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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.
 
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.
 
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 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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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It's time for Part 2 in a spotlight on Dan Penn, the great R&B songwriter who wrote hits for Aretha Franklin, James & Bobby Purify, Percy Sledge, Joe Simon, James Carr, Conway Twitty and many others. In this episode, we'll hear the biggest hits from the Dan Penn songbook and some great behind-the-scenes stories from the man himself. The depth of so…
 
Phish tour is back, and so is the Helping Friendly Podcast! HF Pod On Tour will feature live video Quick Hits at 1pm the day after every show—on Osiris Media's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels. We'll also have podcast episodes every Tuesday with a rundown of the tour thus far. Featuring great conversation, fans who were at the show…
 
Phish tour is back, and so is the Helping Friendly Podcast! HF Pod On Tour will feature live video Quick Hits at 1pm the day after every show—on Osiris Media's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels. We'll also have podcast episodes every Tuesday with a rundown of the tour thus far. Featuring great conversation, fans who were at the show…
 
Always late for the bus, that’s us. But hey, we made it to the season’s lucky 13th episode! The Dead sure were lucky to snag Brent Mydland after Keith peaced out of the band then this realm of existence. Casey, Eduardo, and Kevin all agree that Brent’s gifts are many, but we’re not so sure we wouldn’t return his two (!!!) compositions on Go to Heav…
 
Greetings, Dead Freaks! On this episode, I am joined by Dave Harrington. Dave has a lot of musical irons in the fire but his band, Darkside, has returned from hiatus with a new album entitled, Spiral. We talk about putting the duo back together, improvisation, Dave's numerous other projects and, of course, Grateful Dead. After the chat, there is a …
 
Author Sarah Hepola joins Rhett from her home in Dallas, Texas to talk about her writing career, which began unofficially when she wrote a Shawshank Redemption-inspired story in 7th grade and sold a copy to a fellow classmate. Sarah tells Rhett about the importance of freeing her mind in order to be creative, and what she does to achieve the medita…
 
This week No Simple Road is extremely excited to have Funk You as our guest! Friends, fun, and love comprise the ethos of Funk You, a nine-piece musical juggernaut from Augusta, Georgia. Motivated by a love of liver performance and armed with a captivating sonic presence, the band places a healthy helping of soul atop a funky backbeat that continue…
 
This week on Plus One, Kraz talks with one of the hardest working musicians alive, world-renowned bassist Will Lee. In this conversation Will and Kraz talk about Will’s seasoned background as a session musician, their mutual connection to Yusef Lateef, and the 36 different albums that Will worked on during quarantine, which ranged from fusion, to b…
 
Welcome back to The Drop! In this week’s episode, Brian & Dave chat about two huge new record releases from The War On Drugs and Bob Dylan, before diving into a larger conversation around how their perspectives towards music have changed since the pandemic. In addition, they recommend two new albums while exploring some of their favorite records fr…
 
In this week’s episode, our Season 3 Finale, we wrap things up in December 1992 in Oakland, CA, with a show from the larger returning run following Jerry’s health crisis during the summer/fall. Featuring a unique setlist filled with songs of every era, the lone Vince solo show of the series, and perhaps the most bizarre song pairing in Dick’s Picks…
 
Bob and Ben speak with Jon Waterlow about his book It’s Only a Joke Comrade! Humor, Trust and Everyday Life Under Stalin and the role humor plays in helping humans make sense of the world in even the darkest times. Jon also shares his take on humor’s role in politics under Stalin and today, the process he went through to uncover these jokes, and ho…
 
Hello Freak Flag Faithful! We couldn’t be more excited to bring you a second season of Freak Flag Flying with music legend David Crosby and his longtime friend and best-selling author, Steve Silberman. Their conversations took place at Hyde Street Studios, formerly Wally Heider Studios, where David’s classic album If I Could Only Remember My Name w…
 
This week on Comes a Time, Oteil and Mike catch up! You’ll hear your two favorite podcast hosts discuss a myriad of subjects ranging from working hard at their respective art forms in their salad days, to differences between performing in large venues versus small ones, to weirdness on the New York subway, and much more. The two converse as if ther…
 
This episode of Welcome To The Party Pal celebrates the life and career of one of Hollywood’s most prolific and consistent directors, Richard Donner. Donner began his career as a television director, helming episodes of series like The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Fugitive, and The Twilight Zone. He made his film debut with the low-budget aviation dram…
 
This week we are super honored and excited to bring you the one and only Benny 'Burle' Galloway! When Yonder Mountain String Band arrived in Colorado from Illinois, trying to make its name in the bluegrass world, they needed a friend who knew the ropes. Benny Galloway was their man. Galloway had been a part of the Colorado acoustic-music scene sinc…
 
In this episode of Wheels Off, illustrator and author Nidhi Chanani joins Rhett from her home in San Francisco to talk about the creative projects that she’s currently working on, and her career as an artist. You’ll hear Nidhi talk about the inspiration behind her new graphic novel Jukebox, why freelance work suits her artistic style and allows her…
 
In this episode of Salute the Songbird, Maggie sits down with journalist and broadcaster Kelly McCartney. Kelly tells Maggie about growing up in rural Louisiana and why she finally committed herself to journalism after years of moving around inside the music industry. She discusses her unique approach to interviewing, the activism that’s an importa…
 
Millions of people from across the globe visit Los Angeles every year, but only a lucky few have gotten a tour of the city from tour guides/stand up comics, Rivers Langley, Anna Valenzuela & Carter Glascock. In this episode, Ben speaks with Rivers, Carter and Anna about their favorite stories from Los Angeles’ history, what it’s like to work as a t…
 
Welcome back to The Drop! In this week’s episode, Brian & Dave chat about great music to listen to during a baseball game, discuss Brian’s son’s first rock show & deep-dive Goose! In addition, Brian sits down with Osiris Media’s Managing Director of Production, Matt Dwyer to chat about his experience at Peach Fest plus get a behind the scenes look …
 
In this episode host Michael Shields interviews Ben Proudfoot, the Oscar nominated creative force behind Breakwater Studios. Dedicated to the art of the short documentary, the studio’s work has been recognized by the Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, The Emmys, The Webbys, James Beard Foundation, and Telluride Film Festival among other…
 
An Evening With Dan Penn (Part 1) This episode is Part 1 of a spotlight on one of the all-time great R&B songwriters - Dan Penn. Dan has written hundreds of songs that have been recorded by an array of artists, including Percy Sledge, Aretha Franklin, Conway Twitty, Joe Simon, the Box Tops, Brenda Lee, James Carr, Otis Redding, Irma Thomas, Tony Jo…
 
In the gripping Late Era season finale, the core trio is joined by music critic Mark Richardson (@MarkRichardson) to discuss the polarizing, blockbuster work of Eric Clapton in the 1990s. It was a time when his MTV Unplugged set launched him to new commercial heights, and his mysterious electronic project T.D.F. propelled him into strange creative …
 
This week, musicians Chris Turpin and Stephanie Jean of the Delta-blues inspired duo Ida Mae join Rhett to talk about their upcoming album, Click Click Domino. Phoning in from the English countryside, you’ll hear them talk about touring in America, the duality behind their songwriting process, and why Chris thinks that their latest album contains s…
 
In today's episode, you get a double dose of killer interviews! First, Chris sits down with Craig Ferguson (Owner/Promoter for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival) to take you behind the scenes of how the legendary festival is planned and executed. The second interview is with Panda's longtime friend and collaborator Chris Eldridge. The two discuss le…
 
We are extremely stoked this week to have Chris Pandolfi of The Infamous Stringdusters as our guest! We get right down to business with Chris discussing some of the deeper aspects of being a musician and also a human being, like not letting your mistakes become part of your identity, how practice and repetition open the door to 'the zone', ways to …
 
In this episode of Plus One, mind-blowing pianist Marco Benevento joins Kraz to talk about recording and writing music over the last year, and the wide array of musical projects that he’s been a part of throughout his career. You’ll hear Marco tell the cheerful story of how he reconnected with Joe Russo after attending Berklee College of Music, and…
 
Welcome back to The Drop! In the first Relaunch episode, Brian & Dave chat through what they’ve been up to these last few months, what concerts they’ve seen/are seeing since reopening started, and reveal their favorite ten albums of 2021 thus far. In addition, they share some of their favorite Osiris Podcasts from the last few weeks, recommend some…
 
In this week’s episode we hop back to 1969 to hear two shows from the spring that showcase The Grateful Dead in significant transition. We hear two Midwestern shows: April 26, 1969 from Chicago, IL and April 27, 1969 from Minneapolis, MN. Hearing the band shift between the summer of love English Folk of their late-60’s output to Pigpen bar blues to…
 
Three generations ago, large American corporations offered their employees the stability of life-long employment and the promise of a pension-funded retirement. In the 21st Century, that model has given way to the "gig economy" in which people work multiple jobs. In this episode, Bob and Ben speak with Cornell University’s Louis Hyman about the for…
 
We are excited to bring you Lauren Murphy of The Psychedelics and Deb Grabein of The Sound Field this week on No Simple Road! Lauren Murphy shares more than a little with The Sound Field, not the least of which are the musicians David Salvia and Mark Karan. The latter, who co-produced Psychedelics with Murphy herself at Dauphin Street Sound in Mobi…
 
This week, Oteil and Mike welcome government secrets extraordinaire John Greenewald onto the show. John has been unearthing some of the most puzzling UFO and government-related mysteries all his life, and in this conversation he fills the guys in on the intricacies behind these seemingly unsolvable enigmas. You’ll hear the three talk about the rece…
 
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