Episode 975: Sarah Johnson

• September 25th, 2020

Hello friends! Dallas-based singer/songwriter, Sarah Johnson is my guest for episode 975! Her debut EP, "Volcano" came out last week and is available wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to sarahjohnsonofficial.com for music, videos and more. We have a great conversation about coming up in the church, rodeo guys, making "Volcano" with producer, Beau Bedford, life under quarantine and much more! I hope you enjoy getting to know Sarah. I sure did. Let's get down!

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Episode 974: Eliot Bronson

• September 24th, 2020

Hello friends! Nashville-based singer/songwriter, Eliot Bronson is my guest for episode 974! His latest album, the gorgeous Empty Spaces produced by, Dave Cobb (Jason Isbel, Brandi Carlisle) is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to eliotbronson.com for music, videos and more. We have a great conversation about the healing aspect of making Empty Spaces, moving from Atlanta to Nashville, his weird and challenging childhood, life under quarantine and much more! I had a great tome getting to know Eliot. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

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From The Vault - Episode 461: Angelo Moore (4/4/14)

• September 23rd, 2020

Hello and welcome to How Did I Get Here? From The Vault! Just like the title says, we'll be digging into our vault from the last 9 years, pulling out an old episode and shining it up for you. Today we go back to episode 461 from April 4, 2014 and talk to Fishbone frontman, Angelo Moore! Below are my original notes from the show.

Angelo Moore from Fishbone, The Brand New Step, Dr Mad Vibe is My guest for episode 461! I have been a fan of Angelo's since the 80's when i first heard Fishbone. Angelo has been making solo music for a number of years now since Fishbone split up. He's back with an amazing band, The Brand New Step. They have a new album out and i got to see them play live and it was amazing. I loved talking to Angelo. Sadly it was a little too loud, but hopefully you'll enjoy it. I did. Let's get down! 

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Episode 973: Eldridge Goins

• September 22nd, 2020

Hello friends! Austin drummer, producer, songwriter, Eldridge Goins is my guest for episode 973! He's made records for Carolyn Wonderland, Patrice Pike, Suzanna Choffel, Matt Giles, Band of Heathens, David Messier and more. We have a great conversation about what he picked up living in Boston, New Orleans and Austin, living "off the grid" in the late 90's, the Ming's Cafe' scene of the late oughts, making records in his studio, getting into the live stream game and much more! I had a great time getting to know Eldridge. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

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Episode 972: Siobhán O’Brien

• September 21st, 2020

Hello friends! Irish, folk-rock singer/songwriter, Siobhán O'Brien is my guest for episode 972! Her latest album, You Can't Run Out Of Love, produced by Austin's own John Bush and Matt Hubbard from Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to siobhanobrien.com for music, videos, merch and more. We have a great conversation about making You Can't Run Out Of Love in Austin, leaving her life in Ireland behind to pursue a music career in the U.S., confronting Bob Dylan, dining with Bono, life under quarantine and much more! I had a great time getting to know Siobhán. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

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Episode 971: Handsome Ghost

• September 18th, 2020

Hello friends! Singer/songwriter, Tim Noyes and multi-instrumentalist, Eddie Byun from Massachusetts based indie folks band, Handsome Ghost are my guests today! Their new album, the gorgeous and dreamy, Some Still Morning is out today. Go to thehandsomestghost.com for music, videos and more. We have a great conversation about their musical journey, life under quarantine, the amazing video for their song "Vampire" (watch it HERE), making Some Still Morning and much more! I had a great time getting to know Tim and Eddie. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!

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From The Vault - Episode 4: Dony Wynn (8/20/11)

• September 16th, 2020
 
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Episode 970: Pelvis Wrestley Returns! / Kyle Shutt Checks In!

• September 14th, 2020

Hello friends! We have a double-header today. Benjamin Violet from Austin indie-pop, electronic, country band, Pelvis Wrestley returns to the show! Their debut album, the gorgeous, Vortexas Vorever drops this Friday, Sept. 18th! Pre-save Vortexas Vorever on Spotify now. We have a great conversation about making Vortexas Vorever, the current state of America, the marriage of traditional country/western songwriting with synthesizers and electronic drums and much more! Plus, guitar player/raconteur, Kyle Shutt from The Sword, Doom Side Of The Moon and his own solo outfit checks in about the Kickstarter he's got going until October 4th to fund the writing and production of his memoir, "Written In Stoned" about his 20 years traveling the world playing rock and roll. Go to Kyle's Kickstarter and help him get this book out! We have a great conversation about "Written In Stone", life under quarantine, writing songs with his 3 year old daughter and more. Also, we debut "Dinosaur", a song he wrote with his 3 year old daughter. 

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Episode 969: Bobby Sparks II

• September 11th, 2020

Hello friends! I hope you're all doing well. Legendary keyboard player, Bobby Sparks is my guest for episode 969! You might know Bobby from his work with Snarky Puppy, Marcus Miller, Tower of Power, St. Vincent and so many more! His solo album, Schizophrenia: The Yang Project, an album 20 years in the making, is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to bobbysparks.com for music and more. We have a great conversation backstage at the Love and Liberation show at The Amani Room in Smithville, TX about the magic of making music "in the moment", getting started playing keyboards at 3 years old in Corsicana, TX, multi-generational homes, making Schizophrenia, playing with all of the greats he's had the chance to play with, the Yamaha DX-7 and much more! I had a great time getting know Bobby. I know you will too. I'd like to thank my friend James Robinson for setting this interview up and providing such a wonderful night. Let's get down!

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From The Vault: Episode 472: Brannen Temple (3/15/16)

• September 9th, 2020

Hello and welcome to How Did I Get Here? From The Vault! Just like the title says, we'll be digging into our vault from the last 9 years, pulling out an old episode and shining it up for you. Today we go back to March 15, 2016 with legendary drummer, Brannen Temple! Below are my original notes from the show.

My guest for episode 472 is drummer, Brannen Temple. You might know Brannen from his bands, The Temple Underground, Black Red Black, Blaze and more. You might also know him from his work with, Sheena Easton, Eric Johnson, Janet Jackson, The Dixie Chicks, Boz Skaggs and many, many more. Brannen is one of the best drummers and musicians i've ever seen in my life. Most people that know him say that too. he's also one of the coolest guys i've meet and have had on the show. We have an in-depth conversation about what music means, what it does, what it can do. Brannen's approach to studio and live playing. This is honestly one of my favorite episodes. Prepare for a lesson in true cool. Enjoy my conversation with this masterful musician and soulful human being. I sure did. Let's get down!
 

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