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Dec 9, 2009

There's something about the power trio format. From Buddy Holly and the Crickets to The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream, the three-man rock lineup seems to be synonymous with long instrumental jams, heavy guitar chords, and ultra-tight rock played with an air of complexity to it. Though it has pretty much fallen out...


Nov 30, 2009

I think one of the great joys of music as personal expression -- that is, the thing that elevates groups from, "Yeah, I like those guys," to "You don't understand: you've got to hear these guys the way I do" -- is the element of discovery. I've talked a lot before about how disc jockeys (and my father) influenced my...


Nov 19, 2009

This show has been in the planning stages for months, and was one that I had really been looking forward to, knowing all along that it was going to be a good one. I meet a lot of artists doing these shows, and in general, most of them are quite nice, very supportive, and easy to work with. (Yes, there have...


Nov 16, 2009

Obviously, the main goal of what we do here is to expose artists (particularly up-and-coming ones) to a broader audience. Secondary to that, however, is the idea of introducing audiences to styles of music that they may not be overly familiar with. Granted the majority of our guests are rock bands or singer/songwriters...


Nov 13, 2009

In retrospect, it was inevitable that Mr. Coot Crabtree would make it on to this show eventually.  As someone who's worked with several of our former guests, is a staple (dare we say, "living legend") in our local singer/songwriter community, is a former podcaster himself, and is now a big-time radio host carrying our...