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Tuesday Apr 10, 2018

Hello friends! My guest for episode 686 is Rachel Vette, leader of New Orleans, electronic rock band, The Vettes! Their incredible new album, Gold Star is available now and features songs produced by Zak Loy from the band Live and songs mixed by Tim Palmer (Pearl Jam, Blue October, Robert Plant). They'll be playing Freanch Quarter Fest in New Orleans this Sunday, April 15th. Go to thevettes.com for music, videos, tour dates and more. Rachel stopped by during SXSW and we had a great conversation about having a family band, touring with your brothers, making Gold Star and much, much more! Plus, Andy Macintyre stops by to talk about his amazing new e.p., Meloman that drops this Saturday, April 14th. The album was recorded with legendary, Grammy winning engineer, Stuart Sullivan (Sublime, Butthole Surfers) and, like The Vettes, mixed by Tim Palmer (Ozzy Osbourne, Tin Machine, Quiet Company). Andy is celebrating this release with a show this Saturday, April 14th at Antone's here in Austin. Go to macintyrerocks.com for more info. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Episode 673: Donovan Keith

Friday Feb 23, 2018

Friday Feb 23, 2018

Hello friends! Former Soul Track Mind frontman, Donovan Keith is my guest for episode 673! Soul Track Mind disbanded in 2016 and Donovan took the reigns of his solo career and released a solo e.p. Carry Me On in 2017 to great acclaim. His new band is on the road as of the day this podcast comes out playing in San Angelo, TX on Friday, February 23rd and Alpine, TX on Saturday, February 24th. Go to onesoulsinger.com for music, videos, tourdates and more! Donovan and I have a great conversation about his time in Soul Track Mind, making Carry Me On, his podcast, "Ginger Got Soul Podcast" on Soundcloud, touring, West Texas and much, much more. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Donovan. I sure did. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG 

Tuesday Feb 13, 2018

Hello friends! Multiple Austin Music Award winner, one of Austin's most prolific artists/performers/producers and one of my very best friends, A.J. Vallejo returns to the show for episode 669! You know A.J. from his many bands, Vallejo, Love & Chaos, Southtown and many, many more, but A.J. is releasing his FIRST solo album Love Songs For Dummies tomorrow, Wednesday, February 14th! Go to ajvallejo.com for videos info and tourdates. The album is entirely written, produced, recorded and performed by A.J. and as you'll find out in our conversation, only the first in a series of releases this year. We have a great talk about making Love Songs For Dummies, how it's a journal of his releationships for the last ten years, keeping all of his musical projects running and much, much more. I love A.J. and I'm so proud of him for releasing this great album. I can't wait to see what else he has up his sleeve. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Friday Feb 02, 2018

Hello friends! Drummer/percussionist extraordinaire, John Spiece is my guest for episode 666! You might know John from Grupo Fantasma, Brownout, Brown Sabbath, Money Chicha, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Kalu James & The Electric Joint and many, many more. Grupo Fantasma just finished recording new music at Sonic Ranch out in Tornillo, TX, Brownout is playing some dates and Kalu James is about to head out on the road, so John has a busy February. John and i have a great conversation about heading to Denton to learn percussion, touring with Hairy Apes BMX, the magical music scene of North Texas in the early 90's, doing the Brown Sabbath thing for Ozzy himself and much, much more! Plus, Adam Sultan stops by to talk about his brilliant, new podcast, "Friends With Deficits" where he has candid conversations with friends that have rare dideases. Adam's intelligence, big heart and phenomenal sense of humor make this show a great listen. Check it out here friendswithdeficitspodcast.com Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Episode 665: Kady Rain IV

Tuesday Jan 30, 2018

Tuesday Jan 30, 2018

Hello friends! Pop artist, Kady Rain and her collaborator, Ben Bazzrea return for episode 665! Her latest single, "Take Me", a collaboration with Donatachi came out last August and has tens of thousands of downloads already. If you live in Austin, you can see Kady perform live on Tuesday, January 30th at The Brixton for Music Firsthand's "Comedians Interviewing Musicians". The event starts at 7pm and can be streamed live at musicfirsthand.live. We have a great conversation about Kady's first time onstage at The Legendary Broken Spoke and getting a compliment from Roky Erickson, her battles with the "unwoke" on social media, their new collaborations, new management and booking agent, new songs coming down the pipe and much, much more. Plus, they debut an acoustic version of a new song LIVE on the show. you can find all of their stuff at kadyrain.com Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Friday Jan 05, 2018

Hello friends! The incredibly talented and always entertaining pop artist, Skye Strickler returns to the show for episode 658! Lat we checked in with Skye back in 2017, he had just released his brilliant e.p. DNA and since then he's been running around the U.S. promoting it. You can find all you need to know about Skye by going to skyestrickler.com. Skye and I caught up before Christmas and had a great conversation about his recent trip to Florida where he performed at a fabulous party, his incredibly strong heart, his latest collaboration borders., co-writing with usicians from around the world, Popstravaganza 2018 and much, much more! I always have a blast hanging out with Skye. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Friday Oct 27, 2017

Hello friends! David Dalton from Afrocentric/Latin/funk/soul/psychedelic nine-piece band, Continental Drift, returns to the show. They're releasing their amazing album, The Tide, next Friday, November 3rd on vinyl. They'll be celebrating with a "vinyl release" party that same night at Cheer Up Charlie's here in Austin with special guests, Hard Proof and Superfonicos. Find out more about their schedule, music and more go to continentaldriftmusic.com David and I have a great conversation about making The Tide and working with Adriend Quesada and Alex Maas, the trials of a nine-piece band, getting into engineering, microphones and much, much more. I hope you enjoy our conversation. I sure did. Let's get down! 
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Oct 10, 2017

Hello friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. Andy Tenberg and Paul Kresowik from Austin R&B/Soul band, Tomar And The FCs are my guests for epsiode 633! Their brilliant album, Heart Attack engineered by one of our favorites, Adrien Quesada, is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. They were The Austin Music Foundation's Band of the Month for September and they'll be play ACL Fest this Saturday, October 14th. Go to thefcs.band for music, videos and gig schedule. We have a great conversation about how the FCs came to be, Iowa, making Heart Attack, what they're working on next, i was really wrong about The Astros making it to the playoffs and I'm sorry and much, much more! I had a great time getting to know Paul and Andy. I'm sure you will too. Plus, my friend, artist/musician Donnie Henry checks in via Skype to talk about his latest industrial art show, Music To My Eyes which will be up Friday, October 13th through Sunday, October 15th at The Hotel Van Zant here in Austin, TX. Donnie and I have a fantastic chat about what made him make art out of his musical memories and how he can help make that art for YOU. You can fnd out more about Donnie and his Music To My Eyes art show at hotelreginamtme.com. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Friday Sep 01, 2017

Hello friends! Hurricane Harvey has really laid some destruction on our fair state. Over 38,000 people are in shelters and the time to help is now. This page on texasmonthly.com shows you the many ways you can help those in need. Speaking of which, my friend, Louie Carr stopped by after his first trip to Houston. Louie and his partners at BMUSED Imaging bought a boat, grabbed an R.V. and headed to Houston to rescue people from their flooded streets and homes. It's an extremely intense scenme down there as Louie tells us. Also, he let's us know what the most needed spplies are. Louie is a real hero among many others who have come to the aid of these people in need.
Industrial rock hero, Curse Mackey is my guest on the show today! You might know Curse from his many musical projects including, PIGFACE, Evil Mothers, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, DJ and solo performances and even his latest project, Amorous. He's also a real art currator, he's published two books of art, he's the co-founder of Mosaic Sound Collective, he's composed and produced music for video games and much, much more. Find him at cursemackey.com Curse is a real artist and a great hang. I hope you enjoy getting to know him. I sure did. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Episode 616: Finlay

Tuesday Aug 08, 2017

Tuesday Aug 08, 2017

Hello friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. My guest for episode 616 is pop singer and songwriter, Finlay! Finlay's latest single, "Tides" released in March, has been played over 129,000 on Spotify alone. "Tides" is is only her second single. Her first single, "Always There" was released in November. you can find music, videos and more at finlaymusic.com So in the last 9 Months, Finlay has released 2 singles, gotten over 140,000 plays on both combined on Spotify, secured major management, was picked as one of NPR's "100 Artists To Watch at SXSW 2017", she was Austin Music Foundation's Artist of the Month for July and a lot more. You might be asking yourself, "How does she do it?". Well, Finlay and I have a great conversation about growing up in Houston, learning piano at a young age, going to college in L.A., surviving a deadly shark attack in 2012, returning to the ocean and comitting her life to music, making music with her husband and much, much more! I had a great time getting to know Paige Finlay. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

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