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Episode 957: LiLi Roquelin

Tuesday Aug 04, 2020

Tuesday Aug 04, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're all doing well. French-born New York-based Singer/songwriter, producer, LiLi Roquelin is my guest for episode 957! Her latest album, the very positive, Be Inspired is available now wherever you find your music. Go to liliroquelin.com for music, videos and more. We have a great conversation about being born and raised in a small town in France, her journey from France to Cleveland to NYC, self-producing Be Inspired, the need for a positive message during these uncertain times, life under quarantine and much more. I had a great time getting to know LiLi. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
 
Ciao! -JG
 
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Tuesday Apr 23, 2019

Hello friends! Singer/songwriter, Adrí Lavigne is my guest for episode 796! He is releasing  a new single, the Matt Novesky (Blue October) produced, "Take Me Home" this Friday, May 26th. He jumped into a career in music about a year ago, which is soon, but he's already in the studio with real dudes. Go adrilavigne.com for music, show dates and more. Adrí and I have a great conversation about growing up in Géraudot France, a village of about 300, the culture shock of moving to the U.S. at 10 years old, making music with his dad, working with Matt Novesky and much more. I had a great time getting to know Adrí. I'm sure you will too. Plus, the amazing Stephanie Marlar stops by to chat about her big Star Wars themed event, the 4th annual "May The 4th Be With Y'all" benefitting Ronald McDonald House taking place Saturday, May 4th from 2pm to midnight at The Highball here in Austin. The event is a must for any Star Wars fan and includes an art show, live tattooing, Star Wars themed performances. Find out more at silverlegcreative.org. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Jun 12, 2018

Hello gang! Nathan Singleton and Jeremy Harrell, better known as The Sideshow Tragedy return to the show for episode 704! Their new album, the gothic rock statement, The View From Nowhere is out now! They'll be playing New York City, Nashvile, Little Rock and more starting next week. Go to thesideshowtragedy.com for tour dates, music, videos and more. We have a great conversation about making The View From Nowhere in Catskill, NY, touring Europe, fatherhood, their deep friendship tha drives the band and much more! I always have a great time hanging out with these two talented dudes. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Episode 572: Christine Albert

Tuesday Mar 07, 2017

Tuesday Mar 07, 2017

Hello friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. I had a good one. I played a couple of shows with SKYROCKET!, I got to meet my cousin's new baby, Samuel. SXSW is upon us. It starts this week with the interactive and film festivals. I'll be doing a live podcast next week, Thursday, March 16th at 11 am at the SXSW Podcast Stage in the Brazos Room at the JW Marriot in downtown Austin. My guests will be Aaron Behrens and Jonas Wilson from The Midnight Stroll. It's an official SXSW event, so you'll need a badge. For more info go to SXSW Podcast Stage: How Did I Get Here?.
My guest for episode 572 is singer/songwriter/philanthropist and all-around wonderful person, Christine Albert! You might know Christine from her "TexaFrance" album trilogy or her 6 albums and 20 year partnership with Chris Gage in Albert and Gage or her non-profit, Swan Songs. Christine and I have an amazing conversation about her latest album, Everything's Beautiful Now, her time as the Grammy chair, her dealings with CBS Nashville, starting Swan Songs, dealing with death, her Blue Bell Ice Cream commercial in the 80's and much, much more! I hope you enjoy our conversation. I sure did. Let's get down!
 
ciao! -jg

Tuesday Nov 01, 2016

Hello friends! I you're all doing well. Things are good here. I'm rehearsing some with my band, Ladyband Johnson for our show this Friday 11/4 at The Continental Club here in Austin. We go on at 11 pm. Come out and say hi. Other than that, tonight (Tuesday 11/1) I'll be doing some hosting duties at the TuneCore and Austin Music Foundation at Emo's. Come have a drink, hear about the many services TuneCore has to offer to better serve local artists, and catch sets by Austin-based artists, Migrant Kids and Keeper! Here's the Facebook event page 
My guests for episode 538 are Brooklyn based synth-rockers, Bootblacks and French synth wave band, Liste Noire! Both bands have new albums out and just toured Europe together and are currently on the road in America. Go to Bootblacks.net and Listenoire.tv to check out their music and find out if they're coming to a town near you. Nico from Liste Noire and Panther from Bootblacks join me via Skype and we have a great conversation about drum machines and sythesizers, touring Europe vs. America, living in a post-modern era as an artist, Mr. T for president, 80's sax solos and much more! I hope you enjoy getting to know Panther and Nico as much as I did. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Episode 472: Brannen Temple

Tuesday Mar 15, 2016

Tuesday Mar 15, 2016

hello friends! i hope this episode finds you well. austin, texas is in the depths of sxsw. it's all happening. bands are running around town. pedestrians are in the middle of the road looking at their phones. people are littering. i had a hangover the other day. all signs that sxsw is in full-swing. i got to attend a very special documentary screening last night. it's called "the shopkeeper" and it's about my mentor, musician/songwriter/producer, mark hallman. i had the good fortune of getting to be in it and it was absolutely amazing. my friend rain perry made it. i'll keep you guys up on what's going on with it and when it's going to come out. keep an eye out for "the shopkeeper".
my guest for episode 472 is drummer, brannen temple. you might know brannen from his bands, temple underground, black red black blaze and more. or you might know him from his work with, sheena easton, eric johnson, janet jackson, the dixie chicks, boz skaggs and many, many more. brannen is one of the best drummers and musicians i've ever seen in my life. most people that know him say that too. he's also one of the coolest guys i've meet and have had on the show. we have an in-depth conversation about what music means, what it does, what it can do. brannen's approach to studio and live playing. this is honestly one of my favorite episodes. prepare for a lesson in true cool. enjoy my conversation with this masterful musician and soulful human being. i sure did. let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Friday Jan 08, 2016

hello friends! i hope you're all doing well and getting ready for the weekend. i have a big show for you guys today. first up, i have a skype conversation with houston press writer, kristy loye! kristy wrote an article for the houston press.com called, "rock and roll is dead, and even axl and slash can't save it". that really hit a nerve with people both with it and against it. go read it for yourself here . i reached out to kristy because i thought she touched on some important issues facing all musicians, how to make a living in an age where support for musicians (and artists in general) is becoming more scarce by the day. great conversation!!!on a completely different note, i also talk to french-pop artist, lou rebecca. lou is playing a show tonight, fri. 1/8 at the vulcan gas company in austin, tx. she moved here 6 months ago from paris, where she grew up the daughter of a pop singer mother and record producing father. she has an ep ready for release but has to figure out her deal with her french publishing company, sony. lou and her husband, daniel, a great photographer and director, came by last week and we had a great conversation. i hope you enjoy getting to know her as much as i did. let's get down!ciao! jg

Monday Dec 14, 2015

hello friends! i hope you all had a great weekend! i did. i was back in the saddle with skyrocket. we went to houston and played a corporate christmas party. it was good, but i didn't feel well during the show. like the whole show. i soldiered through though. came back to austin on saturday, did this podcast with the welches took a two-hour nap and played hanover's with skyrocket. i felt much better. we had a good time. i'm struggling with wearing earplugs on stage... i hate it.episode 445 is a super-sized episode loaded with extra goodness! first up, i have a quick skype conversation with power pop legend and one of my heroes, dwight twilley! dwight is playing a solo acoustic show THIS thursday, december 17th at the hole in the wall here in austin, tx. here's some more info on the show twilley @ the hole in the wall anyway, dwight and i catch up since our last chat (around a year ago) about playing solo shows, his art book, smoking and more! it's a good time. next up, we're joined by kevin, dustin and savannah welch! they're taking their "welch family throwdown" around texas this week. they'll be in wimberley, the woodlands and ft. worth. find out more here welch family throwdown we have a fantastic conversation about making music as a family, dustin's non-profit, soldier songs, kevin's songwriting retreats, nashville then vs. now, broadway faces and much, much more! i love the welches. i'm sure you will too. let's get down! ciao! -jg

Episode 436: Tom Meny

Tuesday Nov 17, 2015

Tuesday Nov 17, 2015

hello friends! i hope you're all doing well. i know everyone is just trying to get their heads around the atrocities in paris on friday. my heart goes out to all of the victims and their families and friends. in other news, i am playing a solo show tonight (11/17) at the townsend in austin, tx. my friend jonas wilson will be playing a set before me at 8pm. come out and have a fancy drink at the townsend and enjoy some tunes and stories some from me and my pal, jonas.my guest for episode 436 is singer/songwriter, tom meny! tom has just released an acoustic e.p., songs i do. tom has released a few albums won several songwriting competitions including the 2015 kerrville folk festival "grassy hill new folk competition. he's had over two million youtube views. he's the host of "the singer/songwriter podcast. you might also know him from the ray prim songwriting game and ray's "soulwriters in the round" series. i first heard about tom through ray prim who tom sites as an influence. tom and i have a great conversation. he's a talented and entertaining guy. i hope you like getting to know him as much as i did. let's get down!ciao! -jg

Episode 432: Robert LaRoche

Wednesday Nov 04, 2015

Wednesday Nov 04, 2015

hello friends! i hope you're all easing into fall. getting out those sweaters and jackets and hats. i want to welcome all of the new listeners. i hope that the show is serving you well. informing and entertaining you. please feel free to "like" and leave comments on the episodes here on the podbean page. also, we encourage you to "like" our facebook page and you can follow the whereabouts of our former guests, see what shows are coming up, see pictures of me with the guests and much more. please go there and get involved with the show!my guest for episode 432 is guitarist/singer/songwriter releasing his debut solo album, patient man robert laroche! robert has a record release show THIS friday november 6th at strange brew lounge side in austin, tx! i've known robert for over a decade and i've always had a great time hanging out with him. you might know robert best from being the guitar player for patricia vonne for over 15 years.  maybe you know him from his north hampton, mass band, the sighs which were active from the early 80's through the 90's. anyway, robert has gone through some life changes and struck out on his own with his gorgeous solo album, patient man produced by my pal, darin murphy. i hope you enjoy getting to know robert. i sure did. let's get down!ciao! -jg

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