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  • #109 AC Beer Fest Session 2 With a Little Help From Our Friends

    As we sat down to get started, we received a few texts from guests saying they couldn’t make it on because they were too busy at their booths. So with zero game plan and zero scheduled guests, we cracked the mics and went for it. What happened next is basically a microcosm of how our…

  • Season 2 Episode 2: How High Can You Podcast

    We all know Evan digs Ween, but can the little man in the sailor suit handle Ween on Weed? We smoked some grass and got really really high and found out. Happy 4/20!

  • Percy Hill

    For those that don’t know, or remember, Percy Hill were a band out of New Hampshire who met in 1991 at University studying jazz. They would in fact become part of that neo-jamband 2.0 scene of the 90s, and continued to tour through the oughts. They sort of fell out of the scene for a…

  • 63.5 BONUS MINI-SODE: Bad Friday

    On this bonus episode comedians Brad Edwards, Sean Parrott, and Gary Fletcher talk broken keyboards, roast jokes and Easter Eggs!

  • John Corbett

    Phil Freeman talks to writer/producer John Corbett.

  • Episode 58: Brainiac — Transmissions After Zero

    In this latest episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast host Michael Shields sits down with filmmaker/musician Eric Mahoney to take a look back at the legacy and genius of the the Dayton-based indie-rock band Brainiac (3RA1N1AC). On the cusp of a major label deal and breaking into the mainstream, Brainiac’s lead singer and driving…

  • Live 5 – April 17, 2019.

    We have so much fun putting this show together each week. If you see a live show or listen to one, and hear something incredible, please reach out either on social media or leaving a message on our hotline at 628-643-2443! We’d love to hear from you and potentially include your song in our show.…

  • 85: It Was Twenty Years Ago Today

    Early Spring Tour 1999

  • Episode 153: Ghosts of the Forest

    This week we’re back with an episode addressing the fantastic Ghosts of the Forest shows and tour.

  • 2019 SweetWater 420 Festival Preview

    Seth and Rob salute the SweetWater 420 Festival by running snippets of previous interviews they have conducted with musicians scheduled to perform at the 2019 version of this Atlanta festival. This episode includes the words and music of Billy Strings, Mimi Naja (Fruition), Matt Butler (Everyone Orchestra), Nick McDaniels (Big Something), Mike Wilson (Voodoo Visionary),…

  • Episode 12: Lens Of The Dead – With Author and Photographer Rosie McGee

    Some people have photographic memories. The rest of us have photographs. Well, that and music. Put the two together, and you don’t even need a souped-up DeLorean to travel time. Our final episode of Season One considers the photographic history of the Grateful Dead, but of course we talk about a lot more. Our special…

  • Episode 061: You Gotta Heal w/ Tim Showalter

    In Episode 061 we’re joined by one of our favorite songwriters, Tim Showalter, the beating heart of Strand Of Oaks, for a wide-ranging conversation about his Phish fandom, his overall career arc, the music that’s influenced him, favorite brands of seltzer, and what he’s been listening to recently. If you’ve ever been moved by his…

  • UK Dead with The Grateful Dudes

    This one features a chat with Richard Hill, guitarist for The Grateful Dudes, an English Grateful Dead tribute band. Richard shares a bit about coming up as a Deadhead in England and tells us all about the Wembley Arena shows in 1990. We get to hear a bit of his band and then a whole…

  • 63. THE MARX BROS. vs. MONTY PYTHON: The Holiest Grail

    It’s wacky smack-down between THE MARX BROTHERS and MONTY PYTHON on this comedy-filled episode of Which Is Better?! Join comedians Brad Edwards, Sean Parrott, and Gary Fletcher as they talk Groucho’s mustache, dead parrots and the Meaning of Life! If you’ve ever wanted to join the Ministry of Silly Walks then you might wanna strut…

  • Episode 93 – Taking The Trip To Skull & Roses Festival: Part 1

    No Simple Road was the ‘Official Podcast of Skull & Roses Festival’ this year and I feel like this did that title justice! Interviews, music, laughter, shenanigans, and more music are here for you. This is an audio documentary of our experience at this historic and incredible festival. At the 01:28:00 mark you’ll find our…

  • Episode 4: Anders Osborne, 1960s NYC Music and the news!

    This week we’re bringing you an interview with Anders Osborne, a piece of a podcast from the network with a deep dive on 1960s music in NYC, and the news.

  • Episode 17: Bookends

    Chapter 17 of Rock N Roll Archaeology is bookended by a couple of Simon & Garfunkel albums: “Bookends” from the spring of 1968; and “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from January of 1970. Our story takes place mostly in New York City: a city big enough to spawn two very different, very talented–and very influential–artists: Paul Simon…

  • Luther Dickinson

    It’s an interesting concept album for Luther, well regarded as one of the loudest contemporary Mississippi blues and slide guitar players out there. You know him for sure, from his work with brother Cody in North Mississippi All-Stars, but this project, is completely different, softer, gentler, but equally strong in performance, production and complexity.  Luther…

  • #108 Sloop Brewing and Great Lakes Brewing AC Beer and Music Fest Session 1

    Friday night session 1 at the AC Beer and Music Fest! Joe Turco from Sloop Brewing stops by and gives us the lowdown on Sloop. We crack one of his beers and discuss a Summer road trip up to the brewery to do a proper podcast with them. From there we discuss Richard’s health (or…

  • 62.5 BONUS MINI-EPISODE: The Skapocalypse

    On this bonus episode comedians Brad Edwards, Sean Parrott, and Gary Fletcher talk the wonderful music of ska, the Preacher comic book series, and how to be a fashionable man.