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The hounds are out the gate in the California Bay Area rock scene- and it seems, for Dogs That Bite drummer Sam Gagliardi and fiancee/singer/bassist Joey Zamjahn, that there are no signs of getting down.
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This summer Balanced Breakfast has the pleasure of spending the week at Crown Guitar Workshop and Festival in Big Fork, Montana. We witnessed first hand the positive effect the festival had on guitar players looking to get better at their craft
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Rebecca Roudman has played cello professionally in the Bay area for years. Equally at home as a renowned classical cello player or on the cutting edge of pop music, Rebecca Roudman is one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most exciting crossover cellists. As a member of both the Oakland East-Bay Symphony and the Santa...
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Lady Lazarus cloaks lyrical reflections in impressionistic musical musings. From her debut album Mantic, recorded in 2011 at her home in San Jose, Melissa Sweat has shown a penchant for a home-grown sound. That first album, mailed to Pitchfork by her brother, received glowing reviews, praising her musical musings.  Since then, Lady Lazarus has risen, putting...
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I ran into these two gentlemen first at my open Mic at the Riptide. Affable, funny, energetic, they caught my eye immediately. Once they got up to the mic, that’s when they exploded. These guys are younger in age but wiser in the brain. I’m excited to see their progression. True artists.   About Amplified &...
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Seth Lael was one of those men that I wanted to get on the broadcast for some time, but the stars had yet to align. So when he came to my open mic in the outer Sunset, I told myself that I would ask him if he would hop on. Luckily, he had the same...
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Never Have We Laughed More… What can one say about Cloudship? These two guys are supremely energetic, affable, easy-to-chuckle, and amazing musicians to boot! They joined me in preparation for their upcoming album Mayday. Releasing tomorrow February 3rd,  Mayday is bound to be as wonderful as their first release Sail To Heaven, if not more. I first ran into...
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Peter Feliciano is a force to be reckoned with… Peter joined me on a rainy rainy day in the San Francisco Bay. He is a local singer/songwriter that has an ability to create that hair raising/tingle up your spine. He is a hilarious and honest human individual and I had an amazing time getting to...
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Episode 53: Oh. My. Word. We kick off strongly, John Elliot (http://www.thehereafterishere.com ) hops on the mic with the great Avi Vinocur (http://www.hiwearegoodnighttexashowareyou.com/) as we explore more current topics including the Eric Garner case (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Eric_Garner), police power abuse, William Cosby (http://www.vulture.com/2014/09/timeline-of-the-abuse-charges-against-cosby.html). We received calls from all over the United States and had just a grand old time! This...
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Episode 52 was like spelunking the caverns of someone’s soul… On this broadcast, we dive into one of my greatest friends here in the Bay Area. Eamon is an amazing human, a world traveler, an author, poet, musician, a minister of Purpleganda, a psychonaut, and a festival guru. Follow Eamon and I as we flow...
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Today’s broadcast is a doozey! Beth Marlin has lived many lives in her time on this planet, and it was my pleasure to delve into those lives. From model, to punk goddess, to child music making machine, to solo artist, and everything in between, Beth brings such a beauty to the microphone. WANT MORE BETH? ...
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One of my favorite broadcasts to date was the introduction of my very first Comedian/Musician named Shaun Lamar. If you are familiar with MutinyRadio programming, then you’ll notice Shaun proliferated throughout the broadcast schedule. He hosts his own show called Don’t Talk Black as well as SFDope and Strange Fruit: Hangin’ with Shaun Lamar. This...
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