Episode 42: Corb Lund

Photo by Jessica Brandi Lifland.

Show Summary 

Canadian singer/songwriter Corb Lund talks about his family history, old cowboy songs, Marty Robbins, Ian Tyson, authenticity, his diverse audience, and tells the story of his parents putting on a rodeo in Zambia. Don't miss his live version of S Lazy H at the end. 


Today's episode is sponsored by the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.

Buy tickets to Bridging the 49th, featuring Corb Lund, Colter Wall, Ian Tyson, and other Canadian cowboy performers here. 

Andy recites "The Creak of the Leather" by Bruce Kiskaddon 


Quotes from this Episode

"There's always been groups of people that never could see eye to eye 
And I always thought if they ever had a chance to sit down and talk face to face 
They might realize they got a lot in common." - Chris LeDoux, This Cowboy's Hat 

Links for this Episode 

Find out more about Corb Lund

Buy tickets to the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. 


Recorded, edited, and produced by Andy Hedges. 

Theme music: Texas Traveler by Hal Cannon.

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