will-oldham_dwight-yoakam-hhh.jpgLast year Filter magazine had a light bulb of an idea getting native Kentucky songwriters/actors Dwight Yoakam and Will Oldham to interview one another. Upon seeing the artwork for the feature I knew I had to scan it for you good folks to see with your own eyes. Awesome, no? Being a huge fan of both, this joint interview, entitled ‘Kings At Night” was a real treat. Unfortunately I do not see an online version to link to, but if you know of one, leave a URL in the comments.

Elsewhere: Oldham fan? If so, do not miss out on the Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy show that Big-O is hosting right now. Recorded April 12, 2006 at Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland a radio program aired this except from the show. The Bonnie Prince is backed by the Harem Scarem band. See details here.

Download:
MP3: Dwight Yoakam :: It Won’t Hurt
MP3: Palace Music :: A King At Night
MP3: Dwight Yoakam :: This Drinkin’ Will Kill Me
MP3: Palace Music :: Horses
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Amazon: Dwight Yoakam – dwightyoakamacoustic.net
Amazon: Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Ease On Down The Road
Amazon: Palace Music – Lost Blues And Other Songs
www.dwightyoakam.com ++ www.bonnieprincebilly.com

+ Dwight Yoakam available through eMusic’s 25 Free MP3 trial offer.
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+ Visit
The Hype Machine for additional Will Oldham & Dwight Yoakam MP3s.

6 Responses to “Sons of Kentucky :: Dwight Yoakam & Will Oldham”

  1. the new site looks great! love the oldham artwork as well 🙂

  2. the horror! the horror! that’s an image that won’t be leaving my retinas anytime soon. thanks, drunkard dude!

  3. The guitar solo in “Horses” is one of my all-time faves.

  4. Would you happen to have the Bonnie Prince Billy version of “Horses?” The version in this video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=RnhKUm4HitU

    Love to have it.

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  6. Hey there
    Thru the courtesy of a fellow Dwight fan here’s the url to the article:
    http://filter-mag.com/index.php?id=14492&c=2
    enjoy

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