In this episode, I talk about encounters with other dog owners, a naive belief I once held about my computer, and we hear a fantastic composition for 10 string guitar by Thomas Katerkamp.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
In this episode, I discuss how one band broke my heart, and another put it back together. The show ends with 2 pieces by Kristian Heim. Epi...