Radney Foster

Radney Foster first gained attention as half of the musical duo Foster & Lloyd  (who, with “Crazy Over You” became the first duo in history to top the Country charts with their debut single). His solo debut was on the upstart record label Arista Nashville, where his labelmates included Alan Jackson, Diamond Rio, Pam Tillis and Brooks & Dunn.  Foster’s discography contains countless cuts by artists ranging anywhere from country like Keith Urban, The Chicks, Brooks and Dunn and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band… to contemporary musicians like Marc Broussard, Hootie & The Blowfish, Kenny Loggins, Los Lonely Boys, and George Benson

His most recent project For You To See The Stars is in two parts, a book of short fiction, and a companion CD of the same name. Radney is about to begin a tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his iconic debut solo album, “Del Rio TX, 1959.” He’s also currently working on a second book of short fiction, and a side jazz project with his sons, The Space Cadet Quintet.

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This was such a fun conversation. We talk about Radney’s songwriting process and his prose process, about how he came to be a musician, about story telling and so much more. I’m grateful to Radney for the time and, as always, I’m grateful to you, our listeners and readers.

The Deckle Edge Blog & Podcast – Radney Foster – 10.10.22

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