Earlier this year, Nathaniel Rateliff released a solo album called And It’s Still Alright. It is an acoustic album in the singer-songwriter genre which was something Rateliff was doing before founding the Night Sweats. It is also an album influenced by the death of a close friend and collaborator.

Tim spoke with Nathaniel about making the record, his nonprofit organization the Marigold Project, his love of Harry Nillson and his hopes for the future.

Phoebe Bridger
I’m not gonna lie. I’m pretty much Chris Farley with this interview. I can’t help myself. I’ve been a fan of Phoebe’s since her debut album. The ep she recorded with Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker (under...
Tim had an opportunity to visit with Michael Franti via Zoom. Michael and his family remain in Bali where they were when the world shut down. They spoke about life in a pandemic with a toddler, connecting...
Tim Johnstone had an opportunity to catch up with Matt Quinn, lead singer and songwriter for Mt. Joy. They talk about the band’s new album Rearrange Us, life during the Covid shut down, the band’s unique merchandise...