We made it to our tenth episode, everybody! Time to get REAL. The first half of our show is dedicated to leather-bound, cigar-chomping daddies everywhere: we love you! The second half is all for one very special daddy: Papa Karl.
I came in the last half hour of this hour The younger version of me
Whether you like it or not (country, that is) basically all current and classic rock has been influenced by country. All the pioneering rock n’ roll artists said it loud and proud, and you can pick it right out of the most iconic songs from the ‘Stones (Mick Jagger once told a reporter, “Keith has […]
Episode 2 of The Road to Nowhere follows us down the dead-end streets of small town America. There are ghostly bars, gleaming, formica-covered diners, glittering high school proms, and the interminable, hypnotic roads that lead to somewhere, anywhere else . . . and back home. “Yourtown U.S.A.” focuses on outsider country, dreamy doo wop, rock, […]
A frequently recurring concept , by this I mean that this show concept; which I call Birds of a Feather hence the “BOF” in parentheses, is one I seem to use if not most then definitely quite often. A frequently recurring concept and as I have explained on more than one occasion, not to mention I have also […]
This playlist was created through a great deal of links though not temporal, or literal, very much real in a way that can only exist in the mind. Hyperlink Playlist While Synchronicity, is often referred to as paranormal, I personally eschew this conceptualization or effort at labeling. This is from two perspectives: on the one hand […]
This episode; originally broadcast March 1st of 2016, was .. , hell IS pretty much a version of Birds of Feather. There is an actual connective tissue through the playlist, however I enjoy simply calling it Storytime! instead. Outside of the first track, which was admittedly simply Storytime! an emergency bathroom break track, the remaining […]
A very special episode wherein I’m joined by DJ DJ, my pops. We played through the best dad rock of the past few decades with some of his old favorites and a few of mine.
Conway James joined me in the studio to talk about a few of his favorite country songs before playing a couple originals. Note: Unfortunately there was a software issue during part of the interview so it had to be omitted. You’ll just have to imagine what we said about John Prine and Johnny Cash.