Episode six! Nate meditates on how lucky he is to have a platform to talk music with the people he admires (2:27) before taking a moment to honor his Dad’s birthday (3:22). Then, Nate is joined by Pearl Charles (9:28) for a talk about her early music beginnings, being encouraged to study songwriting, coming into her own as a solo artist, inspiration vs. imitation, and her latest release, Magic Mirror… all before sitting down to enter The Jawntlet (37:52). Pearl Charles InstagramPearl Charles Bandcamp Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker | RadioPublicRead More of This Jawn..
Back with another episode of the podcast, Nate starts off by bidding four of the One Hit Wonders farewell by giving a tally of the scores from the first ten guests and explaining briefly why he decided to replace them (2:42). Then, Nate is joined by his guest, CLOVER (5:25). They discuss her bond with music from an early age, to moving to Brooklyn to pursue her dreams, to realizing those dreams weren’t being met there, and embarking on a countrywide busking trip that has led her to California… for now. Then, CLOVER partakes in the Jawntlet (58:29), featuring five […]Read More of This Jawn..
Here we go! Nate’s Weekend Jams, volume one! The playlist that Anchor was like, “Nah, this can’t be a podcast, bro.” Whatever, Anchor! You can’t stop the flavor! This is a playlist of songs to take you into the weekend, curated by me. Just some jawns I was feelin’ in the moment. And since they were curated by me, you can bet your sweet bippy that these tracks are going to spawn all genres (er… JAWNruhs). Do enjoy! And be sure to check back every other Friday for another volume of The Weekend Jams!Read More of This Jawn..
Join Nate as he revisits the first ten guests of the show by selecting some of his favorite answers to the Top Ten Countdown. Feat. Randy Major, Paul Keen, Chiemena Ukazim, Kevin Mooney, Bill Schmids, Scott Miller, D.X. Ferris, Ben Arnold, Dan Reed and John Faye. But first, Nate reviews the 5.7.21 G. Love/Chuck Treece show at the Ardmore Music Hall. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker | RadioPublicRead More of This Jawn..
Episode Three! Nate kicks off the episode remembering the late Jim Steinman (2:36) before sitting down with musician John Faye (the Caulfields, IKE) (4:40) for a lengthy conversation about John’s childhood, his first gig, his creative output, singing the National Anthem at an Eagles game, his upcoming memoir and what is next on the horizon for The Caulfields. All before entering the Jawntlet (1:17:42). John Faye’s websiteJohn Faye on FacebookJohn Faye on Instagram Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker | RadioPublicRead More of This Jawn..
Back at it again! Join Nate as his checks in with the audience (3:15) before remembering the late DMX (4:40). Then, Nate sits down with 88.5 WXPN’s Dan Reed (7:43) to talk about his childhood growing up in Ohio, The Monkees, his life in radio, joining WXPN and the effect the pandemic has had on the station, before entering The Jawntlet (42:45). Dan Reed TwitterDan Reed Instagram88.5 WXPNDan & Dan Music Podcast Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker | RadioPublicRead More of This Jawn..
The Podcast Returns! We’re back for the first episode of Season Two! Nate kicks things off welcoming everyone back by describing some changes to the show (2:39) before sitting down to talk to musician Ben Arnold (4:32). The two discuss Ben’s life in music, his many collaborations, his writing approach, and the new music he has been working on, all before taking on The Jawntlet (44:00). Ben will be playing a live stream with Cliff Hillis for The Kennett Flash on Saturday April 17th @ 8pm. Visit https://www.kennettflash.org/events/cliff-hillis-and-ben-arnold-live-streaming-event/ for details! Ben Arnold websiteBen Arnold on FacebookBen Arnold on TwitterBen Arnold […]Read More of This Jawn..
Episode Seven! The penultimate episode. Join Nate as he sits down for a chat with author and journalist D.X. Ferris (33 1/3: Reign in Blood, The Story of Donnie Iris & the Cruisers). D.X. shares how a strong sense of focus and knowing what he wanted to do in life has brought him the successes he has found as a writer. But first, Nate makes a case for the Monkees to be entered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and performs a cover of the Mike Nesmith classic, “Nine Times Blue.” Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast […]Read More of This Jawn..
Episode Six! This episode, Nate is joined by one of his closest friends, drummer Scott Miller (Stonejackballers, Tribe of Names), for a walk down memory lane, tracing Scott’s journey from jamming in his parents’ basement with Nate to drumming for a prog rock supergroup. But first, Nate thanks those who helped them on their way in their early years of performing together. Follow Tribe of Names: YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on any and all podcast provider you can find: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker […]Read More of This Jawn..
Here we go again! Episode Five. This week, Nate is joined by Bill Schmids (Clay Pigeons, Bob & Bill) For a conversation about music and the challenges of playing out during the pandemic. Also, Nate takes some time to remember Eddie Van Halen. remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe to the podcast on all of your favorite podcast providers. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Overcast | SpotifyPocketCasts | Breaker | RadioPublic And, as always, as an added bonus, here is the full video supplement of Nate’s interview with Bill on YouTube!Read More of This Jawn..