More Who countdown. Plus, we play another Who-related game. (Recorded March 4 at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.)
The Who countdown continues. Plus, fan Gary O’Hanlon of Cafe Kindred/Townshend Bar joins us on stage. (Recorded March 4 at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.)
The Who countdown continues, live from Jammin’ Java! Plus, trivia! Thanks to Mark Wilkerson for the prizes. Check out Mark’s book, “Who Are You: The Life of Pete Townshend,” on sale wherever you buy books.
We held a live show at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA, where we counted down favorite Who songs based on a listener poll. Thanks to everyone who came out that night.
Listener Keith Jacobsen, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. He introduces us to three artists from his home state of Michigan: the War and Treaty, Billy Strings and the Accidentals.
For listener Keith Jacobsen’s patron episode, he invites his 15-year-old niece, Aspen Jacobsen, to join the Skype conversation. Aspen is a singer-songwriter from Michigan whose latest album, “Love Each Other Right,” was produced by Dominic John Davis, long-time bassist for Jack White.
We’re trying to get caught up on our correspondence! Today, we address emails and comments about Jimmy Ruffin’s “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted” (from Mackensi Crenshaw) and Lloyd Cole’s music (from Niklas Nygards and Jay Ignacio).
Steven Routledge submits his latest new music dispatch, talking up the latest by Mount Hush, Romero, Wednesday, Loathe, the Stick Arounds and Local H.
It’s the interns’ turn to offer up new music selections! Mary picks Lianne La Havas. Sam goes with Ozzy Osbourne (feat. Post Malone). Sami touts Hudson Taylor. And Matt goes with Waxahatchee.
What’s Patrick been digging? New music from the Homesick and Ratboys. Plus, we play a Bee Gees cover by the Revivalists.