Singer/songwriter, interview with local musician Adam Traum

Always fun to have in studio, Adam Traum came in and gave us a private concert.  We of course shared it over the airwaves. About Adam: Adam Traum is an artist who seamlessly cross-pollinates Americana genres, blending folk, blues, bluegrass, rockabilly and country-blues music. When Adam takes the stage he brings a high-energy, well-polished show, whether he is playing as […]

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Singer/songwriter, interview with Natasha James

Natasha James in Concert

While I was out, Jason interviewed local singer/songwriter Natasha James about her music and local shows. About Natasha James: NATASHA JAMES is known for taking Roots music styles, turning them on their head, combining them, and coming out with tunes that are completely unique but totally familiar (Music Connection, Aug 2008) at the same time. To find her music and […]

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Static People, interview with front woman Dmitra Smith

After a few weeks of remote locations while the new studio was under construction, local singer/musician/punk goddess, Dmitra Smith, came in to tell us all about the Kickstarter for Static People’s newest album. About Static People: Static People posits a parallel universe where punk and pop are conjoined twins then splits them with a buzzsaw guitar.  The result is an […]

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Streetlamp Musician, Interview with singer/songwriter Natalie Gelman

Another of Cat’s favorite musicians is Natalie Gelman.  On tour at the time of the interview, she was doing a show in Northern CA and called in to talk about that, as well as her history in music. About Natalie: Singer / songwriter Natalie Gelman is quickly gaining acclaim and recognition for her music. Her passionate songs and voice have […]

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Megan Landry, interview with the singer/songwriter

Cat discovered Megan Landry, a charming young singer/songwriter in Canada via Twitter postings from YouTube.  When she heard her incredible voice, we had to get her on the show. Photo here is the cover of her newest album, Stills and is her photography. About Megan Landry: Expressing myself is the entire purpose of being an artist. Making a point, sharing […]

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The Doubleclicks, interview with music duo Angela & Aubrey Webber

The Doubleclicks

After the fake geek girl hoopla following SDCC and the success of their song, Nothing to Prove, it seemed like a great time to have the Doubleclicks duo, Angela and Aubrey Webber chat with us on the show. About the Doubleclicks: “The Doubleclicks are a pair of sisters from Portland, Oregon who write songs that are all at once snarky, […]

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Punky Pets, interview with creator Charles Unger

Punky Pets

Punky Pets are a fun little mixture of the Warped Tour, animation, and cuddly wuddlies created by Charles Unger.  We had him on the show to discuss music, Punky Pets, and the new smart phone app featuring the Pets. About Punky Pets: “These eight vastly different musicians meet up for the first time while auditioning for the hit TV show International […]

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Bella Bazarria, interview with singer Cherish Alexander

Cherish Alexander

Cherish Alexander contacted me about her new band, Bella Bazarria, and we were excited to have her on the show to talk all about it!  She is an amazing singer/songwriter in her own right, but combined with this talented group, Cherish is just stellar. About Cherish Alexander: “Early on Cherish landed a multi-album deal with major label RCA/BMG and publishing […]

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The Skivvies, interview with actor/musician Nick Cearly

Nick Cearley© Monica Simoes

We love the Skivvies!  I’ll have them on the show every chance I get.  This time, Lauren Molina was in rehearsals, but we still had Nick Cearly available to call in for an interview.  Check out their website and YouTube for all the musical fun. Here is our interview with Nick followed by a video of them performing.  Original air […]

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Unforgettable Fire, interview with director Michelle Regina

Director Michelle Regina of Unforgettable Fire, the story of a U2 tribute band, called in to talk about her documentary that was to show at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  I had the pleasure of seeing two versions of the film: director’s cut, and edited after not getting music rights.  Both versions were excellent!  I also got to see the […]

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