At our Suburbs Live event, guest Lisa Said joins us in a game of Less Talk More Rock. We each pick three songs. We get 30 seconds to set up our song, then the song is played for 1 minute, then we all get 30 seconds to discuss the song. Plus, Lisa Said performs “Regular Guy” from her new EP “Estranged” at the end of the show. Recorded in front of a live audience at Black Walnut Brewery in Leesburg VA.
The listeners program the show! We respond to your correspondence. With songs by The Clash, Ellen Foley, John “Cougar” Mellencamp and more! (Plus, we catch “Bullets Fever” and set the record straight about something dumb we said on an earlier episode.)
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.
Jim & Patrick go through their massive fan mail and talk about the Black Crowes, Fleetwood Mac, DYGL, a beer song and more.
Every January, our friend Tug Baker stops takes a break from new music and instead does a deep dive into established artists’ work. This year, he listened to a lot of Funkadelic and Kate Bush.