Too often people assume that those of us in the field of music recording had a distinct idea of what we wanted to do when we started. The truth is almost always that it’s a wild and unpredictable path we end up on. Vance Powell is a perfect example.
His work has earned him three Grammy awards (Jars of Clay, Buddy Guy, and The Raconteurs). Along the way he’s recorded with a wide variety of artists, including Keb’ Mo’, Martina McBride, The Secret Machines, Karen Elson and of course Jack White. Larry Crane ran around Nashville on a crazy tour with Vance for 11 hours one day and, near the end, they sat down to chat.
Disclaimer: This audio recording was not originally tracked with the intent of using for a podcast. It was recorded solely for transcription for our print interview (see issue #82). Please forgive any balance issues, background sounds, and lack of clarity.
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