Editor’s Note: Rob Morrison of New York based folk/Americana band The Booklights recently appeared on the Madness To Creation Podcast. We get into how I compared them to The Band and Fleetwood Mac, along with their songs and the stories behind the songs on their latest record “Into A Ball.” It was a meaningful and deep discussion about mental health, music, the creative process and how The Booklights reunited after all these years. Fans can check out the music video for “My Woman, The Almanac” via YouTube and also check out The Booklights on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their official website.
Check out this episode featuring Rob Morrison of The Booklights via SoundCloud below:
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