Neal is the founder and director of Ground Work Music Project. We talk songwriting, teaching, being a musician, and getting Ukuleles in more schools ….and his former band Deadleft. Check out the links here as they tie in to our conversation as well! Thanks for listening. https://thegroundworkmusicorchestra.bandcamp.com/
Hey there! Our guest feature for Episode 22 is multi instrumentalist, Mike St. Clair. He has toured, done studio work and played with White Denim, Polyphonic Spree, and Okkervil River. Also, has made appearances with Los Coast and other side side side projects as well! Mike is a busy full-time gun for hire, if you will. His group, Pocket Sounds is featured in this show, and we talk about his mysterious music brain and career.
Musicfarmer is finally forever twenty-one! Robyn and I have fun with song lyrics of many genres and time periods…..and just generally get weird.
Robyn is an avid and passionate live music goer, supporter and promoter. We share a lot of common threads and passions about the Austin Music Scene and the entertainment industry. Plus she is now an added talent on the podcast and a cohost. Yea! … Also, two featured Booher songs at the end, so don’t miss that. Michael Booher is a very hard working artist, who will be traveling with 5 other musicians internationally with https://www.projectatx6.com/.
A little history of Raquel, MerchGal, Texas Music Magazine, event production and music business. ...because give a damn!
A get to know ya conversation and other highlights. Tracey spends his time working at KOOP, KUT, and ACL Live, feeding the weird machine like the rest of us try and do around here.
Hey, folks! I have another featured songs show to check out. Shad Blair and The Belle Sounds. All very hard working artists!
The fearless swampy southern soul of a gypsy troubadour. A feature of two songs from Wendy's lastest, Nectar. And a spanning chat on industry stuff, music as medicine, and songwriting. Get loved up!
My soft-core SXSW show. Oh well.... never worried about missing great music and yet always worried about missing great music. But what is Austin for, right? Always fantastic making new international friends and discussing art as well as new experiences. It's in Dutch, but an easy translate click away you can access filmabides.nl. Let's talk some film and television!
On this episode, a few of the guys from Madisons talk with me about their music, the transitions into adulthood and writing sad songs but playing lively, crowd pleasing shows. And educational segments on Banjo and Big Bend State Park.
A great interview with Kenny Williams. He's an Austinite (no lies!), a vocalist and entertainer. And does it well. We talk about his experiences performing at Zach Theatre and on Broadway, in the Lion King. We also get into what it's like having a cruise ship gig and becoming a new member of a Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame group, The Platters.
My conversation with a radio industry veteran and family friend. Lots of love and respect in knowing Barbara and getting to do this podcast with her. Oh, the good ol' days of radio!
An interview with Nathan Singleton and Jeremy Harrell. They make up a two man blues 'n rock outfit that makes live music feel pretty damn fun, and also in this episode a feature of two songs from their well received new album.
Straight up mauled by a bear cougar. The Rare Birds and Malia Grace is the music I have for you this go around.
Short and sweet music feature episode. I have some exciting interviews coming very soon. Enjoy!
That comedy got start somewhere ya know. Don't bring your mother. No, it was not me doing the dirty stuff at the open mic. Just a spectator. Do bring your mother to Utopiafest. Such good times. Thanks for listening.
Comedy and poetry in a blender. We're talking better speakers and entertainment for students.. Any teacher, educator, and educational system admin can get into this show. But any current or former student can appreciate this interview also. Check it out.
Emily Wolfe on the show. Pedals and Brain Surgery. Chase down some other sound with A Giant Dog and Purple.
Of course, none of my stuff works to record when I sit down with my first veteran musician for an interview on this podcast. Things worked out well anyway. Dynamic vocalist feature of a show!!! Enjoy