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60 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
Ep. 387 - Toadies
Episode 287 of Concert Pipeline featuring Toadies. We had a chance to talk to bassist Doni Blair about growing up making music with his brother Zach Blair of Rise Against, playing “Rubberneck” start to finish, the importance of bringing the “Feeler” album to light, having a day dedicated to the band in Fort Worth, TX, and plans for their upcoming album.
66 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
Ep. 386 - Hayley and the Crushers
Episode 386 featuring Hayley and the Crushers. I had the chance to talk to Hayley Cain about her new home with bass player Dr. Cain, selling their comic book shop, making videos with her sister to Weezer's Blue album, the road to Hayley and the Crushers, and their new album "Modern Adult Kicks," out September 13.
86 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
Ep. 385 - Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness/Dashboard Confessional Review
Episode 385 of Concert Pipeline featuring a review with guest co-hosts Joe and Jacqi Wilson of Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and Dashboard Confessional's performance at The Masonic in San Francisco on September 4.
72 minutes | Sep 5, 2022
Ep. 384 - Conor Maynard, Dave Matthews Band Performance
Episode 384 of Concert Pipeline featuring Conor Maynard and performance from Dave Matthews Band at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena. We had a chance to chat with Conor Maynard about growing up with musical influences, the impact of winning MTV’s Brand New Award, the level of attention put into writing and recording sing-offs, covering “Dance with Somebody” in an unexpected way, pranking Tom Holland, and whether he will write another book. Then we cover Dave Matthews Band’s show at Stateline, playing a few songs from the show.
50 minutes | Aug 29, 2022
Ep. 383 - The Dales
Episode 383 of Concert Pipeline featuring The Dales. We had the chance to talk to Drew Lawrence and Jacqueline Tozzi about the different genres that each member of their band bring to the band, Drew writing “Jar of Hearts” with Christina Perri, supporting Marc Broussard on tour, Jacqueline’s other creative ventures, and their new album, “Multi-trick Pony,” out September 23.
73 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
Ep. 382 - Johnny A.
Episode 382 of Concert Pipeline featuring Johnny A. I had the chance to tall to Johnny A. about finding music as a kid despite not having musicians in the family, his project “From A. To Beatles,” when Steve Vai called and offered a record deal, his time with the Yardbirds, being the last artist to sit in with Les Paul before he passed, and playing shows in the Bay Area.
59 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
Ep. 381 - Lillian Axe
Episode 381 of Concert Pipeline podcast featuring Lillian Axe is live! We had a chance to chat with Steve Blaze about his former band “Oz” with Michael Darby and how that transitioned to Lillian Axe, making music with different lead singers over the year, the impact of being inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame with his band as well as solo, his love of Zack Wylde and how his brother was Black Label Society’s drummer, his love of ghost hunting, and Lillian Axe’s new album, “From Womb to Tomb” out August 19.
56 minutes | Aug 12, 2022
Ep. 380 - Michael McArthur
Concert Pipeline's 380th episode featuring Michael McArthur, in which we chat about playing music with his close friend Josh Davis for over 12 years, launching a bistro with his brother at age 21 and how that launched his relationship with his wife Elaine, supporting Shakey Graves, trying to write something every day and whether he may release a book of poetry, and his new album "Milky Stars," out September 16. Michael also performed a couple of songs from the new album!
72 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
Ep. 379 - She Wants Revenge
Concert Pipeline's 379th episode featuring She Wants Revenge, in which we chat with Justin Warfield about the band breakups in 2012 and 2020, Warfield's solo album, an afro-punk Bowie tribute, his friendship with Ernie Reyes Jr., being an extra on Saved By The Bell, SWR's current tour, and what led to the band's reuniting to tour and make new music.
52 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
Ep. 378 - Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards
Concert Pipeline’s three hundred seventy eighth episode featuring Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards, in which we chat with Silvano Ancellotti about performing with Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys, signing to Angel Air Records, making a lockdown cover of “500 Miles” by the Proclaimers, having a band beer, challenges of releasing an album just before the pandemic, and their new album “The Story So Far,” out August 7.
80 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
Ep. 377 - Steve's Nostalgia Episode (Everclear, Smash Mouth, Motion City Soundtrack)
Episode 377 of Concert Pipeline is Steve’s Nostalgia Episode, featuring Everclear, Smash Mouth, and Motion City Soundtrack. First, we chat with Art Alexakis of Everclear about his band from the 80’s, Shakin’ Brave, the times he pulled Steve on stage at the Warfield in San Francisco, revisiting Everclear classics and unique covers on “Return to Santa Monica,” touring with Fastball, and finding old masters of “World of Noise” for 30 Years of Everclear. Then we cover Smash Mouth’s performance at Stanislaus County Fair featuring their new lead singer, Zach Goode, who was on episode 371 of Concert Pipeline recently. Lastly, we cover Motion City Soundtrack’s 17th anniversary Commit This To Memory tour from their stop at Ace of Spades in Sacramento.
57 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
Ep. 376 - Kevin Whelan (Aeon Station/The Wrens)
Concert Pipeline's 376th episode featuring Aeon Station, in which we chat with Kevin Whelan about his storied career with The Wrens, including turning down an offer from Drive Thru Records as well as a $1 million contract, having to sell their own tickets at the beginning of their career, emmulating The Beatles, the impact of the Blues Brothers, the support of his wife including backing vocals, injuring himself at SXSW, and how his new album with Aeon Station, "Observatory," came to life.
65 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
Ep. 375 - Heavy Gus
Concert Pipeline's 375th episode featuring Heavy Gus, in which we chat with Dorota Szuta, Stealth Ulvang (The Lumineers), and Ryan Dobrowski (Blind Pilot) about their connection through The Lumineers, their songs about longing, playing shows with Magic Giant in which Dorota was asked for her mommy's milk, embroidering a stoned ice cream cone, and recording their new album "Notions" in Nashville, which will be released on August 5.
65 minutes | Jul 11, 2022
Ep. 374 - Franky Perez
Concert Pipeline's 374th episode featuring Franky Perez, in which we discuss his cross country motorcycle trip playing music during the pandemic, an amazing moment playing in Slash's band, his incredible experience making music for Sons of Anarchy and playing live with Katey Sagal, becoming the frontman of Apocalyptica through a Skype call where the other bandmates were shirtless, and his new album "Crossing the Great Divide." Franky also performed several songs for the program!
54 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
Ep. 373 - Priest
Concert Pipeline's 373rd episode featuring Priest, in which we talk to Mercury about playing a show opening for Metallica, making music with his father, the progression from former band Ghost to Priest, having a song in the new Mel Gibson film “Hot Seat,” and their forthcoming album "Body Machine," due out July 15.
76 minutes | Jun 27, 2022
Ep. 372 - Jack Starr's Burning Starr
Concert Pipeline's 372nd episode featuring Jack Starr's Burning Starr, in which we talk to Jack Starr about receiving positive sentiments from Metallica, differences between fronting a metal and a blues band, recording with Alexx Panza, and his upcoming album "Souls of the Innocent," out July 15.
74 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
Ep. 371 - Smash Mouth
Concert Pipeline's 371st episode featuring Smash Mouth, in which we chat with Zach Goode, the band's new lead singer, about performing in Grease and RENT, the progress from his old bands Ghoulspoon to Devided by Zero, his Weezer cover band “Geezer,” the audition process for Smash Mouth, playing his biggest show ever in Mexico, and covering "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
44 minutes | Jun 13, 2022
Ep. 370 - BottleRock: Performances
Concert Pipeline's 370th episode, the fifth of five episodes from BottleRock in Napa covering interviews and performances from artists at the festival, features performances by Metallica, Twenty One Pilots, The Black Crowes, Fantastic Negrito, The Happy Fits, Foy Vance, Jordy and Peter Collins.
66 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
Ep. 369 - BottleRock: Greensky Bluegrass / Taipei Houston (4/5)
Concert Pipeline's 369th episode, the fourth of five episodes from BottleRock in Napa covering interviews and performances from artists at the festival, features Greensky Bluegrass and Taipei Houston. First, we chat with Paul Hoffman of Greensky Bluegrass about seeing Metallica play "Ride the Lightning" after a lightning storm at Mile High in Denver, dark bluegrass songs, and the new approach to their new album "Stress Dreams." Then we sit down with Myles and Layne Ulrich about playing festival shows without an album released, the influence of Dave Grohl and incredible loss of Taylor Hawkins, and their upcoming album "Once Bit, Never Bored."
41 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Ep. 368 - BottleRock: Wild Rivers / Hendrick’s Gin (3/5)
Concert Pipeline's 368th episode, the third of five episodes from BottleRock in Napa covering interviews and performances from artists at the festival, features Wild Rivers and Hendrick's Gin. First, we chat with Devan Glover, Khalid Yassein, and Andrew Oliver from Wild Rivers about creating their own dating website to match up their fans, legitimizing their career for their parents by "Thinking Bout Love" going gold in Canada, partnering with Reverb to make their tour climate positive, and their new album "Sidelines." We then talk to Mattias Horseman, Hendrick's Gin Ambassador, about their 3-story bar, the culture that ties them to BottleRock, and their cucumber & rose petal essence that makes their gin unique.
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