SG Goodman: Keep It Humble

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Singer-songwriter SG Goodman on growing up in a farming family in Western Kentucky before becoming a beacon for the progressive south, how music in many ways saved her life when she had to leave her farm life behind, and also gave her a way to honor her family's southern storytelling tradition, and how to maintain that Old Time Feeling (also the name of her debut album) in a modern world.

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