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Inside Out with Turner and Seth (wTnS) Podcast.

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    Episode 77: Paul Hoffman

    Rob and Seth sit down with Greensky Bluegrass's Paul Hoffman at Candler Park Festival in Atlanta, GA.

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    Osiris Interview Series - The Werks' Rob Chafin

    Last Summer both Seth and Rob were at Electric Forest where they had a chance to sit down with Rob Chafin from The WERKS. They spoke on many topics from the band's current state and their upcoming WERK OUT Festival. The interview is filled with some good stories and a few puns (Seth apologizes in advance). This is part of the Osiris series that wTnS occasionally releases.

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    2019 Shaky Knees Festival Review

    Seth quizzes Rob on his experience at this year's 2019 Shaky Knees Festival and all the acts he saw at the fest, particularly The Murlocs. Turner goes on to discuss their new album Manic Candid Episode and other experiences from a lovely weekend at Central Park in Atlanta, GA.

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    Episode 76: Celebrating Bruce Hampton and Vassar Clements

    Our regular listeners are aware that Col. Bruce Hampton is essentially the Godfather of this podcast. He was our first guest, and has helped us grow in immeasurable ways, some obvious....others not as much. Every year we honor him with his own episode. This year we celebrate his music, and his spirit of shining a light on other musicians. We are featuring his work with another lost musical icon, Vassar Clements. Vassar's 90th birthday was just days before this episode was released.. We have performances from three different years of Thomas "T-Dawg" Helland's Harvest Festival when Vassar sat in with Bruce's Planet Zambi and Codetalkers bands. We also have a snippet of our Larry Keel and Jason Carter interview (recorded at Diamond Street Studios in Atlanta) during which they each discuss Vassar and they offer a duet performance of Vassar's "Paddy On The Turnpike." There are other musical gems as well including portions of Bruce's 2007 visit to the WNCW Studios in Spindale, NC (with his band The Quark Alliance) and the debut of a poem Kevn Kinney wrote in Colonel's honor. Kevn unveiled it at Warren Haynes' Christmas Pre-Jam over and all-star band performing extemporaneously. We hope you enjoy and more importantly that you can feel our undying love for the inimitable Col. Bruce Hampton.

    Check out our previous Col. Bruce Tributes:

    2017 - https://insideoutwtns.simplecast.fm/09e3d50c 2018 - https://insideoutwtns.simplecast.fm/bruce1yr

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    2019 SweetWater 420 Festival Preview

    Seth and Rob salute the SweetWater 420 Festival by running snippets of previous interviews they have conducted with musicians scheduled to perform at the 2019 version of this Atlanta festival. This episode includes the words and music of Billy Strings, Mimi Naja (Fruition), Matt Butler (Everyone Orchestra), Nick McDaniels (Big Something), Mike Wilson (Voodoo Visionary), Moon Taxi, John Bell (Widespread Panic) and Tom Hamilton (JRAD, Ghost Light).

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    Episode 75: Peter Rowan [Part Two]

    This episode focuses primarily on Peter Rowan, a Grammy-award winning legendary singer/songwriter who has for over five decades spread his music across the globe. Early in Peter's career, he worked with Bill Monroe, and soon after he was with Vassar Clements, David Grisman, Jerry Garcia and John Kahn in the historic bluegrass band, Old & In The Way. He has also recorded and performed with some of the greats of acoustic music and beyond including Tony Rice, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Norman Blake, Jack Casady and countless others. While rooted in folk and bluegrass, Peter's music has also touched on reggae, gospel, classical Indian, Hawaiian, old time country, mountain music, He has penned many classic songs including "Midnight Moonlight," "Land of The Navajo," "Panama Red" and "Mississippi Moon."

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    Episode 74: Peter Rowan [Part 1]

    This episode focuses primarily on Peter Rowan, a Grammy-award winning legendary singer/songwriter who has for over five decades spread his music across the globe. Early in Peter's career, he worked with Bill Monroe, and soon after he was with Vassar Clements, David Grisman, Jerry Garcia and John Kahn in the historic bluegrass band, Old & In The Way. He has also recorded and performed with some of the greats of acoustic music and beyond including Tony Rice, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Norman Blake, Jack Casady and countless others. While rooted in folk and bluegrass, Peter's music has also touched on reggae, gospel, classical Indian, Hawaiian, old time country, mountain music, He has penned many classic songs including "Midnight Moonlight," "Land of The Navajo," "Panama Red" and "Mississippi Moon."

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    Checking In: Jamband Trump

    Just after his trip to Viet Nam, Jamband Trump came to Atlanta to sit down with Rob and Seth to offer his opinions on this show, its hosts, Phish, Umphrey’s McGee, moe. and other musical acts. A nemesis of his makes a cameo, and some surprising stories emerge. Big league thank you’s to Tim Andrews of the “Von Haessler Doctrine” Radio Program and the “Radio Labyrinth” podcast for generously sharing his talent with our show.

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    Episode 73: 3/5 of Mike Gordon in 3900 Seconds

    Rob and Seth talk about the current incarnation of Mike Gordon, and its superb Spring Tour 2019-opening show before tossing to an in depth interview. Scott Murawski, Robert Walter and John Kimock join the hosts at Atlanta's Diamond Street Studios and they quickly find themselves discussing the producing brilliance of Shawn Everett, and how it was vital to the unique feel of (beg italics) Ogogo (end italics). Live performance is discussed at length, and Scott talks about how Mike encourages the band to, "push the envelope as far as sound goes and as far as improvisation goes" and Robert relates about how exploring synthesizers and the textures they create with Mike Gordon has directly influenced his 20th Congress work and vice-versa. Scott talks about how he sometimes likes to, "play things in a way that encourages people to think 'I could do that'" after which Walter leads into a conversation about improvisational exercises and the importance of "rudeness" with regard to creating compelling music in the moment. John Kimock explains some of his thinking behind his own approach to improvisation, and to his solo work some of which is with his father, legendary guitarist Steve Kimock. Also discussed are mid-tour musical adjustments, the interactive elements of Mike Gordon (the band) tours and how much fun they are having with the plethora of unrecorded songs specific to Mike Gordon (the band). Scott responds to Rob's suggestion that Max Creek bassist John Rider was a huge influence on Mike Gordon (the person), brings forth his early memories of Mike and band mate Trey Anastasio watching Max Creek from the front row, offers his opinion on an old Phish myth, talks about how horn players influenced him, his recent writing with Mike and spin on the Joni Mitchell "Kill Mommy Syndrome." A discussion about Robert's first pedal leads first to The Police and Bob Marley and in turn about how the "embrace of the economy of parts" was a significant influence on Robert as a musician. Each of these fantastic musicians updates the listener on their own solo projects, and then Seth and Rob offer their own closing thoughts. Late in the episode there are also COMPLETE live versions of Mike Gordon and Robert Walter's 20th Congress songs.

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    Episode 72: Kris Myers and Aaron "LOUIE" Meyette

    Rob and Seth first rejoice over the announcement of the new partnership between Osiris Podcasts and JamBase, and Rob elaborates on why he believes this is the ideal relationship for this podcast and for others on the Osiris Network.

    Then the listener is again taken to backstage at The Tabernacle for two interviews conducted during the Umphrey's McGee 2019 New Years' run. Drummer Kris Myers talks about his transition from being an enthusiast of grunge music to studying jazz and cutting his teeth in the "hot seat" of playing in "pro level" big bands.

    Kris explains how "one of the weirdest people I know" Brian Abraham is a bit of an "unsung hero" in Umphrey's circles. On the eve of his 16th Anniversary with the band, Kris talks about how his predecessor Mike Mirro helped him find his musical place in Umphrey's McGee, how "Plunger" and "Believe The Lie" were among the first Umphrey's songs he helped to shape and how his playing in the band has evolved over the years.

    We also learn about the "Hide The One" jam, how he used orchestral percussion to achieve a "thick, pulsating tone" on the band's recent studio release and Myers takes us into his thinking process behind one particular drum solo he played during this run (and we get to hear it). He also details his experiences with other musicians, including Jimmy Chamberlin of Smashing Pumpkins, Zappa alum Mike Keneally and the legendary Adrian Belew.

    Then Aaron "Louie" Meyette represents the midwest well as he walks us through his unusual career path to becoming a full-time Umphrey's Mcgee employee. Louie went from working with the "Midwest Peeps," to USTORM, to doing Umphrey's merchandise to becoming the Lighting Crew Chief. His Umphstory should inspire others who aspire.

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