The Two-time Grammy winner and 2016 Life achievement “Wagonmaster” award receiver sat down and talked about his recent album “London Southern” his influence and growing up, following his career where he mentioned a recent discovery! which you have to listen in order to know what I’m talking about. (*Hint it involves a missing record.) A little background on Jim Lauderdale and his exciting career, which spanned over 25 years [still counting] 29 records released. Working with numerous musicians, including the late Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanly, Elvis Costello, and Grateful Dead Lyricist Robert Hunter who both managed to write up to “100 songs” that were published in six albums. 3 of those 6 were released in a course of 3 months apart in the same year! The man is in no hurry to slow down anytime soon. Buddy Miller, Lee Ann Womack, Garry Allan and Dave Edmonds, the list is too big to fit everyone among others who had covered and worked with Jim Lauderdale. His taste in music is as versatile as his album showcases over the course of 29 released records.