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Garage Talk with Jason Allen
12 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
#048 Jason and Ashley with Pam Tillis on KRRM
This is not one of my traditional episodes but I though it was worth sharing. Our friend and country legend Pam Tillis joined us on KRRM. Pam is one of the best people you will ever meet.
110 minutes | Jan 2, 2021
#047 Ashley Main
Ashley and I will host the new morning show 94-7 KRRM Your Brand of Country. We talked about how this all came about and why decided to take a leap of faith. We also rolled a live video at the same time and answer questions along the way. This was a lot of fun!
106 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
#046 Gretchen (Owens) Hood
Gretchen is a Special Education Teacher at Grants Pass High School. She also put out a country music album, played college basketball, is a coach, and much more. We talked about A LOT! From the effects Covid has had on her students to pooping your pants and everything in between. This episode is probably not for the kids. You’ve been warned! Enjoy!
13 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
#045 Where Have I Been?
Stepped into the garage for a few minutes to give a quick update on life.
110 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
#044 Joe Tate
Many of my friends have been affected by the fires in Oregon this year. If you listened to Episode 009 you know that Joe is from Mill City, Oregon. I wanted to have him back over so we could talk about what happened in his hometown and in the Santiam Canyon he once called home. We discussed forest policy, a legendary environmentalist, the fall of once great timber towns, and much more.
93 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
#043 Michael Campbell
Michael and I got together to talk about the Almeda Fire. He is on the Phoenix School Board and his wife is a teacher at the high school where she was preparing for school to start when the fire broke out. We discussed the devastation, emergency response, emergency preparedness, where do we go from here, and much more.
112 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
#042 Nathan & Jan Olson
Find out how this amazing couple ended up leading the Josephine County chapter of Sleep In Heavenly Peace. It all started with a video they saw of Mike Rowe while sipping coffee on their porch in Williams, OR. The goal is NO KID SLEEPS ON THE FLOOR IN OUR TOWN. This episode covers so much more! It’s worth a listen.
116 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
#041 Ashley Main
Where do we start? Ashley was a guest in the garage about 8 months ago. Much has changed for her since then. Covid-19 changed how we do our radio show together on Q100.3, how she does her job, and she also took on a part time job at a gym. She has completely changed how she lives her life with fitness becoming a lifestyle. We took a deep dive into all of the above over a bottle of Snoop Dogg wine. Warning…there is some profanity!
102 minutes | Aug 23, 2020
#040 Jaqi Uribe
Jaqi is one of my favorite people and she’s also one of the nicest people you will ever meet. She was a mechanic in the Army. We talked about her tour in Bosnia in the early 2000’s, music, tattoos, art, kindness, and more. Enjoy!
85 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
#039 Noah Strohmeyer
Deputy Strohmeyer with the Jackson County Sheriffs Office is back in the garage. We discussed the new homeless camp area in Medford, his job tackling the homeless situation on the Bear Creek Greenway, the current climate with police officers, canning, gardening, life, and more!
80 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
#038 Clyde Severson Jr. (C.J.)
Clyde is a 2013 graduate of Hidden Valley High School. He was 16 years old when his life changed forever. Find out how an accident paralyzed him and what he’s done to be able to walk again. His story is inspiring!
58 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
#037 Ericka and Mattaniah Corban
They recently sold their dream home in Washington state. Why? So they could buy an R.V. and travel across the country with their five children. It’s not the vacation you’d expect. Ericka was on season 12 of The Voice and has also written two children’s books. Mattaniah is also a musician who worked in real estate. Find out where their adventure has already taken them and why they decided to do it.
87 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
#036 Jessie G
Jessie is a country music recording artist who signed with Gretchen Wilson's Redneck Records. She grew up in Brookings, OR. Jessie’s heritage spans across four generations of commercial fishermen, and she spent much of her childhood aboard the hand-built family boat; searching for Dungeness crab and albacore tuna, and then selling their catch at the market and in their family restaurant. We recorded this podcast at their family restaurant The Catalyst. We covered a lot of topics!
125 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
#035 DJ Gemineye
He's the morning show host and Program Director for 107.5 KISS-FM in Medford, OR. He's also the official D.J. for the Oregon Ducks (Football, Basketball, and Track) and an all around great guy! Meet my friend Gemineye.
77 minutes | May 31, 2020
#034 Grants Pass Active Club with J.J. DeForest, Gerrin Beck, and Jason Wilkins
I wanted to talk to these guys about what it was like to have the biggest event of the year in Grants Pass not happen due to Covid-19 and what that means for the community. We also talked about the current state of our country, what it's like for J.J. right now being a teacher, riots, a little politics, and more.
104 minutes | May 8, 2020
#033 Kim Nichols
This is one of my favorite podcasts yet. I reached out to my sister who is a hair stylist and has been out of work because of the Corona virus. She also started nursing school recently. We talked about her current situation that includes all of that plus juggling 5 kids in a blended family, what it was like to lose her boyfriend in a car accident, and much more.
64 minutes | Apr 29, 2020
#032 Daleen Thomas
Daleen was one of the first (if not the first) females to coach boys basketball in Oregon. She also played college basketball at Umpqua Community College while pregnant. She's an awesome mom, grandma, and one of my favorite people! Take a listen as we discuss many different topics.
85 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
#031 Troy Kelly-Carolena Campbell-Jake Musser
I wanted to see how some of our teachers and administrators around the Rogue Valley are doing. I talked with Mr. Kelly (3rd grade Mae Richardson Central Point), Mrs. Campbell (Health Occupations Phoenix H.S.), and Mr. Musser (Principal Allen Dale Elementary Grants Pass). They all have a unique perspective of the current situation with the Corona virus.
67 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
#030 Stacy Pederson
Stacy Pederson is an innovator. After failing in every conceivable way (her words) Stacy chose to reinvent herself. She is now a sought-after Keynote Motivational Speaker who gives audiences fun—yet practical actions on how to overcome stress, handle change, be more resilient, and live a life that matters. She has also knocked on deaths door and lived to talk about it.
39 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
#029 Brad Converse
Brad has helped organize over 100 experts that are currently working on a dozen different solutions for hospital supply chains, ranging from PPE to ventilator manifolds, sanitation to safe grocery store practices. This is a grass roots effort that includes many experts and manufacturers in Southern Oregon and far beyond. It's called Covid Skunkworks! The goal is to create technical documentation that can be easily understood and implemented around the entire world in garages and manufacturing facilities that would not typically be used for this type of equipment.
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