Episode 24: Public Access TV, part two!
John Eatherly of emerging rock/power pop band Public Access T.V. joins us again. This time he talks about some key influences, including Nick Lowe and Sparks. We love “I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass.”
Episode 23: Get to know Public Access TV, part one
You say you like rock ‘n’ roll? Then you’ll love our interview with John Eatherly and Max Peebles of Public Access T.V.
Episode 22: Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’ turns 40
Forty years ago, Fleetwood Mac released an album that sold 20 million copies in the U.S. and, until “Thriller” came along, held the record for the most weeks at No. 1. And yet, “Rumours” sounds better today than it did then. Jim and Patrick pay tribute.
Episode 21: Instant reactions to the Lady Gaga halftime show
Join our Super Bowl party, in which we comment on the Lady Gaga halftime show. With special party guests: Mike Snider, Julie Snider and Jasper Colt.
Episode 20: The one where we disagree with our wives
Marriage means much more than love; it also means blending the record collection. As Bud Verge Week reaches its bittersweet conclusion, Jim & Patrick & Bud discuss the musical differences that cause some domestic friction.
Episode 19: Bands we used to (kinda) hate and now we (kinda) love
A discussion of bands we once hated, but now we like. As Bud Verge Week continues. It’s a classic rock fest, featuring the Doors, the Grateful Dead and Fleetwood Mac.
Episode 18: Pondering Huey Lewis
Go back to the future with Jim & Patrick & Bud (Bud Verge Week continues) as they discuss ’80s music in general and Huey Lewis and the News specifically.
Episode 17: Jim and Patrick’s favorite songs of 2016
You’ve heard a lot of smart people pick their favorite songs of 2016. Now hear from Jim & Patrick. Hint for song 1: There’s a Replacements connection. Hint for song 2: No one plays the saw on this track (at least we don’t think so).
Episode 16: Bud Verge’s favorite song of 2016
It’s Bud Verge Week! Our friend Bud joins the pod to talk about his favorite song of 2016. And it is a jam!
Episode 15: Talkin’ ‘dad rock’ with the brother-in-law
Mike Peters (not the singer from the Alarm) picked up a mic when Jim recently hung out with family in Florida. And the two of them discussed old music, new music (Julien Baker and Ben Howard) and family.