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A place isn’t a place until it is remembered and a story isn’t a story until it is told.Springfield music is a very big story from the center of nowhere.When Lou wasn’t with those artists, he recorded Springfield church groups and up and coming rockers.He was the first to take a chance on the popular Springfield alt rock band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin.Lou scrawled out important phone numbers on a white sheet of notebook paper and handed it over to me.The magazine’s second installment looked at all the musicians to make the considerable effort to get to Springfield to record with Lou and his own “Wrecking Crew”: Robbie Fulks, Dave Alvin, Wilco, Jonathan Richman, The Del-Lords, Mary Mc Bride, Syd Straw, the Bottle Rockets and many more.
People must listen to each other and celebrate the unique threads of community.
That isolation is why there is such purity in the art.
And that is why of all the mid-sized cities in America, Springfield has the most overlooked music scene. “The Center of Nowhere” is also about community and how its unique culture influences the music. 165,000) is where Route 66 was born and where Springfield-style cashew chicken was created.
I learned many things from nearly 30 visits to Springfield, Mo. but paramount is the way to live through the spirit of music.
Unfiltered rhythms of life are everywhere in the “Queen City of the Ozarks” ; in the bars, the cars, the art , the photography, the food. Our 90-minute documentary is called “The Center of Nowhere, The Spirit and Sounds of Springfield, Mo.” It premieres May 20 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.