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Oct. 1, 2021

Jacob from SOJA

It’s been 4 years between SOJA records, but with the release of Beauty in the Silence, fans can once again rejoice. It’s a superb record with lots of great guests, so we caught up with Jacob Hemphill to talk about …

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Sept. 14, 2021

The Sound Podcast - September 14, 2021.

This week we talk about Gov’t Mule's forthcoming record, Warren Haynes’ awesomeness, a little more about Dead & Company’s summer tour, and why we won’t be buying any Eric Clapton albums. Segment 1 Tune: Gov’t Mule - Heavy Loa...

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Sept. 6, 2021

The Sound Podcast with Eggy - September 6, 2021.

Phish Summer Tour Wraps Up at Dick’s, Lots more Dead @ Co. Tour, would you buy old studio gear?, Shout out to NOLA and more. Segment 1: Phish - Mike's Song > The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday > Aveinu …

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Aug. 30, 2021

The Sound Podcast - August 30, 2021.

On today’s show: Remembering Charlie Watts and Lee Scratch Perry, Dead & Co summer tour rolls on, Phish begin the second leg of their summer tour, some notes, thoughts and more. Listen wherever you get podcasts or at thesound...

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Aug. 23, 2021

The Sound Podcast - August 23, 2021.

On today’s show: wishing Blues Traveler all the best, a fresh perspective on Dead & Company, so much great music to discover and much more. Plus music from Dead & Company, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and Widespread Panic. Intro S...

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Aug. 16, 2021

The Sound Podcast - August 16, 2021.

We’ve done some tinkering, and think you’ll like the new format for the show. Have a listen and let us know what you think on Twitter via @thesoundwithira. On today’s episode we talk COVID, JRAD at LOCKIN’, Phish Summer Tour …

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July 26, 2021

Chan Kinchla of Blues Traveler

For their upcoming album release, Blues Traveler were determined to do something different than just putting out another record like they had three years ago with Hurry Up and Hang Around. The band this time decided on a cove...

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July 19, 2021

Steve Berlin of Los Lobos

43 years into making records, Los Lobos, who actually formed in 1973 wanted to do something different for their latest release, the first on New West Records. Originally the plan was to do an all covers record, something the ...

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July 16, 2021

Midnight North

Like you, we’ve been following the Midnight North story for a while now. For the uninitiated though,they are a roots rock Americana quartet out of the Bay Area. While there have been personnel changes over the years, the cons...

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July 12, 2021

Kris from Umphrey's McGee

Umphrey's McGee’s forthcoming record is entitled “You Walked Up Shaking in Your Boots but You Stood Tall and Left a Raging Bull” and is due out July 17th. The instrumental album features 12 walk up or intro song the band …

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July 9, 2021

Dave McMurray

Grateful Deadication is a new project from saxophonist Dave McMurray. It’s a cerebral and interesting take on some of the Grateful Dead’s work. The album itself is due out next Friday on Blue Note records. Jazz renditions or ...

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July 2, 2021

Ryan Stasik of Doom Flamingo

Doom Flamingo, is a synthwave band out of Charleston, South Carolina. Sure, it’s been a while since we spent a lot of time with synthwave, but what makes this band’s story a little more intriguing for our community, is that …

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June 27, 2021

Gabe Dixon

You’ve been listening to Lay it on Me, the title track from Gabe Dixon’s recently released solo record. I’ve been a fan of Gabe’s work, dating back to his 2008 debut album The Gabe Dixon Band, which also included Wood …

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June 25, 2021

Oliver Wood

You may know Oliver Wood as one half of the Wood Brothers, the other half being Chris Wood who also plays in Medeski Martin and Wood. Always Smilin’ is Oliver’s first solo record, but this savvy music veteran isn’t a …

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June 20, 2021

Amy Helm

Many musicians who grow up in the shadow of their famous musician parents desperately try to shake their heritage in favor of setting their own path. Singer-songwriter Amy Helm isn’t one of those people. Instead she continues...

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