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..
We’re back again with Episode Four of the Yo! That’s My Jawn Podcast! This week, Nate sits down to have a conversation with Kevin Mooney (Chine, Imprint, Drop Anchor, Three Beards and a Bush) to discuss how an early exposure to the Cure led him to the bass guitar and life in music. Also, Nate reviews the latest release from IDLES, Model Village.Read More of This Jawn..
Welcome back to another episode of the Yo! That’s My Jawn Podcast! Join Nate and his guest this week, Chiemena Ukazim (Movies With Heroes, Dismal, Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties) as they take a stroll through Chem’s musical history, from playing along with tapes and CDs in his bedroom to touring Europe and sharing the stage with Further Seems Forever, all the way to a return to the instrument that started it all, the saxophone, as a member of the new project from Dan Campbell of the Wonder Years. Follow Chiemena on all the cool social media sites: Twitter […]Read More of This Jawn..
We’re back with another great episode of the Y!TMJ Podcast! Join us every other week as Nate interviews creatives and the like about the things that they are passionate about to find out… What’s Their Jawns?! This week, Nate sits down with Pawnshop Roses and Dead Flowers front man, Paul Keen. They talk about coming up in the Philly music scene, making it to the Good Morning America stage, recording at Sun Studios, and much much more! Then, as an added bonus, Paul plays two songs; “Sunshine,” the newest release from the Pawnshop Roses, and “Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With That” […]Read More of This Jawn..
It’s here! The latest feature of the Y!TMJ Brand Experience, The Podcast! Join us every other week as Nate interviews creatives and the like about the things that they are passionate about to find out… What’s Their Jawns! This week, in the premiere episode, Nate sits down with Randy Major, front man of the incredibly popular cover band, Lost in Paris. They talk about Randy’s music background, performing during the pandemic, and how they met in college and created the greatest band to ever exist on the planet of Earth, The World Infamous Impact Players. Subscribe to the podcast on […]Read More of This Jawn..
My Dad loved Harry Nilsson. More specifically, my Dad loved the album Nilsson Schmilsson. It was one of his favorite albums, a trait that has been passed down from father to son as it is easily in my Top 5 Favorite Albums of All Time. I have had a recurring internal argument with myself over whether it is Harry’s beautifully tenored voice or his brilliantly abstract songwriting that has driven my obsession with him all of these years, but that argument is just foolish drivel. I love Harry Nilsson because my Dad loved Harry Nilsson. One of his favorite songs […]Read More of This Jawn..
COVID-19 sounds like the name of a local hardcore band. Like, I feel like if I were to say to you, “Yo, you remember Daryl from Broke Finger Nightly? Well, him and the drummer from Our Undying Threat started this new band COVID-19 and they’re playing down at the Legion this Saturday,” it would sound more logical as a statement than the reality of the Global Pandemic that we find ourselves sheltering from as I type these words out. We are living in some strange times.Read More of This Jawn..
Keepin’ ’em coming, here’s another mix from a Thursday Night DJ set at Tex Mex Connection back in October of 2015. This one has some of my favorite blends in it. If anything, almost the entire first half of this is me just entertaining myself.Read More of This Jawn..