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Dec. 13, 2018

Episode 160: Lyle from Motet

The Motet have been on our radar for a long time. We like their version of Funk, Soul and R&B quite a bit. They have a new record…

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Dec. 11, 2018

Episode 159: Lotus

While I’m not generally a Jamtronica fan, when Frames Per Second hit my inbox I gave it several spins before reaching out to the …

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Dec. 6, 2018

Episode 158: The Kitchen Dwellers

The Kitchen Dwellers are a straight ahead bluegrass/newgrass band from Montana. We caught up with Max Davies and Torrin Daniels o…

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Dec. 4, 2018

Episode 157: Ben Sparaco

While you may not have heard of Ben Sparaco and The New Effect yet, no doubt in the coming year you will. Ben, a Florida native, …

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Nov. 22, 2018

Episode 156: John Kadlecik

John Kadlecik has been on the show before and we always enjoy welcoming such a talented guy. We were absolutely blown away by his…

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Nov. 20, 2018

Episode 155: Tara & Jeb - Donna The Buffalo

Donna the Buffalo, are in fact a band beyond description, blending all a host of genres, into a hodge podge of styles from folk, …

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Nov. 15, 2018

Episode 154: Joe Firstman of The Cordovas

Joe Firstman has been a guy who has toiled in near obscurity but has had a fairly high profile career in the music business for a…

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Nov. 13, 2018

Episode 153: Sam Bush

For the uninitiated, Sam Bush was a founding member of the band New Grass Revival, and as the name of this 70s outfit would sugge…

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Nov. 8, 2018

Episode 152: Reid Genauer

Way, way, way back in the day, I was obsessed with a band from Vermont called…. Strangefolk. There was something at the time that…

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Nov. 6, 2018

Episode 151: Chad Stokes of Dispatch

We’ve been big fans of Dispatch, since 1997’s “The General”. Wow, it just hit me, that was over 20 years ago. Their sound blends …

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Nov. 1, 2018

Episode 150: Katie Skene of California Kind

California Kind is a jam band super group from the Bay Area in California mostly. The sounds and playing may all sound vaguely fa…

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Oct. 30, 2018

Episode 149: Farmer Dave of The Skiffle Players

The Skiffle Players are some what of a hodge podge of terrific California players including singer-songwriter, Cass McCombs, Neal…

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Oct. 25, 2018

Episode 148: John Medeski of Mad Skillet

While John Medeski fronts Mad Skillet, an interesting four piece borne out of New Orleans jams, the project is certainly a sum of…

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Oct. 22, 2018

Episode 147: Elliott Peck

You may remember Elliott Peck’s name from Midnight North the band she fronts with Grahame Lesh. This project however is more pers…

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Oct. 18, 2018

Episode 146: Keller Williams

Keller is one of those guys we’ve been dying to have on the show, because he is so unique in his musical approach, while performi…

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Oct. 16, 2018

Episode 145: Lindsay Lou

Lindsay Lou and her band the Flatbellys have been mainstays of the current neo-bluegrass revival. Her recognizable sound is both …

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Oct. 11, 2018

Episode 144: Sister Sparrow

I think you’ll agree that Sister Sparrow’s voice is absolutely incredible, and this songstress’s past efforts with her band mates…

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Oct. 9, 2018

Episode 143: Jorma Kaukonen

Been So Long is the title of Jorma’s recent autobiography available from St. Martin’s Press. The memoir is filled with delicious …

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Oct. 4, 2018

Episode 142: Marcus King

Having listened to Marcus King Band’s Carolina Confessions now several times, I can tell you, that Marcus has grown as a songwrit…

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Oct. 2, 2018

Episode 141: Amy Helm

Amy Helm’s sophomore release, This Too Shall LIght is a gorgeous record, that taps into Amy’s wonderful spirit, her undeniable vo…

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Sept. 27, 2018

Episode 140: Doyle Bramhall II

We’ve had so many talented people on the show since we began in January 2017, but few have had the recording, producing and touri…

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Sept. 26, 2018

Episode 139: Decker

Though not a household name to many, decker. has been toiling as a singer songwriter for just under a decade in Sedona, Arizona. …

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Sept. 25, 2018

Episode 138: Ed Jurdi - Band of Heathens

In 1972, Ray Charles released "A Message for the People", a record, that combined his soul and R&B style with some distinctly cou…

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Sept. 20, 2018

Episode 137: Erik Deutsch

If you’ve part of the jam band scene for a while, you’ve no doubt heard the name Erik Deutsch. He’s been somewhat of a fixture da…

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