Part 2 of our interview with indie band Kid Brother, from the Wilson Tiki Bar. In this installment, they talk about finding an audience in the world of streaming, developing a “cult” of fans in Virginia and writing a song in tribute to the “big sister.”
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.
In part 2 of our interview with roots rocker Jesse Dayton, we talk about his social-justice song “Charlottesville,” his movie work with Rob Zombie and his radio show on Gimme Country.
We interviewed roots rocker Jesse Dayton backstage at City Winery in Washington DC. In this part of the interview, we talk about Jesse’s latest album of covers, “Mixtape Volume 1,” and his past work with Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash.
Patrick interviewed soulful singer-songwriter Maggie Rose while at Bourbon and Beyond Festival in Louisville KY. This is an artist you need to know.
Part 2 of Jim’s interview with Steven J. Athanas of Toledo OH. Steven J. talks about what makes for a successful wedding band, plus his solo albums and other side projects, including acoustic acts the Coosters and Chinese Purple. And as a visual artist, he made a mobile celebrating Captain Beefheart.
Jim travels to his hometown of Toledo OH and sits down with Steven J. Athanas, the city’s dean of local music. Steven J. talks about his career arc, from new wave bands The Best, Wet Shavers and Loved By Millions to the Toledo’s biggest cover band, the Homewreckers. It’s a musical journey that you could probably equate artists in just about any American city. Plus, you get to hear Jim’s high school homecoming story and Steven J.’s encounter with Jerry Lee Lewis.
In part 3 of our live event with author Robert Dean Lurie, we take audience questions about “Begin the Begin: R.E.M.’s Early Years.”
What does R.E.M. stand for? In part two of our event with author Robert Dean Lurie, we discuss the true meaning of the band’s name, plus other topics from “Begin the Begin: R.E.M.’s Early Years.”
We crash a book signing event by Robert Dean Lurie, author of “Begin the Begin: R.E.M.’s Early Years.” Robert reads a passage from the biography, then answers some of our questions.