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One of the funniest (and nicest) guys on the planet Bill Scheft calls in to talk about:
His upcoming book and Tommy Dash
Being Tracy Morgan’s corner man
Eddie Murphy’s days in a comedy trio
Lunch with Alan Zweibel
Jerry Seinfeld’s stance on comedians vs. columnists
Tina Fey’s dependency
Ten days in France with Richard Belzer
Stories from The Late Show w/David Letterman
Songs played during this episode:
Run Silent, Run Deep – Third of Never
Romeo and Juliet – Michael & The Messengers
Nothin’ Yet – Blues Magoos
Laugh Laugh – The Beau Brummels
Tobacco Road – Blues Magoos
I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time – The Third Bardo
Let It All Hang Out – The Hombres
Out of Our Tree – Wailers
Third Of Never’s Jon Dawson welcomes David Menconi and Matt McMichaels.
Author and longtime News & Observer music critic/arts reporter David Menconi talks about his upcoming book “Step It Up and Go: The Story of North Carolina Popular Music, from Blind Boy Fuller and Doc Watson to Nina Simone and Superchunk”.
Matt McMichaels from Surrender Human talks about the origins of the band, their debut album and a new charity single recorded under quarantine.
Songs played in this episode:
18 Strings – Third of Never
Sweet Honey Hole – Blind Boy Fuller
Under The Boardwalk – The Drifters
What A Time To Be Alive – Superchunk
Candy Jones – Surrender Human
Hantuchova – Surrender Human
On The Rack – Surrender Human
Remember A Girl – Surrender Human
Shelter In Place – Surrender Human
It’s Our Life – Surrender Human
Third Of Never’s Jon Dawson talks to Stephen Masucci about the new Lost Patrol album “Redemption”. Stephen also recounts stories of working with Wouter “Wally” De Backer (Gotye) and his years as a Broadway sound engineer.
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Featuring seven tracks from the album, the show touches on the band’s history, how The Who’s keyboardist ended up playing on the album and the risk of physical malice during the sessions.