We visit Patrick’s Workshop, where he explains the art of kitchen cabinetry and Jim puts on a record that’s just right. Also out first mention of Juliana Hatfield. Just sayin.
Journalist and author Rich Cohen joins the pod via Skype to discuss his favorite song of 2016, plus talk some more about the Rolling Stones, natch.
We talk about country, with a music fan in another country. Friend of the podcast Georgia Makitalo picks her favorite song of last year and also talks about growing up in musical hotbed Minneapolis.
The trilogy concludes with two more musical discoveries from year-end best-of lists.
The middle section of our trilogy in which Jim & Patrick present discoveries from year-end “best of” album lists.
We went through the Best of 2016 album lists, so you don’t have to. In the first of a three-part series, Jim & Patrick present great year-end musical discoveries.
Edd Bowser of the “Soul in Stereo” blog and the “You Know I Got Soul” podcast talks about music of the past year and shares his favorite song of 2016.
The heat is on in this episode of Rockin’ the Suburbs, as Jim tells a story about domestic life and Patrick tries to relate it to a song.
Adam Coop joins the show again to talk about his love of The Struts. And that reminds Jim of another band.
Our friend in Louisville, Adam Coop, talks about his favorite song of 2016. Get ready to just dance, dance, dance.