Over the week of September 19-24, 2016 - Luck Reunion and Third Man holed up in an East Nashville mansion - bringing together Americana's finest for inspired collaborations. For 5 days, artists set up in the parlor room of the pop-up Luck Mansion to perform for audiences of no more than 15 covering classics – from Guy Clark to Concrete Blonde – or, in some cases, a brand new song co-written by the pair on-the-spot. The tape was rolling for the entire week with Third Man engineers at the helm, capturing these stunning performances to take beyond the walls of the mansion to showcase the soulful collaborations that occurred. Rayland Baxter's music is at once otherworldly and down to earth, steeped in singer/songwriters such as Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. Alternatively, Dylan LeBlanc arranges a moody and earnest atmosphere that characterizes the high-highs and low-lows of 20-something life. Their collective style falls closest to Cohen's Tennessee cabin sessions, a wounded hopeful tone that seems borne out of desires not met.