Matthew Sweet joins Rockin’ the Suburbs! The power pop great, who scored hits in the ’90s with “Girlfriend,” “Sick of Myself” and more, sat down with Jim & Patrick backstage at the Birchmere in Alexandria VA. Matthew’s latest album is “Tomorrow Forever.”
Nate Scott closes out his guest hosting stint with an conversation with Dennis Sager of Bent Denim. Nate considers Dennis’ former band ArchAnimals among the all-time great indie bands, up there with Radiohead.
The epic conclusion of our hotbox interview with Tommy Stinson of Bash & Pop and the Replacements (and don’t forget Guns N’ Roses). We tossed some listener questions at him too.
We got to interview a member of one of our all-time favorite bands, Tommy Stinson of the Replacements. Tommy is on tour supporting the latest record from Bash & Pop, the new-old band he leads.
We conclude our interview with roots rocker Chuck Prophet. He talks about his time in the pioneering alt-country band Green On Red.
Our interview with Chuck Prophet continues, as the roots rocker talks about meeting Chuck Berry and being inspired by another musical pioneer on daytime TV.
We interview Chuck Prophet, a true hero of rock ‘n’ roll. He talks about Bobby Fuller, the inspiration for his new album, “Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins.”
We conclude our conversation with Dave Bielanko from Marah. He talks about the band’s famous fans (Stephen King! Bruce Springsteen!) and about what it would be like to break big.
Our interview with Dave Bielanko of Marah continues. He talks about the art of songwriting (it’s brilliant!) and the band’s ambitious album “Mountain Minstrelsy of Pennsylvania.”
We interview Dave Bielanko of Marah, a rock band with a passionate fan base that never could quite catch the breaks for widespread success. If you don’t know them, here’s your chance to join the true believers.