Eight Fourty-Eight's Steve Edwards interviewed Nan Warshaw and Rob Miller, co-founders of the mighty Bloodshot Records, on your Chicago Public Radio.
They discussed the label's origin, its history and its future.
Other Bloodshot notes: They are celebrating their "unwavering love of classic country music" with a Bloodshot Revival cassette tape sale -- $4 each or 3 for $10! And the new Bottle Rockets' album, Zoysia, will debut on June 6.
UPDATE: The Bottle Rockets, America's Greatest Rock and Roll Combo, will be playing at the Beat Kitchen on June 10. It's a Saturday, so even suburban working stiffs can join the fun. You can get your tickets here.
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