As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter S.G. Goodman about her critically acclaimed debut album, Old Time Feeling. Following the discussion, S.G. Goodman performs. Raised in Western Kentucky on the Mississippi River Delta in a strict churchgoing family of row crop farmers, Goodman went from singing in church three times a week to a prominent political activist and member of the Murray, KY indie scene. Old Time Feeling is a conflicted ode to the south filtered through her lived experience of heartache, protest, estrangement and reconciliation. Goodman seeks to debunk rural stereotypes, while exploring living with OCD and the notion that you can still love your family and community even though you may disagree with them.