Moviola


Greetings Dead Freaks!
Episode 102 features Ted Hattemer of Columbus Ohio’s Moviola. They’ve recently released their tenth album, “Broken Rainbows” on Anyway Records. We discuss the record, what it’s like to be in a band for decades, Punk Rock, Ted’s time seeing Grateful Dead in the 80’s and so much more. 

After everything was recorded and ready, Moviola announced that they are releasing the film of their September 24th performance of Broken Rainbows at The Wexner Center For The Arts in Columbus, Ohio. You can hear us discuss this in the episode and see the trailer now. The full performance will be available on their bandcamp page for Bandcamp Friday, 12/3. In the meantime, check out their other great music and learn more at their website, MoviolaMusic.com.

You can find Ted Hattemer’s solo work and all the other things he’s doing via his webpage TedHattemer.com.

After the interview, I share some recent Dead & Company and some good ol’ Grateful Dead.

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