This week Berl interviews Gretchen Cochran, president of the Downtown Neighborhood Association, and we also hear State Representative Mike Callton’s bill sponsorship pertaining to medical marijuana dispensaries in Michigan. Later, we listen to a discussion with Mary Elaine Kiener and Brian Jeffries concerning a controversial pole barn in the Walnut Neighborhood.
This week Janis Ian, two time Grammy award winner, calls in from Nashville to talk about her experiences and musical career. We hear a few of her a few clips from her audio book “Society’s Child” and also listen to some of her music including “In the Winter“, “Jesse“, “At Seventeen“, and “Bright Lights and Promises“.
Little Hurricane chats to us about how they met, playing festivals vs. indoor venues, and food. Definitely food.
Vancouver-based band Said the Whale highlights their GIGANTIC music video endeavor for their latest album. Have you seen any?
Mutemath gave us some time before their sold out show at The Loft in Lansing, MI. What font are you?
Tokyo Police Club talk to us about playing festivals vs. club shows, improvisation on stage, and what/who the hell is “Molly”?
A series of definitely the most related questions ever. For sure…
Matthew Caws, frontman of Nada Surf kindly took a seat with us to chat about the concept behind The Stars are Indifferent to Astronomy, staying relevant in an ever-changing music industry, and a funny story from tour.