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  • Episode 485: Immanuel Wilkin’s ‘Omega’ And New Music From The Dead Tongues And Ego Ella May

    On an all-new episode of Discologist, we’re taking you on a musical journey with three great releases from three completely different genres. The first stop is the refined folk of North Carolina’s The Dead Tongues and their new album Transmigration Blues. Next, we’re moving on to the London scene and Ego Ella May’s uplifting Honey For Wounds. And finally,…

  • Episode 181: Lonely Trip

    We are back to discuss the new Trey Anastasio album, Lonely Trip. This 15-song quarantine album provided us with a ton of great new music, and a lot to dig into and discuss. Brad and RJ talk about the music and lyrics, the influences, and tell some stories along the way. Oh, and there’s music.…

  • #035 Kurtis Blow interview from 1997

    A never before published interview with Kurtis Blow from 1997In the interview, Blow talks about:- Whether he thinks God cares about pop music- How he had it all and now has nothing- What hip-hop fans should go back and listen to- How early hip-hop had a code of ethics not to use swear words- Why…

  • E033 – Dr. Sammy Altman – Part 2

    And, We’re back, baby! It’s E033 of The “Touchdowns All Day w/ Jon Barber podcast and we’re going long. Taking a trip in the way back machine w/ @BarberShreds & former Disco Biscuits drummer turned doctor, Sammy Altman. Part 2 of 2 This episode is sponsored by Nugs.net, Sunset Lake CBD, Synlawn, and Harry’s.comCheck out the…

  • New Under the Scales + Krasno + Allman Betts!

    We have a bunch of new interviews to tell you about, plus an exclusive live track from Allman Betts Band.Allen Stone on Eric Krasno Plus One. On this new episode of Plus One, Eric talks with soul singer and bandleader Allen Stone. Allen is the son of a preacher, and describes how singing in church from…

  • Episode 8: Allman Betts Band

    On this episode, RJ talks with Devon Allman and Duane Betts of the Allman Betts Band about family history, musical chemistry, and their new record “Bless Your Heart” which comes out on August 28th.  After meeting as teenagers on the Allman Brothers Band anniversary tour in 1989, Devon and Duane went on to separately play in a…

  • Trummors

    Greetings Dead Freaks!For episode 74, I spoke with Anne and David from Trummors. We talk about all of their albums, their influences, and Grateful Dead. Afterwards, I deploy a hefty mix of jams to get you through the night. So tune in and hang out with Trummors, the Grateful Dead, and myself.Steeped in their Southwestern…

  • Allen Stone

    In Episode 17 of Plus One Eric talks with soul singer and bandleader Allen Stone. The son of a preacher, Allen describes how singing in church from the age of 3 built his musical chops for years before he was exposed to “secular” music. Once he heard Stevie Wonder’s InnerVisions as a teenager Allen had found the sound he…

  • 069:Vance Powell

    Tom speaks to the multiple grammy-winning producer, engineer and mixer responsible for so much of the great music we all listen to, Vance Powell. Recently having completed co-production of Sigma Oasis, he tells us how he got here and about some of the other fantastic artists who rely upon him to create their own signature…

  • E032 – Dr. Sammy Altman – Part 1

    That’s right ladies and gentlemen. We’re back. We are back. Shining love and light through the darkness. It’s E032 of The “Touchdowns All Day w/ Jon Barber podcast and we’re going deep with The Professor, Dr. Xam, The man, Sammy Altman. Yeah, Sammy!Take a trip to the way back machine w/ @BarberShreds & former Disco Biscuits drummer…

  • Episode 56: The 400 Blows, Breathless, and The French New Wave

    In an episode that acts as an introduction to one of the most exciting and influential periods of cinematic history, Welcome To The Party Pal hosts Mitch Lucas and Michael Shields explore the French New Wave, an art film movement which emerged in the late 1950s. The movement was characterized by its rejection of traditional…

  • 161 – Into The WildernessWith Michelle Pietrafitta of Banshee Tree

    This week’s guest on No Simple Road is Michelle Pietrafitta of Banshee Tree! Banshee Tree, which plays music rooted in classical swing and jazz with funk, rock and jam themes layered in was the stand out band of Northwest String Summit 2019 for the whole NSR crew. Michelle joins us to talk about working on…

  • Episode 4: From The President To Frenchmen Street

    Welcome back to Festival Circuit: New Orleans. In this episode, we’re going to explore the late night music scene around jazz fest.We hear from George Porter, Papa Mali and Robert Walter about the magic of one-time late night collaborations, and we talk with Irma Thomas about performing with Allen Toussaint on the President. We also…

  • Late Night at Jazz Fest + New Episodes + Music

    A few great things to share with you today—enjoy! If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Late Night Jazz Fest on Festival Circuit. We have reached episode 4, where we’re going to go in depth on the late night music scene…

  • 068:Lyric Dive Evening Song

    RJ Bee and Tom take a deep dive into the lyrics of Evening Song  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Josh Kennedy of The Black Moods

    The Rock N Roll Archaeologist finds a new band to love! Join Christian as he interviews Josh Kennedy, lead guitarist of The Black Moods. Straight ahead rock n roll that reminds the Archaeologist of the fictional band from Almost Famous, ‘Stillwater’! The Black Moods play raw, amplified rock & roll. Born in the Arizona desert…

  • Episode 484: Rose City Band’s ‘Summerlong’ PLUS New Music from Bannanagun

    Ripley Johnson’s Rose City Band project started as an act of wish fulfillment. One of the creative minds behind Wooden Shjips and Moon Duo just wanted to “start a country-rock band so I can retire and just play down at the pub every Thursday night during happy hour.” The resulting first album in 2019 was…

  • Episode 103: Lexington Gin

    In Episode 103 we discuss the wide-ranging, forward-thinking, infectious take on Bathtub Gin from the University of Kentucky on November 7, 1996. One week removed from their performance of the Talking Heads Remain In Light, Phish was already applying the lessons of the album to one of their longest-serving jam vehicles. The hints of 1997’s…

  • Don Was + Dick’s Picks 11 + Jazz Fest

    Thanks for joining us, let’s dive in!Don Was on Eric Krasno Plus One. In this new episode, Eric talks with Grammy-winning producer turned record executive Don Was. After decades of recording with Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones and others, Don accepted his first “real job” as President of Blue Note Records. Don and Eric…

  • #135 The Meeting That Turned Into an Episode

    So we’ve been caught in sort of a tough spot recently. In light of the current events, we’ve been concerned that our name and logo would cause some problems online with people that don’t know who we are or what we do, so we have not released anything in a little while. We spent a…