Rod Picott

Listen to country music by Rod Picott.

Rod Picott is a singer-songwriter whose music incorporates elements of Americana, alt-country, and folk. I saw him perform twice at Cactus Cafe in Austin opening for his friend Slaid Cleaves the first time, and appearing with Amanda Shires the other time. He will also be playing at SXSW 2015.

Playlist

Here is my playlist with some of his songs.

Rod Picott (Playlist) – 8 songs, 28 min

 

Albums

Here are his studio albums.

Fortune (2015) – 12 songs, 39 min

 

Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 11 songs, 39 min

 

Welding Burns (2011) – 10 songs, 34 min

 

Summerbirds (2007) – 11 songs, 36 min

 

Girl From Arkansas (2004) – 11 songs, 34 min

 

Stray Dogs (2002) – 12 songs, 39 min

 

Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues (2001) – 10 songs, 40 min

 

Videos

Here are some videos.

Until I’m Satisfied on Fortune (2015) – 4 min 28 sec

 

Elbow Grease on Fortune (2015) – 4 min 33 sec

 

I Was Not Worth Your Love on Fortune (2015) – 3 min 41 sec

 

I Might Be Broken Now on Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 4 min 56 sec

 

You’re Not Missing Anything on Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 4 min 17 sec

 

Where No One Knows Your Name on Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 4 min 37 sec

 

Mobile Home on Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 4 min 38 sec

 

65 Falcon on Hang Your Hopes On A Crooked Nail (2014) – 3 min 50 sec

 

Rust Belt Fields on Welding Burns (2011) – 4 min 11 sec

 

Welder Burns on Welding Burns (2011) – 3 min 29 sec

 

Little Scar on Welding Burns (2011) – 2 min 28 sec

 

Broke Down on Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues (2001) – 4 min 56 sec

 

Links

These are links to his website, social media, and general information.

These are links to artist pages at popular music players and music stores.

Photo credit: Fortune  @ Amazon (album cover).

2 thoughts on “Rod Picott

    • Country is a broad category. His music was described as Americana, alt-country, and folk. He grew up in Maine but now lives in Nashville. He was childhood friend of Slaid Cleaves, with whom he has written several songs.

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