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Round Out the New Year with "Big Al" Anderson and Jim Chapdelaine

Dec 31, 2014

If you've ever watched "Nashville," you've heard the songwriting of "Big Al" Anderson. If you've ever listened to the band NRBQ (The New Rhythm and Blues Quartet), you've heard him loud and clear. And if you tune into this show, you'll hear this Windsor native and Jim Chapdelaine perform live, talk about the craft of songwriting for himself and for other people, defining an era with "No Good to Cry" with his band, Wildweeds, and more!

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GUESTS:

  • "Big Al" Anderson is a, award-winning guitarist, singer, and songwriter, known for his work in the band, NRBQ, and songwriting for ABC's "Nashville"
  • Jim Chapdelaine is an Emmy-award winning composer, engineer, producer and musician, currently playing with The Shinolas