Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. Sometimes, it runs a little longer, and that’s okay.
The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Now it’s available on-demand at NRM Streamcast, as well as the following podcast platforms: Apple, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Breaker, Castro, RadioPublic, Castbox, TuneIn, iHeartRadio & Stitcher.
40 Years Of Combat Rock
On this week's show, we commemorate 40 years of Combat Rock, celebrate Kate Bush's first top US top 10 hit, and spend quality time with new records from Wilco & Steve Earle. All this & much, much less!
Showdown At The OK Computer Corral
On this week's show, we spend quality time with superlative new records from Sharon Van Etten & Rolling Blackouts CF, spin fresh tracks from Cory Branan, Dawes & Wilco, and celebrate a quarter-century of Radiohead's OK Computer. All this & much, much less!
Shaky Knees Wrap-Up
On this week's show, we nerd out over all the cool bands we saw at Shaky Knees in Atlanta, chat with the Chicago-based band Rookie, and spend quality time with new records from Arcade Fire & Trombone Shorty. All this & much, much less!
20 Years of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
On this week's show, we celebrate 20 years of American aquarium drinkers assassin-ing down the avenue with Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, spend quality time with new records from Kurt Vile & Aldous Harding, and spin fresh tracks from Neko Case & Laura Veirs. All this & much, much less!
It's Rhian & Hester's World, We Just Live In It
On this week's show, we nerd out over Cat Power's show at the Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC,
spin fresh tracks from Drive-By Truckers, Guided By Voices & Angel Olsen, and spend quality time with new records from Jack White, Wet Leg & Orville Peck. All this & much, much less!
1st Quarterly Report 2022
On this week's show, we spend quality time with the new Destroyer record, nerd out over Sparks' performance at Raleigh's Lincoln Theatre, review our favorite records of the first quarter & bid adieu to the late Taylor Hawkins. All this & much, much less!
A breath of fresh air
Such a nice change from the norm. Thanks!
Scott has a ton of knowledge and excellent taste in music. Love the podcast format, which makes it more convenient for listening.
Works SO well as a podcast.
I used to always say that Greenberg would make me mad because everytime I listened to his show, I would end up spending money on new music. This show is an amazing dive into musicology. I listened to this show when it was a broadcast radio show. Now that it is a podcast I find myself loving it even more because I can listen at different times. And listen more than once. Brace yourself for a wild ride through ever genera of music you can imagine (except maybe Minimalists like Phillip Glass. Hehe). Highly recommended!!!!