Nothing like being MisUnderstood

October 24, 2018
Jeri James Music

past tense: misunderstood; past participle: misunderstood
  1. fail to interpret or understand (something) correctly.
    “he had misunderstood the policeman’s hand signals”
    synonyms: misapprehendmisinterpretmisconstruemisconceivemistakemisreadMore

    • fail to interpret or understand the words or actions of (someone) correctly.

      “don’t misunderstand me—I’m not implying she should be working”

      (I’m not) I’m playing.


      Hey there! JJ with red dirt roots radio and I have for you the Morning Cup Re-Cap in case you missed the Live music talk commentary on today’s show.

      That’s right, broadcasting Live out of the Great Northwest, the teeny tiny town of cottage grove and  5 days a week from -5-8 am Pacific where we’re talking everything under the sun and then some just for fun. Yeah, we are a webcast that plays great Country Roots music straight from the heart of Texas, Oklahoma and beyond but we are no ordinary link you see. We offer 15 hours of Live DJ hosting per week. So while your scrolling around the web, you can find out about the latest and greatest in the Red Dirt Loop.

      Today’s topic is a little  Red Dirt Raw Band Talk so if you’re a fellow artist with goals, you might want to get your scribble pad out for notes. Let me tell you, some of the best education we can get as artists is hands on but also from those who are in it with us. There is nothing like being misunderstood or not being able to express some of the bottled up feeling or passion inside of us. Some parents may say to their kiddos, use your words when little Jr. is throwing a fit of inaudible sounds on the floor.  God forbid that happen to a musician but many a time it does as we try to reach, stretch and hone into the heart of our craft, we don’t exactly know how to uncover the hidden talent inside.

      Today folks, I want to tell you about a singer Songwriter by the name of

      Tyler Childers. When I first heard Tyler , I can honestly tell you what stood out the most to me was the grit in his vocals  and the energy in his performance. He seems to put every bit of heart beat and soul available into every line and lyric he belts out for you and me.

      I watched an interview from the Blues Kitchen on You Tube and Childers talked about 2 failed albums. He says something just seemed to always be missing. Third time and attempt for him however proved to be a charm and what with artist Sturgil Simpson there to produce him , is it any surprise that he ran head long into success. In fact you can find his latest and greatest tracks and work on where you’ll also find the schedule of concerts , shows and websites for merch and hard copies.

      Fellow singer songwriter, Sturgill Simpson an artist we play also on Red Dirt Roots radio ended up being a key player in the success of Childers Purgatory album.

      quoted from his biography on“I was writing an album about being in the mountains,” Childers said. “I wanted it to have that gritty mountain sound. But at the same time, I wanted a more modern version of it that a younger generation can listen to—the people I grew up with, something I’d want to listen to.”

      Sturgil helped Tyler to locate the pulse of his artwork , intention and potential.

      Tyler Childers, singer songwriter in the Spotlight today for the morning cup Re-Cap . My name is Jeri James. Please don’t forget to like share and follow this post if indeed you do…and with that, Y’all have a good one!!!

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