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Back Down Home - Beyond the Liner Notes

Back Down Home - Beyond the Liner Notes

By Tony Kamel
A podcast that accompanies Tony Kamel's debut solo record "Back Down Home" out now via The Next Waltz. It features interviews with the cast and crew about the production of the record, the tunes and writing process, analog recording, and all kinds of other things. As well as other artists and characters who dive into some of the deeper facets of the album's subject matter —the Gulf Coast especially, but also things like going back to day jobs, overcoming sudden changes, loss, and more. Simply a fun way of saying thank you to the people and places that inspired the record.
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002 - Joel & Angela Mora, and Gabe Wooten Continue the Story of the Old Quarter - Back Down Home, Beyond the Liner Notes
This episode continues to tell the story of The Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe in Galveston via its new owners Joel and Angela Mora, and local songwriter Gabe Wooten. Joel and Angela bought the venue in January 2017 with the intention of continuing its legacy. We get into how they came to own it, how they run it with an artist first model, keeping it the way it is, and its importance to the community. Parts of my conversation with Wrecks from the previous day are in this episode as well. Gabe Wooten is walked in while we were talking and added some nice color to the conversation. We had this chat backstage at The Old Quarter before my show and, as is seems to go around there, the conversation turns into some weird places like hurricanes and ghost stories. All of my socials are at @tonykamelmusic Extra content on Patreon! Record out NOW on all outlets - LISTEN HERE tonykamelmusic.com
29:48
October 11, 2021
001 - Wrecks Bell & The Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe - Back Down Home, Beyond the Liner Notes
In the first episode here I sat down with Wrecks Bell, longtime friend and bass player for Townes Van Zandt and resident of Galveston, TX. Wrecks started The Old Quarter in Houston in the mid 60's then re- opened it in Galveston in the Mid 90's. He's got some fantastic stories about the venue, ZZ Top, heroin deals gone bad, and of course Townes Van Zandt. He's a great guy and has been really good to me over the years. In my search for stories about interesting people down on the Gulf Coast, it was obvious for me to start with him. INSTAGRAM TWITTER FACEBOOK YOUTUBE PATREON
38:06
September 27, 2021
Trailer - Back Down Home, Beyond the Liner Notes
A podcast that accompanies Tony Kamel's debut solo record "Back Down Home" out now via The Next Waltz featuring interviews with the cast and crew about the production of the record, the tunes and writing process, analog recording, and all kinds of other things. As well as other artists and characters who dive into some of the deeper facets of the album's subject matter —the Gulf Coast especially, but also going back to day jobs, overcoming sudden changes, loss, and more. Tony calls it "a thank you to the people and places that inspired the record." FACEBOOK  INSTAGRAM  TWITTER PATREON YOUTUBE
01:39
September 22, 2021