49 min

Chris Ballew - The Ins & Outs With Mackie Episode 217 The Ins & Outs with Mackie

    • Music Interviews

As lead singer of the Presidents Of The United States Of America, Chris Ballew was responsible for earworm-y hits like “Kitty,” “Lump,” and “Peaches.” Under the name Caspar Babypants, he’s recorded nineteen albums featuring 362 songs, and performed over 1200 shows for kids and their parents.  Now, as he transitions into new solo material, he talks to Jamie Hernandez about his early years touring with Beck’s band, how his wife Kate Endle’s art inspired Caspar Babypants’ music, and the spiritual explorations that drive his new solo material.

Chrisballew.org is Chris’ official site, featuring his new music, as well as free downloads of past projects including Chris & Tad, The Giraffes, and Subset, the Presidents’ collaboration with Sir Mix-A-Lot.

If you have kids, go to the Caspar Babypants Tiny Jukebox page and program your own virtual concert.
https://babypantsmusic.com/

And for the art that inspired the music of Caspar Babypants, visit Chris’ wife Kate Endle at kateendle.com 

And remember, if you know the proper response to “PEACHES COME FROM A CAN!” you can thank Chris Ballew.

***Don't forget about our Running Man Giveaway!  Look for the animated Running Man logo and comment what time you see him, to be entered into a drawing for an EM-91CU+ microphone.  And stay sharp - there may be more than one per episode! - Winners will be announced the following Friday via reply and a pinned comment in this video. - ***

The Ins & Outs with Mackie is the official Mackie podcast, Featuring awesome gear and awesome people! We'll bring you musicians, engineers, podcasters, streamers, even the occasional Mackoid! 

Listen to the audio version wherever you get your podcasts.

Visit our website to learn more about Mackie gear and find a retailer near you: 
https://mackie.com
Subscribe to Mackie TV and click the bell to get the latest Mackie videos as soon as they are up! 
Get the inside scoop on new gear, events and more, when you subscribe to the Mackie newsletter:
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As lead singer of the Presidents Of The United States Of America, Chris Ballew was responsible for earworm-y hits like “Kitty,” “Lump,” and “Peaches.” Under the name Caspar Babypants, he’s recorded nineteen albums featuring 362 songs, and performed over 1200 shows for kids and their parents.  Now, as he transitions into new solo material, he talks to Jamie Hernandez about his early years touring with Beck’s band, how his wife Kate Endle’s art inspired Caspar Babypants’ music, and the spiritual explorations that drive his new solo material.

Chrisballew.org is Chris’ official site, featuring his new music, as well as free downloads of past projects including Chris & Tad, The Giraffes, and Subset, the Presidents’ collaboration with Sir Mix-A-Lot.

If you have kids, go to the Caspar Babypants Tiny Jukebox page and program your own virtual concert.
https://babypantsmusic.com/

And for the art that inspired the music of Caspar Babypants, visit Chris’ wife Kate Endle at kateendle.com 

And remember, if you know the proper response to “PEACHES COME FROM A CAN!” you can thank Chris Ballew.

***Don't forget about our Running Man Giveaway!  Look for the animated Running Man logo and comment what time you see him, to be entered into a drawing for an EM-91CU+ microphone.  And stay sharp - there may be more than one per episode! - Winners will be announced the following Friday via reply and a pinned comment in this video. - ***

The Ins & Outs with Mackie is the official Mackie podcast, Featuring awesome gear and awesome people! We'll bring you musicians, engineers, podcasters, streamers, even the occasional Mackoid! 

Listen to the audio version wherever you get your podcasts.

Visit our website to learn more about Mackie gear and find a retailer near you: 
https://mackie.com
Subscribe to Mackie TV and click the bell to get the latest Mackie videos as soon as they are up! 
Get the inside scoop on new gear, events and more, when you subscribe to the Mackie newsletter:
http://eepurl.com/cg4dr

49 min