"It wasn't called the Waco Brothers yet -- it was called Jonboy & Deano's Church of Country and Western Music. And it was at the Rainbo Club in Chicago. It was just me and Dean doing maudlin country covers. And Tracey [Dear] turned up with a mandolin and got on stage. They paid us some money and gave us free beer, and we thought, 'We should do more of these.'" —Jon Langford on the Waco Brothers' first-ever show, as told to Cameron Matthews of The Bluegrass Situation
Read more musings from Mr. Langford in the interview HERE. He touches on everything from Chicago politics to Bernie Sanders to getting older...and of course the new album Going Down in History, which you can snag on CD, vinyl LP, or digital here.