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#41: Even In His Youth (A Conversation With Duane Bruce)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gu9xb-b066fa

Episode 41 is a conversation with Duane Bruce, Duane is best known for his work as a DJ on WFNX out of Boston (Well, Lynn), Massachusetts. He got into radio at a very young age, listening to and eventually working in radio in Maine where he grew up. We talk about his time as a DJ and how he eventually made his way to Massachusetts and everything else in between. Duane is a great storyteller and has some great stories about everyone from Stephen King to Nirvana who this episode is named after. Duane has a current radio show called American Debauchery and also authored a book called Hang the D.J. which talks about his time in radio.

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#38: Break My Body (A Conversation With Kevin Grant)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2ws8x-a8543d

Episode 38 is a conversation with Kevin Grant, this first episode of 2019 is a long episode and it covers a lot of ground. Kevin talks about Fall River, MA where he is from, what it was like growing up there. We talk at length about his experiences singing in a number of bands including The Hidden, Gaskill and his latest project Wire Lines. Kevin has some fascinating ideas about music and what role it takes in his life as well as to people in general. This episode is named after The Pixies song Break My Body, Kevin references the record that song came from (Surfer Rosa) and talks about his experience recording music with Steve Albini. Kevin is an intense and intelligent guy, his ideas on hardcore music and what it means to him are very much in line with myself as well as most of the guests I’ve had on, he was the perfect guest for this podcast. 

#36: Death Comes Ripping (A Conversation With Mark Vieira

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-bkrpq-a04d61

Episode 36 is a conversation with Mark Vieira. Originally from Massachusetts and now on the west coast we talk quite a bit about his time getting into music on the east coast. Mark has been around the music scene in various roles for years, currently he manages a number of bands including 1349, Ringworm, Tombs, The Atlas Moth and The Casualties among many others. Mark has some great insight on the music scene, not just the heavy music scene where he works, but the music industry in general. He knows his stuff and has a lot of great opinions and ideas on music. Mark is a great story teller, his enthusiasm is infectious and he was the perfect guest for this podcast, especially when it comes to passion. 

#35: Spillage (A Conversation With Michael T. Fournier)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-kfxui-9fae11

Episode 35 is a conversation with author Michael T Fournier. Michael has authored a few books including the 33 1/3 series book on The Minutemen – Double Nickels on the Dime record, his work appears in Maximum Rock & Roll, Razorcake and RS500. We talk about growing up in New England and getting into music, his writing both fiction and writing about music. Michael is a great writer and made the perfect guest for TATP, his enthusiasm and knowledge of music is extensive as shown in his writing, so it was great to be able to sit down and talk to him in person. 

#33: I Can’t Go To Church Today (A Conversation With Francis Larry Kelley Jr.)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-5n339-9d1e67

Episode 33 is an in depth conversation with Larry Kelley, Larry played guitar in Kilslug as well as Groinoids, Ointment and Up Your Bucket. We talk about growing up as a skater in the late 70’s early 80’s in Marblehead MA to his early years in the punk scene. Larry is a great story teller and has some great stories about hanging with the Bad Brains, Seth Putnam filling in on drums for Kilslug and many more. 

#31: Restless Dreams of Youth (Angie C Shaw interviews me)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3v4v9-9be566

In this special one year anniversary episode, former guest, radio personality and my good friend Angie C Shaw talks to me about where I grew up, how I got into music and how I got to doing this podcast. 

Episode 29: The Power to Believe (A Conversation With Coleman Rogers)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3rk6s-997823

Episode 29 is a conversation with Boston area photographer Coleman Rogers called The Power to Believe. As you’ll hear in the conversation Coleman is more than just a photographer, he has a long history working as a recording engineer, and is extremely passionate about all of the creative outlets he’s been involved in. We talk about his beginnings growing up outside of Detroit, through his time in Boston working in various recording studios, up to his process capturing live music. Coleman was a great guest, his enthusiasm and drive is inspiring to say the least. 

Episode 27: The Chase Is Better Than The Catch (A Conversation With Bob Mayo)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hhz2g-929c82

Episode 27 is a converasation with Bob Mayo. Bob is a founding member of Massachusetts thrash metal band Wargasm who operated between 1985 and 1995. Bob talks about getting into hard rock and metal in the 70’s and 80’s, how he got Wargasm together and then walks through the whole story of that band. Wargasm were an amazing metal band who have an amazing story and Bob is the perfect story teller to get through all of the ups and downs they went through. Bob’s lifelong love of music as a performer and a fan is on display in this episode and makes him a perfect guest for TATP. 

Episode 24: Hand of Doom (A Conversation With Darryl Shepard)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4n397-8fe045

Episode 24 is a conversation with Boston area musician Darryl Shepard. Darryl has played guitar with numerous bands including Milligram, Slaughter Shack, Slapshot, Road Saw and many others. We talk about every single one of these bands and more. Darryl is a very funny guy, a great story teller and is a perfect example of the hard working Boston music veteran. Darryl truly loves playing music and it’s clear in this episode as he talks with passion about each one of the many projects he’s been involved in. 

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