- RJ Bee
We have a few new podcast episodes to tell you about, and I share an exclusive song from Past, Present, Future, Live! after the quick rundown. If you like what we do, please give us a review on Apple Podcasts.
Dave Schools on Comes A Time. Mike and Oteil welcome legendary bass player Dave Schools of Widespread Panic. They talk a lot of music, of course, and Dave shares his approach to consuming media and how his political views have evolved since his childhood in Richmond, Virginia, as the three cover the current political climate and the polarization we see today. Subscribe to Comes A Time.
Series Finale of Politics of Truth. On this final episode, we wrap up the 2020 election with two of our favorite returning guests, Washington Post Bob Costa and Mark McKinnon, a veteran political advisor, former musician, and co-host of Showtime’s The Circus. We try to make some sense of the electoral warfare being waged on the results of the presidential election, and who it’s playing to. We also consider the historic turnout numbers across the country combined with razor thin margins in so many races, and unpack the tribal allegiances behind what look like Democrat/Republican splits.
Weekend Spins. This week we have three more albums from our buddy Brian Brinkman. The albums discussed are Colter Wall’s “Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs,” Kevin Morby’s “Sundowner,” and FJ McMahon’s “Spirit Of The Golden Juice.” Let us know what you think of these albums!
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