For Episode 500 of Rockin’ the Suburbs, listeners ask Jim & Patrick the questions. Thanks to everyone who participated.
The conclusion of our interview with Tommy Keene, conducted at Villain & Saint bar and grill in Bethesda, Md., just two months before his sudden passing. In this segment, Tommy talks about working with Paul Westerberg and Robert Pollard in the ’90s, plus his biggest regrets in his music career.
Tom Petty Week continues. We call Matthew Sweet and Chuck Prophet to get their takes on the rock/pop legend.
We conclude our conversation with Matthew Sweet by asking him some questions submitted by Rockin’ the Suburbs listeners. A lot of you were curious about his collaborations with Susanna Hoffs.
We pick up the conversation with Matthew Sweet. He talks about recording via file sharing and the mysteries of time, space and songwriting.
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.”
Ryan Week continues with Tales from the Record Store. Peaches Records & Tapes, to be specific.