From the Wilson Tiki Bar … we interview up-and-coming Virginia indie band Kid Brother. They talk about stage wear, their album “Baltimore Street Rat” and the importance of eclectic musical tastes.
Listener Walt Falconer writes in to tell us about great music for a tiki bar. Why? Because from time to time we record this podcast at our friend Greg Wilson’s backyard tiki bar, but we’ve never specifically discussed “tiki music.” Walt recommends songs by the Limboos, Shana Cleveland, Khruangbin, Orville Peck and Night Beats.
We’re talking summer songs from the Greg Wilson Tiki Bar. Jim & Patrick make songs picks. So do Greg, plus Rob Gates and Kevin Spain.
Day 2 of the New Music Challenge. Rob Gates, who came up with the idea, is in the hot seat today. Can we get this classic rock fan to embrace some new bands? Jim thinks Rob might like the Raconteurs. Patrick plays him some Dr. Dog. Friends Greg Wilson and Kevin Spain join in the fun.
We take a classic rock fan and try to get him into some new music. That’s the show, from Greg Wilson’s Tiki Bar. Patrick thinks Greg might like Hiss Golden Messenger. Jim goes with JD McPherson. How did they do? Also featuring friends Rob Gates and Kevin Spain.
JD Ryznar makes a triumphant return visit, via Skype, this time to play a little game of Yacht or Nyacht? (intellectual property of “Beyond Yacht Rock”). Greg Wilson fills in for Patrick as cohost.
JD Ryznar from the “Beyond Yacht Rock” podcast joins the show to talk about the jazz-rock blend, popularized in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Are you ready to set sail for new musical horizons? Greg Wilson fills in as cohost for Patrick.
It’s Fan Mail Friday! Live from Greg Wilson’s Tiki Bar! We answer your correspondence and play songs by the Rubinoos, the Attractions, U2 with B.B. King, and the Members.
We didn’t invent Throwback Thursday, but we may have perfected it. Enjoy some stories of music and youth from Jim & Patrick, plus Greg Wilson, Brandi Crawford and Jim’s wife, Katy. Live from the Wilson Tiki House!
Jim and Patrick are back from Summer Break and hanging out at Greg Wilson’s Tiki House (it’s glorious). Greg adds his pick to the Perfect Pop playlist. It’s an early ’80s ode to quirky Australia by new wavers Men At Work. Another guest on the show, Brandi Crawford, says the song inspired her to go to college in the land down under.