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  • Episode 079: Top Albums of The 2010s

    In Episode 079 we look back on the 2010s and discuss our favorite albums of the decade. In addition we discuss our favorite concerts of the decade, our picks for the best Phish shows of the decade, as well as summarize the music of the decade in five sentences. We then count down our 30…

  • The Jauntee

    Greetings, Dead Freaks! Do you like jams? This episode is about jams. Colorado-based band, The Jauntee, jams quite a bit. Scott Ferber, their drummer, joins to tell us all about his great band and,  naturally, we steer the talk into Grateful Dead.Over the Summer they released a collection of live tracks called “Jaunts Of Our…

  • Liv Warfield

    This week Christian meets up with Prince Protege’ Liv Warfield to discuss her musical life, what it’s like leaving collegiate athletics to pursue music instead, working with mentors Prince and Nancy Wilson and charting her own destiny on becoming a big voice in today’s rock n soul world. Liv was a member of Prince’s New…

  • ALFRED HITCHCOCK vs. STEPHEN KING: Boogey Men

    It’s a creep-off between ALFRED HITCHCOCK and STEPHEN KING on this spook-tacular episode of Which Is Better?! Join comedians Brad Edwards, Sean Parrott, and Gary Fletcher as they talk Psychos, killer clowns and two of the greatest masters of suspense and horror! If you’ve ever been attacked by a flock of birds or trapped in…

  • Episode 69: Beyond The Known

    In this latest episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast, host Michael Shields sits down with longtime Across The Margin: The Podcast contributor Georg Guidotti to examine the latest release from Paul Selig, Beyond The Known: Realization. As the story goes, in 1987 a spiritual experience left Paul Selig clairvoyant. Since then, Selig has established…

  • Episode 450: Patrick Watson’s ‘Wave’

    On their eighth LP Wave, Patrick Watson (the man) is figuring out how to stay afloat as personal tragedy and loss threaten to drown him in an ocean of hopelessness and despair. Lush, sophisticated, and at times transcendent, Wave isn’t just Patrick Watson’s (the band) best album, its ability to speak to not just personal…

  • #147 How to Remove a Confederate Monument w/ Adam Swensek

    In 2015, the New Orleans City Council voted to remove four Confederate monuments from the city. Immediately following that vote, the monuments’ defenders sought to use the courts to prevent their removal. In the end, the city prevailed, and the last of the monuments came down in May of 2017. In this episode, Ben and…

  • Episode 125 – Spreading The Good Word With Cactus Jesus

    This week’s guest is Billy B., better known as Cactus Jesus or @hermitcrabbb on IG. This is an extremely information packed episode! Billy has dedicated his life to educating himself and others as to the medicinal and mind expanding benefits of psychedelic cacti, healthy living, and cultivation. We talk about his journey into the realm…

  • Tom Marshall Phish Lyricist

    In this episode Of “Touchdowns All Day” @BarberShreds is dropping dimes with a TDAD exclusive interview w/ Phish lyricist & @OsirisPod Co-Founder, Tom Marshall @BoyTommy. The two discuss podcasting, songwriting, LOTR, and Tom’s top secret kale spore research.Featuring these 🔥Bisco Samples from Rich Steele’s coveted playbook:??-??-???? – Boop>Crickets12-30-2009 – Nokia Theater – Run Like Hell…

  • Trailer 1 – E016 – Tom Marshall Phish Lyricist

    In this episode Of “Touchdowns All Day” @BarberShreds is dropping dimes with a TDAD exclusive interview w/ Phish lyricist & @OsirisPod Co-Founder, Tom Marshall @BoyTommy. The two discuss podcasting, songwriting, LOTR, and Tom’s top secret kale spore research.Featuring these 🔥Bisco Samples from Rich Steele’s briefcase:Boop>Crickets12-30-2009 – Nokia Theater – Run Like Hell intro (opens set…

  • Jake Brennan of Disgraceland – The Podcast and Book

    This episode The Rock n Roll Archaeologist goes toe to toe with the Rock N Roll Criminologist! Join Christian as he welcomes guest Jake Brennan of the hit podcast Disgraceland.  Jake has a new book on the streets that takes the rock n roll crime drama podcast and puts it in writing this time! We go…

  • Episode 48: Holly Bowling

    Holly Bowling talks “The Art Of The Setlist” after “The Rundown” of recent news stories on Episode 48 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’

  • GWE — The Interviews: Kirk Miller

    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 Kirk Miller, Ween’s long-time Audio Engineer. In this episode GWE’s Paul Gutkowski and Kirk discuss how Kirk originally became connected with the band, the early years of Ween…

  • Jonathan Whitener (Here’s Looking At You) – Los Angeles

    This week, Jonathan Whitener – Chef and Co-Owner of Here’s Looking At You in Los Angeles’s Koreatown. Since it opened in 2016, Here’s Looking at You has appeared on almost every ‘best of’ restaurant list around LA – and that’s due to a number of factors; Co-Owner Lien Ta’s laser focus on service and comforting…

  • Karl Denson

    This week we talk to Karl Denson in DC before his show with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. You can check out tour dates here.Here’s a link to the JamBase article I mentioned, about the new mental health organization, Backline. Really important stuff developing here.And here are two links to Inside Out wTnS — the most…

  • Episode 85: Mental Health with Nuci’s Space, Anders Osborne and Andy Frasco

    Mental health is a difficult topic, but it is important that it not be an ignored one. There are many musicians (and people in general) dealing with brain disorders, and in this episode we celebrate Nuci’s Space. Seth and Rob hope with this episode to shine a light on how Nuci’s Space provides a culture…

  • Episode 86: Mental Health with Nuci’s Space, Anders Osborne and Andy Frasco

    Mental health is a difficult topic, but it is important that it not be an ignored one. There are many musicians (and people in general) dealing with brain disorders, and in this episode we celebrate Nuci’s Space. Seth and Rob hope with this episode to shine a light on how Nuci’s Space provides a culture…

  • #53 – Selective Keeper of Magic – Ryan Stasik round 2

    Ryan Stasik returns to Amigos for another round. The bassist of Umphrey’s McGee, Doom Flamingo, & Omega Moo chats with Mike about hoarding, ghosts, comedy specials, writing new material with his brothers in UM, and much much more.  Ryan’s many musical projects are charging ahead at full steam, so check out everything Ryan at Umphrey’s.com…

  • #010 Shannon Hoon of Blind Melon 1995

    When I spoke to Shannon Hoon in September 1995, he and his band, Blind Melon, were on the verge of stardom. Their first album yielded the massive hit single “No Rain,” they had played Woodstock ’94, and they were excited about their new album, “Soup.”We talked about the new album and how different it was…

  • Episode 33: Succession Season 2

    Welcome To The Party Pal invites listeners into the sordid, captivating world of HBO’s Succession. Succession is an American satirical comedy-drama television series created by Jesse Armstrong that centers on the fictional Roy family, the dysfunctional owners of a global media and hospitality empire. The series features an ensemble cast which includes Brian Cox, Nicholas Braun, Kieran Culkin, Natalie Gold, Matthew Macfadyen, Alan Ruck, Sarah Snook, Jeremy Strong, and J. Smith-Cameron (among…