Jim interviews twin brothers Nick and Sam Wilkerson of Louisville band White Reaper. And bonus — their dad Mark joins the interview too to talk about raising rockers. Mark has rock credentials having written biographies about Pete Townshend and Pearl Jam.
Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia is a big music fan. We interviewed him at his office on Capitol Hill, where he discussed his love of the Replacements, the Who and Doc Watson. Then he sang and played his harmonica for us!
The conclusion of our conversation with Paul Barker of the Motown Museum. He talks about plans for a massive expansion of the museum, plus he reveals his favorite classic Motown artist (hard to dispute this pick).
Continuing the conversation with Paul Barker, director of development at the Motown Museum in Detroit. Today, we talk about the cultural impact of Motown Records in the 1960s and some of the celebrity visitors to the museum over the years.
Jim took a trip to Detroit and spent some time at the Motown Museum (it was glorious) and talked with Paul Barker, the museum’s director of development. The museum has preserved the original Hitsville USA building and Studio A. Such an important setting in the development of pop music.