As we change the calendar to 2019, we look back on some favorite episodes of the past year. Let’s start with our interview with Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia. He talks about his music fandom and plays a tune for us on his harmonica.
For Episode 500 of Rockin’ the Suburbs, listeners ask Jim & Patrick the questions. Thanks to everyone who participated.
Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia is a big music fan. We interviewed him at his office on Capitol Hill, where he discussed his love of the Replacements, the Who and Doc Watson. Then he sang and played his harmonica for us!
Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., whose music fandom came to light during the 2016 presidential campaign, joins “Rockin’ the Suburbs” to discuss his love of ‘80s alternative band the Replacements, bluegrass legend Doc Watson, the Virginia music scene and other topics.
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.