The third episode of The JamBase Podcast is now available to stream or download via your preferred podcast provider. Episode Three features hosts Scott Bernstein and Andy Kahn who are back with another installment bringing listeners news, insights and interviews all with a focus on live music.
Once again, “The Rundown” opens the show as AK and ScottyB recap a number of New Year’s Run concerts that took place over the weekend. The pair of editors detail recent celebratory performances by Phish, My Morning Jacket, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident, Umphrey’s McGee, the Disco Biscuits, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Phil Lesh & Friends, Greensky Bluegrass and Turkuaz.
Scotty and Andy then can be heard discussing “The Art Of The Setlist” with Warren Haynes. The interview took place backstage at The Beacon Theatre in New York City ahead of Gov’t Mule‘s guest-filled show on December 30. Haynes discusses his approach to presenting songs to Mule audiences and shares details of his process with The Allman Brothers Band, including the input he received from the late great Gregg Allman.
Episode three wraps up with “Tour Stories” featuring three of the nine members of Brooklyn-based funk rock group Turkuaz. Guitarist Dave Brandwein, bassist Taylor Shell and drummer Michelangelo Carubba met up with AK at The Cabooze in Minneapolis to recount two wild experiences from the road. Listen to hear about a band-wide bout of food poisoning and a truly elevated show held on April 20 in Denver shortly after Colorado legalized marijuana.
The broadcast schedule for this weekend’s free webcast featuring select sets from the SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta has been revealed.
The latest episode of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features”The Rundown,” our first “Mailbag” segment, G. Love on the debut of “Worst Show Ever” and Eric Krasno discussing his “Musical Mentors.”
Harmonica player Hook Herrera sat-in during several parts of Gov’t Mule’s 2018 Spring Tour opening show last night in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
JamBase contributor Chad Berndtson shares his thoughts accompanied by Andrew Blackstein’s photos and a handful of videos from As The Crow Flies’ tour opener in Port Chester.
The Trey Anastasio Trio took the stage for the first time since 1999 on Tuesday night at the House Of Blues in Cleveland.
The Magpie Salute, featuring a trio of former The Black Crowes members, have confirmed a number of upcoming tour dates.