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Nov 30, 2012

You know, I started the streaming radio station because the new day job plus a toddler running around didn't allow me any time to keep up with podcasting on a regular basis (yeah, like I was ever regular about podcasting).  Now, suddenly instead of doing one podcast a month, I'm finding myself doing two per week.  Not...


Nov 26, 2012

I've heard some interesting criticisms about Indianapolis lately.  Apparently Rolling Stone magazine allegedly referred to this city as (paraphrasing) a great place to grab some food and use the restroom while you're heading to Chicago, Detroit, or Cincinnati.  Ironic, since I now use Rolling Stone magazine to line my...


Nov 18, 2012

There came a point back around Show #118, coincidentally co-hosted by one of tonight's guests, Jack Barkley, when I realized how truly blessed I am to have so many cool friends in the local music scene.  We sat around that night, talked about frivolous things, serious topics, played music, took questions from...


Nov 12, 2012

One thing we've talked about on this show is how tight-knit certain branches of the Indy music family tree are.  I first stumbled on The Farewell Audition by way of No Pit Cherries to Veseria to Verdant Vera to Audiodacity, etc.  These are bands that, in my opinion are pure class in the way that they show up to each...


Nov 7, 2012

Spend any time talking to the players in the local folk, Americana, and singer/songwriter scenes, and I guarantee the name Jethro Easyfields will come up, usually connected to a story that should be made into a song, or possibly an episode of some sitcom about being a musician.  I've never had the nerve to ask how many...