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.
Three listener calls today! More favorites from 2019. Harris tells us about Purple Mountains. Mike Snider calls in to talk about Vampire Weekend. And Tim Hoffman shares his love for Guided By Voices. Plus, we open a big box from Keith Jacobsen!
Keith Jacobsen, patron of the pod, joins via FaceTime from Grand Rapids MI and gets to pick the topic. He wants to talk about “Austin City Limits” and his recent trip Texas.
Keith Jacobsen of Grand Rapids MI is our Guest Star today. As a supporter of the show on Patreon, he gets to pick the topic, and he wanted to talk about bands that were big in their home countries but struggled in the U.S. He cites Canada’s Tragically Hip and England’s Elbow, while Jim & Patrick chime in with some of their own picks.
Today’s listener favorites from 2018: Keith Jacobsen of Grand Rapids MI loves Frank Turner’s “Be More Kind.” And Kevin Goff of Leesburg VA is a big fan of Laura Veirs’ “The Lookout.”
Day 2 of Holiday Song Week. Listener Keith Jacobsen calls in to recommend a seasonal classic by James Brown.
Keith Jacobsen of Grand Rapids MI and Derrick Ricca of Kalamazoo MI reminisce about their days working at the college radio station. Featuring music by Ween, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and Lucious Jackson.