“We didn’t want to owe anyone and we didn’t want to be influenced by somebody else. Also, there’s no magic button to hit. You don’t just score the record deal and make the record. Make the record yourself if you want to make a record. You might have to eat some Ramen noodles but you can get it done.” - Evan Felker
The band taped the ten minute episode in front of Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa. During the episode, they play “Easton & Main”, named for the streets that intersect where Cain’s sits.
Stoney LaRue was featured on “Concrete Country” on August 6.