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Monday Jul 13, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by lobbyist, philanthropist and entrepreneur, A.J. Bingham! We have a great conversation about growing up in Austin, systemic racism, working in a mostly "white" world, being a lobbyist and what that means and much more. I would like to thank A.J. for his time and insight. Go to binghamgp.com for more on A.J. and his company, The Bingham Group. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
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Thursday Jul 09, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by hip-hop artist/producer, Tee-Double! We have a great conversation about Austin's early hip-hop and rap scene and where it's going, dealing with racism, life under quarantine, his amazing studio gear, staying prolific and much more. I would like to thank Tee-Double for his time and insight. Go to teedouble.com for more on Tee-Double. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
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Tuesday Jul 07, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician, JaRon Marshall from Black Pumas! JaRon and I have a great conversation about growing up in Louisiana, dealing with racism, life under quarantine, staying prolific and much more. I would like to thank JaRon for his time and insight. You can find JaRon's music and more at jaronmarshall.com. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
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Wednesday Jul 01, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by author, pastor, musician, Jimi Calhoun! Jimi talks about his experiences with racism, his books, growing up in the Bay Area, playing with Dr. John, Sly Stone, becoming a pastor and much more. I would like to thank Jimi for his time and insight. He is an amazing writer. I read his book "A Story Of Rhythm And Grace: What The Church Can Learn From Rock And Roll About Healing The Racial Divide" and it's an amazing read. His latest book is "The Sound Of Love And Grace". We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
Find Jimi's books and more at jimicalhoun.com

Saturday Jun 27, 2020

The week after Memorial Day, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician, actor, dancer, healer, Chandra Washington! Chandra shares her experiences with racism, growing up in Austin and Washington D.C., White Fragility, her work with the Sun Ra Arkestra and much more. I would like to thank Chandra for her time and insight. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
Find out more about Chandra at allthingschandra.yolasite.com

Wednesday Jun 24, 2020

Three weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by musician/entrepreneur, Ter'ell Shahid! Ter'ell shares his experiences with racism, the Austin music scene, his spirituality, funny business practices by the city, his time on the music commission and much more. I would like to thank Ter'ell for his time and his insight. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
Find Ter'ell on Facebook.

Friday Jun 19, 2020

Happy Juneteenth! Two weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by award winning musician, Jackie Venson. Jackie put herself on the line last week and stood up for black musicians in Austin to get a fair shot at playing the popular music series, Blues On The Green. She was heard and given a shot at making her own all-black line-up. She wrote two op ed pieces for The Austin American-Statesman. Read them HERE. Jackie and I talk all about her week, her daily live streams under quarantine, what needs to change for us to do better and much more! I'm very proud of Jackie for being such a force for good and change. Enjoy!
Find more Jackie Venson stuff at jackievenson.com

Episode 929: Water Tower

Tuesday Jun 16, 2020

Tuesday Jun 16, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're all staying safe and sane. Kenny Feinstein, frontman for Los Angeles based bluegrass/indie/punk band, Water Tower is my guest for episode 929! Their newest album, Fly Around is available now where ever you stream or download your jams. They're performing twice daily on their Facebook and Twitch pages. Go to watertowerband.com for music and more! We're also joined for a bit by bandmate, Tommy Drinkard! Kenny and I have a great conversation about the years put into making Fly Around with producer Don Bolles from legendary L.A. punk band, The Germs, getting clean and sober and changing his life, his love of busking, live streaming and life under quarantine and much more! I had a great time getting to know Kenny. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!
Ciao! -JG
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Monday Jun 15, 2020

Two weeks ago, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by award winning actress, writer, producer, director and musician, Timeca Seretti. She shares her story about growing up in Gary, IN, joining the Navy, her powerful, autobiographical short film "The Closet" acknowledging domestic abuse, her experience being black in America, systemic racism, her worries as a mother of a black man and much more! I would like to thank Timeca for sharing her story and time with me. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.
Find our more about Timeca at www.timecaseretti.com
We talk about her powerful award winning short film "The Closet". Watch it HERE.

Friday Jun 12, 2020

Last Monday, my friend James Robinson reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in sitting down and talking about racism in light of the recent murder of George Floyd and the need for America to wake up to systemic racism. We had our conversation and I'm continuing with more. Today I am joined by native Austinite, musician and father, Brannen Temple. He shares his story about racism, experiences with the police, his wonderful mentors and much more. I would like to thank Brannen for sharing his story and time with me. We have a lot of work to do. Listening is the best place to start. Black Lives Matter.

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