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Osiris Media presents The Drop, a daily podcast sharing music news, artist interviews, and highlights from across the Osiris network. The Drop is brought to you by CashorTrade. Osiris works in media partnership with JamBase.
 
Grammy Award-winning guitarist Eric Krasno invites you to be a fly on the wall for conversations with the friends he's met in his 20 plus years as a touring musician. Krasno’s engaged approach creates interviews that feel like a backstage peek at conversations between friends. Join us for Eric Krasno Plus One. Premieres April 20. Brought to you by Osiris Media.
 
More than just a Grateful Dead Podcast, more than a music and culture show, something other than a Deadhead family of cosmic wanderers.... No Simple Road is a weekly podcast highlighting the musicians, authors, artists, comedians, and luminaries of the Jam Band scene, Festival world, Psychedelic community, and beyond! Join us on our long strange trip! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/nosimpleroad.
 
In 2006, Bob Crawford (The Avett Brothers) & Dr. Benjamin Sawyer (MTSU History) sat down to talk history in a Detroit coffee shop. Their discussion lasted a couple hours, but the conversation kept going. Join them as they trace the road between past and present with the help of great thinkers from the academy, the media, politics, entertainment and more.
 
What are some of the biggest left turns from prominent artists over the past sixty years? Why did they make these records? Are there some misunderstood gems to appreciate? Hosted by Andy Cush, Sam Sodomsky and Winston Cook-Wilson, this show will chronicle late era records from prominent artists, breaking down the historical context of each album, diving into individual tracks, and exploring the larger impact of each record on the artist's legacy. Presented by Osiris Media.
 
In these strange days, when you think it can’t get any weirder, it does. Musician Oteil Burbridge and comedian Mike Finoia talk with artists, comedians, activists and more to discuss where we are today, and where we go from here. Oteil and Mike aim to inspire, entertain, and show some silver linings in this cloudy time.
 
Inside the Musician’s Brain is a deep dive into everything that’s underneath the music and the artists that inspire us. Join Grammy Award winning artist and producer Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters, as he explores life as a musician, and sits down with other influential artists to discuss inspiration, creativity, and the many facets of bringing a musical vision to life.
 
The definitive overview of the Dead's celebrated live show releases. Hosted by music journalist and podcaster Steven Hyden and fellow music journalist Rob Mitchum, this series will chronicle each live release, breaking down the historical context of the show while discussing musical, political, and sports-related trends of the time. Brought to you by Osiris Media.
 
Undermine is the definitive Phish podcast. The first season will focus on Phish’s genesis in the 1980s—through deep-dives into the music, shows and songs; interviews with people who were there for the early years; and discussion about the lasting impact of these foundational years. Undermine is a combination of Under the Scales, Helping Friendly Podcast and Beyond the Pond. Presented by Osiris Media. Looking for Under The Scales? Episodes from 2020 and earlier are archived here!
 
A podcast about the Grateful Dead in the same way that Friday Night Lights is a show about football. Hosts Casey Rae and Eduardo Nunes explore a profound array of cultural intersections and how the band’s legacy ripples through our contemporary reality in fascinating and often unexpected ways. It’s never too late to get on the bus. A ChunkyGlasses Production We’re part of the Osiris podcast network. Osiris is creating a community that connects people like you with podcasts and live experienc ...
 
Trick Bag is a musical podcast experience that brings the listener deep into the sounds of R&B. Inspired by his weekly radio show on WWOZ, disc jockey and vinyl aficionado Neil Pellegrin spins obscure tracks from the mid-20th century, celebrating some of the most important artists of our time. Each episode features the stories behind the music, including rare artist interviews and archival recordings of performances and recording sessions.
 
Nashville-based rock and soul singer Maggie Rose invites the listener into her world as an independent artist in the male-dominated, often volatile, music industry. Maggie hosts candid conversations with her female musical heroes about their lives in and out of music, challenging the status quo, and changing the game for those coming up behind them.
 
The definitive retrospective of one of music’s most memorable festivals, Phish’s Big Cypress. In December of 1999, Phish drew an estimated 80,000 to the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in Florida’s Everglades, making this festival the largest Millennium Eve concert on earth. We look back on the festival 20 years later—and examine the legacy for Phish and the music world. Hosted and narrated by Jesse Jarnow, this five-episode series draws on interviews with members of Phish and its crew, fan m ...
 
Host Michael Shields brings you Beyond the Margin, guiding you deeper into the stories told at the online literary and cultural magazine, Across the Margin. Listen in as they take you on a storytelling journey, one where you are bound to meet a plethora of intriguing writers, wordsmiths, poets, artists, activists, musicians, and unhinged eccentrics illustrating the notion that there are captivating stories to be found everywhere.
 
God Ween Evan is a podcast celebrating the American rock 'n' roll band Ween, and one man's refusal to open his heart, mind, and soul to the band's music. That man is Evan Kaufman, a New York City-based actor, writer, director and all around beautiful human being. A lover of comedy and music, Evan, it reasons, should adore and appreciate Ween's absurdist wit and musical craftsmanship, but he doesn't. WHY? Fortunately, his friends and fellow artists Katie Hartman, Will Nunziata, and Paul Gutko ...
 
Welcome to Beyond The Pond! We’re two massive Phish fans who are using the music of Phish to introduce you to new and interesting music we think you’ll love! Because we love the Phish. We are Phish fans. But sometimes you gotta break out of your comfort zone and go beyond the pond. A proud member of the Osiris Podcast Network. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/beyondthepond.
 
On this podcast, Jon Barber uses his unique style of musical commentary to share in-depth analysis on a wide variety of artists. Subscribe to listen as @BarberShreds goes deep and explores the music scene, with a focus on touring artists like The Disco Biscuits. Here at TDAD, we host and feature inspiring guests as they banter with Jon and discuss music, technology, and anything that shreds. #TouchdownsAllDay Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/touchdownsallday.
 
Fear Of A Craft Beer Planet is a craft beer podcast for music fans. Using their expertise in beer and music, these three lifelong friends Jay Rose, Rob Forczek, & James “Richard” Rabic bring brewers and beers to every episode, while providing insider knowledge on the exploding craft beer industry. The podcast is a part of the Osiris Media Network which is a national network that partners with JamBase.com. The show works because Richard is a beer novice while Jay Rose and Rob have seen the cr ...
 
The Helping Friendly Podcast (HFPod) explores the music and fan experience of Phish, through interviews and deep dives on shows and tours. Since 2013, we’ve aimed to bring the fan voice into discussions about Phish, and with the help of our guests, we’re still discovering new angles of appreciation for the band. And when the band is on tour, we provide a review of every show the following day with a fan who was there. As one of our listeners said, “this show has impeccable analysis, stats, c ...
 
Some addicts chase the dragon. Others chase the danger. These two addicts chase moments, provided by the band Phish. Stand-up comedian Mike Finoia (Impractical Jokers, Amigos Podcast) and author Mike Shields (Across the Margin) have been feverishly following the Vermont quartet for over half of their lives, and their desire has yet to diminish. Now they look back at a lifetime of adventure, experience, and gratitude for this singular band that has given their fans unlimited moments to chase. ...
 
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The Republican Party of today may look a lot different than it did just a decades ago, but it rests on many of the same organizations and ideologies that formed the modern conservative movement in the 1970s. In this episode, Rick Perlstein joins us for a conversation about his newest book Reaganland: America’s Right Turn, 1976-1980 and how Ronald R…
 
In this week’s episode we join the Dead in early 1974 for the very first Wall of Sound show. Just five shows removed from the Dick’s Picks one selection, we hear the band in a loose, soundchecky vibe, as they work through the kinks of their revolutionary PA, and begin to dip their toes in the wild and exploratory sounds of 1974. One of the most lai…
 
This week on Comes a Time, the show celebrates its 50th episode with a can’t-miss conversation, as Bill Kreutzmann and John Mayer join Oteil and Mike for an action-packed discussion! The four dig deep on their musical philosophies, Billy’s recent shows in Hawaii with Carlos Santana and Billy Strings, and Mayer jokes amongst Deadheads. You’ll also h…
 
This week on No Simple Road we welcome Craig MacArthur of Casual Coalition! Born on the stage of countless nights at Terrapin Crossroads, The Casual Coalition are a branch from the "community music tree" that was planted at the Marin county venue, owned by Grateful Dead bassist, Phil Lesh. The Casual Coalition features an always rotating musical ca…
 
This week, legendary drummer John Densmore joins Rhett to talk about his life with The Doors - “we had a kamikaze maniac as a lead singer” - and the other characters he’s written about in his new book The Seekers: Meetings With Remarkable Musicians (and Other Artists). Rhett and John discuss the importance of silence, the wonders of transcendental …
 
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull joins Maggie for this first episode of Season 2. Sierra tells Maggie about her first Grand Ole Opry experience, how she discovered her sound as an artist, and what she learned by working with her longtime idols, like Alison Krauss. In her first 25 years alone, Sierra Hull hit more milestones t…
 
Welcome back to Inside The Musican’s Brain! After a few weeks off, Chris is back with a fresh new episode featuring an interview with his friend Oliver Wood (Wood Brothers). Today, Chris begins by taking us through some state-altering breathing exercises that he has been digging recently. Getting into the interview, Oliver discusses how weird the l…
 
In this all-access release of Eric Krasno Plus One: The Guest List, enjoy a free preview of Kraz’s premium-subscriber content as he sits down with writer and podcast host Bee Getz for a riveting conversation about the jam world. The Guest List is Kraz’s chance to connect more deeply with some of Plus One’s most engaged listeners, as he offers a clo…
 
Juneteenth, which celebrates the emancipation of enslaved Americans at the end of the Civil War, has gone from a local holiday in Texas to a national day of celebration for many Americans. In this episode we speak with legal scholar and Pulitzer Prize winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed about her new book On Juneteenth and the ways that the holid…
 
In episode 49, Oteil and Mike take a look back on season one of Comes a Time before the show hits the big five-O mark. Both hosts reflect on what they love about the podcast, and talk in-depth about how this experience has been valuable to each of them, especially during the pandemic. You’ll hear Mike and Oteil talk about reuniting for the first ti…
 
Try Rock and Roll - A Rare Interview with Bobby Mitchell (Part 1) In this episode, Neil the Night Howler shares an extremely rare interview with New Orleans R&B man Bobby Mitchell. Bobby's recording career started in 1953 and spanned only a decade, but in that short time, he undoubtedly left his mark. The recordings he made are beloved in New Orlea…
 
In 2004, Loretta Lynn collaborated with Jack White for Van Lear Rose, a surprise critical and commercial comeback that helped secure the country icon’s legacy in the 21st century. Putting a focus on her gifts as a songwriter and backed by the kind of rootsy, stripped-back blues-rock that the White Stripes made their name on, it is a singular and st…
 
This episode of Welcome To The Party Pal thoroughly explores the ins and outs of the 1978 American epic war drama film co-written and directed by Michael Cimino, The Deer Hunter. This enthralling, critically-acclaimed film, follows a trio of Russian-American steelworkers whose lives are changed forever after fighting in the Vietnam War. The three s…
 
We are proud to have the one and only Reverend Freakchild as our guest this week! In the tradition of such Holy Blues Reverends as Reverend Gary Davis - such is the irreverent Reverend Freakchild. The Rev. primarily performs solo acoustic these days but has also recently recorded with some amazing musicians including Melvin Seals, Mark Karan, Chris…
 
In this episode of Wheels Off with Rhett Miller, singer-songwriter Liz Phair joins Rhett from her home in LA to talk about her creative journey as a musician. The two discuss how being home during the pandemic has changed their lives, why social interaction is crucial for creative inspiration, and dig into her memoir Horror Stories. Liz explains wh…
 
Somebody once told us that we’d be talking to you today about Shamash, the Sun God and a major deity of the Pantheon of the Mesopotamian cultures. Sumerians know him as Utu, Sin knows him as his son, Ishtar knows him as a brother, and we (and the Akkadians) know him, we love, him, it’s Shamash time! He’s taking the Sun Chariot all the way, he’s lay…
 
The Harlem Globetrotters are one of those great parts of American culture that almost everyone knows and loves. For most of us today, the Globetrotters are outstanding entertainers. But did you know that in the mid-20th century the Globetrotters were probably the single best basketball team on the planet? Did you know that they did travel the globe…
 
In this week’s episode we return to the Dick’s Picks cannon for our second of three shows in the set from the hallowed month of September 1972. Just ten days prior to the Dick’s Picks Vol. 11 show from 9/27/72 in Jersey City, NJ, we hear the band play a similar setlist while highlighting a different centerpiece jam. It’s a classic example of The Gr…
 
This week Kraz has one of his most captivating Plus One conversations to date, as legendary MC Pharoahe Monch joins Eric on the show. Pharoahe Monch has had one of the most accomplished careers of any hip hop artist over the last 30 years, thanks to his meaningfully complex lyrics, masterful manipulations of rhythm, and his meticulous production pr…
 
Welcome To The Party Pal delves into Yasuke, the Japanese-American original anime series loosely based on the historical figure of the same name, an African warrior who served under Japanese daimyo Oda Nobunaga during the Sengoku period of samurai conflict in 16th century Japan. Created by LeSean Thomas and animated by Japanese animation studio MAP…
 
This week on Comes A Time, Luther Dickinson and Brandon "Taz" Niederauer join Oteil and Mike for an action-packed episode chock full of captivating conversation. Oteil, Luther and Taz discuss their connection to Col. Bruce Hampton and the impact that his teachings had on each of them, and Taz describes what it was like to play with Bootsy Collins. …
 
Greetings Dead Freaks! In this episode I chat with Buck Curran, a terrific musician known for his work as one half of Arborea as well as his more recent, excellent, solo work. His third solo album, No Love Is Sorrow, is a lovely release that came out as the pandemic took hold. Buck spoke to me from his home in Bergamo, Italy where he has weathered …
 
This episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast features an interview with the backbone of the Asheville, North Carolina based hip-hop group Free Radio, emcees Austin Haynes and Johnny Reynolds. Free Radio was formed in 2012 by Haynes and Reynolds when they released their debut album, The Powers That Be. Fueled by Hayne’s beats that dig into everyth…
 
We are extremely excited this week to have John Morgan Kimock as our guest! John is a Drummer, Composer, and Producer residing in Brooklyn NY. He grew up in Northern California performing at a young age with his father Steve Kimock (Bob Weir, Bruce Hornsby). He composed at an early age on the game Simon as well as with Peruvian throat singers and a…
 
This episode was recorded live at City Winery in Nashville with guests from season one of Salute the Songbird. Maggie welcomes Jillette Johnson, Kalie Shorr, and Nicole Atkins to the stage for live conversation and performance. Salute the Songbird is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted by Maggie Rose. Produced by Austin Marshall, Maggie Rose, Ki…
 
In this episode, Ben Schneider, guitarist and singer for the critically acclaimed indie band Lord Huron, joins Rhett from his studio in Los Angeles. Ben tells Rhett about the early days of his career and the moment he realized that he wanted to play in a band. He explains why living in Los Angeles helps him push through creative obstacles, the impa…
 
This week on Plus One, Kraz talks with songwriter, producer, and performer Citizen Cope. Citizen Cope is known for his authentic style, which blends elements of soul, rock, hip hop, and folk. In this episode Cope and Kraz dive into some of Cope’s lyrical influences, and talk about how he draws inspiration from a range of musicians that expands from…
 
Welcome To The Party Pal casts its gaze towards Bangkok, Thailand in an episode that explores The Serpent, a British crime drama serial developed by Mammoth Screen. The eight-part limited series is a co-production between BBC One and Netflix and is based on the crimes of serial killer Charles Sobhraj, who murdered young tourists between 1975 and 20…
 
On this episode of Comes A Time Oteil and Mike welcome Oteil’s bandmate from Dead & Company, keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, onto the show. Since joining RatDog in 1997 Chimenti has been the go-to pianist for projects started by former members of the Grateful Dead, and he has become a fundamental contributor in keeping the Dead’s music alive and well. I…
 
The long, strange career of Van Morrison has given the hosts of Late Era plenty to talk about, and on this very special episode, we discuss his uncommonly topical new album. Latest Record Project Volume 1 is a 28-track, two-hour dump of anti-lockdown protest songs, soulless blues vamps, and unfiltered rants that range from alt-right conspiracy theo…
 
This installment of Trick Bag presents a special showcase of New Orleans soulstress Mary Jane Hooper. After releasing only a handful of singles between 1968 and 1970, this brilliantly talented vocalist (whose real name is Sena Fletcher) faded into obscurity. Her music has since garnered a dedicated following among R&B/soul collectors and much specu…
 
This week we are excited to bring you Ervin Stellar as our guest on No Simple Road! Ervin Stellar is the public persona of Andrew Jordan, who moved from New York to Nashville following his 2018 album, The Moment. That relocation is referenced in the first line of Nothing to Prove’s title track, setting up a series of musical snapshots that encompas…
 
This episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast features an interview with Jacob M. Appel, one of the most prolific, accomplished, yet humble people in America. Appel is an author, poet, bioethicist, physician, lawyer and social critic best known for his short stories, his work as a playwright, and his writing in the fields of reproductive ethics, o…
 
In this episode, we have Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose. At the time of this interview in 1987, Rose was 25 years old and was promoting an upcoming tour of Japan. Appetite for Destruction hadn’t even cracked the top-selling 50 albums, and it would be at least another seven months before the band really took off. In the interview, Rose talks about …
 
Today we are releasing two interviews -- one with Axl Rose and one with the man who interviewed him, Steve Harris. Steve grew up in San Francisco but went to Japan as a college exchange student and loved it there. He felt like it was the place for him. After graduating in 1980, he started to work as a freelance translator in Tokyo. Through one of h…
 
In this episode, singer and multi-instrumentalist Pete Yorn joins Rhett to talk about his lifelong journey as an artist. The two discuss the harsh realities behind signing a record deal, grappling with the demons that present creative obstacles, and they reminisce over the excitement of hearing their songs mixed for the first time. Pete tells Rhett…
 
Since the OPEC oil embargo of 1973, policy makers have had to make hard choices to ensure that American citizens can access the cheap and plentiful energy to which we have become accustomed. Although the US has returned to a position of energy independence in recent years, a variety of problems, from climate change to cyberterrorism, mean the hard …
 
In this week’s episode we take a momentary pause from our march through the Dick’s Picks series to discuss one of the best (some would say the best) live performance of all time: Bob Dylan & The Hawks 05/17/1966 concerts from the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, UK, known throughout history as the “Royal Albert Hall” Concert. Catching Dylan in the mi…
 
Bonjour cher! Today we going down the bayou and we gonna find ourselves a Rougarou. This Cajun werewolf is known to haunt Catholic kids and Lent breakers in Louisiana. Go grab your colanders and 13 of anything cause the Rougarou is coming to you. Warning: Really bad cajun accents and baby shark beats coming your way. Drunk Mythology is a podcast cr…
 
“The integral experience is where people come up with mystical experiences, spiritual experiences. Not everybody gets that far, but those that do often feel a sense of oneness … or some of them feel that they’re in the presence of God or of the Spirit. And again, this can be very very powerful and in previous days, this would be looked upon as a ps…
 
What could be more perfect for our 200th episode than to have the one and only Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay as our guest?! We're incredibly honored to talk to Donna and hear about her journey with The Band Beyond Description! Donna sang with the Grateful Dead from 1972 until 1979 but her musical trip didn't end there! In 2009, Donna Jean formed a bra…
 
Writer Tony Weaver Jr. joins Rhett from his home in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss the creative projects that he’s working on, including a new graphic novel series called “Weirdo.” Tony tells Rhett about his intent to provide hope and guidance for young people through his storytelling, and how stumbling into poetry convinced him to become a writer. Th…
 
I had the pleasure of chatting with John Andrews about the upcoming John Andrews & The Yawns album, "Cookbook". We talk about growing up in New Jersey, playing in Quilt and Woods, and so much more. After the chat and a lovely sample from the album, I've got a terrific mix of Grateful Dead music for you. You can purchase physical editions of "Cookbo…
 
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