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  • Episode 479: In Conversation with Rusty Sutton from The Glow Management

    Based in Durham, North Carolina, The Glow Management is rapidly becoming one of the most prestigious artist representation agencies in the world. Featuring acts like Bowerbirds, Phil Cook, Wye Oak, Sylvan Esso, and more, they have helped build and support a community of musicians that puts their humanity before commerce and that strive for sustainability…

  • WHAT Is Life Like For Dr. Ana In Romania?

    The 2nd Episode of my side series of the Daddy Unscripted podcast: We’re Here Alone Together (W.H.A.T.) features my longtime friend Ana who is a doctor in Bucharest, Romania. When I started this side project of my podcast, I immediately thought of Ana and a conversation I had with her a little over a month ago…

  • Mark Buley – (Odd Duck Market, Sour Duck) – Austin, TX

    This week, Host Chris Jacobs continues The Shift List’s feature on music and restaurants in Austin, Texas with Mark Buley, Chef and Partner at Odd Duck and Sour Duck Market. In 2009, Bryce Gilmore opened the Odd Duck Farm Food Truck to Trailer with his brother in South Austin. The trailer featured dishes utilizing fresh…

  • The Drop Daily—5 Things for 5/26/20

    Thanks for tuning in! UTS with Billy Strings. The wonderful bluegrass sensation Billy Strings is on the show! Billy shares 5 important songs with Tom and explains how they influenced his career.Eric Krasno with Mac Ayres. This week, Eric sat down in his studio in LA with up and coming R&B artist Mac Ayres. Mac talks…

  • Episode 098: Radio City Ghost w/ Robert Ker

    In Episode 098 we chat about the languid and mysterious version of Ghost from May 22, 2000, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, NY. To do so, we’re joined by Robert Ker (@bobbker /@phish2000at2020) to chat about the larger themes around the jam & run, plus dive deep into the worlds of…

  • Chris Funk of The Decemberists

    This episode features a chat with Chris Funk, guitarist of The Decemberists, who has a new solo album out. We get into those things as well as Chris’ history as a Deadhead, listening to some of his music along the way, before diving into a heavy slice of Grateful Dead music.Chris Funk’s new album, The…

  • #133 The Continuing Corona Chronicles With No Actual Corona

    We start with a great guest in the Green Room, Dan Jost. Dan is a smokin’ guitar player from the South Jerz/Philly area. Dan is doing a fundraiser on Facebook Live that will help provide PPE for the Inspira Hospital Group in South Jersey. Jump on Dan’s FB page to see how to donate. We’re…

  • Mac Ayres

    In this episode of Plus One, Eric sat down in his studio in LA with up and coming R&B artist Mac Ayres. Mac talks with Eric about how he started making music and his quickly growing, loyal fanbase. Mac shares how his songwriting has evolved since he first started making music, his first “aha” moment…

  • 065:Billy Strings

    The wonderful bluegrass sensation Billy Strings is on the show! Billy shares 5 important songs with Tom and explains how they influenced his career.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Heads Talking – A Little Herb and Lovingkindness

    This week on Heads Talking we are joined by our Oregon Family Jake and Brynn! We talk to Brynn about what herbs we should be taking to boost our immune systems, fire cider, and the potential of sitting with a tree to alleviate stress and we hear from Jake on raising our mindset and the…

  • The Drop Daily—MELD Interview

    Thank you for joining! Hope you enjoy. Brent Rademaker of Beachwood Sparks on No Simple Road. The crew has a special guest this week, Brent Rademaker from Beachwood Sparks and Gospel Beach. He also heads up his own record label, Curation Records. They talk about his history with Neal Casal, why he decided it was…

  • The Drop Daily—5 Things for 5/21/20

    Thanks for tuning in, let us know what you think of the program! Mickey Hart on Politics of Truth. This week Bob is joined once again by Bob Costa, National Political Reporter for The Washington Post and a long-time fan of our other guest, Mickey Hart. Mickey talks about music as a unifying force and its ability to enhance…

  • 154 – Curating The Future With Brent Rademaker

    This week on No Simple Road our guest is the one and only Brent Rademaker! Brent has been all around the music business from performing in bands like Beachwood Sparks and Gospel Beach to heading up his very own record label Curation Records! We get into some of Brent’s history with Neal Casal, why he…

  • The Drop Daily—5 Things for 5/20/20

    Welcome back to The Drop! Hope you enjoy! Road To Now 4th Anniversary! There was a lot happening when Bob and Ben launched the first episode of The Road to Now on May 19th, 2016. It was the year of a Presidential election, there was an intense feeling of partisanship in the air, and people were everywhere-…

  • #027 Keith Emerson (Emerson/Lake/Palmer)

    A never before published interview with Keith Emerson from 1992- In the interview Emerson talks about:- How technology has changed the way he plays- If it felt right getting back together with ELP- How the reunion came to be- Why he thinks he was overlooked as a solo artist- The stigma attached to keyboardist- How…

  • Episode 478: A-Ha’s ‘Scoundrel Days’, the Sophomore Slump, and You

    In 1985 Norway’s A-Ha conquered the airwaves with their debut album Hunting High And Low, and its groundbreaking video for the single “Take On Me.” One year later, they released Scoundrel Days — a darker, and in many ways more innovative, record — which charted here in America but was quickly forgotten even as the…

  • Episode 81: DELANILA’s Overloaded

    This latest episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast finds host Michael Shields in conversation with composer, musician, and performer Danielle Eva Schwob. Originally from London but based in New York, Schwob is a “notable cross-genre composer” (The New Yorker) and “worldly musical chameleon” (TimeOut) with “deep roots in rock music” (NY Times) who…

  • GWE — The Interviews: Eric Slick (Dr. Dog)

    God Ween Evan continues its periodic interview series, where someone in or around Ween and the Ween community chews the fat with the team. Next up is singer, songwriter, and drummer Eric Slick. Slick is often recognized as a drummer with rock acts including Dr Dog and Natalie Prass, but to label this octopoidal beast…

  • Chef Fermín Núñez (Suerte) – Austin, TX

    This week, our first in a series of shows from Austin, Texas, starting off with Fermín Núñez, executive chef of East Austin’s Mexican-inspired restaurant Suerte and Eater Austin’s 2018 chef of the year.  As you’ll soon discover, Chef Fermín is a man with a mission: To create the perfect tortilla, every single day. As he…

  • The Drop Daily—5 Things for 5/19/20

    Thanks for tuning in! Hope you all enjoy what you hear. 36 From the Vault—Dick’s Picks 9, 9/16/90. In episode 9 Steve and Rob take you to Madison Square Garden in New York City on 9/16/90. This is a different kind of Dick’s Picks, just two months after Brent Mydland passed. They have two new…