Everette Talks Kentucky Roots, Breakout Year, New Single “Slow Roll,” Upcoming Album & More

Everette Talks Kentucky Roots, Breakout Year, New Single “Slow Roll,” Upcoming Album & More

Jim Casey talks with Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia of the duo Everette about:

  • their breakout year in 2018
  • growing up in Kentucky
  • Kentucky’s rich history of country and bluegrass music
  • forming a duo
  • playing the bar scene in Bowling Green, Ky.
  • the origin of the duo’s name
  • signing a record deal with Broken Bow
  • releasing their debut EP, Slow Roll, in June
  • watching their crowds grow since the EP’s release
  • making the video for their debut single, “Slow Roll”
  • working on their upcoming full-length album
  • balancing family life with life on the road
  • hitting the road this fall for a number of shows

Show Participants:

  • Brent Rupard of Everette
  • Anthony Olympia of Everette
  • Jim Casey, editor of Nash Country Daily

photo courtesy of Broken Bow/Everette

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