In this episode, I do a full deep dive into the 12 Villa Lobos etudes, discussing them at length possibly for the last time. I also reveal something I experienced for the first time recently, and the show finishes off with 2 great pieces by Mike Woods.
Friday, October 28, 2022
In this episode I discuss a recent concert I attended, and we reach back into the vault to hear 4 great pieces by Scott Niebauer. Afterwords, I'm joined by 2 special guests to give our lists of what we consider to be the top 13 horror movies of all time.
Thursday, September 15, 2022
In this episode I give my take on the concept of borrowing versus plagiarism, and wonder why so many musicians hate music. I also say like, like, a valley girl from the early 90s. The show closes with 3 pieces by Mike Woods.
Links to Mike Woods:
Friday, August 12, 2022
Saturday, June 18, 2022
In this episode, I consider life without iced tea, talk about guitar transcriptions for percussion, and ask if a certain set of etudes is slightly overrated. The show ends with a work from Kristian Heim's upcoming album.
Sunday, May 29, 2022
In this episode I talk about some interesting finds at a local music shop, and we hear fantastic music from Rob Ainsley.
I highly encourage checking out Rob's website (below). It's a very cool and unique blend of two passions.
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Topics include the introduction Gimli the Corgi, something I learned about harp strings, and an original joke by me.
The show caps off with 3 new compositions from Kristian Heim.
Nothing like guitar on the back porch and a dog on the grass. Meet Gimli.
Episode 46 In this episode, I do a full deep dive into the 12 Villa Lobos etudes, discussing them at length possibly for the last time. I a...
Episode 27 In this episode I discuss 2 musical forms that I struggle to compose in, and then talk about Sliders (not the Duane Allman kin...
Episode 36 In this episode I discuss a new technique for overcoming recording difficulties, why staff paper makes me angry, and come to te...
Episode 31 In this episode I'm pleased to be joined by guitarist and luthier, Kristian Heim to discuss all things classical guitar bui...