A collection of Jevon's conversation with Jordan and Todd during the making of Episode 22. With Larry Hughes.
In this episode we interview Sean Kelly of A Fragile Tomorrow about his upcoming show and solo project, get excited about this week’s shows with Farewell Angelina and the songwriter showdown, talk about the upcoming shows with Cranford & Friends and Sean Kelly with Finnegan Bell, talk about the 80’s, and reminisce about the week prior.
In this episode we invite Jimi Patricola from Blues411 to sit in, interview Bruce Katz about his upcoming show, get excited about this week’s shows with Bruce Katz Band & Scott Kirby (presented by NextHome), talk about an upcoming show with Farewell Angelina, go deep in a blues discussion, and reminisce about the week prior.
In this episode, we talk to Luke Mitchell of the High Divers, get psyched about The High Divers and Motel Radio, Levi Lowrey w/ Wyatt Durrette, and Morgan Wade and the Stepbrothers, promote our Thursday night Comedy tour, fall in love and get passionate about Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau, and reminisce about the week prior.
More on Wyatt Durrette: Rolling Stone Interview
A Roasting Room EXTRA Interview:
Everything has an origin story; Here's ours. Jordan Ross and Todd Cowart sit down with Josh Cooke, the visionary owner of Corner Perk and Roasting Room to discuss The who, what, where, how, and why.
In this episode we talk to Kim Richey, discuss The Moonshine and Cory Chambers Jazz Band, get some fresh takes on jazz with The Bad Plus, and reminisce about the week prior, all while sampling a fine Bulliet Rye.
For more on Kim Richey's 2007 NPR interview, visit: NPR: All Things Considered with Kim Richey (2007)
This week, Kyle Wareham of Pretty Darn and Three Legged Fox joins Jordan Ross and Todd Cowart as they discuss The Hummingbirds and Dead 27s upcoming shows, reminisce about Caleb & The Gents and Time Sawyer's previous week's shows, mention John Wilkins' and Max O'Leary's contribution to Pretty Darn's latest release, sample some fine Hirsch bourbon whiskey, and have a listen to The Wood Brothers. We also uncover Todd's musical theory background.