03:17
Hey Big Sister Will Kimbrough Home Away. Waxy Silver Records 2002 05:00
A Couple Hundred Miracles Will Kimbrough Wings. Daphne Records 2010 02:47
Love To Spare Will Kimbrough Wings. Daphne Records 2010 03:04
Wings Will Kimbrough Wings. Daphne Records 2010 03:48
Three Angels Will Kimbrough Wings. Daphne Records 2010 04:16
Indian Summer (Theme Music) Jason Wilber Behind The Midway. Flat Earth 2000 :29
You Don't Know What You're Getting Into (Break Music) Jason Wilber Lazy Afternoon. Wilbertone 2006 :59
Northern Lights Seen Over Lewisberg Tennessee (Break Music) Jason Wilber Lazy Afternoon. Wilbertone 2006 :59
Your Destiny (Break Music) Jason Wilber Lazy Afternoon. Wilbertone 2006 :59

Additional Credits

Executive Producer - Rich Reardin
Host - Jason Wilber

Related Website

http://www.insearchofasong.com