23: Henry Phillips
I thought I’d start a thing where I write about guests coming over to talk. Henry Phillips is coming up next, so I thought I’d talk some about him. Mike Phirman told us we should interview him, so I emailed him. He said he could come by and then we began the dance. There is a certain dance that always seems to accompany the booking process—especially a booking process as nebulous...
22: Michael Gladis
Michael Gladis stopped by the BuckLair for a laugh and a chat. I met Michael with my friend Vern Moen on a trip back from a place near Yosemite. Vern had just bought a car and we stopped for some cheese and beer at a place that sold cheese and beer. I didn’t have much money at the time, so I remember the cheese and beer not being an easy buy. I remember trying to figure out how to justify...
21: Brody Stevens
The wonderful Brody Stevens dropped by the BuckLair for a fantastic chat. Brody is a good man. He is a funny man. I hope you enjoy. Josh was not able to join. This saddened us both. He was tending to the needs of his child. As usual, your mother will, possibly, maybe, seriously, thank you. You can send Brody an internet high five @allthingsbrody. You can send the show an internet high...
20: Sean Watkins
Sean Watkins. The Sean Watkins of guitar and goodtime songstuffs, stopped by the BuckLair for a chat about the wonderful world of picking and grinning. Though he didn’t actually pick anything whilst in studio, he did grin. We grinned too. Sean talked a bit about country and a bit about rock and roll. He was a wonderful dude and you really ought give this podscat a listen. As usual, your...