• James Tristan Redding
• Chris Gantry
• Davis Raines
• Jon Byrd
An Evening With The Outlaws
Live at the Historic Springwater
Supper Club & Lounge
"A Night On The Townes"
Birthday party for Townes Van Zandt,
organized by James and featuring:
- Rodney Crowell
- Susie Monick
- John Lomax III
- Rick Carnes
- Hannah Fairlight
- and many more
"80 Years Young"
Family and friends gather in Galveston, Texas to celebrate the 80th birthday of our favorite living legend, outlaw songwriter and wildman Chris Gantry.
The Station Inn
James sits in during the weekly world famous Bluegrass Jam on a Sunday night in Nashville, photo courtesy of world class songwriter George Murtie who also sat in (and frankly could probably play circles around James in bluegrass!).
Nashville Rescue Mission
Since 2019, James and Ray Newman have taken a weekly music ministry down to the Rescue Mission. Their set list includes everything from gospel to country, and international hit songs to original music.
In The Round
James joined hit writers Mark Narmore, Steve Dean, and Kent Blazy for an unforgettable songwriters round on the Analog stage at the Hutton Hotel.
Nothing like learning from the pros!
Outpost In The Burbs
James was invited to join Jim Lauderdale for a gorgeous outdoor summer concert at the Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair, NJ.
Between the stories and the songs, James' jokes and Jim's wardrobe, it was certainly a night to remember.
A Sailor's Prayer
James has been singing Rod MacDonald's song, "A Sailor's Prayer", for decades and across all fifty U.S. states. Finally having a real conversation was Rod was long overdue but well worth the wait.
Rick & Janis Carnes
James met Rick and Janis before the pandemic, at a small living room round.
The group stayed connected on Zoom throughout the pandemic, and it was a wonderful feeling when everyone could finally get together in person again.
When James left his hometown to pursue unspecified but very big dreams, he brought along barely anything. And in doing so, he discovered a useful principle. Maybe the less one carries physically, the more room one has available for other things.