Articles and Interviews
James Otto's debut was a long time in coming. It's not that the Washington native has taking his sweet old time. It's that his album, "Days of Our Lives," has. The disc originally was slated for release in spring 2003. But due to a single or two not doing so well, the disc was delayed. He also ended up returning to the recording studio and cut four more tracks, including the title cut. "It was tough," says Otto in a telephone interview from Nashville where he has lived since 1998. "It was ...