The JamBase Podcast brings you news and insights from the jam scene and beyond. Hosted by JamBase’s David Onigman, Scott Bernstein and Andy Kahn, each episode features a rundown of the latest happenings in live music. Also included are interviews with musicians and other industry professionals through behind-the-scenes segments such as Tour Stories, Quit My Day Job, The Art Of The Setlist, Worst Show Ever and many more.
Episode 144: Robert Walter
The Greyboy Allstars keyboardist Robert Walter checks in from Roger Waters tour on the latest episode of 'The JamBase Podcast.'
Episode 143: Ghost Light's Tom Hamilton & Raina Mullen
Stream a 'JamBase Podcast' interview with Ghost Light's Tom Hamilton and Raina Mullen about the band's upcoming new album, 'The Healing,' and more.
Episode 142: Tim Heidecker
Comedian/actor/singer-songwriter Tim Heidecker is interviewed on the latest episode of 'The JamBase Podcast.'
Episode 141: Twiddle's Mihali
Twiddle guitarist Mihali is interviewed on the latest episode of The JamBase Podcast.
Episode 140: Watkins Family Hour
Sean Watkins and Sara Watkins discuss their new Watkins Family Hour album and more on the latest episode of 'The JamBase Podcast.'
Episode 139: Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters)
Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett is interviewed on the latest episode of 'The JamBase Podcast.'
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.
Poor guy has about as much energy and as many interesting questions as a bar of old soap. To have the opportunity to interview this many greats and have this fella asking questions is a fallacy for all.
The Steve Gorman Interview Was Excellent
I’ve been listening from the beginning I really thought Andy did a great job with the Steve Gorman interview, he didn’t bother with the basics like everyone who has been interviewing Steve lately but went right in to expert level. Good stuff.