Mile High Stash asks what five albums you'd take to a remote Colorado cabin during a zombie apocalypse, armed with nothing but food, water and a crank-powered Victrola. Oh, and we get to know our guests along the way...
Boulder native, and Elephant Journal founder, Waylon Lewis stopped by for an episode of Mile High Stash in the midst of his ongoing campaign for Boulder City Council.
Bison Bone (Courtney Whitehead)
This episode of Mile High Stash features Courtney Whitehead of Bison Bone, the Denver alt-country group whose new record "40 Grit" drops this fall. The record-release show is at the Skylark Lounge in Denver on Friday, October 27.
Bill Stevenson (Descendents / Blasting Room)
Brought to you by Hennepin Barbers in Boulder, this episode of Mile High Stash features Bill Stevenson, legendary drummer for the Descendents and Black Flag, and co-founder and producer/engineer at the Blasting Room in Fort Collins.
Singer-songwriter Danny Shafer has been an integral part of the Boulder, Colorado music scene for the last 30 years. His new album, "Phone Booth," is available now at https://soundcloud.com/danny-shafer
Photographer George Lange
Photographer George Lange, known for his iconic Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair images of the biggest celebrities in the world, has a new book called "Picturing Joy," and he's talks with Adam on this episode of Mile High Stash about moving back to Pittsburgh, working with Annie Leibovitz as a young man, his deep love of music, and a lot more. Check out George's photos and biography, and order his new book, at GeorgeLange.com
Clay Rose of Gasoline Lollipops (Guest Host)
Sponsored by The Dab, this week's edition of Mile High Stash features Clay Rose of Gasoline Lollipops as the guest host, interviewing Adam for his first-ever birthday episode. Adam got a detail about the 1997 "Album of the Year" Grammy wrong in this episode, but it's his birthday episode, so give him a break.
Constantly rethinking my top 5
I love the premise of this podcast and love hearing from all the amazing Colorado (and beyond) artists- from local to national acts, Adam leads a great conversation about music, inspiration, weirdness and zombies all into a great podcast with diverse guests.
The episode with John Hendrickson was a special gift to me as a person who stutters. Thank you for being so honest and vulnerable. Both you and John serve as a beautiful example of the complicated journey of self acceptance.
Adam has always provided an excellent insight to music through his concert reviews and interviews in print. Now his podcast has brought those same qualities for your ears.