Bob Weir + Randy Jackson + Atonal Phish
Welcome back, thanks for tuning in. Lots of great new podcast episodes today from Osiris — hope you enjoy!
Bob Weir on Politics of Truth. This week Bob welcomes back Bob Costa of the Washington Post, and the two of them speak with the legendary Bob Weir. They talk about a lot of stuff, including not being on the road, his love for California, and the political relevance today of some old Grateful Dead tunes. Subscribe to Politics of Truth.
Randy Jackson on Eric Krasno Plus One. There’s a lot to love about this latest episode where Eric sits down to talk to Randy Jackson, the bassist, producer, and TV personality. He’s played with everyone from Aretha Franklin to Bruce Springsteen and many others—and he talks to Eric about his journey, in more ways than one. We also hear a special story about the naming of Eric’s new baby. Subscribe to Eric Krasno Plus One.
Atonal Phish with The Ravine. Host Brian Brinkman is back with another episode. This late-night, stumble upon a radio station style show is really cool and I look forward to new episodes every month. This edition has a clip from a jam as far back as 1987 and as recent as 2018. Subscribe to The Ravine.
Jim & Nell Band on No Simple Road. The crew speaks with Jim of the Jim & Nell Band, which is a band that plays bluegrass and beyond. Jim has his roots deep in the Grateful Dead Family playing with the likes of David Grisman in The David Grisman Bluegrass Experience. Jim takes on on a conversational journey through his illustrious career, meeting the love of his life and making beautiful music together, and how Jim and Nell give back to the communities that have given so much to them. Subscribe to No Simple Road.
ICYMI: Tom & RJ Interview. As we mentioned last week, Tom and I were interviewed for “The Smartest People in the Room,” which you can check out now on the link above. In that interview, we talk about our new partnership with Premier Music Group, which is very exciting.
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