Episode five brings Johnny Horn back, with his father Jim Horn, to talk about Leon Russel's Skyhill Studios. We also have two new storytellers. Jonny Meyers (The Stingers ATX, Jonny Meyers Quintet, New York City Ska Orchestra) tells part 1 of his story about the driver/merch person. And wrapping it up is Joey McLane (Archaic 3) with a tour story, about a night at Krusty Palmz.
Jonny Horn: Loaded Limes
Jonny Meyers: Johnny Meyers HOME
The Stingers ATX
New York City Ska Orchestra
Joey McLane: Archaic 3 (facebook)
Archaic 3 (Live Video)
Archaic 3 (Instagram)
Archaic 3 (Bandcamp)
Storytime With Pinky: Website
In this episode, Johnny Horn returns to conclude his story about spending time with legendary reggae singer/songwriter, and teacher to The Wailers, Joe Higgs. Damon Grant tells us about a performance that wasn't planned, yet was meant to be. And, Bruce James talks about an out of state gig, early in his career, and a different kind of merch approach.
Johnny Horn: www.loadedlimes.blogspot.com
Damon Grant: https://www.damongrant.org
Bruce James: https://jamesandblack.org
Storytime With Pinky: https://themusicdoer.com/storytime-with-pinky
*Artwork by Alex Havoc*
Episode three introduces two new storytellers. Jimmy Berg (The Bad Things, The Pickpocket Review, DJ Pickpocket) tells us about a name licensing experience. Angela Tharp (Owner/Manager of Flamingo Cantina - Austin, TX) talks about an artist request, and reading into it. Returning with a three part story about reggae great, Joe Higgs, is Johnny Horn (Host of "Preaching The Blues" on KEXP Seattle and much more).
Our second episode brings back Johnny Horn with a tale about a recording session with the Muscle Shoals rhythm section, The Swampers. Barbara Kennedy, long time keyboardist for reggae artist Clinton Fearon, talks about her audition for that position. Then, Alan Moe Monsarrat tells about his discovering reggae, in 1973 Hawaii.
Alan Moe Monsarrat:
The first episode, of our music world storytelling podcast, includes three stories about a session with Phil Spector, opening for Jon Bon Jovi, and a young man's journey to Sunsplash 1983!