Dave Cobb really encouraged me to sing with the live tracks while we were recording it. In high school, he played trumpet and French horn. The title track of Decoration Day was revealed by Isbell in the 2014 Live from Lincoln Center concert to be a true story about his family members. Tucker grew up in Killen, Alabama, receiving her first bass at age 12, a gift from her father. On June 15, 2014, Isbell teamed with Hood and Mike Cooley for a benefit at the Shoals Theater in Florence, Alabama. [3][4][5], Isbell was born in Green Hill, Alabama, two miles from the Alabama/Tennessee state line,[6] the son of interior designer mother Angela Hill Barnett and house painter Mike Isbell. [19], Isbell recorded and contributed many songs to Drive-by Truckers for their next three albums, 2003's Decoration Day, 2004's The Dirty South, and 2006's A Blessing and a Curse. The two were part of the band's documentary, The Secret to a Happy Ending. ", Tucker released a series of instructional cooking videos on YouTube, entitled "Sweet Soul Cookin' with Shonna Tucker". 7 on Top Rock Albums,[20] selling 18,000 copies in its first week. 8 on the Billboard Triple A chart[27] and at No. In 2012, Isbell supported singer-songwriter Ryan Adams on his tour. Le groupe publie un onzième album, American Band, le 30 septembre 2016. [25] In August 2015, Hood joined Isbell onstage and played a couple of Drive-By Truckers songs together in Hood's new adopted hometown of Portland, Oregon.[26]. (C) 2015 Southeastern Records http://www.vevo.com/watch/QMHBS1500100 [40][41] On May 11, 2016, Isbell, a four-time winner, was nominated for three more Americana Music Honors & Awards: Album of the Year (Something More Than Free), Song of the Year ("24 Frames"), and Artist of the Year. [7] Isbell has discussed getting sober extensively, saying he drank Jack Daniel's and did cocaine during his time with Drive-By Truckers in his late 20s—a time he does not remember very clearly. Southeastern is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Jason Isbell, released on June 11, 2013 on Southeastern Records. Isbell has won 6 awards out of 11 nominations. Script error: No such module "citation/CS1". "[18], The track, "Yvette", which deals with sexual abuse, is a companion piece to the track, "Daisy Mae", on Isbell's previous studio album, Here We Rest (2011). "[16], The album debuted at No. The deluxe version of the album contains an additional four tracks. "[6] In another positive review, Craig Manning of AbsolutePunk wrote "Like Southeastern, Something More Than Free is a masterwork, and while I'm not sure if I quite agree with Isbell that it's better than Southeastern, it certainly offers a different (but equally satisfying) experience. Both played solo acoustic sets. 6, and on the Top Country Albums as well as the Top Rock Albums charts at No. Tom Petty, Blue Öyster Cult, et Neil Young influenceront aussi le style de l'album[7]. [24] The sold-out acoustic performance was the first time Isbell had performed with his former bandmates since they split in 2007. "[16] [7][8] Isbell's mother was only 17 years old (and his father 19 years old) when he was born[9] and is the subject of a song, "Children of Children". Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. [4] For most of her career in the band, she was married to guitarist Jason Isbell, though the two eventually divorced.