Radney Foster in Atlanta

Radney Foster played a gig in Atlanta a couple months back. Musical legend doesn’t begin to describe this man. He’s one of a kind and I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet him and to record one of his sets.

Behind-the-scenes.
It was a bit daunting. I originally came to record Eric Erdman’s set as he opened for Radney. Eric is another amazing artist I’m lucky enough to call my friend. (Find his album on his site: EricErdmanMusic.com) Between the time I was able to get access to the room and the beginning of Erics set, I had a whopping total of about 15  minutes to sling all my gear out, get an audio feed, and start recording. Before Radney come on, I was able to ambush him in the green room and ask if I could also record his set. He was gracious enough to not have security escort me out, and agreed to let me film!

Below are a couple pieces from Radney’s set. The first being a reading that is guaranteed to have you laughing, smiling, and crying all in a 12 minute story. Short of a Mike Rowe narration, this is one of the best readings I’ve ever heard. It’s called “Bridge Club” from the collection of Radneys book “For You To See The Stars”.

The second one I’m able to officially release is a reading and the accompanying song, both titled “Sycamore Creek”.

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