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Friday Apr 25, 2014

hello friends! i hope you're all doing the very best you can be doing. i am. i'm in houston with my family for a while as we all spend time with my grandfather as he passes from this life. this is a very intense experience. he has been my guy my whole life. he's been my father for pretty much my whole life. i'm glad that we can all be together during this time. he lived a very full life. he's given us all good lives and he and my grandmother created this beautiful family that i have been so very lucky to have been born into.for episode 269 we have the return of prolific rapper/entrepreneur, tee double. we had tee on a couple of years ago and since then, he's released a ton of music and started a non-profit call the urban artist alliance and much more. i ran into him at sxsw and we had a quick chat about what he was up to. i love talking to him. he's got such a great perspective and work ethic. in this episode we talk about everything from the progression and commercialization of music and music festivals to his new non-profit, urban artist alliance. tee double is a great guy and i hope you enjoy our conversation. i did.ciao! -jg

Episode 247: Bobby Landgraf

Friday Feb 14, 2014

Friday Feb 14, 2014

"i'm an overnight sensation... it was just a really long night."hello lovers! happy valentine's day. is valentine's day real? it's never been a thing for me. of course, no one ever sends me flowers, chocolates or takes me to a fancy dinner and finally puts in the work for my sex and/or love. so basically, it's just friday to me. i saw erin ivey's record release show last night at the belmont here in austin. what a great show! her new cd/dvd whisper of the moon is an incredible live recording with erin and the tosca string quartet. i recommend it! i'm getting my shit together to head out of town a little later today for some weekend shows with SKYROCKET!. i'm driving alone this weekend, so i'm looking for some good podcasts and maybe and audiobook. my guest for episode 247 is the amazingly talented and incredibly cool, bobby landgraf a.k.a. bobby rock! i've known bobby for a long time and always thought the world of him as both a musician and a dude. i was a huge fan of his band, gahdzilla motor company. anyway, bobby's band, honky is always working and now he's joined the band down which is fronted by pantera's phil anselmo. bobby's story is very real and ultimately very triumphant. his humility and focus on his work has really paid off for him. that makes me proud. i hope you enjoy my conversation with bobby. i did.ciao! -jg

Episode 221: Dan Workman

Saturday Nov 16, 2013

Saturday Nov 16, 2013

hello lovelies! i hope fall is treating you all well. it got cold here for a couple of days and that was rad! the F-1 race is in austin this weekend and it's making for some maddening traffic. my computer is in the hospital which is why this episode is coming out late. i hate that. my poor computer... probably too many podcasts. keep your fingers crossed that it's nothing too serious. i'm staying with my dogs this weekend and i have family in town so keep your fingers crossed for that too. my guest for episode 121 is producer/engineer, dan workman! dan has worked with the likes of zz top, destiny's child, abeyance' and many, many more. he's also the president sugarhill recording studios in houston, tx which is the oldest recording studio in the united states. along with his many musical endeavors, dan is the producer and co-host of the web series, "live from sugarhill studios". a great show with many great live performances. i met up with dan backstage at the house of blues in houston just before a SKYROCKET! show. we talked about recording, the survival of big box studios, bad ass grammy parties, avant-garde recording artists, beyonce's dad and his reaction to "bootylicious" and much, much more. the recording gets noisy because the d.j. gets going a couple of minutes into our talk. sorry about that. i hope you enjoy my conversation with dan. i did.ciao! -jg

Episode 213: Adrian Quesada

Thursday Oct 17, 2013

Thursday Oct 17, 2013

hello people! i hope this episode finds you well. i am doing well. i'm about to go see sheboygan's record release show. i've been looking forward to that for a long time. if you like our theme song, "needle hits the groove", you should check out their album, triple fantasy, available on itunes and vinyl available at cdbaby.com and waterloo records in austin. i've just been at the t-mobile store dealing with my new phone. it finally came in tonight! i've been off of instagram for five days....my guest for episode 213 is grammy award winning producer, adrian quesada! i met adrian a few months ago when i did the elliot smith tribute show. he was in the house band. i knew he was in grupo fantasma and brownout and the he was producing a lot of my friends, david' garza, suzanna choffel and jazz mills to name a few. anyway, he's a great guy, immensely talented and we hit it off at the elliot tribute, i asked him to come by and be on the show and he did. we talked about grupo fantasma, the echocentric, brownout, playing with prince, prince, producing, growing up skate punk in laredo, golden globe parties, gramyy's and much, much more. i hope you enjoy getting to know adrian quesada. i did.ciao! -jg

Episode 204: DJ Chorizo Funk

Friday Sep 20, 2013

Friday Sep 20, 2013

hello my friends! i hope this episode finds you happy, healthy and fighting the good fight. i'm up early because my smoke detector woke me up doing that "beep every 2 minutes" thing they only do when you're sleeping. anyway, i have to get my car into the shop and do some laundry before i leave town in a couple of hours for some out of town SKYROCKET! gigs this weekend. oh! quick plug... tuesday, september 24th is HAAM day in austin, tx. HAAM provides low-cost health care to austin's uninsured musicians and once a year they have an all day fundraiser you can find out more about it at http://www.myhaam.org/  i'll be playing at 8:30 pm at maria's tacos for the proper nang haam day show. so, if you live in austin, get out and support this great organization. my guest for episode 204 is dj, digger, party starter, dj chorizo funk! i first heard about him from riders against the storm and since then, i've been hearing about him all the time. he just one a critics choice award in the best of austin 2013 and his "body rock atx" and "peligrosa" parties are the most talked about in town. he's best- known for mixing organic styles of music including, afro-latin, afrobeat, new jack swing, funk, soul, hip hop and much much more. i highly recommend checking out his soundcloud page and listening to some of his mixes. they're great! here's a link, https://soundcloud.com/chorizofunk i got a lot a out of our conversation. i don't know too much about dj culture and how it all works, but i really like it and dj chorizo funk is one of the best out there and he answered a lot of my questions. i really enjoyed our conversation. i hope you do to. ciao! -jg

Episode 200: Highlights

Monday Sep 02, 2013

Monday Sep 02, 2013

hello my friends! wow! we made it to 200 episodes! can you believe it? well, i don't really know where to start... i'd like to thank sheboygan for the theme song. they have an album coming out this month and they'll finally be guests very soon. i would like to thank all of the guests that have taken time out to meet with me and have a conversation. these last 100 shows were very fun and exciting. if you haven't heard them, check out this episode, you'll get a taste of them. most of all, i'd like to thank YOU, the listener for listening. you make this show possible. THANK YOU. i'm looking forward to the next 100 episodes. are you?episode 200: highlights is the "best of" the last 100 episodes. in this episode, you'll hear from bob schneider on cleaning up, ian mclagan on groupies in the 70's, producer, c.j. eiricksson talks about working with hanson, glen phillips talks about a new album from toad the wet sprocket, lance keltner talks about giving rod stewart a suggestion and getting fired for it, steve poltz talks about laughing at really bad news, elizabeth mcqueen talks about the beatles, joanna barbera talks about being out of place in arizona, nakia and a.j. vallejo talk about racism in the south and the band death talk about their next move.... all good stuff! thank you again for listening. we couldn't do it without you. xoxo, jg

Thursday Aug 29, 2013

hello friends! well, we're here... episode 199: mixtape. have you been looking for new music? do you like the music you hear on the show? well, i've chosen 11 songs at random from artists that have been on the last 100 shows and put them on here for your enlightenment and enjoyment. i chose songs from bands you might not know that i really loved from the show. the show includes music from wild child, sphynx, glen phillips (toad the wet sprocket), oh look out!, gurf morlix, jazz mills, riders against the storm, adam sultan, emily bell, dragon boy suede (howard kremer) and no way josie. please let me know what you think. you can tweet at me @johnnygoudie or like our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/How-Did-I-Get-Here/255200761176138 thank you so much for listening. it really means a lot to me. thank you to everyone who's supported me through this. and a very special thank you to all of the artists that come on the show and share their lives and their music. remember, if you hear something you like, go buy it! it makes a difference. i love you guys!ciao! -jg

Tuesday Jul 30, 2013

hello my friends! i hope this podcast finds you enjoying the summer. it's hot in texas. i spent the weekend traveling around texas playing some shows with SKYROCKET!. dallas on thursday, houston on friday and austin on saturday. they were all good shows. i was also on a couple of podcasts. one was austin sessions, that was fun. the other was a "game night" episode of the hodgecast. it's already up. it was really fun. there were 8 people playing a star trek themed mystery game and a lot of booze. hey! speaking of podcasts...
hey folks! do you love "how did i get here?" and wish you could get just a little more involved? well, if you're in austin, tx on july 31st, you totally can! come out to the legendary antone's nightclub and watch me talk to christy hayes and members of western youth and the love leighs. after the live podcast recording @ 7:30, you can stay and hear the bands you just got to know! if you're in austin, come out and join us for this special night. https://www.facebook.com/events/131683847041129/
my guests for episode 192 are the amazing hip-hop duo, riders against the storm. i really love this group and their new, self-titled e.p.. i had been looking forward to having this conversation for a while and i'm glad it finally happened. chaka and tiger came by the apartment and we got right to it. talking about what they're trying to get across with their music and message, how you can work out the heaviest things by singing and dancing, growing up artsy in a law family, growing up haitian in new york, providence, rhode island, theater, performance art, how they met, their music, moving to texas, making their e.p. and much, much more. i thoroughly enjoyed meeting them and talking to them. they're very special people with a beautiful musical vision. i hope you listen and buy this e.p. they have a show on friday, august 3rd at the sahara lounge in austin, tx. the show is called "body rock" and it's a party... here's a link https://www.facebook.com/events/550986244936993/ i'm going. i'll see you there!
ciao! jg

Friday Jun 21, 2013

hello friends! welcome to a special live edition of "how did i get here?" recorded at strange brew in austin, tx on wednesday, june 19, 2013. my guests are the lovely and talented, jazz mills, the always entertaining and talented frontman from vallejo, a.j. vallejo, the great singer and great conversationalist, television's nakia and the mastermind behind the psychedelic and and beautiful band, the boxing lesson, paul waclawsky! we talk about everything... music, touring, making records, the business of making and putting out music, how rock kids don't go to school, jazz mills' ultimate goal of meeting everyone in the world, the president follows nakia on twitter, usher's personal hand lotion lady, a spaceship video, simone the tranny palm reader, dudes bond on the band kiss, vallejo turns 20, the boxing lesson's need for skate parks on tour, johnny's love for the fade out of "summer of '69" by bryan adams, a game of "twitter, instagram, facebook or vine" and much, much, much, much more!!!! i had a blast talking to my friends. i hope you enjoy listening. special thanks to my guests, kacy crowley and the staff at strange brew, cates the sound man for recording it and a special thanks to everyone who came and made it so fun. xoxo, jg

Tuesday May 14, 2013

hello folks! i had a great time doing the live podcast at saxon pub last night. i love the band, edison chair. great music! super-entertaining guys! also, david cotton was a treat. i'm looking forward to the next one! i would love to get these going where i'm doing at least one per month. what do you think of that?
we have  special themed show today called, "the kids are alright". in this episode i talk to 18 year old electronic musician and hip-hop beat maker, eric dingus and i also talk to the even younger, second generation musicians, william harries graham & finley sexton. william and finley are into organic music.  i've known finley all of her life and i've seen her play. she's amazing. she writes beautiful songs and plays and sings very well. i've seen william play some, he's very good. he's also incredibly industruious. he curates and hosts an extremely popular teen music night called, proper nang night, at maria's taco express, he writes for the austin chronicle and he's putting together a teen music festival that will be held this summer. also, he's 14. first up, i talk to eric dingus. eric has been making electronic music in his bedroom studio and releasing it on bandcamp and soundcloud. he's incredibly prolific. he's also been making beats and selling them to underground rappers that he's met on the internet.  these are stories from new musicians that have completely different approaches and styles. i hope you enjoy my my conversation with them. i sure did.
ciao! -jg

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