Americana • 30m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with acclaimed singer-songwriter Parker Millsap about the making of his latest album Be Here Instead. Millsap’s fifth studio LP and first new album in close to three years, Be Here Instead, marks a stylistic shift from the gritty and high-energy folk of the Oklahoma-bred, Nashville-based artist’s previous output. Though the album sees Millsap broadening his already ambitious musical vision, it remains firmly grounded in the sophisticated musicianship he began honing with his earlier work.
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