Musician Ryan Seaman (iDKHOW, Falling in Reverse) welcomes guests spanning the entire music community, seeking stories of how people got to where they are.
I met Jonny through my friends in The Dangerous Summer, he’s a talented singer/songwriter that came from the UK and now lives in Nashville, I’m really into his music and we’ve co-written songs together that may see the light of day, but for now, I think everyone should check him out and hear his story. Loved having this convo with him.
Luke Spiller (The Struts)
I met Luke last year right before the pandemic hit and we were all starting to hang out a lot, we even had Josh Katz from Badflower, Luke and me jam at a blues night in a random bar in Los Angeles. I get to know Luke a little more and find out how he got his start in music.
This week I have bass player Jake Massanari from the band Them Evils, I met this guy when I was on a hike with my pal Anthony Lauletta, he brought him along, I thought he was hilarious, and everyone loves this guy, including me. Hear about his story on how he came to be with his band Them Evils.
Mike Herrera is the singer and songwriter for band MxPx, they’ve been one of my all time favorite punk bands since I was a teenager, I attended most of their shows in Salt Lake City in the late 90’s and throughout the early 2000’s and eventually toured with Mike and made a friendship with him, I've known him close to 20 years and we catch up and learn about Mike's journey as a musician.
Sean Porter- Daddy’s Dogs/Tour Manager
This week I have long time friend Sean Porter, otherwise know as Big Daddy, we talk about how he got started in the music business as well as how he’s managed to open up Nashville’s most successful hotdog chain “Daddy’s Dogs” I loved touring with Sean and all the times we’ve had together on the road and that what makes him a great guest, take a listen!
This week I have Efrem who sings for the band Death By Stereo and more recently Voodoo Glow Skulls, he was one of the first real friends I made when I moved to California and I knew no one out there. I got to do Warped Tour with him in 2002, and we’ve been friends and have kept in touch ever since. Hear how Efrem got his start in music as well as us catching up!
Cool and funny
It’s pretty epic lol ig
Great host great guests
Ryan leads great conversations with interesting guests.
If you’re lucky enough to be one of the few humans to have befriended Ryan Seaman over the years, you’ll know how special he is. Hands down one of the nicest guys I’ve ever been kucky enough to know. He always puts his friends first! So when I found out that he had a podcast, I HAD to tune in. idobi is such a great home for Ryan’s voice and thoughts. His guests so far have been so interesting and I’m looking forward to keep on listening!
Love ya Ryan!