Behind The Scene Episode 57 - Anthony Ruptak (Singer-Songwriter)

So, I’m very grateful to have this outlet as well because it is a true sense of like I’m doing something important. Music is still selfish, it’s a selfish endeavor at the end of the day. I do it for my mental health and because I love performing and I love writing. It feels great to have something to actually tangibly help people with as well.
— Anthony Ruptak

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Anthony Ruptak (Singer-Songwriter)

Official Site: www.anthonyruptak.bandcamp.com

The song for this episode is called "Follow The Leader" and was recorded live in the BTS studio!  You can also find the song on Anthony Ruptak's latest album "Don't Let It Kill You"

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Photo By: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 56 - Shilo Gold (Singer-Songwriter)

I’ve always said that my Dad, what he does through music is he celebrates people and he celebrates love and he brings people together and he brings people peace and calm and that’s really my goal as an artist as well.
— Shilo Gold

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Shilo Gold (Singer-Songwriter)

Official Site: www.shilogold.com

EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK! The song for this episode is called 'Not Enough' and is the new single from Shilo's forthcoming album! Look for the single to be release officially on 01/18/18

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 55 - Kramies Windt (Singer-Songwriter)

My whole goal with my music is to make something that allows other people to connect with their personal emotions. That’s it. That’s the whole goal. That doesn’t lead to fame. That leads to creating more and constantly trying and constantly putting yourself out there and constantly expanding and growing and creating. It’s a never ending cycle.
— Kramies Windt

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Kramies Windt (Singer-Songwriter)

Official Site: Kramies.bandcamp.com

The song for this episode is called 'I Wish I Missed You', a single now available through on bandcamp - Kramies.bandcamp.com

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Behind The Scene Episode 54 - Slim Cessna (Slim Cessna's Auto Club, DBUK)

One of the things we do with our shows is we, the band literally loses, we lose ourselves and we get lost, at least I do, I get lost in this show like where I’m not thinking about anything, like there’s no worries, there’s no inhibition, there’s no wall, everything disappears, and so the best audiences are when that also happens with the audience.
— Slim Cessna

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Slim Cessna

Official Sitewww.scacunincorporated.com

The song for this episode is called 'Commandment 2' off of their latest album 'The Commandments According To SCAC'

Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 53 - Maria Kohler (Kitty Crimes)

You have to prove it to yourself. There is no other choice. You have to do it well. If you create a scenario that’s challenging and you rise to the occasion to meet it, it’s very cathartic...That’s how you get better
— Maria Kohler

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Maria Kohler (Kitty Crimes)

Official Sitewww.kittycrimes.com

The song for this episode is called 'Power' and will be on the upcoming Kitty Crimes album!

Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 52 - Dave Wakeling (English Beat, General Public)

I suppose as the world gets narrower and the world gets more complicated, being on stage and singing those songs is one of the few places where I am close to being in charge at everything...including myself.
— Dave Wakeling

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Dave Wakeling (English Beat, General Public)

Official Site: www.englishbeat.net

The song for this episode is called 'Mirror in the Bathroom' and can be found on hit record "I Just Can't Stop It'"

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Behind The Scene Episode 51 - Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd and the Monsters)

George Thorogood had a great sentence that he told once that he had to ‘scratch and claw his way to the middle’.  That’s exactly what it’s sort of like.  Like, you know maintaining is the new rock stardom in a way.
— Todd Park Mohr

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd and the Monsters)

Official Site: www.bigheadtodd.com

The song for this episode is called 'Glow' and can be found on Big Head Todd's latest album titled "New World Arisin'"

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 50 - Victor Wooten

And so what happens is musicians grow up not freely expressing themselves. But out of fear, we play out of fear of messing up. And sadly, most musicians never leave that room…that fear.
— VIctor Wooten

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Victor Wooten

Official Site: www.victorwooten.com

The song for this episode is called 'Liz & Opie' and can be found on Victor's album 'Trypnotyx'.

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Photo By: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 49 - Chella Negro (Chella and the Charm)

It was like the first time I could say what I wanted to say. It was really terrifying at first, and sometimes it still is where you just have that ultimate freedom. How are you gonna use that? Are you going to say something really profound, or are you gonna talk about inner tubes and Budweiser? You can do anything you want. It’s daunting but freeing at the same time.
— Chella Negro

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Chella Negro (Chella and the Charm)

Official Site: www.chellaandthecharm.bandcamp.com

The song for this episode is called Mad Max and can be found on Chella's EP titled Denver Delay.

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 48 - Joel Van Horne (Covenhoven)

All I can say is that when I started to think about this I got really excited and I also got like this feeling...this feeling of like ‘this is just so right’. It felt great that I was paying tribute to my grandfather and that place, and sort of carrying on the story of Covenhoven in this other way, and you know, maybe one day my grandkids or my great grandkids are gonna know this story and be able to like add to it or something.
— Joel Van Horne

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Joel Van Horne (Covenhoven)

Official Site: www.covenhoven.com

The song for this episode is called The Wild and Free and can be found on Covenhoven's album of the same name.

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 47 - Rob Drabkin (Singer-Songwriter)

I think it is just a inherent joy in music. I think that’s it. It’s not easy to find a really just truly dark, depressing song with no hope laid in there whatsoever. There is just some inherent hope and joy in music. I feel like the majority of songs have a hopeful message somewhere…
— Rob Drabkin

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Rob Drabkin (Singer-Songwriter)

Official Site: www.robdrabkin.com

The song for this episode is called Beautiful Day and was recorded live in the BTS studio!

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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Behind The Scene Episode 46 - Stefon Alexander (P.O.S, Doomtree, Marijuana Deathsquads, Gayngs)

But then at that point I basically just, stopped. I just stopped. I lost touch with all my friends, lost touch with everybody. I just kind of sat and did dialysis. … I went on that first tour when I was 14 and I didn’t stop playing several shows a month all the way to several shows a week to making what I thought was, you know, the best album that I had made at the time, and then just like stopping. And not doing anything for like 3 years.
— P.O.S

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Stefon Alexander (P.O.S, Doomtree, Marijuana Deathsquads, Gayngs)

Official Site: doomtree.net/pos/

The song for this episode is called Thieves/Kings from P.O.S's latest album Chill, Dummy.

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Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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This episode brought to you by Breckenridge Brewery

Behind The Scene Episode 45 - Tom Hagerman (DeVotchKa)

Young, unsuccessful bands are funny because I feel like they are like a time-lapsed photography of like a flower that sort of blossoms and dies really quickly. Everything that happens in a real band happens in those bands in like 3 months.
— Tom Hagerman

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Tom Hagerman (DeVotchKa)

Official Site: www.devotchka.net , www.tomhagerman.com

The song for this episode is called Lullaby from Tom's solo album Idle Creatures.

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Behind The Scene Episode 44 - Wes Watkins (Other Black)

not 6 months after I got those gold records I lost everything and found myself busking on the streets of Denver Colorado again. You want perspective? You want fame not to change you? Make sure you stay attached to what made you.
That’s it. That’s all it takes.
— Wes Watkins

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Wes Watkins

Official Site: www.facebook.com/theOtherBlack

The song for this episode is an unreleased track called "Bear Witness" feat. Kalyn Heffernan.

Listen above and as always, subscribe direct on iTunes and Google

Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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This episode brought to you by Breckenridge Brewery

Behind The Scene Episode 43 - Ian Cooke (Singer-Songwriter)

I got to a really dark place, and I, you know, wasn’t happy. And I kinda figured out slowly that I made a mistake breaking up with my boyfriend and nine months later asked him if he would get back together with me and that is kind of what this album turned into....these are love songs for this person
— Ian Cooke

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Ian Cooke 

Official Site: www.iancookemusic.com

The song for this episode is called "Beam of Light" and can be found on their new album "The Flight I Flew" - www.iancookemusic.com

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Behind The Scene Episode 42 - Kate Perdoni (Spirettes, Eros and the Eschaton)

So much of our lives had been traveling and touring and playing music together that to do it side by side but then to like, not be a couple at the same time was just so incredibly like raw and new for me...yeah, it was really hard for me...
— Kate Perdoni

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Kate Perdoni (Katey Sleeveless, Eros and the Eschaton)

Official Site: www.bar-none.com/eros-and-the-eschaton and sleeveless.bandcamp.com

The song for this episode is called "You Know I Do" and can be found on Eros and the Eschaton's debut album "Home Address for Civil War" - www.bar-none.com/store/eros-and-t…ss-for-civil-war

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Behind The Scene Episode 41 - Kyle Williams and Nathan Rogers (Motion Trap)

For potential people coming out, if you have a good product, and you have a drive, and you have desire to be in here, the water is warm man. People are more than welcome to let you in..
— Nathan Rogers

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Kyle Williams and Nathan Rogers (Motion Trap)

Official Site: motiontrap.com

The song for this episode is called "Molecule" and can be found on their latest album "Heavenly Bodies" - motiontrap.bandcamp.com

 

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Behind The Scene Episode 40 - Joe Sampson (Singer-Songwriter)

He has this thing called the Holy Trinity. ‘The sun in his face, a beer in his hand, and a song in his heart’. That was his thing. That was his holy trinity right there.

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Joe Sampson (Singer-Songwriter)

Official Site: joesampson1.bandcamp.com

The song for this episode is called "Save Me" and was recorded live during the taping of this podcast.  Joe's recorded catalog can be found and purchased here - joesampson1.bandcamp.com

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photo by: Shon Cobbs

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This episode brought to you by Breckenridge Brewery

Behind The Scene Episode 39 - Anna Morsett and Jake Miller (The Still Tide)

I think as a band, and anything in music you just realize that it’s just these like brief little snapshots where you get to play with these great people at one moment…you just have to capture it when it’s happening.
— Anna Morsett

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Anna Morsett and Jake Miller (The Still Tide)

Official Site: thestilltide.com

The song for this episode is “Signal Fade” off of their latest album “Run Out”

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Behind The Scene Episode 38 - Buzz Osborne and Steve McDonald (The Melvins, Redd Kross)

I’ve always figured it wasn’t going to work. You know, it’s not gonna work. So you just live your life like you are going to be out of business in 6 months. That’s the best way to do it. I don’t know how else to do it.
— Buzz Osborne

On this episode of Behind The Scene:

Guest: Buzz Osborne and Steve McDonald (The Melvins, Redd Kross)

Official Site: themelvins.net

The song for this episode is “Euthanasia” off of their latest album “A Walk with Love and Death”

Listen above and as always, subscribe direct on iTunes and Google

Photo by: Shon Cobbs

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This episode brought to you by Breckenridge Brewery