Sixty Watt Scott interviewed by Cowboy’s Juke Joint May 3, 2020

Cowboy’s Juke Joint is a podcast radio show that plays “the harder side of blues and southern rock” from all kinds of great bands from around the world. They’ve played almost the entire Black Cat Bone 616 discography in the last several months, and recently requested that I come on the show for an interview. The interview can be found in the first segment of Episode 112 and is available on their archive

Sixty Watt Scott/Black Cat Bone 616 on Cowboy’s Juke Joint May, 2020

The interview covers some of the history of the band, how we developed our style, and our approach to songwriting. At the time of the interview we are already at 6 weeks or more into the Covid-19 pandemic, so the ramifications of that on the band also are discussed in the interview. We talked about the possible future projects on the horizon for the band as well.

Cowboy’s Juke Joint Podcast on Spotify

Mike and Mitch from Cowboy’s Juke Joint have been playing a few tracks from Black Cat Bone on their podcast on the interwebs lately. They play a pretty kick ass mix of “Gritty Blues Rock and Southern Rock bands from around the world; you’ve never heard before, and sharing them with passionate music lovers the world over . ”

It’s nice to get a little appreciation from people outside of my tiny little universe here in Grand Rapids, MI. It’s especially cool that they help spread the work to like-minded music fans I would never find on my own! Folks like these are keeping the independent music revolution going strong.

Give them a little listen. Submit your favorite independent artist’s link to them. Help keep independent music alive!

-Scott/Black Cat Bone

Southbound I-35 mini-review of Black Cat Bone

Southbound I-35 is an awesome podcast out of Austin Texas that features all kinds of great information and news about some serious southern music, primarily focused on good ol’ Texas.

Over on SBI35.com they’ve just released episode 43, which mentions Black Cat Bone in the “Texas Wants You Anyways” segment at the tail end of a really interesting episode.

We are honored that host David Ryan thought enough of us to include a taste of our song “I don’t worry much” in his review of Black Cat Bone.

DO yourself a favor and check out SBI35.com and learn about some really great American music that you might not have heard about yet!