60 episódios

The JamBase Podcast brings you news and insights from the jam scene and beyond. Hosted by JamBase’s David Onigman, Scott Bernstein and Andy Kahn, each episode features a rundown of the latest happenings in live music. Also included are interviews with musicians and other industry professionals through behind-the-scenes segments such as Tour Stories, Quit My Day Job, The Art Of The Setlist, Worst Show Ever and many more.

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The JamBase Podcast brings you news and insights from the jam scene and beyond. Hosted by JamBase’s David Onigman, Scott Bernstein and Andy Kahn, each episode features a rundown of the latest happenings in live music. Also included are interviews with musicians and other industry professionals through behind-the-scenes segments such as Tour Stories, Quit My Day Job, The Art Of The Setlist, Worst Show Ever and many more.

    Episode 59: Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle

    Episode 59: Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle

    Episode 59 of 'The JamBase Podcast' features a "We Are Everywhere" conversation with Major League Baseball pitcher Sean Doolittle of the Washington Nationals. Doolittle discusses his love of Phish and the Grateful Dead as well as live music in general with JamBase's Scott Bernstein after "The Rundown."



    The episode starts with ScottyB and JamBase's David Onigman providing "The Rundown" of features JamBase added since the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak began. DaveO and ScottyB also talk about JamBase's 'Gimme Shelter In Place' video series and the new Phish album, 'Sigma Oasis.'



    Bernstein chatted with Sean Doolittle at the Washington Nationals' Spring Training home in West Palm Beach, Florida before the COVID-19 pandemic led MLB to halt the start of the season. Doolittle discussed how he discovered the music of Phish, how he uses the music of the Grateful Dead to prepare for taking the field, his customized Phish-themed baseball glove and more.



    'The JamBase Podcast' is a member of the Osiris media network.

    • 43 min
    Episode 58: Widespread Panic's Dave Schools

    Episode 58: Widespread Panic's Dave Schools

    Widespread Panic founding bassist Dave Schools discusses "The Art Of The Setlist" on Episode 58 of 'The JamBase Podcast.' The chat with Schools comes after a brief rundown of recent music news from JamBase's Andy Kahn and a short profile of non-profit organization The Mockingbird Foundation.



    Dave Schools spoke with JamBase's Scott Bernstein before the second night of Widespread Panic's recent five-night stand at The Beacon Theatre in New York City. Schools explained the method WSP uses to decide what they'll play each night. The bassist then dove into how that method has changed and evolved over the past 30+ years. Other topics discussed were the band's legendary Halloween shows, how Panic began incorporating songs by namesake Michael Houser back into the rotation in the years and decades following his tragic death and WSP's upcoming studio sessions with John Keane.

    • 35 min
    Episode 57: Charlie Hunter

    Episode 57: Charlie Hunter

    Acclaimed guitarist Charlie Hunter talks "Musical Mentors" on Episode 57 of 'The JamBase Podcast.' Hunter's interview comes after an introduction by JamBase's Andy Kahn that includes a quick recap of notable live music stories since the last episode came out as well as a shout out for the organization Dance Safe.



    Charlie Hunter spoke with JamBase's Scott Bernstein aboard Jam Cruise 18. Hunter discussed his earliest days as a musician and growing up with a mother who repaired guitars. He then talked about taking lessons from Joe Satriani and his first tours. Next, Charlie recalled how TJ Kirk came together as well as his quartet's rendition of Bob Marley's 'Natty Dread' for Blue Note' Cover Series. Finally, Hunter noted his mentors on the business side of the music industry, younger musicians he mentors and explained what he has in store for 2020 and beyond.

    • 24 min
    Episode 56: Nikki Glaspie & Skerik

    Episode 56: Nikki Glaspie & Skerik

    Episode 56 of The JamBase Podcast, a member of the Osiris podcast network, features interviews with drummer Nikki Glaspie and saxophonist Skerik.



    Both chats come after an intro by JamBase's Andy Kahn. Next, Nikki sits with Scott Bernstein of JamBase aboard Jam Cruise for a "Reelin' In The Years" segment. Glaspie tells Scotty about her career using the context of touring logistics. The drummer first hit the road with the Sam Kininger Band and then toured with Martin Luther before beginning a five-year stint in Beyonce's band. Glaspie then joined Dumpstaphunk before forming her own band, The Nth Power. She also tours with legendary sax man Maceo Parker.



    Next comes a profile of non-profit organization the Mockingbird Foundation. Finally, JamBase's Court Scott sits with Skerik on Jam Cruise for a "The Art Of The Sit-In" segment. Skerik discusses how guest appearances come together and his history of sit-ins. He also shares a story from his days busking in London involving Little Feat. Other topics hit upon were a memorable collaboration with Turkuaz, his contributions to OG Garage A Trois and more.

    • 50 min
    Episode 55: Love Rocks NYC/Upper West Music Group's Greg Williamson & Karina Rykman

    Episode 55: Love Rocks NYC/Upper West Music Group's Greg Williamson & Karina Rykman

    Episode 55 of The JamBase Podcast, a member of the Osiris podcast network, features interviews with Love Rocks NYC co-producer Greg Williamson of Upper West Music Group and bassist Karina Rykman.



    Both chats come after an intro by JamBase's Andy Kahn. Next, Greg sits with Scott Bernstein of JamBase at the company's New York City offices for an "All Access" segment. Williamson tells Scotty about how he puts the annual Love Rocks NYC concerts together, including the lineup, the house band and the setlist. He also recalls how he got into the music industry, his work with charity God's Love We Deliver, the annual Tipping Point all-star benefit concerts in New Orleans and more.



    Finally, Karina Rykman discusses her "Musical Mentors" during a chat with Scotty that took place aboard Jam Cruise 18. Rykman dives into talk of the musicians who influenced her such as Dave Dreiwitz, Tomato and Gene Ween. Karina also explains figures who help her navigate the music industry including Jake Szufnarowski and Peter Shapiro.

    • 45 min
    Episode 54: Chuck Garvey of moe.

    Episode 54: Chuck Garvey of moe.

    Episode 54 of The JamBase Podcast, a member of the Osiris podcast network, features an interview with moe. guitarist Chuck Garvey. Chuck spoke with JamBase's Scott Bernstein for a "The Art Of The Setlist" during Jam Cruise 18.



    The interview with Chuck comes after a special edition of "The Rundown" featuring four members of Team JamBase discussing their experience aboard Jam Cruise 18. ScottyB, Court Scott, Maya Gans and Dianna Hank each share their favorite moments -- musical and otherwise -- as well as how Jam Cruise differs from other events, what they would like to see on future trips and more.



    Chuck and Scotty start "The Art Of The Setlist" by chatting about how moe. decides what to play each night. The guitarist used the example of the band's first set on Jam Cruise 18 and then discussed moe.'s forthcoming studio album and how tracklist sequencing is similar to determining setlists. Other topics hit upon are audibles, the ever-changing length of moe. songs and more.

    • 41 min

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