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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

Tuesday Oct 09, 2018

Hello friends! Anti-folk legend, Hamell On Trial is my guest for episode 739! His latest albums, the layered and timely, Tackle Box produced by Phil "The Butcher" Nicolo on New West Records and the raw and aggressive, The Night Guy At The Apocalypse Profiles Of A Rushing Midnight, recorded entirely on his phone, are both brilliant and available now. He's about to head out on a UK tour next week. Go to hamellontrial.org for tour dates, music and more. Ed was in town last weekend and we had a great conversation about his time in Austin, being the weirdest guy on the major label, navigating the current political atmosphere, composing the music and lyrics for the Columbus, Ohio based Shadowbox Live's play "F#(K Cancer: The Musical" and much more! I had a great time getting to know Ed Hamell. I'm sure you will too. Plus, my old friend, Christine Albert stops by to talk about her non-profit, Swan Songs, that fulfills musical last wishes for those at the end of their lives. They're having their annual celebration, "Swan Songs Serenade" featuring music by Shiny Ribs next Wednesday October 17th at Riverbend Community Center here in Austin. Go to Swansongs.org for tickets and info. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Sep 04, 2018

Hello friends! Charlie Faye from modern day, 60's girl group, Charlie Faye & The Fayettes returns to the show for episode 729! Their new single, "I Don't Need No Baby" drops this Thursday, September 6th. They'll be celebrating with a release shows at Antone's in Austin Thursday, September 6th and The Mucky Duck in Houston on Friday, September 7th. Go to charliefayeandthefayettes.com for tourdates, music, videos and more. Charlie and I have a great conversation about making "I Don't Need No Baby" and the album that's coming in the new year, what is Americana?, being into Carly Simon and not New Kids On The Block as a kid, talking about our times in her songs and much more. I had a great time catching up with Charlie. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Jun 26, 2018

Hello friends! My guest for epissode 708 is one man funk band, Henry & The invisibles! Henry's latest album, the summer-riffic, Beatz The Heat, a 12 song collection of instrumental summer jams just dropped last week. He's celebrating with a release show tonight, Tuesday, June, 26th at One-2-One Bar from 8 - 10 pm and it's free! Go to henryinvisible.com for tour dates music and more. Henry and I have a great conversation about starting his first band, The Gingerbread Men while in High school in San Antonio, studying jazz with some of the greats in New York City for over a decade, starting Henry & The Invisibles, making Beatz The Heat and much, much more! I had a great time catching up with my old pal, Henry. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Friday Apr 06, 2018

Hello friends! Welcome to another SXSW 2018 double-header. First up, honoring that old school Motown sound and working it into something of their very own, The Teskey Brothers are an unexpected revelation from Melbourne, Australia! Drummer Liam Gough joins me for a great conversation about this band's amazing independent rise. Their latest album, the soulful, Half Mile Harvest has made it to #1 on the Australian indie album chart, they've been selling out big venues all over Australia and after SXSW they were heading out to Los Angeles to open for Los Lobos! Find their music, tourdates, videos and more by going to theteskeybrothers.com. Next up on this SXSW double-header is Philidephia rock and roll band, Sire recording artists, Cold Fronts! Their latest album, the brilliant and rocking, Fantasy Du Jour, comes out Friday, April 20th. The first single from the album, "Staying In" (which happened to be the story of my life the day these guys came in) is out now and you can find music, videos and tourdates at coldfronts.us. We have a great conversation about getting discovered by Seymore Stein himself at SXSW a few years ago, making records and touring on a major label in the era of social media, the return of rock and roll and much, much more! I had a great time getting to know all of these fine people. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Mar 27, 2018

Hello friends! I have a SXSW 2018 double-header for you today. First up, from the remote Isle of Lewis in Scotland, singer/songwriter, Colin Macleod! Colin has a new album on BMG, Bloodlines Produced by the amazing Ethan Johns, dropping this May. The first single, "Kicks In" is out now! Colin is an amazing songwriter and such a great human being. You can find him at colinmacleodmusic.com. Colin and I have a great conversation about growing up and living in a remote area where you grow and raise your own food, Scottish accents, working with Ethan Johns, his upcoming Bonaroo performance and much more. After Colin Macleod, I was joined by Brooklyn trio, Joseph King & The Mad Crush! Joseph is one of my best friends and it's always a treat to sit down during SXSW with him and his bandmates. JP, Will, Joseph and I had a couple of vodka shots and got right into it... how the trio has been a liberating and inspiring transition, Their e.p. I Miss Everything, working on new music, the insanity of SXSW, a whole lot of laughs and much, much more. You can find Joseph and the guys at josephkingmusic.com. I hope you enjoy my conversations with these fine artists. I sure did. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Tuesday Sep 05, 2017

Hello friends! Things are still a mess on the Gulf Coast of Texas and cities like Houston, Beumont and others still need your help. People have really gone above and beyond for each other over the last week in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Donate to The Salvation Army, The Red Cross and The Central Texas Food Bank HERE. Keep it up, they're going to need it for a while.
New York City singer/songwriter, raconteur and one of my best friends, Joseph King from Joseph King & The Mad Crush returns to the show! Their brilliant new e.p. I Miss Everything is available now. Joseph was doing a solo tour in Texas last week and stopped by the apartment to chat about his new band, I Miss Everything, what happens when your team breaks down prior to release, the secret meaning of "sofaplaya", connecting with your audience, his next recording peoject and much, much more. Joseph is a great artist and a great guy. I Miss Everything is his best work yet. Find music, show dates & more at josephkingmusic.com I hope you enjoy our conversation. I sure did. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg
 

Tuesday May 09, 2017

Hello friends! I hope you all had a good weekend doing weekend things and what not. I played all weekend. I played with SKYROCKET! on Friday and Saturday nights in Dripping Springs and San Antonio. Then Sunday i played at The Pecan Street Festival with my new band. It was a great time, but I hurt my back during the show. I'm on the mend. Gang, I want to remind you that we are celebrating our 600th episode with a live podcast recording at The Townsend in Austin, TX on Monday, May 5th at 8pm. My guests will be A.J. Vallejo, Nakia, Jaimee Harris and Jane Ellen Bryant. Find out more about it here!
My guest for episode 590 was our very first guest and has appeared on this show more times than I can count. The amazing Suzanna Choffel returns to the show! Her gorgeous new album, Hello Goodbye, comes out this Friday, May 12th. She'll be celebrating the release with a few special shows this weekend. She's playing Friday, May 12th at 3Ten Austin City Limits Live and Saturday, May 13th at The Mucky Duck in Houston. You can go to suzannachoffel.com for more info and to hear her new single, "Go Forth". Suzanna and I have a great conversation about making Hello Goodbye, motherhood, her years of travel and experience that led to Hello Goodbye and much, much more. I always love my conversations with Suzanna. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Episode 578: Raul Midon

Tuesday Mar 28, 2017

Tuesday Mar 28, 2017

Hello friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. I was back at work with SKYROCKET!. We played Friday in San Antonio and Saturday in Austin. They were great shows. This week we're back at it on the private party scene. we're playing 5 shows this week, so that should be interesting. I got to play with some of my new band on Saturday! That was really, really fun. We'll be playing our first show at Pecan Street Festival here in Austin in May. I'll let you know when it's happening.
My guest for episode 578 is the amazing Raul Midon! His brand new album, Bad Ass and Blind just came out last Friday and he is embarking on a U.S. and European tour as we speak. Go to Raulmidon.com to find out when he's coming to town near you. Raul came by when he was in town for SXSW a couple of weeks ago and we had a fantatsic conversation about making Bad Ass And Blind, his time at The University of Miami Music Program, being in the jingle scene, playing with Shakira for two years, teh New York jazz scene and much, much more! I hope you enjoy getting to know Raul. 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

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