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A podcast that explores the world through the eyes of entertainers, musicians, singer/songwriters, recording engineers, managers, venue owners and people who make a living on stage and behind the scenes. We recount funny stories, gigs from hell, influences, and occasionally share a secret or two.

Jul 12, 2019

Jay David

Cover of the AARP and Other Stuff

Things we discuss in this episode:

My flooded basement apartment. Playing venues in Philadelphia…

There’s a section that got a little garbled, I guess due to a bad connection, Maybe Jay was walking through a dead zone in his house. For whatever reason, you may not be able...


Jul 4, 2019

Show Notes and Talking Points

Las Vegas roots.

Started out on piano, went immediately to drums.

Played in a lot of bands, including a cover band that played Hawaii, followed by a rough stint in Alaska

I first met Phil at an outdoor festival. Phil was the drummer in a group called Films About Women .  I was bassist/lead...


Jun 30, 2019

During the 80’s, I bartended at a rock club called the Blue Lagune Saloon in Marina del Rey, California. I saw a lot of great bands during my time there, the Plimsouls, Etta James, The Moore Brothers (Joe Cocker’s backup band during the Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour), Billy and the Beaters, The Bus Boys;...


May 24, 2019

Jon Michael Show Notes

  

Jon is originally from Los Angeles, Where I met him. Well, Encino to be exact. About 1980

 

He had just recently come off a tour with the New Christy Minstrels which… fuck! I totally forgot to ask him about!

HIS MUSICAL INFLUENCES  are Jim Croce and Harry Chapin. You can clearly hear that in...


May 9, 2019

Lee Totten has been performing and in several incarnations as solo acoustic act as well as with a full band. He’s one of the original contributors to the Tales of the Road Warriors section of Li’l Hank’s Guide for Songwriters, my award winning website during the nineties which is how we first met. We bonded...