Episode 15: The Coveters (recorded in front of a live audience)

i'm very sorry for the delay. i had all day on friday to do this, but the internet was down in my hotel while they made an "upgrade"... it came back on 20 minutes before i had to be at my gig. anyway, i had a good weekend. i played a lot this week and then i officiated cory glaeser's (author of our theme song) wedding on sunday and last night i played at an elvis costello tribute night.

episode 15 features the coveters live in front of an audience, suzanna choffel, warren hood, michael kincaid, brad houser, wayne sutton and jeff botta! we had a blast doing it and i learned a lot about the band. i'm really looking forward to the next live one! enjoy the coveters. here are some pictures from our live podcast! http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150309753652352.342684.685497351&type=3 ciao, jg


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  • Robert George

    Hey Johnny great job on the podcasts so far, I’ve really enjoyed them. I just wanted to give some honest feedback on this podcast. I thought that it felt a little rushed or disjointed. I know you had a time limit but I feel like if you could have spent more time with the whole band (kind of a round table thing) where you asked a question and took the answers from everyone or a few of them. It just felt that they each had so little time on mic that some of them didn’t have the time to feel comfortable or at ease. It sounded like they had such a collective dynamic that that type of format would have made for some good A.D.D. topic ricocheting. I hope what i’ve said has made sense but then again what the fuck do i know!! I’m really enjoying these and like i’ve said to you they’ve inspired me to get back to playing and maybe joining another band. i look forward to all the new ones. please keep up the great work.



    Oct 26, 2011 at 6:42 am
  • howdidigethere

    thanks robert. good suggestion. i’ll use that for the next live one. thank you so much for listening and for the feedback! cheers1 -JG

    Oct 26, 2011 at 10:34 am