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A Conversation with Ray Wylie Hubbard

(06/11/10) SESAC affiliate, Ray Wylie Hubbard stopped by the SESAC Nashville office and chatted with Tim Fink. See video clips below as Ray talks about topics ranging from the Americana Music Association to the early days of his career. For more info about this legendary Texas songwriter visit raywylie.com.

At about the age of 42, Ray made some changes that helped to launch his career as a songwriter. [1:01]

Where does inspiration come from to write a song? [0:45]

"Drunken Poets Dream" written by Ray Wylie Hubbard and Hayes Carll, performed by Ray Wylie Hubbard, is nominated for Song Of the Year by the Americana Music Association, 2010 Awards. [1:05]

On his 2010 Americana Music nominations for Artist Of The Year, Album Of The Year for A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment (Hint: There is no C) and Song Of The Year for "Drunken Poets Dream."  [1:08]

Ray Wylie talks about inspiring young songwriters and gives advice. [1:09]

On writing a screenplay called "The Last Rights Of Ransom Pride," Ray talks about the creative process and the business. [2:04]