Articles and Interviews
Cary Hudson ascribes to two important tenants of the Guy Clark school of songwriting. First, write about what you know. Second, the more specific your personal experience, the more universal the message. Take, for example, "Snow in Mississippi," the opening track on "Bittersweet Blues," Hudson's third solo album since disbanding the pioneering alt.-country outfit Blue Mountain. "I remember one winter I was 10, when the big snow fell like it would never end," Hudson sings. "Weatherman said there'll be no school today, so we dressed up warm and went out to play." ...