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110 – Frost*: Jem Godfrey

110 – Frost*: Jem Godfrey

August 17, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Jem Godfrey is an Ivor Novello Award winning, BAFTA nominated musician and composer. He wrote and/or produced numerous top 10 hits with various pop acts during the 2000s and also scored four number 1 records across the world, spending a combined total of 8 weeks at the top of the UK charts alone. Most recently […]

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109 – Modern Day Philosopher: Danny Lobell

109 – Modern Day Philosopher: Danny Lobell

August 3, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Danny Lobell is a standup comedian, and host of Modern Day Philosophers podcast. He was the host and founder of the influential Comical Radio show, the first comedy podcast started in 2004 which interviewed hundreds of comedians. In 2012, Danny closed the doors on the program and moved to L.A to grow as a comedian. We […]

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108 – Disco Donnie Lemmon

108 – Disco Donnie Lemmon

July 4, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

 “Disco” Donnie Lemmon, a veteran of the NW music scene, and founding member of “the Hardcount” “Guns of Nevada” and “Jack the Hotrod”. He is also in “Creedence Rising”, a tribute band to Creedence Clearwater Revival, and has branched out into a solo project called “LEMMON”.  MLR Producer Dan Sauter grew up in Kent WA […]

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107 – Falling Again: Dauzat St. Marie

107 – Falling Again: Dauzat St. Marie

June 15, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

MLR talks to Singer/songwriter duo Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie, aka Dauzat St. Marie who have just released their debut EP “Falling Again”  We talk to the pair about growing up in Louisiana, forming their band Hydrovibe, the move to Los Angeles, and about the trials and tribulations of working musicians in this digital age. […]

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106 – Mother Earth: Tracy Nelson

106 – Mother Earth: Tracy Nelson

May 3, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

Tracy Nelson is a singer who has a voice as deep as any mountain, and a soul as wide as any river. Most well known for her role in folk rock band Mother Earth from San Francisco, she harvests a rich history in rock, blues, and country, and is one of our treasured American assets. […]

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105 – Human Punk: Marco Thiede

105 – Human Punk: Marco Thiede

March 27, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Marco Thiede is the author of “Human Punk For Real”, the auto-biography about his discovery of punk rock music, and how it shaped his life.  Marco grew up in Germany and describes his experiences  from the late 1970’s until today, where he has relocated to from Germany to Vallejo, California. He continues to travel back to England, and his […]

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104 – SilverTung: Speed Vincent

104 – SilverTung: Speed Vincent

February 22, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

 Speed Vincent from the modern rock band SilverTung is on the show. SilverTung have recently released a new version of their song “Never Too Late”, produced by David Ivory and mastered by Ted Jensen, and it just hit the Billboard mainstream rock charts!  We talk to Speed about how he got into music, how he […]

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