Apr 29, 2017
Singer/songwriter, actor, improv comic and the man behind the soulful stare of Nashville’s Deacon Claybourne, Charles Esten, joins me to open up about his love for Bruce Springsteen and ‘Born to Run’.
We talk about how the album awakened him as a musician in his teens, the country music strain in Bruce’s...
Apr 28, 2017
To celebrate 200 episodes of the podcast, I’ve talked to some of my favourite non-Australia guests on the podcast over the past three and a half years, to find out what Australian artists and tunes they love. We also tackle the question: Are any Aussie rock legends actually from Australia?
This episode features:
Apr 20, 2017
Grammy winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves talks her love iconic iconoclast John Prine and his self-titled debut album. Kacey talks about performing with Prine, playing him the song she wrote about him, how his approach to lyric writing inspired her own songs, why she put her Grammy in a Prine exhibit in the...
Apr 15, 2017
This episode was originally broadcast September 3, 2015
The modern ambassador of cow-punk, singer-songwriter Lydia Loveless, joins me to chat about The Replacements 1987 album “Pleased to Meet Me”, diversifying sounds, the ‘Mid-West sound’ and her love of pure pop music.
My Favorite Album is a podcast unpacking...
Apr 12, 2017
This episode originally aired July 1, 2015
Standup comic and legendary bass master Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Icehouse) joins host Jeremy Dylan to chat about the iconic rock concept album about alienation and adolescence - The Who’s 1973 rock opera “Qaudrophenia”.
How did Quadrophenia...