Wed, 26 September 2012
I’ve always been fascinated with radio. The voices that brought you the music were familial and consistent. Radio has changed. Terrestrial radio is on its last leg as people are taking matters into their own hands and broadcasting on the Internet. Radio Memphis is a product of this trend towards self-reliance.
Radio Memphis is an Internet radio station run by Ric Chetter who spent years in traditional radio as a programmer and on-air personality at Rock 103. I recently sat down over many beers with Ric and the Radio-Memphis crew David Thorn, Brother Doug, and Dianna Fryer to discuss the ins and outs of Internet radio.
Check them out at www.Radio-Memphis.com
_music by K. Rawlings, M. Qualls, J. Baltz, & the Oldest Profession-
Tue, 18 September 2012
On this episode, Brandon catches up with, Joe Leibovich (Lawyer/Comic) and the Plastic Revolution (Band - San Diego, CA)
Want more Joe?
Check out The Plastic Revolution.
Wed, 12 September 2012
Dave Cousar, Shawn Zorn, Travis Cantrell, & Kate Mauldin
This week’s podcast comes to you straight from the front porch. Crickets, dogs, and secadas threaten to steal the spotlight from my guests Dave Cousar, Shawn Zorn, Travis Cantrell, & Kate Mauldin.
Dave Cousar is a hidden gem in this city. He is an amazing guitar player and lyricist that has played in and out of Memphis for decades with the likes of Rufus Thomas, Amy LaVere, Susan Marshall, Al Green, and Lucero to name a few. You can catch him most weeks at the Buccaneer. His shows are not to be missed.
Shawn Zorn is a local drummer who has been supporting Amy LaVere for the past year and has been in many Memphis bands.
Travis Cantrell is a singer-songwriter from Memphis. As front-man for the indie band Youniverse, he developed a wordy, yet fluid style of his own that can now be seen in his solo gigs around town. He is now playing guitar in Merge Records artist Apex Manor.
Kate Maudlin is currently completing a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies in preparation for law school.
Follow them on Twitter: @DaveCousar @ShawnZorn @TravisCantrell @NopeNotKatie
-Music by M. Qualls & K. Rawlings, and Dave Cousar via YouTube and the Ardent Sessions-
Sun, 2 September 2012
Prepare your earholes a-holes! Its a new episode of Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark!!
Sun, 2 September 2012
On this episode, Brandon catches up with, Memphis power couple, Pat Mitchell and Billie Worley.
(Pat is the director of development and communications at the Memphis Music Foundation, and Billie is associate producer for 1049 Productions and an actor and musician.)