The JamBase Podcast brings you inside the jam scene and beyond. Hosted by JamBase editors Scott Bernstein, Andy Kahn and Nate Todd, episodes feature entertaining interviews with musicians and other integral members of the industry, news and insights from the world of live music, and much more.
Season 3, Episode 9: Revisiting The 1990's H.O.R.D.E. Festivals
The JamBase Podcast Season Three finale closes our festival season with a look back at the H.O.R.D.E. Festivals in the 1990s.
Season 3, Episode 8: Jerry Stories -- Steve Silberman
Season Three of 'The JamBase Podcast' continues with "Jerry Stories" featuring Steve Silberman's memorable tale of meeting Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia.
Season 3, Episode 7: Summer Jam At Watkins Glen 50th Anniversary
Season Three of 'The JamBase Podcast' continues with a look back the Summer Jam at Watkins Glen festival held 50 years ago today featuring The Allman Brothers Band, Grateful Dead and The Band.
Season 3, Episode 6: Little Feat's Bill Payne
Season Three of 'The JamBase Podcast' continues with legendary Little Feat founding member and keyboardist Bill Payne.
Season 3, Episode 5: Sierra Hull
Mandolin player Sierra Hull discusses "The Art Of The Sit-In" and her experience as artist-at-large at High Sierra Music Festival on the latest episode of 'The JamBase Podcast.'
Season 3, Episode 4: moe.'s Chuck Garvey
moe. guitarist Chuck Garvey returns to 'The JamBase Podcast' for the first time after surviving a stroke in November 2021.
Love the content, delivery needs polish.
I very much enjoy the content of this podcast, and appreciate the love and hard work that clearly goes into it. However, both hosts, especially AK, would benefit from some work in making their delivery sound less obvious that it’s being read directly from prewritten sources. Natural delivery goes a long way to make a podcast an enjoyable listen.
I’m a fan of this podcast in general, but as much as I wanted to listen to this episode about H.O.R.D.E., I couldn’t make it through Andy Kahn’s delivery. He’s speeding up his delivery as each sentence builds, and simultaneously not enunciating. The sentence that seems to end with “…the 1990’s” sounds like “the nineteen-nigh”. The cadence is just too unnatural and affected. I regret leaving this comment because it may be taken as negative or unappreciative, but jam-band fans are used to (and skilled at) listening closely, so it follows that they’re more demanding when it comes to podcast hosts in general!
Inspirational, very informative and well conducted interview w Chick Garvey.
One of the coolest things I’ve listed to in a long time!