Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, singer-songwriter Jerry Hull made the big jump 17 years ago to the UK, where he lives today. He's got years and years of show stories, and he shares a few of them, including one where a malfunctioning piano required some impressive improvisation. He talks about some of his favorite venues in England and Memphis and how he adapted to the new life.
Jerry has a new album out, “When You Were Famous.” It's got some pretty great stories, and Jerry talks about these, including one song that he cannot listen to—it's just too personal.
After the interview, I'll be playing three of Jerry's songs—“Claire,” “Matchbox Cover,” and “Punky, I Love You.”