The podcast about being punished on tour. Real stories of the trials, tribulations, trouble, and brief triumphs of taking the show on the road.
Coughin' Charlie - Pandemic Check-in
Noah, Ryan, and Ray check in with each other after months of no tours, and no Tour Punisher. Discussions include sadness, anger, frustration, sadness, and anger. Tour Punisher! the podcast about everyone being punished now apparently...
Michael Thomas Howard - "People Listen to this Sh*t?"
Michael Howard talks about touring solo in a Toyota Corolla with no home to be found. Trying to be "on" all the time vs. sleep on this episode of Tour Punisher!
Loch Lomond - "Taco Money"
We sit down with Richie Young from Portland band Loch Lomond and talk about drug coins, taco money, hot bananas, and being addicted to people giving a sh*t about you occasionally.
Shook Twins - "Taking an Emotional Sh*t"
Shook Twins offer up feelings of panic, and gratitude on this enlightening episode of Tour Punisher.
Alex Falcone - "Talk About Loneliness"
We are thrilled to have Portland's Funniest Person Mr. Alex Falcone on the podcast! Good shows, punishy shows, and the loneliness of traveling alone.
Collin Hegna - "And THAT'S Not Even the Worst Thing that Happened..."
It's our first episode of season two and we're thrilled to be joined by Collin Hegna of Federale and The Brain Jonestown Massacre. Collin's stories of punishment are sure to shock, awe, and amuse you. Enjoy! We're glad to be back!
This podcast makes me miss touring. One of the best parts of touring is the people you meet along the way and the stories you come back with. Bad situations that don't kill you and just become amazing stories to tell your grandchildren about someday. The podcasts hosts do a good job capturing the hilarious mood that can only come from the cabin fever of the van after hours of corn fields in the Midwest. I plowed through every episode and LOL'd like a crazy person with ear buds in.
Portland Music Scene
A recent transplant it is so nice to hear how things are going back in the Oregon music scene. I love hearing the bands defunk the idea that tour is fun and easy. Tune in for bad language, lots of laughter, bodily fluids and zero hotels destroyed in awesome parties.
The commercial breaks are the best in the biz.
Insane Looks Into Life On The Road
The stories on this show combined with the great humor provided by everyone involved turns into an amazing listening experience.
I came as a giant fan of the Builders and the Butchers and am happy to learn about these other bands that are being introduced.
Ray!!! PLEASE release a full length version of the theme somewhere!!!
Keep it up dudes!!!