It’s our first Rockin’ the Suburbs Live from Potbelly! Hear the first live performance in 20 years by Patrick’s band Wingtip Sloat.
Part 2 of our interview with Tom Petty record promoter Jon Scott. Thanks to Craig Rosen for setting this up for us. And thanks too to Phil Ingrassia for sitting in on this conversation.
It’s been a year since Tom Petty died. We honor his legacy with an interview we conducted shortly after that tragic event. Record promoter Jon Scott played an important role in bringing Petty’s music to the world. On this episode, he talks about getting into the record industry and a lesson he learned while promoting a Johnny Cougar album.
Part 2 of our live show with Matt Holubowski. More interview. More live music. Plus, the debut of the Bag of Questions. From Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.
Rockin’ the Suburbs Live! From Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA. Featuring French Canadian folk singer Matt Holubowski. Interview + live performance. Oui, oui.
“American Dad.” Have you seen the Seth MacFarlane show? Did you know that a Wax Fang song was the basis for an episode? Now you do. Hear Scott Carney of Wax Fang tell the story in the second part of Jim’s interview.
Scott Carney of Wax Fang joins Jim on the front porch of a Louisville home for an interview. He talks about his trippy rock band and recording at the famous Ardent Studios in Memphis, among other topics.
Jim interviews pop-rock band Yardij, of South Florida. They talk about the band’s unique name (pronounced “yardage”), singer Deja’s booming voice and that time they opened for Bon Jovi (what?).
Part 2 of our interview with I’m With Her (Sarah Jarosz, Sara Watkins, Aoife O’Donovan) from the Forecastle Festival in Louisville. Today, they talk about the themes of their music and playing a rock festival as an acoustic act.
From Forecastle, Jim interviews roots supergroup I’m With Her, featuring Sarah Jarosz, Sara Watkins (of Nickel Creek) and Aoife O’Donovan (of Crooked Still).