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Episode Twenty: Waterfall Wash
Episode Nineteen: Jamie Timm//Microwave Mountain
Episode Eighteen: Jesse Wheeler from the Gills
Jesse Wheeler is a Frontman for a Nashville Garage Rock institution (The GIlls). He’s also a recovering alcoholic with a story to tell. Jesse dishes on his personal changes and what we can expect to hear coming from the Gills as we get further into 2017.
Episode Seventeen: Gary Branigan and Caroline Bowman from Cold Lunch Recordings
My friends Caroline and Gary from Cold Lunch stopped by to talk about what they’ve been up to in Nashville and their upcoming event: TACORAMA. We shared dirty stories and stared lovingly at each other for about 45 minutes. It was magical.
Episode Sixteen: Mo Lowda and the Humble
Philly’s Mo Lowda and the Humble made their way to Nashville for a few days. We chatted about their music, their influences. Jordan talked about his first boner and his affection for NOW compilations, and when I asked him a serious question – their bass player Jeff made a fart noise that ruined the moment. It was beautiful.
Episode Fifteen: Ron Gallo
Ron Gallo and his mates Joe Bisirri and Dylan Sevey dropped by for a chat about how to survive modern earth and “become a fortress of good,” how their band got their name, and their secret dream of releasing a special version of Heavy Meta dedicated to animals. We also talked about the time he played a live song in the center of a downtown Nashville Intersection.
Episode Fourteen: Emily Keener
My wondrous old friend Emily visited us down here in Nashville, and we caught up and chatted about all the good things – Emily’s development since putting out her first record at a young age, her development in and around Wakeman, Oberlin, and Norwalk, OH, and her time as a top-10 qualifying contestant on NBC’s The Voice.
Episode Thirteen: The Pills
The Pills are new to Nashville and they stopped out to share drinks and tacos and chat about what their project, things they like, things they don’t like, and why they have a record called Real Cheese.
Episode Twelve: Dustin Ransom
Dustin Ransom: Nashville songwriter, studio musician, and all around savant stopped by to chat about his career, how he got started in music (Hint: he started out as a childhood Nintendo prodigy), our mutual friend Derek Webb, why he’s left social media, and how he views the world these days
Episode Eleven: Clayton Davis from Behold the Brave
Clayton dropped by and we chatted about the beginnings of Behold the Brave, where they’re at now, and how to be a better human being.
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