When I call up Kelsey Waldon to talk about her new record White Noise, White Lines, she’s sitting on the front porch of her home in rural Davidson County, Tenn., nestled along the Cumberland River outside Nashville. It’s less than two hours from her hometown of Monkey’s Eyebrow, Ky., (that’s the town’s real name!) where her family still resides. I hear the sound of cicadas and her voice—and absolutely nothing else.
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