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Tuesday Dec 01, 2020

Hello friends! Jeff Azar from Austin, art-pop band, Demi The Daredevil returns for episode 996! Their latest single, the haunting, "Paranoia On Main Street" co-written with Ben Bazzrea, is available now. Go to demithedaredevil.com for music, videos and more. Jeff and I have a great conversation about writing and recording "Paranoia On Main Street", his journey as an artist, life under quarantine, co-writing vs. writing on his own and much more! I had a great time catching up with Jeff. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
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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

Episode 767: Kyle Shutt

Friday Jan 11, 2019

Friday Jan 11, 2019

Hello friends! Guitarist, Kyle Shutt from The Sword and Doom Side of the Moon is my guest for episode 767! Kyle has just finished his awesome, debut solo album where he plays all the instruments and wrote all the songs. The self-titled album drops on May 6th, but if you live in Austin, you can see him perform the songs on the album at his first solo show with his new band on Monday, January 28th at The 13th Floor. Kyle will also be touring with The Road Podcast with JT Habersaat in Houston, Dallas, FT. Worth and Hot Springs Arkansas later this month. Go to theroadpodcast.com for more info. Kyle and I have a great conversation over Skype about making his new solo album, working alone, Doom Side of the Moon and everything that goes into it, touring with Metallica, secret commissioned velvet paintings, traveling with his family and much more. I had a great time getting to know Kyle. I'm sure you will to. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Episode 748: Lindsey Kappa

Tuesday Nov 06, 2018

Tuesday Nov 06, 2018

Happy voting day! Engineer/producer/singer/songwriter/pop artist, Lindsey Kappa is my guest for episode 748! Her latest EP, You Don't Own Me is out now. She'll be playing this Sunday, November 11th for a fundraiser for OutYouthBenefit Foundation at Cheer Up Charlie's here in Austin. Go to iamlindseykappa.com for music, show dates and more! Lindsey and I have a great conversation about starting out on flute in band then moving on to solo acoustic artist, recording school, the magic of the keytar, helping the LBGTQ community and much more! I had a great time getting to know Lindsey. 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 13, 2018

Hello friends! Ryan Harkrider, frontman for Austin soul band, The Nightowls returns to the show for episode 687! The Nightowls are releasing a new album, the brilliant, We Are The Nightowls, on April 27th. I've been listening to it like crazy lately. Check out the first single, "Don't It Feel Weird?" out now. If you live in Austin, you can get one early as they'll be selling them early at their release show at The Continental Club on Friday, April 20th. They're also heading to the West Coast starting at the beginning of May. Go to wearethenightowls.com for tour dates, music, videos and more. Ryan and I have a great conversation about the changes the band has gone through since his last visit, making We Are The Nightowls, touring as a large band, their long-running Sunday residency at Icenhauer's here in Austin and much, much more! Plus, my old friend and one of my favorite songwriters, Arthur Yoria checks in. He's just released a gorgeous new album, After You on Splice Records and he's celebrating with a release show here in Austin TONIGHT, Friday, April 13th at The Cactus Cafe'! Go to arthuryoria.com for more info and get After You. I love it! Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Episode 640: Matt Hammon

Friday Nov 03, 2017

Friday Nov 03, 2017

Hello friends! Congratulations to the world champion Houston Astros and the city of Houston. That was a much needed win. My dear old friend and the drummer behind artists like Mineral, Bob Mould, David Rice, The Damnwells and many, many more, Matt Hammon is my guest for episode 640! Matt has just released his first solo album, Siver Suitcase which he wrote, recorded and played all of the instruments himself in his home studio. Silver Suitcase is a gorgeous record and Matt's songs tell the his incredible story. Matt and I have a great conversation in my hotel room in Houston about being everyone's drummer in the 90's and early 2000's, how his life was altered by 9/11, the struggle and ultimate triumph of making Silver Suitcase, surviving cancer and changing his life, we get evacuated from my hotel room at the beginning of the conversation and much, much more! You can find out where he's playing and more about Matt at matthammonmusic.com I had a great time catching up with my dear old friend, Matt. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG

Friday Oct 20, 2017

Hello friends! Brittish drummer, singer/songwriter and front man, Jonny 8 Track returns to the show for episode 636! Jonny was on episode 115 way back in 2012 and has returned to the show via SKYPE after five years to catch up. In the last few years Jonny's spent 3 years behind the drums with Psychedelic gurus, Spritualized, he released a brilliant album, 8 Hours Work 8 Hours Sleep 8 Hours For What We Will, Chicken Ranch Records is releasing his back catalog, he just returned to the UK after playing a festival in India and much, much more. You can find all things Jonny 8 Track at jonny8track.com I hope you enjoy our conversation. I sure did. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Friday Oct 13, 2017

Hello gang! Singer/songwriter and my friend, Scott Collins returns to the show today! He's about to embark on a tour of the northeast, he'll be playing Nashville, NYC, New Orleans, Chicago and more. Go to scottcollinsproject.com to find out when and where. Scott came over on short notice and we had a great chat about his upcoming Eastcoast tour, his residency at The Rustic in San Antonio on Mondays, dating apps and much, much more! I always have great conversations with Scott and this one is the best. Plus, my uncle, Jack is in town and we have a chat in the intro of the show about our releationship, being music fans together, our love of record stores and much, much more. Find him on  his Facebook page. Great show! Have a good weekend. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

Episode 591: Echocentrics

Friday May 12, 2017

Friday May 12, 2017

Hey gang! I hope you've had a good week. Maybe you're getting ready for the weekend. I am. The weekend usually means my work time. I'm traveling this weekend. Sunday is Mother's day. I hope you remembered to get something for your mom or the maternal figure in your life. I am behind on my Mother's day gifts for my aunt and grandmother. I think I'm going to get flowers on Sunday morning on the way. Good idea, right? I'll let you know how it turns out on Tuesday. 
My guest for episode 591 is guitar player, producer and all-around great guy, Adrian Quesada! Adrian returns to the show to the show to talk about his psychedelic/cinematic solo project, Echocentrics. Their latest album, Echo Hotel is available now. You can find it at theechocentrics.com You might know Adrian from his many bands including, the Grammy winning, Grupo Phantasma, Money Chicha, Brownout, Spanish Gold or his production like The Sword's High Country and more. Adrian is one of my favorite musicians and producers around. He's an amazing dude with great stories. I hope you enjoy our conversation. I sure did. Let's get down!
ciao! -jg

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