Enter Walt's studio 'The Restroom' to hear him and co-host Uly talk to guests about everything from music production to politics. Be a fly on the wall and Enter The Restroom.
#16 New Horizons
On today's show, Walt and Uly discuss the plans for the future of the Enter The Restroom podcast. In addition, Walt's friend Frank calls in to talk about the upcoming release of Star Wars The Force Awakens.
#15 Bumblefoot Enters
Today Bumblefoot calls into the Restroom Studio to talk about his new album ‘Little Brother Is Watching’. We also get to geek out about music production, his signature series double neck guitar and about his very own line of hot sauce. Enjoy! www.bumblefoot.com
All music in this episode was written by Bumblefoot and used with permission:
R2 - Clots - Dirty Pant'loons - Highter - Little brother Is Watching - A Day To Remember
This episode was co-produced by Dr. Joe Ferry www.joeferrymusic.com
#14 Joshua ‘Mirk’ Mirsky Enters
Today, Joshua Mirsky of the band Mirk enters the Restroom Studio. Joshua is an amazing performer, rapper, vocalist, songwriter and producer. Check out his band and studio at the links below! My co-host is Uly.
#13 Dr. Joe Ferry Enters
My guest today is Grammy Award winning record producer Dr. Joe Ferry. Dr. Joe is an accomplished bassist, painter and author. He also teaches music production at the Conservatory Of Music at Purchase College. Be sure to check out Joe’s website joeferrymusic.com for more info!
My co-host is Uly.
#12 David Tarlo Enters
On this episode we are joined by folk performer David Tarlo of Hudson Valley Sally (vocals/banjo). David also performed with the Walkabout Clearwater Chorus, a group founded by Pete Seeger. For more info visit hudsonvalleysally.com and walkaboutclearwater.org
My co-host is Uly.
#11 Russ Jones Enters
Russ Jones is a true renaissance man. Not only does he play bass in Morning Starlett and guitar in Tina Kenny And The Balance but he can also rock out like no other on the mandolin. With Uly joining me in the co-host seat, the conversation spans many centuries and art forms. Enjoy!
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This show is awesome!
Men talking! Really talking! Yes it gets dark and dirty but funny!