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Each Episode, Joe Wong speaks to a different musician about life.

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Each Episode, Joe Wong speaks to a different musician about life.

    296: Jesse Shreibman (Bell Witch)

    296: Jesse Shreibman (Bell Witch)

    Joe speaks to Jesse Shreibman, drummer of Seattle band, Bell Witch.

    • 39 min
    295: Chris Frantz (Tom Tom Club, Talking Heads)

    295: Chris Frantz (Tom Tom Club, Talking Heads)

    Chris Frantz discusses Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club, and his new memoir, Remain In Love.
    Also, make sure to check out Joe's new album, Nite Creatures, streaming everywhere now!

    • 1 hr 17 min
    294: Eric Slick (Dr. Dog, Adrian Belew, Solo Artist)

    294: Eric Slick (Dr. Dog, Adrian Belew, Solo Artist)

    Eric Slick talks about his jazz musician grandfather, his childhood in Philly, the residual scars from growing up "a fat kid", his obsession with Mad Magazine, and how drumming opened up his world.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    293: Alicia Bognanno (Bully)

    293: Alicia Bognanno (Bully)

    Joe talks to the multifaceted Alicia Bognanno about her career as the creative force behind Bully and as an audio engineer. Friend of the show, Mary Lattimorre, also stops by to discuss her new album.

    • 43 min
    292: Mix Master Mike (Beastie Boys, Beat Odyssey 2020, Solo Artist, etc.)

    292: Mix Master Mike (Beastie Boys, Beat Odyssey 2020, Solo Artist, etc.)

    Mixmaster Mike discusses his challenging childhood; his ascent to the top of the competitive DJ world; the development of his singular DJ style; joining the Beastie Boys; and his latest collaboration with Steve Jordan, Beat Odyssey 2020.

    • 48 min
    291: Steve Jordan

    291: Steve Jordan

    Steve Jordan is one of the most distinctive and prolific drummers in the history of recorded music. He is also an in-demand producer and record label proprietor. Join us for a 90-minute, life-spanning conversation with one of the all-time greats!

    • 1 hr 33 min

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