Bubbas, I have had a crazy few weeks. Including a trip to the hospital! An update on what happened, recovery, and what's to come.
Amanda Starling and I talk Star Wars, interviewing, and growing
The Morning AMp host and I talk formatting, audience, and mixtapes
Zack Weil and I talk tone, scenes, and serendipity AND Laura Stevenson and I talk her new record The Big Freeze!
Hannah Rainey, Tom Krenning, and I talk hair metal, collaborating, and modernity
Mat Cothran and I talk business, energy, and Eddie Guerrero
Hoagie Wesley Ensley and I talk stability, adaptation, and catharsis
Sarah Tudzin and I talk suspending disbelief, Stevie Wonder, and specifics
Shannon Nico Shreibak and I talk pitching, storytelling, and balance
Kyle Stembaugh and I talk bad winters, quitting bands, and looking back
Neil Berthier and I talk New Orleans, relationships, and John Cena
I got bit by a flu bug this week and had to put things on pause, but I felt this a great opportunity to take a trip back to December of 2016 and my interview with Laura Stevenson!
Laura dropped two stellar new tracks at the end of 2018, “The Mystic and the Master” and “Maker of Things” which are available on her bandcamp page laurastevenson.bandcamp.com. All proceeds go to Safe Horizon.
Nina Corcoran, David Anthony, and I talk about guitar music in the streaming age, press cycles, and our hopes for music in 2019.
Steve Hartlett and I talk guitar solos, siblings, and self-effacement
Nina Corcoran and I talk music writing, hype, and audience
Intro - “Egg Man” Beastie Boys
Interlude - “Pictures” Galaxie 500
Outro - “Let It Down” George Harrison
Follow Nina on twitter @nina_corcoran
Pile Review https://bit.ly/2QCNgSc
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Patrick Kindlon and I talk problem solving, bitterness, and policing
Here's a look at what we've been up to over on the Patreon. The best of 15 Minutes with You, New from the Past and more! To pledge visit patreon.com/betteryetpodcast
Lillie West and I talk Badlands, press, and satisfaction
Kamila Glowacki and I talk shyness, teaching, and college towns