Osiris Weekly Round Up 3/2/18

New this week on Osiris (check out OsirisPod.com for all the info):

But first, thanks to Relix for partnering with us — check out Relix.com for music news and information.

Under the Scales is back for Season 2 with Jason Pinsky, a former Phish employee, music fan and cannabis connoisseur.

The Tour, one of our newest podcasts, talks with Marc Cohn about his debut album from 1991 (known for “Walking in Memphis”), his long breaks in his music, and as a shooting victim, considers his unique voice in the wake of the Florida school shootings.

Strangers Stopping Strangers brings conversations from “Playin in the Sand” in Mexico with some fellow Deadheads.

Southern Songs and Stories, our newest addition, talks with 7-8 bluegrass and other artists about Southern music and culture—with a focus on notable artists from the last half century.

The Sound Podcast has two new episodes this week, one with JD Simo of SIMO, and one with Adam Greuel of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, who are on Tape Time Records, the Infamous Stringdusters’ label.

The Road to Now interviews Messiah College’s John Fea about Christianity in Early America and the ways that the founders viewed the relationship between faith and politics.

No Simple Road recaps a trip to see Dark Star Orchestra, and much more.

Inside Out wTnS put out a two-part episode this week, interviewing Anders Beck of Greensky Bluegrass.

Fear of a Craft Beer Planet is new to Osiris this week, and their latest episode is what they do best—discussing beer from the Philly Homebrew Outlet.

The Daily Soundcheck put out several episodes this week, and he’s done a great job talking about Phish soundcheck of years’ past.

Burning Ambulance has an interview with John Raymond that came out last week, but this is a great jazz podcast that’s new to the network this week!

Bluest Tape episode 48 comes out today—and is a return look at some of Widespread Panic’s instrumental songs.

Beyond The Pond Interviews really great dude and new dad Ben Greenfield. They explore the Nassau Tweezer, which has an anniversary this week. Happy birthday!