PG Six


Greetings Dead Freaks!

In this episode we welcome PG Six (aka  Pat Gubler) to the show to talk about his latest release, “PG Six / Louise Bock – All Summer Long Is Gone”. But that’s just a sliver of the ground we cover as he’s not only an active member of Garcia Peoples and Wet Tuna, but there’s more than twenty years of work to discuss! The conversation is augmented and followed by a few selections from his more recent work before I spin a nice slab of Grateful Dead.

“All Summer Long Is Gone” is a duo album billed as PG Six / Louise Bock and is available on cassette from Feeding Tube Records  here. The solo, live, album PG Six “Live At the Tavern” is also available from Feeding Tube Records. It’s on vinyl as was as a digital download via Bandcamp.

If you’re looking for more Wet Tuna, the quickest path to enlightenment is via the Wet Tuna Bandcamp page. Looking for Garcia Peoples?  They have a bandcamp page too, which features the upcoming album, “Dodging Dues”, which is out in early January 2022.

You can find PG Six’s releases on Drag City over on that label’s artist page, here.

There’s no Bandcamp page for the long defunct Tower Recordings but I wish you luck in your journey.

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