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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Long Strange Tech, part 2

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 89:28


The Deadcast concludes its dive into the Grateful Dead's entanglement with technology, exploring Jerry Garcia's digital graphics obsession, how Dead Head online communities helped shape the emergent internet, lyricist John Perry Barlow's manifestoes, & more. Guests: Paul Martin, Mary Eisenhart, David Gans, Steve Silberman, Bob Bralove, Dan English, Doug Oade, Christian Crumlish, Charlie Miller, John Markoff, Erik Davis, Michael CaloreSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Heartland POD
Government and Politics News from the American West - November 16, 2022

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 10:51


Song playsIntro by hostWelcome to High Country - politics in the American West. My name is Sean Diller; regular listeners might know me from Heartland Pod's Talking Politics, every Monday.Go to heartlandpod.com for information on all our political podcasts, and a link to support our work on Patreon. Sign up as an Official PODhead for just $5 per month to access all our premium podcast segments and political writing. To join the conversation on Twitter, find us at THE Heartland POD. Alright! Let's get into it: NEVADA CURRENT: The Cowardly Lombardo.In his first public event since being elected governor of Nevada, Joe Lombardo refused to allow the Nevada Current and the Las Vegas Sun to cover what was billed as a victory speech. Shutting the Current out of his celebratory event was an extension of the Lombardo team's practice throughout the campaign – along with multiple Republican candidates nationwide – to refuse to provide campaign statements, notices of events, or other information to the press. The campaign told the Current Monday morning that they couldn't be allowed to cover the event because it was “at capacity for press right now.” Subsequent photographs of the event showed that statement from the campaign was patently false - with row upon row of empty seats in the sparsely populated high school auditorium where Lombardo gave his victory speech.Such mendacity from Lombardo and his team comes as no surprise. But most concerning going forward, is the prospect that as governor, Lombardo, his office, and publicly financed executive branch government offices under his purview, will refuse to provide independent journalists and other media organizations with public information.Lombardo's campaign presented its candidate to the public as an upright lawman of character, honesty, integrity and strength. But subverting the people's right to transparent and accountable government, and hiding from the press is just cowardly.COLORADO NEWSLINE: With Lauren Boebert slightly ahead in Colorado, the race to cure ballots is on.The extremely tight race between MAGA darling U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert and moderate Democrat Adam Frisch became a contest of cured ballots this week, as the two candidates worked to rally their voters and ensure every one of their ballots is counted.On Tuesday afternoon, the difference between the candidates' totals remained at over 1,000 votes: a narrow spread for sure, but still above the threshold that would trigger an automatic, state-funded recount. At the current numbers, if Frisch comes within about 830 votes, then a recount would be triggered.Vote tallies will change through the end of Wednesday as ballots continue to arrive from military and overseas voters, and as flawed ballots are “cured'' by voters. When tabulators reject a ballot, often due to a discrepancy between the voter's signature on the ballot and the official state voter registration records, the voter has an opportunity to resolve, or cure, the problem and have their vote count.The Frisch team is trying to win cured ballots this week by getting the word out to voters about the curing process, encouraging use of the state's TXT2Cure mobile phone-based curing system, and on-the-ground voter engagement.A Frisch campaign spokesperson said “A lot of the curable ballots tend to skew a lot younger, and others who don't have as much experience voting. We think that we probably will perform better among younger voters, so we think that probably there's more curable ballots for us than for Lauren Boebert.”The Frisch campaign also believes cured ballots from unaffiliated voters, not just registered Democrats, will skew their way.That sentiment was seconded by Matt Crane, a Republican who heads the Colorado County Clerks Association.Crane said. “Unaffiliated voters wanted to punish the hell out of the Republican Party in Colorado this year. And they sure did. It's probably a better pool for Democrats to go and try to cure unaffiliated ballots than it is for Republicans, just based on the way the election went.”A spokesperson for Boebert did not reply to a message seeking comment.Ballot curing must be completed by 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, and updated results are expected to be available Thursday.Colorado law requires an automatic recount, also known as a statutory recount, if the apparent winner is ahead by 0.5% or less. During such a recount, the secretary of state's office would delay certification of the race and neither candidate would be declared representative-elect until resolution of the recount, which must be completed by Dec. 13.COLORADO NEWSLINE: Congresswoman Caraveo focused on healthcare and climate change.     Yadira Caraveo, a Colorado state representative, stood at a lectern Thursday in the backyard of her childhood home in Adams County north of Denver. Her parents, who immigrated from Mexico and moved to the Denver-area home when Caraveo was in second grade, watched from a balcony as their daughter addressed reporters for the first time as the Democratic U.S. representative-elect from Colorado's 8th Congressional District. And the first Latina to represent Colorado in Congress.Dr Caraveo said “This hill behind me is where my siblings and I used to slide down and make mud piles, and the house behind us is where I spent many, many hours studying to get through high school, through college and through medical school,” Dr. Caraveo is a pediatrician in the community. She went on to say she was able to do this because of the hard work of her parents.The new 8th District was the state's most competitive based on previous elections, and unofficial results show Caraveo won by a margin of less than one percentage point. The district also has the highest concentration of Hispanic residents, at 39%, and includes the northern Denver suburbs, extending into parts of Weld County and Greeley. Caraveo said her top priorities in Congress include health care and climate change. She cited the obstacles she faced as a doctor trying to treat young patients.“The medical training that I had was not enough to beat the system that we had,” she said. “And so a lot of my effort is going to go into that system to make sure that it's not about insurance companies or drug companies.”Caraveo alluded to striking a balance on her environmental agenda. The 8th District includes parts of Weld County, which produces the most oil and gas in the state, by far .“We have a very important oil and gas industry that gives people like the families at my clinic great jobs, but I also see kids struggling to breathe every single day and I've had to send them to the hospital to be put on oxygen.” she saidThe Colorado delegation from Colorado that will join Congress in January will also include Democrats Diana DeGette from the 1st District, Joe Neguse from the 2nd District, Jason Crow from the 6th District and Brittany Pettersen from the 7th District; and Republicans Ken Buck from the 4th District and Doug Lamborn from the 5th District.The race for the 3rd District between Republican incumbent Lauren Boebert and Democratic challenger Adam Frisch is still too close to call.ARIZONA MIRROR: Republicans are falsely claiming that Arizona used to know final election results on Election Day.Republicans in Arizona and elsewhere have insisted that the days-long tabulation of early ballots, particularly in Maricopa County, is a sign the election might be being stolen. They're flat wrong about the history, however: Final election results have never been available on Election Night in any Arizona county. What's changed isn't anything about the vote-counting, but that Arizona has gone from a ruby red state where Republicans dominated most elections — to a deep purple state where races up and down the ballot have been extremely close. Those close races mean candidates, voters, pundits and the national media are focusing intently on Arizona's post-Election Day tallies.For example: in the Nov. 2, 2004 presidential election, the final results came on November 15, 13 days later.In the Nov. 7, 2006 midterm electionFinal results: Nov. 19Lag time: 12 daysNov. 4, 2008 presidential electionFinal results: Nov. 21Lag time: 17 daysNov. 2, 2010 midterm electionFinal results: Nov. 17Lag time: 15 daysNov. 6, 2012 presidential electionFinal results: Nov. 20Lag time: 14 daysNov. 4, 2014 midterm electionFinal results: Nov. 18Lag time: 14 daysNov. 8, 2016 presidential electionFinal results: Nov. 18Lag time: 10 daysNov. 6, 2018 midterm electionFinal results: Nov. 20Lag time: 14 daysNov. 3, 2020 presidential electionFinal results: Nov. 13Lag time: 10 daysNone of that has stopped Arizona GOP candidates and their allies across the country from crying foul about the process that has existed in the Grand Canyon State since the early 1990s, when Republicans here pioneered no-excuse early mail-in voting.Kari Lake, the GOP nominee for governor, has insisted that Arizonans knew the Maricopa County results and the overall result of their elections on Election Night - until 2020.Records from Maricopa County elections over the past 22 years show that has never been the case. Media outlets, like the Associated Press, might have called races in the past when election night returns showed that one candidate would clearly win, but the fastest the county has released final results in a midterm election since 2000 was six days, in 2002. In Maricopa County, a record 290,000 people dropped off their early ballots on Election Day this year. Elections workers didn't even begin to start counting those ballots until Wednesday morning. Before those ballots are tabulated, their barcodes are scanned to ensure that they came from a registered voter who hasn't cast another ballot in this election. Then elections workers check the signature on the envelope against past signatures from the voter. After that, a bipartisan team separates the ballot from the envelope and checks that the voter received the correct ballot. Once all those steps are completed, the county can tabulate the ballot. All the ballots have never been counted in one day.ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS: Colorado legalizes psychedelic mushrooms.Ten years after leading the nation in legalizing the sale of cannabis, Colorado became the second state in the U.S. to permit psilocybin, or "magic," mushrooms. Oregon was the first state to do so.As of 2 p.m. on Nov. 10, data from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office showed the Natural Medicine Health Act — voted on as Proposition 122 — was on the path to a slim approval, with 51.6% of voters supporting the measure.The measure will allow people 21 and older to grow and share psilocybin mushrooms, as well as create state-regulated centers where people could make appointments to consume the fungi. The proposition will also create “healing centers” to give clients mushrooms in a supervised setting, but will not create "mushroom dispensaries," in the same way cannabis is sold and purchased.Proponents of the ballot measure claim mushroom consumption has helped address their mental health issues in ways traditional pharmaceuticals did not, particularly when the mushrooms were taken in small doses, a method called microdosing. Gov. Jared Polis has until Jan. 31 to appoint 15 members to the Natural Medicine Advisory Board, which will report to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.CONCERT PICK OF THE WEEK: Next Wednesday, the night before Thanksgiving - The Last Waltz - with Warren Haynes, Jamey Johnson, Kathleen Edwards, and more. Tickets at FillmoreAuditorium.orgWelp, that's it for me! From Denver I'm Sean Diller. Original reporting for the stories in today's show comes from the Nevada Current, Arizona Mirror, Colorado Newsline, Rocky Mountain PBS, and Denver's WestwordThank you for listening! See you next time.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Long Strange Tech, part 1

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 71:46


The Deadcast explores the Grateful Dead's long-term cosmic entanglement with the California technology world & the architecture of the internet itself, featuring biomusic pioneer Ned Lagin, Dead Heads at the Stanford AI Lab & Apple, sonic heroes from Alembic & Meyer Sound, & more.Guests: Ned Lagin, Ron Wickersham, Susan Wickersham, Daniel Kottke, John Meyer, Helen Meyer, Paul Martin, Andy Moorer, Steve Silberman, Erik Davis, John MarkoffSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Spotlight On
Grahame Lesh

Spotlight On

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 38:15


Based in the musical hotbed of Marin County, California, Grahame Lesh is a guitar player and singer-songwriter for Midnight North, Phil Lesh & Friends, & the Terrapin Family Band. A mainstay in the scene centered around Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, Grahame has joined such luminaries as The Mother Hips, Chris Robinson, Twiddle, Amy Helm, The North Mississippi All Stars, Neal Casal, Jackie Greene, Eric Krasno, ALO, and many more in singing, playing, and interpreting the American songbook.As a founder and co-frontperson (with Elliott Peck) for Midnight North, Grahame has played hundreds of concerts around the country and released 4 studio albums, 3 live albums, and two digital EPs of original music since the band's inception in 2012. In 2021 the band released "There's Always a Story", their most successful studio album to date, and toured throughout the country in support in 2021 and 2022 as the music industry recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. Midnight North's new live album "Selections from Levon Helm Studios", co-produced by Grahame, was released in May of 2022 to celebrate Midnight North's legendary show at Levon Helm Studios in November of 2019. As a member of Phil Lesh's Terrapin Family Band and Phil Lesh & Friends, he has traveled the world, performing Phil's updated version of the Grateful Dead's sound everywhere from the famed Fuji Rock Festival in Japan to London to Newport Folk Fest to New York city. The TFB has welcomed guests like Sheryl Crow, Benmont Tench, John Scofield, Nicki Bluhm, Dawes, Warren Haynes, Bob Weir, and many more onstage as they performed at venues and festivals around the world. Always focused on the song and the groove, whether it be his or another's, Grahame's music stays rooted in the present while touching on all aspects of rock, folk, blues, soul, and more.Lean more about Lyte.Find more great podcasts from Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Grahame Lesh

Spot Lyte On...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 38:15


Based in the musical hotbed of Marin County, California, Grahame Lesh is a guitar player and singer-songwriter for Midnight North, Phil Lesh & Friends, & the Terrapin Family Band. A mainstay in the scene centered around Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, Grahame has joined such luminaries as The Mother Hips, Chris Robinson, Twiddle, Amy Helm, The North Mississippi All Stars, Neal Casal, Jackie Greene, Eric Krasno, ALO, and many more in singing, playing, and interpreting the American songbook.As a founder and co-frontperson (with Elliott Peck) for Midnight North, Grahame has played hundreds of concerts around the country and released 4 studio albums, 3 live albums, and two digital EPs of original music since the band's inception in 2012. In 2021 the band released "There's Always a Story", their most successful studio album to date, and toured throughout the country in support in 2021 and 2022 as the music industry recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. Midnight North's new live album "Selections from Levon Helm Studios", co-produced by Grahame, was released in May of 2022 to celebrate Midnight North's legendary show at Levon Helm Studios in November of 2019. As a member of Phil Lesh's Terrapin Family Band and Phil Lesh & Friends, he has traveled the world, performing Phil's updated version of the Grateful Dead's sound everywhere from the famed Fuji Rock Festival in Japan to London to Newport Folk Fest to New York city. The TFB has welcomed guests like Sheryl Crow, Benmont Tench, John Scofield, Nicki Bluhm, Dawes, Warren Haynes, Bob Weir, and many more onstage as they performed at venues and festivals around the world. Always focused on the song and the groove, whether it be his or another's, Grahame's music stays rooted in the present while touching on all aspects of rock, folk, blues, soul, and more.Lean more about Lyte.Find more great podcasts from Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
REWIND: Europe ‘72: Denmark

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 124:02


We present an encore of the Deadcast's Denmark episode from earlier this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Europe ‘72's proper release, as well as to get you ready for (or debrief you from) the Meet-Up At The Movies presentation of the Dead's historic Danish telecast.Guests: Sam Cutler, Steve Parish, Mountain Girl, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Ben Haller, Alan Trist, Jim Sullivan, Gijsbert Hanekroot, John Morris, Sam Field, David Lemieux, MC Taylor, Lars Bennike, Bjørn Lindstrøm, Hans Francke, Jens Skovby, Palle Lykke, Lars Movin, Graeme Boone, Shaugn O'DonnellSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Chuck Shute Podcast
Cody Jasper (ex Moon Fever)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:03 Transcription Available


Cody Jasper is a singer, songwriter and guitarist.  He was previously the singer for the band Moon Fever, where he had millions of streams and opened for Buckcherry, Shooter Jennings, Eric gales, and filter. He is now a solo artist and has new album out called “Ministry of Madness.”  We discuss the new album, leaving Moon Fever, his new record label, getting a blue tick and more! 00:00 - Intro00:29 - Abbey Road Studios 01:53 - Set List & Upcoming Record 02:25 - New Record Label 03:35 - Warren Haynes 04:25 - Moon Fever 06:30 - Cocaine Song & Sobriety 07:55 - Other Moon Fever Songs 08:45 - New Solo Stuff 10:36 - Dancing with Depression 14:10 - Eclectic Mix of Songs & Production 22:25 - Hiring a PR Agent & Getting Press 24:30 - Blue Tick & Follow Backs 26:25 - Big Shows & Practicing 27:35 - Living In Texas & Big Cities 29:40 - Upcoming Shows & Projects 31:50 - Freedom Music Project 33:10 - Outro Cody Jasper website:https://codyjasper.com/Freedom Music Project website:https://thefreedominmusicproject.com/index.htmlChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.com/Support the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!

Everyone Loves Guitar
Barry Richman - Dad said "CUT SCHOOL today TO CHECK OUT this guy, JIMI HENDRIX”

Everyone Loves Guitar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 77:01


On this Barry Richman Interview: Tons of stories about playing with John Lee Hooker (his first gig), Buddy Miles, Eric Johnson, Greg Allman, Clapton, Derek Trucks flipping baseball cards at age 12, Roy Buchanan, Warren Haynes… not selling his ‘57 strat to Jerry Garcia, his cool vintage guitar and amp collection, playing Duane Allman's ‘59 Burst for 6 months… his dad, who was a top NYC session sax player, western wear and all kinds of cool stuff: Cool Guitar, Music & ELG T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com In a career that's spanned 50+ years, Barry has played, toured or recorded with John Lee Hooker, Allman Brothers, Eric Johnson, Gov't Mule, Eric Clapton, Les Paul, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Derek Trucks, Jimmy Herring, Steve Morse, Roy Buchanan, Sonny Landreth, Lee Ritenour, Stanley Jordan, Vivian Campbell, Rick Emmett & others Subscribe & Website:  https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support

The JamBase Podcast
The JamBase Podcast: Warren Haynes Returns

The JamBase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 39:03 Very Popular


Gov't Mule frontman Warren Haynes returns to 'The JamBase Podcast' to talk about his +30 years of charity work and more.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

The Grateful Deadcast celebrates Bobby Weir's 75th with the birthday boy himself, exploring Weir's world with Don Was, Jeff Chimenti, members of the expanded Wolfpack, & orchestral collaborator Giancarlo Aquilanti. Guests: Bobby Weir, Don Was, Jeff Chimenti, Barry Sless, Giancarlo AquilantiSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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John Barry on Levon Helm

Spot Lyte On...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:04


Writer John Barry joins us on the podcast to talk his new book, "Levon Helm: Rock, Roll & Ramble—The Inside Story of the Man, the Music and the Midnight Ramble."Ringo wrote the foreword, and Roger Waters, Graham Nash and Warren Haynes are among those interviewed. Larry Campbell, who served as Levon Helm Band Musical Director and produced or co-produced Levon's three Grammy-winning solo albums, which were inspired by the Rambles, had this to say about the book:"John Barry was the perfect 'fly on the wall' during this great last chapter and final curtain call in Levon Helm's life. He was the quintessential observer from the early days of the Midnight Ramble to the end and has brilliantly captured the details and the spirit of that wonderful timein this book."Born in the Bronx, raised in the New York City suburbs of Rockland County and living in New York State's Hudson Valley since 1990, John W. Barry is an award-winning journalist with a passion for writing and a love of music.This combination has brought John to some pretty incredible places and put him in the company of some incredible people. From Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado and many places in between, John's relentless pursuit of the stories, the people and the circumstances that define the world around us has enabled him to assemble the puzzle pieces of a compelling tale or two over the course of his lifetime.John is a very proud graduate of Clarkstown South High School and the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he earned a journalism degree. The latter is what brought John to Ulster County, New York, and set him on his path to Woodstock, Levon Helm Studios and the Midnight Ramble. As a journalist for the USA Today Network's Poughkeepsie Journal in Dutchess County, New York, John found himself in the center of Levon's Midnight Ramble house concerts, getting to know Levon, his band, his crew, his management team, Team Levon and, of course, his fans.Prior to serving as the music writer for the Poughkeepsie Journal, John wrote for his hometown newspaper, The Journal News, as a police reporter, covering municipal beats and writing extensively about local angles to the Northern Ireland peace process. John has also freelanced for RollingStone.com and since leaving the USA Today Network at the end of 2020, has been working as a freelance writer and blogger, and editorial consultant. In the wake of the publication of this book, John is already working on his next project and continuing to do what he enjoys most, hiking and camping in the Hudson Valley's stunning terrain, cooling off in its swimming holes and breathing in deeply its crisp night air.Purchase a copy of the Levon book here. Lean more about Lyte.Find more great podcasts from Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rig Rundowns
Marcus King [2022]

Rig Rundowns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 25:29


Since https://www.premierguitar.com/artists/marcus-kings-old-soul (Marcus King's) previous https://youtu.be/4MQ3EHzq1tI (Rig Rundown) in 2017, he's made two albums—produced by https://www.premierguitar.com/artists/the-black-keys (the Black Keys') Dan Auerbach—and scored a Grammy nomination. He's also busted out his own signature Orange amp with an allusive name, and upped his profile, stepping from clubs to big halls. Not bad for a South Carolina kid with blues in his bloodline. And, really, not entirely unexpected. King hit the scene in his teens as a full-blown virtuoso, playing club gigs at night and going to high school by day. He was initially championed by Warren Haynes, who was so impressed that he released the Marcus King Band's 2015 debut, Soul Insight, on his Evil Teen Records label. And then the hard-playing young roots genre-blender rode that wind under his wings. Before his September 29 gig at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, touring behind his recent release Young Blood, he entertained PG's John Bohlinger—with some help with the details from guitar tech Cody Bates—with a close-up look at his current touring rig. Dig in! Brought to you by https://ddar.io/XSE.RR (D'Addario DS XS Strings).

Spotlight On
John Barry on Levon Helm

Spotlight On

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 53:04


Writer John Barry joins us on the podcast to talk his new book, "Levon Helm: Rock, Roll & Ramble—The Inside Story of the Man, the Music and the Midnight Ramble."Ringo wrote the foreword, and Roger Waters, Graham Nash and Warren Haynes are among those interviewed. Larry Campbell, who served as Levon Helm Band Musical Director and produced or co-produced Levon's three Grammy-winning solo albums, which were inspired by the Rambles, had this to say about the book:"John Barry was the perfect 'fly on the wall' during this great last chapter and final curtain call in Levon Helm's life. He was the quintessential observer from the early days of the Midnight Ramble to the end and has brilliantly captured the details and the spirit of that wonderful timein this book."Born in the Bronx, raised in the New York City suburbs of Rockland County and living in New York State's Hudson Valley since 1990, John W. Barry is an award-winning journalist with a passion for writing and a love of music.This combination has brought John to some pretty incredible places and put him in the company of some incredible people. From Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado and many places in between, John's relentless pursuit of the stories, the people and the circumstances that define the world around us has enabled him to assemble the puzzle pieces of a compelling tale or two over the course of his lifetime.John is a very proud graduate of Clarkstown South High School and the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he earned a journalism degree. The latter is what brought John to Ulster County, New York, and set him on his path to Woodstock, Levon Helm Studios and the Midnight Ramble. As a journalist for the USA Today Network's Poughkeepsie Journal in Dutchess County, New York, John found himself in the center of Levon's Midnight Ramble house concerts, getting to know Levon, his band, his crew, his management team, Team Levon and, of course, his fans.Prior to serving as the music writer for the Poughkeepsie Journal, John wrote for his hometown newspaper, The Journal News, as a police reporter, covering municipal beats and writing extensively about local angles to the Northern Ireland peace process. John has also freelanced for RollingStone.com and since leaving the USA Today Network at the end of 2020, has been working as a freelance writer and blogger, and editorial consultant. In the wake of the publication of this book, John is already working on his next project and continuing to do what he enjoys most, hiking and camping in the Hudson Valley's stunning terrain, cooling off in its swimming holes and breathing in deeply its crisp night air.Purchase a copy of the Levon book here. Lean more about Lyte.Find more great podcasts from Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Drop
The Reality Show

The Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 33:43 Very Popular


Karina and Isaac discuss Bob Weir with the National Symphony Orchestra, Warren Haynes' Christmas Jam, and offer a big dose of unbridled reality about the economics and obstacles of touring. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Ace 50The Deadcast welcomes Bobby Weir to honor the 50th anniversary of his 1972 solo debut “Ace” (& its forthcoming reissue), made with an all-star backing band that happened to be the Grateful Dead, featuring archival audio with “Ace” lyricists John Perry Barlow & Robert Hunter.Guests: Bobby Weir, Donna Jean Godhaux-MacKay, Don WasSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Roadie Free Radio
318: RFR Rewind: Graham Mellor | Say Anything As Long As You Are Right

Roadie Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 9:55


  Graham Mellor is a Production Manager, Monitor Engineer, and Front of House Engineer currently based out of Rhode Island. He is also the owner of Sound Advice LLC, a small sound/production company in North Kingstown, RI, providing production, backline, and audio services to venues in the state, as well as tours such as last years' The Last Waltz ft. Warren Haynes, Jamey Johnson, Don Was, Lukas Nelson, and John Medeski, as well as the Moe/Blues Traveler All Roads Run Around Tour last summer. FULL Episode HERE: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2M8ssxFWfSZ0b5cMj5DZJv?si=2MvWAgUMTnemM-rCkWh_Rw  

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Yesterday's Concert: Riding Rail for the Allman Brothers

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 21:16


Where's the best seat in the venue? Is it in the upper deck so you can see the full stage show? What about straight back by the soundboard so you can hear the best? Or is it the front row so you can be as close to the action as possible? The front row is an elusive spot. It takes big bucks or intense dedication to earn. No one just "walks up" to the front row. There has to be intentionality. For the Allman Brothers Band, I gave it everything I had, even arriving at the venue before security, and it paid off. Hear what it takes to secure a spot on the rail and see the performance of a lifetime. For more: yesterdaysconcert.com

Florida Keys Weekly Podcast
Keys Weekly gets 1 on 1 with music legend Warren Haynes

Florida Keys Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 24:04


Warren Haynes is widely considered one of the greatest live performers to ever command a stage. And on Oct. 18, Haynes and his band, Government Mule, will play the Coffee Butler Amphitheater in Key West.  Haynes' career includes stints with the Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead and dozens of collaborations with legendary names across the music spectrum, along with almost three decades of Government Mule projects and solo work.  The Florida Keys Weekly Podcast recently caught up with the Grammy-winning artist. The discussion ranges from his earlier years, including his first-ever live gig with Gregg Allman on Duval Street, to which artists Haynes believes will carry the guitar hero torch into the next generations of music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Yesterday's Concert
Riding Rail for the Allman Brothers Band

Yesterday's Concert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 21:16


Where's the best seat in the venue? Is it in the upper deck so you can see the full stage show? What about straight back by the soundboard so you can hear the best? Or is it the front row so you can be as close to the action as possible? The front row is an elusive spot. It takes big bucks or intense dedication to earn. No one just "walks up" to the front row. There has to be intentionality. For the Allman Brothers Band, I gave it everything I had, even arriving at the venue before security, and it paid off. Hear what it takes to secure a spot on the rail and see the performance of a lifetime. For more: yesterdaysconcert.com

Roadie Free Radio
314: RFR Rewind: Graham Mellor | Creating An Escape

Roadie Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 9:15


Graham Mellor is a Production Manager, Monitor Engineer, and Front of House Engineer currently based out of Rhode Island. He is also the owner of Sound Advice LLC, a small sound/production company in North Kingstown, RI, providing production, backline, and audio services to venues in the state, as well as tours such as last years' The Last Waltz ft. Warren Haynes, Jamey Johnson, Don Was, Lukas Nelson, and John Medeski, as well as the Moe/Blues Traveler All Roads Run Around Tour last summer. FULL Episode HERE: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2M8ssxFWfSZ0b5cMj5DZJv?si=2MvWAgUMTnemM-rCkWh_Rw

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
In and Out Of The Garden: Madison Square Garden, 10/83

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 114:53


Pack the Microbus & hit the road with the Dead in ‘83, hang out with the deep scene of Dead Head graffiti writers & frisbee players in Central Park, & get back to Madison Square Garden for two shows with two room-shaking bustouts.Guests: David Lemieux, John Meyer, Helen Meyer, Dan English, Alan Trist, John Scher, Eric Schwartz, John Leopold, Charlie Miller, Jim Wise, Bob Minkin, Lee Greenfeld, Johnny Dwork, Eric Pooley, Rich Farrell, Larry Price, Dean Heiser, Mary Eisenhart, Corry Arnold, Elijah Funk, Alix Ross, Mark RodriguezSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
In and Out Of The Garden: Madison Square Garden, 9/82

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 100:48


The Deadcast examines how the Grateful Dead remained a center of innovation in 1982, exploring their new sound system with John & Helen Meyer of Meyer Sound, an audacious plan to sell live tapes, the DIY zine scene, one future hit, & two sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden.Guests: Alan Trist, John Meyer, Helen Meyer, Dan English, Bob Minkin, Charlie Miller, Jim Wise, Eric Schwartz, Chris Goodspace, John Leopold, Johnny Dwork, Shaugn O'Donnell, Jeff Pincus, Marty Meyer, David Lemieux, J. Christian GreerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.