This episode features a great interview that I did with Jaret from Bowling For Soup. we talk about their new album that’s coming out on April 26th, ‘Fishing For Woos’ – as well as beer, boobs, and showers…
Received an email from Brother Big Bad about a month ago that they were no more, thought I’d put out the interview I did with them back in 2005 and include 2 newer tunes too!
Here’s where the members are now:
Andy (Bass) is now in the band Tree Party playing steel guitar and bass
Marcus is sailing the seas playing music (assuming on a cruise ship?)
Zach (keyboards, not in original interview) is playing drums for the band Cynic
DJ Philips is now living in Nashville working on his solo career under the name ‘djphillips‘
Matty (Original drummer and in original interview) is living in Bismark, ND and playing with the band Midnight Noise Orchestra
Interview with Valerie and John of Nu Shooz! Yes, that Nu Shooz! The band that brought you “I Can’t Wait” from the mid-1980′s is back with a new CD, Pandora’s Box, and I have Valerie and John from the band to talk about the old days and what they’ve been up to the last 20+ years!
Interview and music from a great singer/songwriter from New York: Amy Regan
Recently named one of Music Connection’s Hot 100 Unsigned Artists, Amy Regan is quickly becoming one of New York’s most talked about rising talents. She plays consistently to packed rooms at NYC singer/songwriter hotspots including Rockwood Music Hall and The Living Room and has received rave reviews from Alyssa Rashbaum (MTV, SPIN, VIBE), Music Connection Magazine, and numerous blogs. Most recently, Regan and her song “Carry On” (from her debut EP “And then there is this”) have been featured in a national Hertz commercial, and she’s released a new EP, Gonna Get Better.
Interview with J-Punch & Dave Moonshine and 3 of their great techno/house songs from their album ‘Stick Figure Guy’
Check out the video we talk about in the interview which has slow motion bullets and has their music featured in
Konniption Fit is a 3 piece band from Detroit that has a Modern Rock/Pop/Punk sound. They recently won the contest to open up for Kiss in Detroit – and I talk to Jason Caine, the lead singer and guitarist of the band, about opening up for Kiss, and the band itself!
The August interview invasion continues – this episode features an interview with Rench of Gangstgrass, a singer, songwriter, and producer with roots in honky-tonk, hip-hop, and trip-hop music. He has created a genre bending group that blends hip-hop with blue grass! Very cool to listen to! Gangstagrass is also nominated for an Emmy for their song as the theme song for “Justified” on FX !
Check out Rench’s other pages too – Rench Audio
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I first had 8mm on the show back in 2006 on episode #102 – now 253 episodes later, they’re back to talkabout their new EP, Love and The Apocalypse, and their plans for an upcoming tour!
8mm is now a trio of Sean Beavan, Juliette Beavan, and Jon Nicholson – they have just released their latest EP, Love And The Apocalypse which I recently reviewed on Blogcritics.org