38 episodes

The Deep Americana podcast has been focused on breaking bad barriers of "isms." The first season delved into mental illness and disability, as well as individual methods of coping. Season two delves into immigration, how covid-19 has disrupted lives, and frank discussions on institutional and personal racism. With Season three, Deep Americana takes on new hosts and topics. I'm developing new guest hosts, bringing back friends, and broadening the focus. Here's to another great season, glad you all are enjoying this. With all of the podcast episodes the point is the conversation and we tend to move away from scripted formats. The Deep Americana team is driven to help regular people find ways to communicate their own experiences.

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The Deep Americana podcast has been focused on breaking bad barriers of "isms." The first season delved into mental illness and disability, as well as individual methods of coping. Season two delves into immigration, how covid-19 has disrupted lives, and frank discussions on institutional and personal racism. With Season three, Deep Americana takes on new hosts and topics. I'm developing new guest hosts, bringing back friends, and broadening the focus. Here's to another great season, glad you all are enjoying this. With all of the podcast episodes the point is the conversation and we tend to move away from scripted formats. The Deep Americana team is driven to help regular people find ways to communicate their own experiences.

    S03E15: Tim and Dane talk marriage and politics

    S03E15: Tim and Dane talk marriage and politics

    Honest discussions about dating and life, learning and growth as Dane and Tim discuss their marriage and their experiences. Tim explains what 'shelving' is in the music industry and meditates on the power of echo chambers. Dane imparts the importance of wisdom, particularly in the media environment of the moment. Pour a nice cold beverage and take an hour to catch a breath and hear a beautiful love story on our last episode of this season.

    • 58 min
    S03E14: Printmaker Tom Huck on art as business

    S03E14: Printmaker Tom Huck on art as business

    Ray interviews master printmaker Tom Huck on art, politics, satire, prints, and business. This is a raw interview presented because sometimes the conversation is more important than the quality of the audio. The phone is cracked, and it's leaking radiation that the microphone picked up during the recording. But Tom Huck's work is phenomenal and you need to see it.



    His Website: evilprints.com

    His Instagram: instagram.com/evilprints

    His Facebook: facebook.com/theevilhead

    Wikipedia Bio: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Huck

    Artnet Bio: artnet.com/artists/tom-huck/biography

    • 56 min
    S03E013: Ray interviews Oren Lomena of The Whole Hard Truth podcast

    S03E013: Ray interviews Oren Lomena of The Whole Hard Truth podcast

    Oren Lomena of the podcast The Whole Hard Truth talks through the events of this summer with Ray. This podcast explores political and social issues, as well as creativity, performance, and using podcasting as a way to spread empathy in diverse communities.



    Follow The Whole Hard Truth on Instagram: instagram.com/thewholehardtruth



    Subscribe to The Whole Hard Truth on Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-whole-hard-truth/id1531436818

    • 45 min
    S03E012: Josh and Stu discuss sports and the pandemic

    S03E012: Josh and Stu discuss sports and the pandemic

    In this laid-back conversation, Josh and Stu discuss American Football, the 2026 World Cup, global politics, and the importance of live music events. And while this isn't a political conversation, it is certainly timely.

    • 48 min
    S03E11: Vermin Supreme on playful protest, running for POTUS, and free ponies

    S03E11: Vermin Supreme on playful protest, running for POTUS, and free ponies

    Vermin Supreme's satirical run for POTUS delivers humor, direct action, and mutual aid as a substantive platform with the goal to uplift the disenfranchised, and disempowered, force them to clean their teeth, and provide free ponies. This interview explores his direct action playful protest style, real world branding tactics he's developed, and how he's deployed responsive performances of his political persona as an art form.



    In particular, this moment was discussed, his appearance on C-Span alongside Randall Terry during the New Hampshire primary debate on December 19, 2011: https://www.c-span.org/video/?303284-1/lesser-candidates-hampshire-presidential-primaries



    Vermin Supreme on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/verminsupremeinstitute/

    Vermin Supreme on Twitter: https://twitter.com/verminsupreme

    Vermin Supreme on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VerminSupremeOfficial

    Vermin Supreme on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/verminsupremeinstitute/

    Vermin Supreme's Official Web Site: https://verminsupremeinstitute.com/

    • 57 min
    S03E10: Willie Cole on art, creativity, and the zeitgeist (2/2)

    S03E10: Willie Cole on art, creativity, and the zeitgeist (2/2)

    This is the second half of our interview with renowned artist, ecological mechanic, transformer Willie Cole. This second half delves into spiritual and creative forces, as well as more about his current work. While you're listening, check out his artwork and online presence at the links below:



    His Website: https://www.williecole.com

    His Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/williecoleart

    Wikipedia Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Cole

    Artnet Bio: http://www.artnet.com/artists/willie-cole

    Met Museum Featurette: http://artistproject.metmuseum.org/2/willie-cole

    • 34 min

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