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Further On Down The Road
27 minutes | Feb 23, 2019
#8: The Future of Yellowstone
On this episode, I talk to people whose lives are greatly influenced by Yellowstone National Park and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem about the future of Yellowstone and why it means so much to them. Guests on this episode include athlete and activist Vasu Sojitra, author and professor Mark Fiege, climber Minoah Ainuu and of course the Governor of Montana, Steve Bullock. Theme Music: Zulu Warrior by Goodshield Aguilar and Mignon Geli goodshieldaguilar.bandcamp.com/ Follow Further On Down the Road online at: Soundcloud: furtherondowntheroad Twitter: twitter.com/OnFurther Facebook: www.facebook.com/FurtherOnDownTheRoad
19 minutes | Jan 4, 2019
#7 Fake Awake & Stand Up Comedy
On this episode of Further On Down the Road, I have a conversion with the band Fake Awake, where we discuss their experiences touring as an independent band. As well as my first couple efforts at stand up comedy. Theme Music: Zulu Warrior by Goodshield Aguilar and Mignon Geli goodshieldaguilar.bandcamp.com/ Follow Further On Down the Road online at: Soundcloud: furtherondowntheroad Twitter: twitter.com/OnFurther Facebook: www.facebook.com/FurtherOnDownTheRoad
25 minutes | May 13, 2018
#6: Monte Melnick (Ramones Tour Manager)
On this episode of Further On Down the Road, I have a conversion with Ramone's tour manager, Monte A. Melnick. Where we discuss how he involved with the group, the early days on the road with the band, turbulence between band members and the lasting legacy of the Ramones.
25 minutes | Apr 8, 2018
#5: Author Justin Hawking
On this episode of Further On Down the Road, I have an conversation with author Justin Hocking. Where we discuss moving from the openness of Colorado to pursue his writing passion in the compact New York City, surfing at Rockaway Beach and navigating your way through the chaos that is part of life.
34 minutes | Mar 31, 2018
#4: G. Love Discusses Traveling With the Blues
In the episode, I have a conversation with one of my favorite musicians, G. Love. Where we discuss discovering the blues at a young age, what inspired him to move from Philadelphia to Boston to begin his career, how traveling influences his songwriting, lessons learned from the road and more!
27 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
#3: Hokey Pokey Redefines Vanlife
Think that living in a van is for lazy hippies? Think again! Hokey Pokey is pioneering what he calls the vanlife digihippie lifestyle. Here, we discuss what influenced him to continue his professional life on the road, breaking conventional hippie stereotypes, the lessons he has learned and conquering some of the greatest challenges he has been faced with on his travels.
24 minutes | Feb 25, 2018
#2: Mo Troper and the Assumptions & Seacats
Portland, Oregon-based Mo Troper and the Assumptions and Seattle-based Seacats stopped by Bozeman, Montana and shared stories of the trials, tribulations and comedic stories of touring as a independent artists. Follow Further On Down the Road online at: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/furtherondowntheroad Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnFurther Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FurtherOnDownTheRoad/ Blogger: furtherondowntheroadpodcast.blogspot.com
44 minutes | Feb 25, 2018
#1: Richie Ramone & Owen Campbell
For the debut episode of Further On the Road, former Ramones drummer, Richie Ramone, talks about his experiences as touring as one of the Ramones, his break from music, and what brought him back out into the road. As well as Owen Campbell, who talks about traveling to world and busking on the street during his 20's and now settling into a steady job and fatherhood.
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