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Songwriter Session: Kelsey Waldon

2
March
Saturday

12-12:45 pm

45 Min

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After moving to Nashville from Kentucky, singer-songwriter and recording artist Kelsey Waldon released a series of EPs, then two critically acclaimed self-released albums: The Goldmine (2014) and I’ve Got a Way (2016). In 2019, she signed a recording contract with John Prine’s Oh Boy Records, becoming the label’s first new signee in fifteen years. With Oh Boy, Waldon has released two full-length albums: 2019’s White Noise/White Lines—featuring the single “Kentucky, 1988,” which topped Rolling Stone’s list of the year’s best country and Americana songs, and 2022’s No Regular Dog, recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Shooter Jennings. She has performed with Jamey Johnson, Willie Nelson, John Prine, and Tanya Tucker. Presented in support of the exhibition American Currents: State of the Music, which includes artifacts on loan from Waldon. Ford Theater. Included with Museum admission. Program ticket required. Free to Museum members.

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After moving to Nashville from Kentucky, singer-songwriter and recording artist Kelsey Waldon released a series of EPs, then two critically acclaimed self-released albums: The Goldmine (2014) and I’ve Got a Way (2016). In 2019, she signed a recording contract with John Prine’s Oh Boy Records, becoming the label’s first new signee in fifteen years. With Oh Boy, Waldon has released two full-length albums: 2019’s White Noise/White Lines—featuring the single “Kentucky, 1988,” which topped Rolling Stone’s list of the year’s best country and Americana songs, and 2022’s No Regular Dog, recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Shooter Jennings. She has performed with Jamey Johnson, Willie Nelson, John Prine, and Tanya Tucker. Presented in support of the exhibition American Currents: State of the Music, which includes artifacts on loan from Waldon. Ford Theater. Included with Museum admission. Program ticket required. Free to Museum members.

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