Having a famous father is something many would find to be daunting. The idea that there's this inescapable shadow that you have to constantly outrun isn't what many would want for their careers. Luckily for Lilly Hiatt, she never has to worry about such a things, especially after releasing her vital album, Trinity Lane. It's an album that reminds one to "live their truth" which is a task that's, of course, easier said than done. Throughout the album, Hiatt finds strength within her troubled experiences; bringing light out of the darkness while still being the bad ass rocker that she is.

For the latest edition of the 405 Exchange podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre spoke to Lilly about how she found herself in solitude, the story behind her song 'The Night David Bowie Died', tackling the misconceptions about country music, and being back on the road after a long absence. Check out their conversation below.

“I had no one to talk to during the moment David Bowie died…”

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