Episode 941: My Ancestors Hold Me Up With JaRon Marshall

• July 7th, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician, JaRon Marshall from Black Pumas! JaRon and I have a great conversation about growing up in Louisiana, dealing with racism, life under quarantine, staying prolific and much more. I would like to thank JaRon for his time and insight. You can find JaRon's music and more at jaronmarshall.com. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

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Episode 940: Drint

• July 6th, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're all doing well after the long weekend. Austin R&B artist, Drint is my guest for episode 940! His debut EP, the gorgeous and deeply personal, "Don't Save Me" is available now where ever you stream or download your jams. You can also purchase the album and kick Drint a little something if you wish at Bandcamp.com. We have an amazing conversation about "working it out" in his songwriting, coming out after growing up in the church, overcoming homelessness, heartache and loneliness, life under quarantine and much more! I had a great time getting to know this amazingly talented young man. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

Ciao! -JG

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Episode 939: Love And Grace With Jimi Calhoun

• July 1st, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by author, pastor, musician, Jimi Calhoun! Jimi talks about his experiences with racism, his books, growing up in the Bay Area, playing with Dr. John, Sly Stone, becoming a pastor and much more. I would like to thank Jimi for his time and insight. He is an amazing writer. I read his book "A Story Of Rhythm And Grace: What The Church Can Learn From Rock And Roll About Healing The Racial Divide" and it's an amazing read. His latest book is "The Sound Of Love And Grace". We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

Find Jimi's books and more at jimicalhoun.com

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Episode 938: Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns

• June 29th, 2020

Hello gang! I hope you're all safe, healthy and sane. Phil Lewis, lead singer of seminal hard rock band L.A. Guns is my guest for episode 938! L.A. Guns has been hard at work lately writing and recording new music. Their latest single, "Let You Down" is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to lagunsmusic.com for music, videos and more! Phil and I have a great conversation about his time living in Austin, preserving his voice, his time in the band, Girl, reuniting with Tracii Guns and keeping L.A. Guns alive and kicking and much more! I had a great time catching up with my old friend. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

Ciao! -JG

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Episode 937: Two Cities With Chandra Washington

• June 27th, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician, actor, dancer, healer, Chandra Washington! Chandra shares her experiences with racism, growing up in Austin and Washington D.C., White Fragility, her work with the Sun Ra Arkestra and much more. I would like to thank Chandra for her time and insight. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

Find out more about Chandra at allthingschandra.yolasite.com

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Episode 936: Ruby Dice

• June 25th, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're all safe, healthy and sane. Bass player, singer/songwriter, Ruby Dice is my guest for episode 936! Her new singles, "Yellow T-Shirt" and "Wild Ones" are available where ever you stream or download your jams. Go to rubydice.com for music, links to socials and more. You can see Ruby and her songwriting partner, Calloway Ritch playing a weekly live stream on their Facebook page Tuesdays at 6:30 pm. We have a great conversation about growing up in Colorado singing in church, making her move to Austin, making her new singles, life under quarantine, Girl Jam Paack and much more! I had a great time getting to know Ruby. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

Ciao! -JG

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Episode 935: My People Suffer For Their Lack of Knowledge With Ter’ell Shahid

• June 24th, 2020

Three weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician/entrepreneur, Ter'ell Shahid! Ter'ell shares his experiences with racism, the Austin music scene, his spirituality, funny business practices by the city, his time on the music commission and much more. I would like to thank Ter'ell for his time and his insight. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

Find Ter'ell on Facebook.

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Episode 934: Seela Returns Again!

• June 23rd, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're safe, healthy and sane. Singer/songwriter, visual artist, Seela returns to the show for episode 934! Seela's gorgeous new album, Cool, drops on July 24th and will be up for pre-sale tomorrow, Wed. 6/24. Go to iamseela.com for more info, videos, music and more! Seela and I have a great conversation about taking the role of producer on Cool and the year it took to make, life under quarantine, MySpace, the homemade lyric videos she's making, her faith and what it means to her and much more! I always have a great time hanging out with Seela. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

Ciao! -JG

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Episode 933: 40 Acres And A Mule With Ray Prim

• June 22nd, 2020

Three weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by singer/soulwriter, Ray Prim. Ray and I have a great conversation about racism in America and what we can do to eradicate it, the Austin music scene, silence and much more. I would like to thank Ray for his time and his insight. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

Find out more about Ray at rayprim.com 

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Episode 932: Taking Action With Jackie Venson

• June 19th, 2020

Happy Juneteenth! Two weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by award winning musician, Jackie Venson. Jackie put herself on the line last week and stood up for black musicians in Austin to get a fair shot at playing the popular music series, Blues On The Green. She was heard and given a shot at making her own all-black line-up. She wrote two op ed pieces for The Austin American-Statesman. Read them HERE. Jackie and I talk all about her week, her daily live streams under quarantine, what needs to change for us to do better and much more! I'm very proud of Jackie for being such a force for good and change. Enjoy!

Find more Jackie Venson stuff at jackievenson.com

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