Recovery Stories from the Music Industry

An interview series with musicians in recovery

Langhorne Slim

A sober Langhorne Slim builds a beautiful ‘Mansion’ out of the ashes

Brad Warren

Through sobriety, songwriter Brad Warren finds gratitude even in tragedy

Trey Lewis

Fourteen years into sobriety, ‘keep coming back’ pays off for Trey Lewis

Nimai Larson

Nimai Larson finds growth and beauty in sobriety’s Second Surrender

Tim Easton

Three chords & the truth: In recovery, Tim Easton gets more real than ever

Stefan T

Sobriety gives producer, musician Stefan T a high no drug could ever touch

Jon Foulk

Delivered by grace: In sobriety, Jon Foulk sings ‘A New Song’

Hand Drawn Maps

From sadness to hope: The sober paradigm shift of Hand Drawn Maps

Park City Song Summit

Music, hope, sobriety: Park City Song Summit is a week of musical healing

Idgy Dean

Already a whirlwind, cosmic rocker Idgy Dean gets supercharged by sobriety

elia einhorn

Clean at 17: Elia Einhorn builds a career and a purpose through sobriety

Tyler Pope

LCD Soundsystem’s Tyler Pope reflects on grace, music and sobriety

Why The Ties That Bind Us? It’s taken from literature from one of the 12 Step programs: “The ties that bind us together are stronger than those that would tear us apart.”

What about the 11th Tradition? “Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio and film.” This is an important part of all 12 Step fellowships, which is why we won’t be identifying the specific fellowships, if any, to which our interview subjects belong. However, their discussion of their own recovery and sobriety, we feel, falls under the purview of “attraction,” and we’re honored they’ve agreed to allow us to tell their stories.

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