Matt Rector is back to guest host the podcast again with an entertaining and thoughtful interview with O Ryne Warner of Ohioan. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Ohioan Website- http://infinitefront.com/ohioan/ Bandcamp- https://ohioan.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ohioan/123094281043479Read more "Old School Record Review #54- O Ryne Warner of Ohioan"
Albany, NY based singer-songwriter Olivia Quillio joins Dave on the podcast to talk about her beautiful and emotive new album, Get Down And Pray. Olivia’s cat Rob also makes a guest appearance to voice his opinions on the current state of the music industry. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Olivia’s […]Read more "Old School Record Review #53- Olivia Quillio"
What’s stuck in my head this week is less a song and more a fascination with a strange coincidence in the world of contemporary rock music. Let me take you back to ancient Greece so I can explain: Legend[i] tells us that Helen, born from an egg laid by her mother Leda, who had been […]Read more "Stuck In My Head #9: Blonde Redhead, Brandi Carlile, and the Archetype of the Divine Twins"
This week on Old School Record Review, The Sorry Devils Skyped into the show both from Portland, Oregon and an undisclosed location in Montana. Their album Peace in the Valley was the main topic of discussion, but, as usual, there were some fun tangents including The Band, whiskey and battle rapping. Download Podcast Here Stream […]Read more "Old School Record Review #36- The Sorry Devils"
This week on Old School Record Review, Lara Hope of Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones called into the show to talk about the band’s current album, Luckmaker. If you like Rockabilly with some R&B and country twang, be sure to catch the band on their upcoming East Coast tour in early 2015. Luckmaker is available […]Read more "Old School Record Review #24- Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones"
Dave headed up to Saratoga County to catch up with Tim Whalen of Ray Murray & The Bomb Squad. Two men sitting down with some fine bourbon and talking music, politics and religion always seems to be a excellent recipe for an entertaining podcast. Tim’s Americana/roots style, mixed with his lyrical explorations of the darker […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Ep. #13 Tim Whalen of Ray Murray & The Bomb Squad"
by Dave Keneston The Allman Brothers Band has undergone many incarnations throughout its 45 year history, but the most famous and influential era has to be the original lineup of Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Jai Johanny Johanson (Jaimoe) and Butch Trucks. From early 1969 to Duane’s tragic death on October 29, […]Read more "Top Ten Favorite “Duane Era” Allman Brothers Band Songs (Part One of Two)"
Dave sat down with singer/songwriter Tom Mercoglan to talk about his experiences playing music in various parts of the United States and break down a few songs from his recent and upcoming album releases. They also discussed how technology has changed the recording process and the way music is distributed. Tom tells a few stories […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Episode 7 Tom Mercoglan"
Dave Keneston interviewed veteran pedal steel, piano and organ player Randy Rollman about his experiences as a lifelong musician. Randy gave his thoughts on developing musicianship and shared some entertaining anecdotes about his work as a sideman and session musician. They also touched on some of the joys and trials of owning a music store. […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Episode 5 Randy Rollman"
Dave Keneston got together with the whiskey barrel banjo blues slinging John Alfred Pipino, aka Henry’s Rifle. They explored John’s influences, creative process, upcoming album and his overarching philosophies on music. Download Podcast Here Direct Download Here Download in iTunes Photography courtesy of Sarah Winner photography. Link to her page All music used in episode […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Episode 4- Henry’s Rifle"
By Matt Meade People who talk about popular music as if it matters like to take certain things as a given. Robert Johnson is the starting point for rock and roll music (rock wouldn’t be rock without the blues, and the blues wouldn’t be the blues without RJ (and the legendary peddling of his own […]Read more "7 Albums I Am Supposed To Love That I Actually Hate (Part 1 of 7)"