Robbie Fulks Talks to Former Guitar Student Tina Fey for The New Yorker

June 20th, 2016 by bsradmin

“I took Robbie’s class on a whim,” Fey said. “I’m not musical. I was onstage at The Second City, and I thought it would be helpful if I could play the ukulele or the guitar in one of the sketches, the one called ‘Grandma’s Records.’"

Robbie Fulks sat down with his old friend and guitar student Tina Fey for a piece in this...Read more

Al Scorch Tells The Bluegrass Situation About His Favorite On-The-Road Snacks, Music, Diners, Bars, & More

May 26th, 2016 by bsradmin

"Stay away from any "tacqueria" with reclaimed wood counters, Ball jar light fixtures, and single word names." —Al Scorch on finding good tacos on the road

The Bluegrass Situation asked Sir Scorch for all of his on-the-road favorites across America, from snacks to truck stops, and car games to driving music (Joni Mitchell AND Wu-Tang Clan). It could be...Read more

Bob Odenkirk Interviews Robbie Fulks, and It's Uncomfortable and Absurd

March 9th, 2016 by bsradmin

Yes, this is real. Bob Odenkirk(!) interviewed Robbie Fulks about his new album Upland Stories. It's just as strange and outlandish and you would expect from these two. Watch it on Funny Or Die, or below.

Upland Stories is out April 1st. Pre-order on CD, vinyl LP, or digital.

 

 

Listen to Mike Watt's Podcast Featuring Nate Cook of The Yawpers for a Wildly Entertaining Conversation

February 3rd, 2016 by bsradmin

Here's your rush hour podcast listening. The low-end legend himself Mike Watt interviewed The Yawpers frontman Nate Cook, and it is WILDLY entertaining. Together they cover all sorts of territory (including how Green Day Dookie was punk rock training wheels and why poetry can influence music more than music) and provide a brilliant primer on the history of The Yawpers....Read more

Murder By Death Talks to Noisey/VICE about Performing in Haunted Hotels, Caves, and Pioneer Saloons

January 13th, 2016 by bsradmin

Noisey / VICE caught up with Murder By Death ahead of their three-night stint this weekend at the Stanley Hotel (yes, The Shining hotel) to figure out how they come up with all these cool ideas, like playing in an underground cave in Kentucky and ringing in the New Year with fans in a saloon near Joshua Tree.

It's a splendid interview. MBD's inventive way...Read more

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