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"Johnny Goudie is the Marc Maron of Austin music. The veteran singer/guitarist – best known for fronting early Nineties pop band Mr. Rocket Baby and, later, his major-label rock act, Goudie – stepped up to the microphone with a new intention in 2011 and launched the How Did I Get Here? podcast. Now 840-some episodes in, the hourlong, twice-weekly interview show gives the host a platform to really connect with his Austin music guests, not just on what’s happening in their careers, but also in the shared experience of music appreciation – and that’s where he truly shines." - The Austin Chronicle

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"Johnny Goudie is the Marc Maron of Austin music. The veteran singer/guitarist – best known for fronting early Nineties pop band Mr. Rocket Baby and, later, his major-label rock act, Goudie – stepped up to the microphone with a new intention in 2011 and launched the How Did I Get Here? podcast. Now 840-some episodes in, the hourlong, twice-weekly interview show gives the host a platform to really connect with his Austin music guests, not just on what’s happening in their careers, but also in the shared experience of music appreciation – and that’s where he truly shines." - The Austin Chronicle

    Episode 1103: Mandy Prater

    Episode 1103: Mandy Prater

    Hello everyone! Singer/songwriter, lead singer of The Mrs. and Twitch queen, Mandy Prater is my guest for episode 1103! Her new single, the pop-flavored country song, "On The Outside" is available today wherever you stream or download your jams. Mandy is celebrating the release of "On The Outside" with a release show at the Three Legged Goat tomorrow, Sat. 11/23. Go to mandypratermusic.com for show dates music and more.https://mandypratermusic.com. We have a great conversation about writing and making "On The Outside", singing in cover bands, finding her audience on Twitch, her time under quarantine and much more. I had a great time getting to know Mandy. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 1102: ELKE

    Episode 1102: ELKE

    Hello friends! ELKE is the indie, art-rock project of Nashville-based musician and model, Kayla Graninger and she is my guest for episode 1102! Her debut full-lebgth album, the amazing, No Pain For Us Here came out in September and you can find it wherever you stream or download your jams. We have a great conversation about making No Pain For Us Here with producer Zac Farro of Paramore fame, how she started writing songs, singing in a lower register, moving to NYC at 17, the modeling biz, living in Nashville and much more. I had a great time getting to know this incredibly cool and talented lady. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Find ELKE on Instagram.


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 1101: Money Chicha 2021

    Episode 1101: Money Chicha 2021

    Hello friends! Austin psychedelic, Cumbia/Chicha band, Money Chicha has a brand new album out called, Chicha Summit and bass player, Greg Gonzalez is here to tell us all about it! Chicha Summit dropped on Friday, 10/15 and you can find it wherever you stream and download your jams. Money Chicha is having a record release show this Saturday 10/23 at Radio Coffee and Beer here in Austin. They'll be playing around Texas in the coming months and you can find out where and when at moneychicha.com. We have a great conversation about the two sides of the album and what makes them different, recording at Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, TX, writing as a band, working with Jose' Luis Carballo, what Chicha music is and much more. I had a great time catching up with Greg. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!


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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 1100: The Goudies

    Episode 1100: The Goudies

    Hello friends! U.K. based, Americana, husband and wife duo, Sam and Beth Goudie, a.k.a. The Goudies are my guests for episode 1100! Their gorgeous debut EP, "When This Is Over" is available now wherever you stream or download your jams. Go to thegoudies.com for music, videos, show dates and more. Sam reached out to me on Instagram and introduced himself because of the last name, I checked out their music and thought they were just brilliant. We have a great conversation about how they met, fell in love, married and had children, how their musical partnership developed organically, the adventure of traveling around the U.K. in a van with their instruments and kids, their weekly live stream and much more. I had a great time getting to know Sam and Beth. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!


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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 1099: Nat Adderley Jr.

    Episode 1099: Nat Adderley Jr.

    Hello friends! Legendary R&B pianist, composer, arranger, producer and music director for Luther Vandross for 20+ years, Nat Adderley Jr. is my guest for episode 1099! This Sunday, Oct. 17th, Nat will be returning to Austin to hit the stage at premier jazz and live arts venue Parker Jazz Club, benefitting THE ADDERLEY FOUNDATION (a nonprofit which provides scholarships and financial assistance for underserved students for musical theatre education). Get tickets for the event at parkerjazzclub.com. Go to Natadderley.com for music and more. Nat is the son of Jazz great, Nat Adderley, nephew of jazz great Cannonball Adderley and father of Austin's own, Akina Adderley. We have a great conversation about the generations of musicians in his family, his years with Luther Vandross, working with Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole, Beyoncé and more, making the move from R&B to jazz and much more! I had a great time getting to know Nat. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down!


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 1098: Sue Foley Returns! / Swan Songs‘ Christine Albert Checks In!

    Episode 1098: Sue Foley Returns! / Swan Songs‘ Christine Albert Checks In!

    Hello friends! We have a great big show for you today. Blues guitar hero, Sure Foley returns to the show for episode 1098! Her new album, the smoking hot, Pinky's Blues drops on October 22nd, but you can hear singles from the album including the latest, "Hurricane Girl" feat. Jimmie Vaughan, wherever you get your music. She's heading out on tour until December and she's kicking it off in Austin, This Friday, 10/15 at Antone's. Go to suefoley.com for music, videos, tour dates and more. We have a great conversation about making Pinky's Blues with Chris layton on drums, Jon Penner on bass and the great Mike Flanigin producing, recoding live, her time under quarantine, being in The Jungle Show w/ Billy Gibbons, Jimmie Vaughan and much more! Plus, Christine Albert, from Swan Songs, checks in about "Love, Tito's & Swan Songs Serenade To Our Healthcare Community" free streaming broadcast this Sunday, 10/17 at 7 pm featuring some of Austin's best musicians performing and sending messages of encouragement and thanks to our healthcare community. Go to swansongs.org for more info on their organization and the performances.


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    • 1 hr 26 min

Customer Reviews

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59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Austintxous ,

Rolling the dice with Ruby

What I like about Johnny’s interview style is that it’s just a conversation. And it’s no holds barred. He’ll ask the kind of questions that many people are not used to answering, probably because they never thought anybody would be interested in knowing. But, he really lets his guest, Ruby, in this case, go back and examine her life and, yep, figure out “how did I get here?” From a preachers kid in a one horse town in Colorado to the Austin Texas, the Live Music Capital of …well that was last year… by way of chocolate and church music. Great story!

Toddgriffis ,

Amazing show with great guests

I just listened to the episode with Lucas Griffin of The Ventures... I loved hearing stories about the band... funny coincidence, I used to work with Gerry McGees brother, Tom, he would tell me things that Gerry would tell him about the band travels and so forth..... kept the great shows coming Johnny

skittlebiscuits ,

Love it

I adore this podcast. Johnny is an excellent interviewer and he gets the behind the scenes real talk scoop from artists. I learn so much from listening and he always makes me laugh. Thanks Johnny!

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