It was great to catch up with Manitoba folk/alt-country/roots singer-songwriter Fuller Hull!
We talked about the one-year anniversary of his debut solo record, navigating the music business during a pandemic, future plans for live shows (with an emphasis on rural Manitoba, and a whole lot more.
Want more Fuller Hull? Hear him on episode 570 from March 2021.
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