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Isbell would go watch David Hood and others perform.
It took a while, but once he finally got up the nerve to tell them he played, they'd have him sit in with them, which resulted in friendship and mentorship.
Southeastern won Album of the Year, Isbell was named Artist of the Year, and the song "Cover Me Up" was named Song of the Year.
In 2014, his song "Cover Me Up" was used as the weather for the Welcome to Night Vale episode "Visitor".
“It’s traditional Southern cuisine with a healthy twist,” she says.
“We were planning on releasing a full cookbook with this album, but the book is not quite finished.” Life on the farm can be idyllic, but for Shonna Tucker, it also seems to have served as a muse.
Her Twitter pics are as likely to be of kitchen creations or freshly picked okra as snapshots from the road or studio.
Combining her loves, Tucker has a little treat in store for fans who pick up the new album—a fold-out poster featuring six original recipes.
Isbell spent his childhood attending both the Pentecostal church and the stricter Church of Christ, which permitted only singing (no musical instruments).
He got to know session bassist David Hood, the father of Drive-By Truckers co-founder Patterson Hood, because Hood was in the Florence, Alabama, area and played around town on Friday and Saturday nights in local restaurants and bars.
By this time, Patterson Hood and his future Drive-By Truckers co-founder, Mike Cooley, were older and had moved out of town.
On April 5, 2007, Isbell announced that he was no longer a member of Drive-By Truckers.
The following day, Patterson Hood confirmed the break on the band's official site.
In March 2012, they made their debut appearance as Shonna Tucker and Eye Candy opening for Cracker at the 40 Watt in Athens.