- 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.
Ryley Walker Talks Jimmy Buffett on Late Era. The guys are joined by special guest Ryley Walker to discuss the long, strange career of beach bum icon Jimmy Buffett. Exploring the longevity of his brand and the cult-like devotion of the Parrothead community, we dive into his 1996 album “Banana Wind,” a collection featuring a legendary steel drum player, a rap verse, and a song about an unfortunate plane ride with Bono that ended in gunfire. Subscribe to Late Era.
Umphrey’s McGee’s Jake Cinninger on Eddie Van Halen. In this new episode, Rob and Seth catch up with Jake Cinninger about one of his elite guitar heroes, Eddie Van Halen. Subscribe to Inside Out with Turner and Seth.
Steep Canyon Rangers on Southern Songs and Stories. Host Joe Kendrick talks with Woody Platt and Graham Sharp, and they play a snippet of their song “Honey On My Tongue” from WNCW. Jacob Groopman of the band Front Country joins along the way, and we get a word from Steve Martin as well. Subscribe to Southern Songs and Stories.
Nicole Atkins PPFL Performance. People have been absolutely loving the performance by Nicole Atkins on Past, Present, Future, Live! We are including an audio version of the first song she played on the podcast, but you can watch videos of all of her songs here. And please subscribe to Past, Present, Future, Live!
Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke on Talkhouse Podcast. Our friends at Talkhouse have an episode we think you might like. Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon talk about their new album, “Noon,” which just came out on CD and vinyl. They talk about their musical origin stories, what The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir taught Mike, Leo’s tricks to never playing predictably, Trey’s one book recommendation and a lot more.
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