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"Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home. "Mister Radio" will interview you about anything: politics, education, religion, science, industry or the arts. So, if you’d like to share your life with a short phone interview please let "Mister Radio" know by emailing him at misterradio2020@gmail.com.

Mister Radio Marshall Katzman

    • Music
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

"Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home. "Mister Radio" will interview you about anything: politics, education, religion, science, industry or the arts. So, if you’d like to share your life with a short phone interview please let "Mister Radio" know by emailing him at misterradio2020@gmail.com.

    Reach Into The Vaults With Texas Road Trip Part One

    Reach Into The Vaults With Texas Road Trip Part One

    "Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two.
    The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when.

    On this show we will reach into the vaults for selections from the 2013 Texas Road Trip. Starting off with Bo Porter on guitar and vocals and Jimmy Lee Jones on guitar playing at at the Picker Circle in Luckenbach. Be sure to listen for the fan cooling off the shed, the audience drinking beer and motorcycles arriving in the lot. Porter and Jones will be heard playing, "Big Iron", "It's Time For Me To Go" and "Crazy". Then we will travel to Austin and listen to Mark “Porkchop” Holder and his one man band singing “Mystery Train” followed by Brad McCollum singing his original tune, “Sing Like The Sages”. After that it’s on to the Silver Creek Beer Garden & Restaurant in Fredericksburg for Bryan Maldonado and Melissa Weatherly of the group “Sol Patch” singing "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" and Trevor Hickle playing his original song “Colorado Desert Rose” in Big Bend National Park. Finally we will close with Wes Nixon singing “Amy’s Back In Austin” at the Salt Lick Bar-B-Que in Driftwood, Texas.

    • 32 min
    Reach Into The Vaults With Blue Dharma Side One

    Reach Into The Vaults With Blue Dharma Side One

    "Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two.
    The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when.

    On this show we will reach into the vaults for a 2001 Jam Band album that Y107’s Joey Black reviewed with "They got the jam band feel down" and Jeff Burger from GetMusic commented "It's impressive stuff...a sound that perfectly blends originality with whatever's currently in vogue...They've got talent and versatility and who knows what could happen." Here now is “Blue Dharma” from their first and only album titled ABODE.

    Remember, "Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home where we will interview you about anything: politics, education, religion, science, industry or the arts. So, if you’d like to share your life with a thirty minute interview over the phone on ZOOM or any other platform please let us know by emailing misterradio2020@gmail.com.

    • 27 min
    Reach Into The Vaults With John Lee Krasnow

    Reach Into The Vaults With John Lee Krasnow

    On this show we will reach into the vaults for an interview with jazz saxophonist, the late John Lee Krasnow.
    "Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two.
    The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when.

    Remember, "Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home where we will interview you about anything: politics, education, religion, science, industry or the arts. So, if you’d like to share your life with a thirty minute interview over the phone on ZOOM or any other platform please let us know by emailing misterradio2020@gmail.com.

    • 31 min
    Season Finale Kevin Higgins Episode XXV

    Season Finale Kevin Higgins Episode XXV

    Today’s guest grew up in El Paso, Texas where, in his own words, “the desert southwest and the mountains of southern New Mexico left an indelible impression on his soul.” The recipient of six Texas Music Awards, including "Song of the Year" for the title cut on his album “Find Your Shine” he was also a New Folk Finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival in 2000. It was 2013 when I first became fully immersed in the Texas Music scene while recording an early Mister Radio episode at the Picker Circle in Luckenbach, Texas, then I finally understood why many critics say that all the best singer songwriters come from Texas, in fact one reviewer for Americana magazine, when writing about my guest, stated that “some may argue against this fact but it’s true; the dissenters are wrong. Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Steve Earle, Lyle Lovett, Butch Hancock, Joe Ely, Nanci Griffith, Willie Nelson, the names go on, and now there’s one more to add to the list...Kevin Higgins.”
    It is my honor to introduce today’s guest, Kevin Higgins.

    • 35 min
    Episode XXIV Tony Trischka

    Episode XXIV Tony Trischka

    Awarded the 2012 United States Artists Friends Fellow in recognition of the excellence of his work today’s guest has been an inspiration to many other progressive musicians. He has been playing the banjo since 1963 and worked on the soundtrack for “Driving Miss Daisy”. His 2007 album, “Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular”, featured appearances by Steve Martin, Earl Scruggs, and many other banjo luminaries. The recipient of two International Bluegrass Music Association awards as well as a Grammy nomination he also received the award for Banjo Player of the Year from the International Bluegrass Music Association. The New York Times has reffered to him as “the father of modern bluegrass.”
    It is my honor to introduce today’s guest, Tony Trischka.

    • 34 min
    Episode XIII Shane Pendergast

    Episode XIII Shane Pendergast

    A folksinger from “The Gentle Isle”, Prince Edward Island, who learned to play by ear at an early age and was immersed in a culture of family kitchen parties and by age 13 was performing professionally on stage. His connection to Maritime folk music dates back to the efforts of his great-grandparents who where preservers of folklore in Prince Edward Island. Today he is carrying the torch forward with his own songs, inspired by rural life and Maritime history and known as an “old-school troubadour,” performing upwards of 200 gigs a year. In 2020 he released his debut album, "Place to the Name” and just one year later released his second album, “Second Wind.” Steacy Easton referred to him as “...the maritime storyteller that I am most excited to hear more from.” Music P.E.I. Week recently nominated him for the Maritime Electric Lloyd Doyle New Artist of the Year and Contemporary Roots Country Recording of the Year awards.
    It is my honor to introduce today’s guest, Shane Pendergast.

    • 30 min

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