Patrick arrived at the Bourbon and Beyond festival and met with Adam Coop, who told him all about what he missed on Day 1. And then Joyce Nethery, master distiller at Jeptha Creed, gave Patrick a lesson in bourbon.
We talk with Adam Coop via Skype about a super cool Raconteurs show he got to attend at Third Man Records in Nashville.
To round out our Record Store Day episodes, Jim & Patrick + Mike Snider talk about their purchases. Plus, calls from Adam Coop of Kentucky and Mark Neese of Michigan.
2018 album favorites continue this week. Jimmy Lonetti of Minneapolis calls in to talk up “Longwave” by Bonny Doon. And Adam Coop of Louisville loves Jack White’s “Boarding House Reach.”
Adam Coop shares his love for the music of Nashville singer/songwriter Will Hoge.
Loyal listeners Adam and Nicole Coop of Louisville drove all the way to the D.C. suburbs to take part in a deck party podcast. And they shared an amazing collection of ticket stubs from concerts they have attended, going back to the ’80s.
Live from the deck party, Jim spins some new music by Louisville’s Jim James (of My Morning Jacket fame) and D.C.’s Bad Moves. Plus, Nick Scalera touts New Zealand’s The Beths.
It’s a deck party! We look back at new music we discovered in July. Patrick was digging releases by Athens GA singer-songwriter Matthew Houck (who goes by Phosphorescent) and hip Brooklynites Bodega. We close out with a new music pick by longtime listener Adam Coop. He’s digging the previously unreleased, newly released single from Tom Petty.
Jim is joined by friends Tom Nord, Adam Coop and Jeffrey Lee Puckett (of The Courier-Journal). They gathered on the grounds of the Forecastle Festival in Louisville on Sunday, July 15 to recap the weekend’s highlights, including Father John Misty, Margo Price, Jenny Lewis, Jimmy Eat World, Ron Gallo and more.