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  • EPISODE ELEVEN

    07/10/1998 Halley’s Comet—11/03/1984 Can’t You Hear Me Knocking12/06/1994 Weekapaug Groove08/12/2004 Scents & Subtle Sounds07/13/2014 Chalk Dust Torture—Ben Ratliff: Every Song Ever – P 9—07/10/1997 Bathtub Gin12/06/1997 Tweezer—OSIRIS MEDIA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Episode 21: Access for Every Body with Amy Pinder & Leah Barron

    In this episode, Taraleigh and Leah chat with founders of Inclusion Festival and board members of Accessible Festivals Amy Pinder and Leah Barron. Amy and Leah share why accessibility at live music concerts and festivals is so important. They shine a light on how much work there is to be done when it comes to this.…

  • Access for Every Body with Amy Pinder & Leah Barron

    In this episode, Taraleigh and Leah chat with founders of Inclusion Festival and board members of Accessible Festivals Amy Pinder and Leah Barron. Amy and Leah share why accessibility at live music concerts and festivals is so important. They shine a light on how much work there is to be done when it comes to this.…

  • Episode 46: Dr. Stanley Krippner

    “The integral experience is where people come up with mystical experiences, spiritual experiences. Not everybody gets that far, but those that do often feel a sense of oneness … or some of them feel that they’re in the presence of God or of the Spirit. And again, this can be very very powerful and in previous days,…

  • Tony Weaver Jr.

    Writer Tony Weaver Jr. joins Rhett from his home in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss the creative projects that he’s working on, including a new graphic novel series called “Weirdo.” Tony tells Rhett about his intent to provide hope and guidance for young people through his storytelling, and how stumbling into poetry convinced him to become…

  • John Andrews

    I had the pleasure of chatting with John Andrews about the upcoming John Andrews & The Yawns album, “Cookbook”. We talk about growing up in New Jersey, playing in Quilt and Woods, and so much more. After the chat and a lovely sample from the album, I’ve got a terrific mix of Grateful Dead music…

  • Episode 4: A Season In Hell

    On this episode of Beautiful Garbage, Kevin explores the punk scene after the initial CBGB boom, informing listeners on the stylistic evolution and cultural changes of the genre as punk reached its adolescence.  A Season In Hell explores The Talking Heads’ expedited road to success after adding Tina Weymouth on bass, Richard Hell’s wild road…

  • Brad Barr

    In this episode of Eric Krasno Plus One, Kraz talks with guitarist and singer Brad Barr of The Slip and The Barr Brothers. Barr is an incredibly dynamic guitarist, with the ability to fluctuate between different degrees of musical intensity on a dime. Like many Plus One guests of the past, he has first-hand experience playing many different styles of music, which…

  • Soule Monde!

    This week, we have an interview with Ray and Russ of Soule Monde, and a track off of their new album, Mimi Digs It. The record is streaming live, and you can order the vinyl or CD here.We loved chatting with these guys about their new record, what it’s like to play in a duo,…

  • EPISODE TEN

    07/08/1999 Fee06/22/2012 Twist06/21/1988 Whipping Post—09/12/1999 Ghost09/01/2019 Piper—Ernest Hemingway: To Have & Have Not – P 166-168—09/15/2000 Tube07/16/2017 Carini  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Episode 45: Alex Peavey

    “We got the prognosis and they said, OK, maybe a year we’ll see as we kept going. So we keep pushing the outer limits, but it’s the perpetual opportunity to immerse yourself in the present. That’s ultimately the outcome.” – Alex PeaveyThis week, Oteil and Mike talk with Alex Peavey, a mindfulness consultant and the…

  • Episode 10: He Sang, She Sang – R&B Duos

    On this episode of Trick Bag, Neil digs into great male-female R&B duos of the ’50s and early ’60s. Some of these acts — like Los Angeles’ Gene and Eunice, New York’s Mickey and Sylvia, and New Orleans’ Shirley and Lee — found success on the charts and with the concert-going public. In other cases, these duos…

  • Paul McCartney – Egypt Station & McCartney III

    Sir Paul McCartney presents a fascinating point-and-counterpoint in the Late Era canon. 2018’s elaborate, pop-leaning Egypt Station and 2020’s looser, homemade follow-up McCartney III pose a series of existential quandaries: Which type of album is preferable from our rock gods? And at a certain point, how much of a difference is there between the two?…

  • #50 Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers) 1992 Interview

    A never-before-published interview with guitarist Warren Haynes from 1992.In the interview, Haynes talks about:Moving out of Duane Allman’s shadowHow it feels to play Duane’s licksWhether Duane was an influenceHis connection to Memphis and MotownGoing to see concerts when he was a kidThe musical differences between him and DuaneHis love for fusion rock and what it…

  • S212: Shakedown Street

    Ever tried to scrape cocaine out of a shag carpet? We haven’t personally, but if we ever found ourselves making the attempt, there’s a decent chance Shakedown Street would be on the Hi-Fi. In this episode, the gang examines one of the least beloved long-players in the Grateful Dead’s catalog. How an album partially produced…

  • Zibby Owens

    Author and podcaster Zibby Owens joins Rhett from her home in New York City to talk about her uninhibited creative process, her detailed approach to research and the importance of trying new things. Libby explains the genesis of “Moms Don’t Have Time To…” and why you will probably have to invent your dream job. Zibby Owens…

  • Episode 109: Sun Ra’s Chicago

    This episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast presents an interview with author and Associate Professor in the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice at the University of Chicago, William Sites. Sites’ first book, entitled Remaking New York: Primitive Globalization and the Politics of Urban Community, focused on the transformation of New…

  • Episode 3: Bad Girls and Sick Boys

    Beautiful Garbage is an Osiris Media podcast exploring how America unleashed punk rock on the world, tracing its development from American garages and bars to England in the mid 1970s and back.In Episode 3, Bad Girls and Sick Boys, we travel into New York’s underbelly where a dive bar on The Bowery became the midwife for…

  • The 5th Anniversary Party

    It’s the 5th anniversary of The Road to Now so Bob and Ben invited a brilliant lineup of past guests to answer one question: “What has been the most unexpected turn you’ve seen in the last 5 years and how has it changed the way you understand the past?”  The lineup: Senator John Hickenlooper Heather…

  • Dick’s Picks Vol. 22 – 02/23-24/68, Kings Beach, CA

    In this week’s episode we jump back in time to February 1968 for a pair of shows – unheard prior to their Dick’s Picks Release – from the King’s Beach Bowl in King’s Beach, California. Primordial Dead. We hear the band working through a number of tunes that would find their way onto Anthem Of…