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The What Podcast
52 minutes | 4 days ago
Festival First Timers: Almost Monday
This week on The What Podcast, now on the Consequence Podcast Network, Brad and Barry visit with Cole, Dawson and Luke of Almost Monday, who talk about how surfing brought the band together, the music scene in San Diego and how Eddie Vedder is influencing young musicians there in a huge way.
49 minutes | 11 days ago
Sergio Vega of Deftones Joins The What Podcast
This week, Brad and Barry are joined by Sergio Vega, bassist of Deftones and Quicksand. They discuss Vega's beginnings in the post-hardcore band Quicksand and joining Deftones in the wake of Chi Cheng's tragic passing. Vega also dives deep into his own songwriting in addition to offering some insight into Deftones' own recording process. To close the interview, Vega shares his thoughts on returning to the road with Deftones in a post-pandemic world, which includes an appearance at Bonnaroo.
30 minutes | 18 days ago
The What Podcast Joins Consequence Podcast Network
If you believe there are Consequences for our actions, this should be good news. Brad and Barry are super excited to announce that The What Podcast is now part of the Consequence universe of podcasts. Plus, we debut our brand new theme song, which comes courtesy of *repeat repeat.
59 minutes | 2 months ago
For Bonnaroovians like Brad and Barry, lineup day is like every holiday rolled into one. It officially dropped today and we got an early look. Actually, we all did, but more on that later. Find out what our can’t miss shows are, as well as what we think are this year’s sleeper acts. Plus, we discuss some of the new upgrades to The Farm, including Jamtrack. Music: Mdou Moctar – “Chismiten”
27 minutes | 2 months ago
It’s been a busy week, so after months of informed speculation and educated guesses, Barry and Brad discuss some actual news regarding Bonnaroo and “The Farm”, and share some “news” about another key player in the festival world. Song: Welcome Home by My Morning Jacket
79 minutes | 2 months ago
Booking Agents Over the years we’ve interviewed artists, venue owners, management, and more…but never the people who actually put artists on the road and on the stage. Today, Brad and Barry talk with Ali Hedrick and and John Bongiorno of Arrival Artists break down how booking works in a normal year and during a pandemic. This is a fascinating peek behind the curtain into what goes into the booking process, and we find out what we were wrong about in the past. Also, Brad teases a little bit of news coming that’s going to make big waves in the festival world. Find out what that could mean for Bonnaroo in September and hear what John and Ali have to say about the likelihood of us returning to The Farm this year. Tracks: Rhye – Black RainKhruangbin – Friday morning
42 minutes | 3 months ago
It’s Time to Talk About Bonnaroo 2021
New year, new season! Brad and Barry return to discuss Bonnaroo 2021: the feasibility and logistics of the festival returning in September. Brad drops some hints about which headliners he thinks will not be on the lineup, and who he thinks will be. Also, we announce the new merch shop! Head over to shop.thewhatpodcast.com and check out our shirts, koozie, and stickers for sale if you missed out on last year’s Patreon rewards. Speaking of Patreon, we have all new tiers with all new merch this year to announce soon. Stay tuned for more from Season 4 of The What Podcast! Photo Credit: David Bruce/iambonnaroo
67 minutes | 5 months ago
This week, we get to catch up and find out what Brad, Barry, and Lord Taco have been up to for the past few months. Briston Maroney, one of our 2020 Bonnaroulette picks drops in for a chat. Find out why his parents didn’t want him to go to Bonnaroo at first. Also, Lord Taco introduces the Roo Gaming Crew! Visit https://thewhat.co/roogamingcrew if you’d like to donate or watch. Songs by Briston Maroney include:Freaking Out on the InterstateI’ve Been WaitingChattanoogaSmall Talk
65 minutes | 7 months ago
Hoop ‘N Hollerin’ – A Recap of Bonnaroo News
Which Virtual ROO-ALITY shows lit you up last month? We talk about our favorites and recap some of the recent Bonnaroo news, including the passing of Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman and the festival’s date change to September 2021.
59 minutes | 8 months ago
Virtual ROO-ALITY Weekend with Jeff Cuellar of AC Entertainment
We kick off Virtual ROO-ALITY weekend with Jeff Cuellar, VP of Strategic Partnerships at AC Entertainment. Jeff talks in length about the shift Bonnaroo had to make to a virtual festival, and what challenges they face as they prepare for 2021. Also: we press Jeff about two beloved icons that could return to The Farm next year.
75 minutes | 8 months ago
Hamms Crossover with RooHamm and Roo Bus!
Introducing the ultimate in Bonnaroo podcast collaborations! We team up with Parker and Jake from RooHamm and Daniel and Sharla from the Roo Bus for an epic conversation about Bonnaroo, music, and of course Hamms beer with a live tasting. Will Lord Taco give up PBR for Hamms? Listen and find out!
66 minutes | 8 months ago
Bonnaroo Fantasy Draft
Brad, Barry, and Russ draft their Top 5 Bonnaroo artists in the first ever What Podcast Fantasy Draft. And we’d like you to pick the best one! Vote in our poll over at @thewhat_podcast on Twitter. Plus, we talk to Patreon Phil! Intro Music: “Feel You” By My Morning Jacket
67 minutes | 9 months ago
I Am Bonnaroo – The Work of David Bruce
Today we meet the man behind the iconic film project I Am Bonnaroo. David Bruce is a true Bonnaroovian and a talented photographer, who has been capturing the people of Bonnaroo for ten years. You’ve no doubt seen his work, now hear how it all started with a road trip 1,000 miles to Manchester in the car with a complete stranger. Plus, we discuss what music we’re listening to during quarantine and who we think would make good additions to the lineup for 2021. Intro Music: “Found God in a Tomato” By Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
64 minutes | 9 months ago
In a very special episode of The What Podcast, Brad and Barry sit down with rock-and-roll and blues legend Mitch Ryder. Not only has Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels played Itchycoo, he was the last person to perform with Otis Redding. Intro Music: “Devil with a Blue Dress On” By Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels
61 minutes | 9 months ago
Leaked: A New Song by *repeat repeat
In a first for The What Podcast, we actually leak a brand new song from our friends *repeat repeat. Jared Corder joins Brad, Barry, and Lord Taco to talk about the world premiere of “Wind in My Sail”. Intro Music: “Apocalyptic” by *repeat repeat
74 minutes | 10 months ago
Bonnaroo 2021 or 2022?
Patreon Bill joins Brad and Barry to share his tales of driving 17 hours to Manchester and then waiting in line another 11 to get in. And, he still fell in love with Bonnaroo. Plus, we share some scary news about the future. Intro Music: “The Right Time” by Ural Thomas & The Pain
65 minutes | a year ago
The End of Season 3
Listeners of The What Podcast should not be surprised Bonnaroo 2020 was cancelled. We Brad, Barry and Lord Taco put the wraps on this season and reflect on the news and predictions we brought you. Were we correct? What does the future hold for Bonnaroo and live music in general? Season 3 may be over but The What Podcast is still going strong. We hope to bring you some more interviews and breaking news just as we always have. But for now, it’s time to pay our respects to 2020, the Bonnaroo that never was. Intro Music: “Short and Sweet” by Brittany Howard
34 minutes | a year ago
Speakeasy-Roo with Roo Bus and Special Guests
In a special impromptu crossover episode of The What Podcast and Story Time at the Roo Bus, we bring you details on a special Speakeasy-style Bonnaroo live from Winchester, TN. There’s just one problem…Brad and Barry aren’t here. Instead, we are joined by some very special guests: Daniel from The Roo Bus, Lindsey and Celia from Roo Fitness, Kyle the Bonnaroovian, and David from the I Am Bonnaroo film project. We talk about some of our all-time favorite Bonnaroo moments and what we would have looked forward to seeing this year, had we been on The Farm. Also included are some voicemails left by you guys on our What Podcast Virtual Mailbox. We hope this brings you a little bit of Bonnaroo in June when we would otherwise be hanging out together. Special thanks to Lindsey from Roo Fitness and Daniel from Roo Bus for putting together this small, but enjoyable weekend! Also thanks to Lee Gibson, Seeds?, and DJ Snow for the live entertainment. Intro Music: “Money” by Pink Floyd (covered by The Flaming Lips with Henry Rollins)
84 minutes | a year ago
Virtual Camp Nutbutter Part 3
In our final installment of Virtual Camp Nutbutter, Brad, Barry, and Russ are joined by some of our long-time campmates: Hillary, Nicky T, Bryan Stone, Dinson, and Chrissy! We reminisce about Bonnaroos past and imagine what this past weekend would have been like, had we all been together for this year’s festival.
33 minutes | a year ago
In a first for The What Podcast, Barry talks to an artist not on the Bonnaroo lineup. EmiSunshine is a young up-and-coming star in the country music scene, although her musical style isn’t contained by the genre and her songwriting ranges across all subjects. Her newest work is called “Stars”, in collaboration with Bootsy Collins (yes THAT Bootsy Collins) and other legendary artists. We hope you enjoy this little detour from Bonnaroo and check out this fun interview with Brad and Barry. EmiSunshine is set to perform this Friday at Songbirds South in Chattanooga.
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