Series 1 - Episode 9: Ledfoot, the American singer-songwriter and 12-string guitarist who originated gothic blues

Season 1, Episode 9,  Nov 03, 2020, 03:30 PM

Tim Scott McConnell, is the American singer-songwriter and 12-string guitarist who now performs under the name Ledfoot. He is known as the 'Master of Gothic Blues', a music genre he created. He started touring at the age of 15. His song High Hopes was released by Bruce Springsteen in 2013. For  a period he headed the LA band the Havelinas. In 2007 he released his first Ledfoot album and started touring heavily in Europe as a solo performer. He talks about his approach to being a singer-songwriter, how he developed gothic blues and how, far from drying up as he has got older, he now has enough material to write about. The podcast includes two of his songs 'Wayward Son' and 'Shutup' from 'A death divine', his new album  with Ronni le Tekro.  soloist and lead guitarist with Norwegian band TNT.