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Episode 146: Dustin Welch

Friday Feb 15, 2013

Friday Feb 15, 2013

hello my friends! i hope you are all well and that you survived a week that had fat tuesday, ash wednesday and valentine's day. did you give up something for lent? i was going to give something up but i didn't know where to start. so like a deer in the headlights, i just stood there staring blankly into space drinking, smoking, eating badly and masturbating without any kind of regulation. i'm telling you, it's a mess over here. i hope this week didn't blow your mind.
my guest for episode 146 is my good friend and brilliant singer/songwriter, dustin welch. dustin has a new album that just came out this past tuesday (2/12/13) called, "tijuana bible". it's dustin's second album and it's getting amazing reviews. i highly recommend it. i was glad dustin could stop by this week and chat with me about montessori school, his musical family (dad, kevin welch and sister savanna welch of the trishas), sweat lodges, being a songwriter in nashville, joseph campbell, moving to austin and everything that makes him tick. dustin is a smart, thoughtful and heartfelt guy. i love hanging out with him. after you listen, you'll see why.
ciao! -jg

Episode 144: Dye4

Friday Feb 08, 2013

Friday Feb 08, 2013

"i bring the ruckus!"
hello friends and foes alike! i hope you are all doing well. i'm good. i ended my self-imposed exile this week by going out for three nights in a row! i saw two music shows and last night, i saw comedian jb smoove from "curb your enthusiasm". he was amazingly funny. he did a two-hour set. i'm sore from laughing so much. also, i saw brooklyn's black taxi on the first night of their month-long austin residency. great show! if you live in austin, go to the parish one of these wednesdays and see them for yourself. you won't be disappointed. also, if you live in austin, i'll be playing a show tomorrow (saturday, febraury 9th 2013) at strange brew. i'll be opening for tony scalzo from fastball. come out. say hi.
my guest for episode 144 is the incredibly cool, chris dye from the band, dye4. for starters, i thought chris was a different chris dye. i know. weird. turns out, he has amazing songs and a truly fascinating story. we have a lot of the same influences and he is a super-nice guy. we talk about growing up in california, the punk scene, hollywood, crashing and burning on drugs and moving to austin and making an incredible album and building log cabins. seriously! join me as i get to know chris dye.
ciao! -jg

Friday Jan 18, 2013

does anyone remember laughter?
hello everyone! i hope this podcast find you well. there's a lot going on here at "how did i get here?". we're changing our logo and looking into a new website that will house, "all things johnny". it can be a place where you can find the latest episode of the podcast, listen to my latest songs, find out where skyrocket is playing next and where and when i'll be playing. so, we'll keep you up on what's going on...
our guest for episode 138 is pedal steel/guitar player, ricky ray jackson. i've known ricky for about 7 years and i've always liked him a lot. he always makes me laugh and he is extremely talented. you might know ricky from playing with, hayes carll, craig finn (the hold steady), bruce robison and most recently, alejandro escovedo. i was glad i was able to sit down and talk to ricky. it's a great conversation. i hope you enjoy it. i did.
ciao! -jg

Friday Nov 09, 2012

hello everyone! i hope you're all doing well. things are good here at "how did i get here?" headquarters. i wanted to tell you about a show i'm playing here in austin on sunday november 11th 2012. it's a benefit for my friend pam and it's called "a song for pam". bob schneider, jerry jeff walker, penny jo pullus, ME and many more are playing. so, it's sunday, november 11th from 4-9 pm at donn's depot in austin, tx. come out and support a great cause and see some great music. here's a link. http://www.facebook.com/events/182047325265984/
my guest for episode 118 is bass player, joshua zarbo. i have been a huge fan of joshua's for years and it was great to finally sit down and talk to him and get to know him a little better. joshua came by the morning after the election and he told me about growing up in virginia, his metal years, moving to texas and attending university of north texas, joining spoon, finishing college, playing with tons of great people and teaching. it's been an interesting journey for joshua. i hope you enjoy our conversation. i did.
ciao! -jg

Episode 113: Oh Look Out

Saturday Oct 20, 2012

Saturday Oct 20, 2012

lo-fi jedi!
hello everyone! i hope you're well. i just got in from washington d.c... a quick one-day trip. i went up with skyrocket! to play a benefit. it was a great time. we had a good show and i walked around on thursday when we got there and the next day, i went running all around the white house and the national mall. i had a great time doing that. i also realized as i was running, that i don't cook enough. i live by myself and it's hard to motivate to cook for just yourself, but i'm going to do it. i need to eat healthier and i need to be a better cook. so, here we go. next week, i'm going to get all the right pots, pans, spices and knives to cook and start picking out recipes... maybe a couple a week. do you know any good recipes? send them to me. thanks!
my guest for episode 113 ishome-recording lo-fi-jedi,  jp pfertner, also known as, oh look out. there's a group of folks i know that grew up recording and writing on four-track cassette machines. jp is one of those guys. so am i! so, we had a lot to talk about.... from learning four-track and music to playing with bands to starting built by snow, becoming a father, making his own video (which is absolutely brilliant) and making his latest album, "orchestral fuzz". you can find out more about oh look out at http://ohlookout.com/ you can watch his video for "monster fiction" which is amazing! i hope you enjoy our conversation. i did.
ciao! -jg

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