Episode 8

September 01, 2022



Hosted by

Manny Chevrolet René Coman
Troubled Men Podcast

Show Notes

The Americana-noir recording artist comes in on a wave of stellar reviews for her latest, “Wallowing In The Night,” the follow-up to 2020’s acclaimed “Fear of Living, Fear of Loving” recorded entirely on her phone. No stranger to adversity, she’s endured a carjacking, RV breakdowns, and the collapse of her touring band, and that’s just this summer. Undeterred, Shawn enters the Feral Zone to tell the tale as we react to the tragic loss of our dear comrade Carlo Nuccio and recount a few treasured memories of good times with the larger-than-life drummer.

Topics include Jeff Treffinger, Swiss recording sessions, the Glyn Styler band, banned from the Red Room, one last gig, Carlo Fest, working for the Nooch, a cover story, prolific output, early songwriting, local roots, a radio career, a New York move, Dick Clark, back to new Orleans, a nonsense memory, a first meeting, Tom Stern, Blue Velvet Studio, an innocent approach, a first record, solo touring, a fortune cookie, a pandemic tour, French Quarter life, playing the Sturgis bike rally, frank lyrics, family dynamics, corporate radio, Jimi Palacios, Bruce Barielle, a live band, a cruel summer, big news, Roxy Bergeron, and much more.

Intro music: "The Trucker Takes A Wife" by Styler/Coman

Break and Outro music: "Someone Else" and "If You're Gonna Leave" from "Wallowin' In The Night" by Shawn Williams

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