Country • 28m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs At Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with GRAMMY, CMA, & ACM Award-winner and one of Nashville’s premier hitmakers Jon Randall about his new self-titled solo album. Considered one of the most prolific hitmakers in Country, bluegrass and Americana music, this 9-track collection is Randall’s first solo album in 15 years. This marks Randall’s return to the spotlight and his roots, which follows the success he’s recently found as one third of The Marfa Tapes (his collaboration with Miranda Lambert and Jack Ingram).
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