A podcast about love, loyalty, faith, friendship and music.
I'm joined this week by Seamus Fields of the band Foxhedge. Seamus was a student at the School of Rock in Red Bank that I used to manage. He is a talented multi-instrumentalist, audio student and outstanding human. Enjoy!
This week my guest is indie folk and punk artist Nate Allen. Nate has a new project out under the name Good Saint Nathanael called "Hide No Truth." We talk about working in sawmills, paper routes, Green Day, Christian school, legalism, Tom Fest 98, Shorthanded playing his 17th birthday changing his life, bad times in San Francisco, seminary, workaholic tendencies, ruptured appendixes, spiritual abuse and much more! Also, there's a special guest appearance from Nate's daughter. Check it out!
Mike Rucker, Ph.D.
Mike Rucker was in school for over 25 years. He has degrees in Economics, Communications, a Masters in Film TV and New Media, an MBA from USC as well as a fitness certification from UCLA and data science certification from Johns Hopkins and finally a PHD in Philosophy from Alliant University. How does a guy like this find time to have fun? We'll start with 168 hours and go from there!
Will Be Hammered Down
Hello Achievers! I'm back for another EXCLUSIVE preview of the new Spoken in Tongues record, "The Nail That Sticks Up Will Be Hammered Down." My buddy (and one time Blenderhead bassist) Brianz Grayz from The Blamed comes on the show as guest host to get into what the songs are about and some of the audio nerd aspects as well. This episode covers the second half (last 5 songs) of the album. Enjoy and thanks for listening!
The Nail That Sticks Up ...
Hello Achievers! I'm back into week 3 of a new semester of school but I'm back for the next two weeks with an EXCLUSIVE preview of the new Spoken in Tongues record, "The Nail That Sticks Up Will Be Hammered Down." My buddy (and one time Blenderhead bassist) Byron Gary (you'll see) from The Blamed comes on the show as guest host to get into what the songs are about and some of the audio nerd aspects as well. This episode covers the first half (5 songs) of the album. Enjoy and thanks for listening!
It's Father's Day, and I'm going to reflect on the recent passing of my father. Keep some tissues handy. Thanks for listening.
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Jamie Hilsden ROCKS!!!!👍
Awesome interview! Thanks Billy Power! Please do a current interview with him and Miqedem!!!! L❤️V3
The truth comes out.
Listening to this podcast makes me very sad. It makes me want to listen to "Christian" music at lot less. Where is the faith? Were all these musicians just singing what their parents wanted them to? While it's an enjoyable listen sometimes, I kind of stopped listening because I felt like the discussions missed a lot of opportunity to be deeper and more interesting.
I really dig this Podcast - I like the people interviewed & topics discussed as I grew up in the same era in the same music genre exactly... it's like takin' a trip down memory lane - LOVE THE NESTALGIA!!!