Royal Wade Kimes – A Legend In Independent Country – Episode 17

Royal Wade Kimes

Royal Wade Kimes In The Nashville Rocks Studios

Royal Wade Kimes - episodeartDisclaimer. Nashville Rocks in Nashville, TN is graced with the presence of a real life independent country music legend. Royal Wade Kimes sits and chats with host, Jason R. Coleman about his history and future in the music business.

Royal shares his tracks Cut The Line and Wayward Wind and talks about how these songs came about.

Royal performs an acoustic version of his song Hello Lonely in the Nashville Rocks Studios and is making it available for a free download on the website! Get it HERE!

For the full episode and more information on Royal, click the button below to see the artist page and show notes.



What we covered


  • Wonderment Records
  • Ford, Jeep
  • 2nd Amendment Foundation
  • Rawhide
  • Songwriting
  • Jam Bands
  • Art
  • Taylors and Company
  • Novels
  • Books In Motion
  • Celebrity Championship in TRAP
  • Dixie Burns
  • CD Baby


Venues and Places

  • Performing Arts Centers
  • Rodeos
  • River Boats


Tour Information

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2 thoughts on “Royal Wade Kimes – A Legend In Independent Country – Episode 17

  1. Maggie Wenning

    Wow… I was getting all set and ready to do the mundane job of cleaning out my closet and thought
    I would listen to Royal Wade Kimes: A Legend In Independent Country, Episode 17.
    RWK ,offers a style lacking in today’s ” modern country ” RWK is an “old school crooner” when you hear his music , you will stop and loop his song several times and with each loop you will hear something new , something different and smile to yourself thinking … this is how country music should be.
    I enjoy the story of how RWK found his way to “Nashville’s Music Row”.RWK worked his reality while, working his dream… love the story of RWK selling his cd’s to convenience stores , he was willing to do the ” hard work” , something I find lacking today in many areas of life.
    I have had the pleasure of attending several of RWK’s shows and he sounds amazing live , as well as his cd’s , this cowboy does not need alot of ” studio time” and his shows always please.
    RWK gives you a gift in his songs , through the melody & lyrics his songs finds a way to your heart and takes you back to a special place and time of your life, conjuring up memories that roll down your face.. RWK talked of when he heard George Jones , “He Stopped Lovin’ Her Today” , RWK , shared how he pulled over to the side of the road and cried while listen to Jones song. Well I too have experience that feeling several times while listening to RWK’s song and I believe when an artist makes you feel the music and you shake your head and say “damn” well that person is doing their job well.
    Thank you for choosing to hightlight RWK and I look forward to listening to more Nashville Rocks Podcast !
    Life Is Good,
    Maggie Wenning
    Georgetown , Indiana

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