Author: Ira Haberman

Episode 169: Andy Hall – The Infamous Stringdusters

In late 2018, The Infamous Stringdusters released “Live from Telluride”. The 20 song album was indeed taken from an entire performance at that famed festival, and the set spans the bands 12 year and 8 album career. A Hard Life Makes a Good Song was a track off their 2017 Grammy award winning record Laws of Gravity. Though the album was released back in November, the boys have been on the road, you know, doing what they do, so up until recently we haven’t had a chance to catch up with anyone to talk about the live release, or...

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Episode 168: Marc Brownstein

We’ve all been listening to the Disco Biscuits forever. We always keep an eye out for Marc Brownstein’s work, since we appreciate his work on bass, and he has similar taste in music. So when we read that he started this new project called Star Kitchen, a Funk type thing, we were jonesing to hear exactly what was going on.

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Episode 166: The Alpine Camp

It would be nearly impossible for me or the rest of the team to be aware of every band out there that somehow in some way fits into the community of music we bring you. So it’s nice when a band reaches out to us to tell about their project and what they are up to. We can’t feature all of them on the show, but there was something about The Alpine Camp that really intrigued us. Probably the blend of musicianship, song writing and fun, that caught our attention.

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Episode 165: 2018 Playlist

We decided instead of putting another highlight show together we would instead offer up this playlist of some of our favourite songs from 2018’s episodes. Let’s face it when you do 95 shows, thats a lot of music, so we’ve purposely left out songs you would have heard in our two recap shows, so that you can enjoy some fresh tunes you may or may not have heard over the course of the last twelve months. Sorry, we just couldn’t include everything. We’ve also broken the sets up into different categories, so if you don’t feel like sticking through an entire set, you can skip ahead to the next batch of songs.

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