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Friday Feb 14, 2020

Happy Valentine's Day! Musician/composer/producer/engineer and all-around brilliant artist, Jonas Wilson is my guest for episode 844!  When Jonas isn't making records for other artists like Alta Mesa or making music in bands like The Midnight Stroll, he's writing and recording his own music in his studio. He's taken 50 songs he's written and recorded over the last decade and is releasing them this year. The first song, the dreamy, "Somebody Save Rock n Roll" is available now on Bandcamp.com. He's dropping another 20 songs tomorrow, Sat. 2/20 and celebrating with a show at Lockhart Arts & Crafts in Lockhart, TX. Go to jonaswilsonmusic.com for music, show dates and more. We have a great conversation about rock & roll and why it needs saving, his record label Mr. Pink Records and the artists that have joined, the rise of the cassette, our run-in with Mick Fleetwood and much more! I have been friends and been making music with Jonas for almost 20 years and I always love hanging out with him. I'm sure you will too. Plus, my valentine, photographer, Jenna Barrett joins me in the intro to chat about her new podcast, "Static Exposure", where she and her co-host, Julie Davis talk with others in the photography and fashion industry. You can find "Static Exposure" on Spotify and wherever you stream the pods. Great show! Let's get down!
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Ciao! -JG

Episode 866: The Blowies

Thursday Dec 12, 2019

Thursday Dec 12, 2019

Hello friends! Tucker Jameson and Samuel Thompson from politically-driven and out-spoken, Austin punk-pop band, The Blowies are my guests for episode 866! Their new single, the hilarious sing-along, "Selfie Fucks" dropped this week. Go to theblowies.com for music, show dates and more! We have a great conversation about approaching political songwriting with a sense of humor, where society is at in 2019, Sharks In The Deep End, Berklee College of Music, writing personal lyrics vs. political lyrics and much more! I had a great time getting to know Tucker and Samuel. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
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Ciao! -JG
 

Tuesday Oct 15, 2019

Hello friends! Austin's surfy, fuzz-pop band, Shivery Shakes return to the show for episode 848! Their latest album, Weird Weather dropped last month and they are out on tour of America for the next couple of weeks supporting it. Go to shiveryshakes.band for tour dates, music and more. We have a great conversation about growing up in the Austin music scene, the tougher sound of Weird Weather, high school bands, touring and much more! I had a great time hanging with Shivery Shakes again. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
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Ciao! -JG

Episode 846: Larry Seaman

Tuesday Oct 08, 2019

Tuesday Oct 08, 2019

Hello friends! Legendary Austin musician/artist, Larry Seaman is my guest for episode 846! Larry's new album, the brilliant, Resurrectionist drops next Friday, October 18th and he's celebrating with a release show on Sunday Oct. 20 at Saxon Pub here in Austin. Go to larryseamanartmusic.com for show info, music, art and much more. We have a great conversation about 70's Austin, the punk scene including Raul's, The Beach, his band Standing Waves, living in New York in the 80's, his visual art, making Resurrectionist with co-producer Ron Flynt and much more! I had a great time getting to know Larry. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
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Ciao! -JG

Friday Sep 13, 2019

Music legend, Daniel Johnston passed away on Wednesday at the age of 58. A sad, sad loss for our community. Photographer, Todd V. Wolfson joins me for a conversation remembering Daniel. 

Episode 830: Calvin Locklear

Friday Aug 16, 2019

Friday Aug 16, 2019

Hello gang! Singer/songwriter, Calvin Locklear is my guest for episode 830! His latest album, the guitar pop manifesto, "Gift Horse" is available now on all of the streaming places. He'll be playing at The Townsend in Austin, TX on Friday, September 6th. Go to calvinlocklear.com for music, show dates and more. We have a great conversation about moving to ATX from Denver in 2015, playing long gigs for the playing experience, breaking into the scene in Denver and Austin, our love of Tascam 4-track cassette machines, MySpace, street teams, making "Gift Horse" and much more! I had a great time getting to know Calvin. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Attention musicians! Need a short run of vinyl? Check out our friends at Austin Signal! Click HERE for 10% Discount on Vinyl Cuts for Podcast Listeners. 1-50 copies, No Minimum. Enter code HDIGH
Ciao! -JG

Friday Feb 01, 2019

Hello friends! I have a double-header for you today! First up, Gray Parsons, who's one-man recording project The Higher Ups have just released it's debut album, the brilliant, Eternal Return. Gray wrote, recorded and produced the album all by himself on his Tascam 388 analog tape recorder (my all time favorite machine) and you can find it The Higher Ups Bandcamp page. Gray and I have a great conversation about making an album by yourself on analog equipment, the biblical imagery on the album, what is a nihilist and more. Next up, Altamesa frontman Evan Charles joins me. Their new album, the dark and dreamy, Idol Frontier drops next Friday, 2/8. They're celebrating with a release show on that same night at Cheer Up Charlie's here in Austin. Go to altamesamusic.com for show dates, music and more. Evan and I talk about the gothic element in their sound, his musical journey, co-producer Jonas Wilson, recording to tape and much more! I had a great time getting to know these brilliant artists. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Jan 22, 2019

In December of last year, The Austin Music Foundation invited me to do some live panel discussions with three legendary Austin creatives about their journey and "how they got here" at the On the Record An ATX Marketplace and Panel event at Native Hostel. I sat down and got into it with producer/musician, Chris "Frenchie" Smith, Kathy Valentine from The Go-Go's and The Bluebonnets and Louis Black film producer, co-founder of SXSW, The Austin Chronicle and the new Sex Hawke Black Records. I would like to thank On the Record sponsors, Vinylmnky, Native Hostels, SXSW and The Austin Music Foundation for having me. I would also like to thank WERD Productions for recording the show and running the sound. I hope you enjoy these inspiring conversations with these legendary creative trailblazers. I sure did. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG
 

Monday May 14, 2018

Hello gang! JP and Matt from Austin rock band, Built By Snow are my guests for epsiode 696! Their latest album, Mega is available now where ever you download or stream your jams. They don't have any shows on the books but you can find their music, videos, shows and more at builtbysnow.com I have a great conversation with JP and Matt about their journey as a band, our love of strange electronic instruments, making Mega, what it takes to be a rock band in the 21st century and much, much more! I had a great time getting to know thee dudes. I'm sure you will too. Plus, my friends, MC and Andrew from Shy Beast stop by to talk about their latest single, the brilliant, "My Stride" out this Saturday, May 19th and their release show at The Mohawk here in Austin that same night. Go to shybeast.com for more info. Also, don't forget to join us THIS Sunday, May 20th at 6pm at One-2-One Bar here in Austin for a live recording of episode 700! I have a great panel of guests lined up and there's no cover. More info HERE! Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Apr 17, 2018

Hello friends! Traverse City, Michigan's own Sony Masterworks recording artists, The Accidentals return to the show today! Their latest album, the amazing and fully-realized, Odyssey is out now and they're currently out on tour supporting it. See them on April 24th at The Mill in Iowa City, Iowa, April 25th at Knuckle Head's Saloon in Kansas City, MO and more. Go to theaccidentalsmusic.com for more tour info, music, videos and more. Katie, Sav and Michael stopped by the apartment while they were in town for SXSW 2018 and we had a great conversation about making Odyssey, what they've been up to for the last two years since they were last on the show and much, much more! I always have a blast talking to these lovely kids. Plus, Ty Richards stops by to talk about his sophomore album, the amazing, Welcome To Flat Earth and his release show this Friday 4/20 at Mosaic Sound Collective. Go to tyrichards.com for show and ticket information. Enjoy my conversations with these great artists. I sure did. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

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