Michael Des Barres and Brad Hardisty at Americana Festival

This Sunday Dec. 2nd, at 11AM Central Time, that would be 10 AM Mountain Time, 9AM in sunny California and 12 Noon in Atlanta, Brad Hardisty of The Nashville Bridge and Performer Magazine is live on the air with Music News With Kat Pat on Blog Talk Radio.

Brad Hardisty, Tootsie’s on Lower Broad, photo – Tristan Dunn

“Recently, I interviewed Ricky Skaggs for Performer Magazine and it was kind of a mind expansion experience talking about Bill Monroe, Emmylou Harris, Barry Gibb and recording with Jack White and The Raconteurs all in the same hour. I look forward to talking to Kat Pat about that as a preview to the January edition as well as Nashville, Music City, today and the explosion of all things happening musically from Punk Rock to the Blues. I don’t have any idea where we will stray and ramble; there are so many different directions we can go. There is a lot of new music around here and then there is always history like Jimi Hendrix at The Del Morocco. I’m looking forward to this.” – Brad Hardisty, The Nashville Bridge, Performer Magazine

Kat Pat has a couple of rare guitar tracks of Brad Hardisty as well as a never before heard version of “Spark The Flame” recorded live at The Nick in Birmingham, Alabama in 2006 with the band Furthermore featuring Brad on guitar as well as Danny Everitt on Bass, Peter Davenport on vocals and Daniel Long on drums.

Listeners can call in at (818) 369-0352.

Brad with Southside Gentlemens Club, Burt’s Tiki Lounge, Salt Lake City, 2009

Kat Pat has interviewed several bands including regional acts, Skinny Molly (featuring Mike Estes of Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Robert Nix, one of the founders of The Atlanta Rhythm Section.

You can get to information here.

Also you can link to Music News with Kat Pat here.

The interview will be up for some time after Sunday for later listening.

Brad Hardisty Live at The Nick, Birmingham, AL with Furthermore, 2006

– The Nashville Bridge, Nashville, TN     thenashvillebridge@hotmail.com

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