Rodney Crowell – “Everything at Once”: Keith’s DJ Pick of the Week


This week, The Rev’s DJ Pick is “Everything at Once” by Rodney Crowell! Born and raised in Texas, Crowell got his start as a songwriter after moving to Nashville in 1972. He then played rhythm guitar for Emmylou Harris, and started the band The Cherry Bombs in the late 70s. He started his solo career with Warner Bros. Records in ’78, releasing his debut album Ain’t Living Long Like This. Later switching to Columbia Records in the 80s, Crowell went on to to win a Grammy for “Best Country Song” in 1990. Working with artists such as Johnny Cash, Ringo Starr, Keith Urban, and Tim McGraw, Rodney Crowell is a music legend.

“Everything at Once” featuring Jeff Tweedy was released last month and is one of the songs from his upcoming album The Chicago Sessions, debuting May 5, 2023. In a press release, Crowell describes the album as “innocent.” He says “It’s just me and the band in a room together, loose and live and having fun.” “Everything at Once” is exactly that. Innocent and fun. Backed by a lighthearted melody and instrumentals, the song reflects on life and society. How the good, the bad, and the ugly happen all at once.

Tune in to 100.1 FM or all week to hear “Everything at Once” by Rodney Crowell, Keith’s DJ Pick of the Week. Share your thoughts on the track by tagging #L100DJPicks on Twitter.