Grayson Capps, “Coconut Moonshine”
“Coconut Moonshine,” says Grayson Capps, laughing out loud at the title of the second song on his new album, The Lost Cause Minstrels. “It was such a weird couple of words to put together.”
After living for 20 years in New Orleans, Capps and his partner, the gifted producer Trina Shoemaker, moved to Franklin, Tennessee, and set up a studio in a barn where Capps made 2008’s Rott ‘N’ Roll and Shoemaker mixed albums by Dylan LeBlanc and others. (The couple now live in Fairhope, Alabama, where Capps grew up.)
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