Whiskey Riff Raff

Whiskey Riff Raff

A podcast by Whiskey Riff for the country fan. On 'Whiskey Riff Raff,' Steve Gazibara and Wes Langeler give an unfiltered and unapologetic take on country music, life, and all the craziness that comes with it. Laugh with us. Rant with us. Drink with us.

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January 12, 2023 23 min

Jesse stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about growing up in small town California, getting into country music and how he fell in love with it, his struggle with alcohol and getting sober, living in Texas now, his love for the outdoors, hunting and fishing, getting his catalytic converter stolen Ohio, his plans for 2023, covering Waylon Jennings, and much more.

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To close out 2022, Ben Burgess stopped by the podcast for the first time to talk about his debut studio album 'Tears the Size of Texas,' getting out of a bad recording contract and moving to Nashville to pursue country music, writing for people like Lil Wayne, the Jonas Brothers and Morgan Wallen, Morgan's insane career trajectory over the last couple years, making the transition to being an artist, opening for and hang...

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November 18, 2022 28 min

Presented by Templeton Distillery, 49 Winchester frontman Isaac Gibson stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about making music in Appalachia and all the good stuff coming from that region right now, his unique process for how he goes about writing and recording songs with his band, the Nashville industry and being an independent artist making country music, and much more.

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November 14, 2022 41 min

Presented by Templeton Distillery, Riley Green returns to the podcast to talk about this year's college football season, growing up in small town Jacksonville, Alabama, some of his most memorable hunts, writing songs that fit his style while still trying to get a hit on country radio, his go-to drink on stage, his plans for releasing new music, opening for Luke Combs on his world tour next year and much more.

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October 17, 2022 50 min

Kolby Cooper returns to the podcast to talk the new album, 'Boy From Anderson County To The Moon,' how the cover art came to be, his favorite sad country song, Waylon Jennings, being dads and raising toddlers, smoking a joint ahead of his Grand Ole Opry debut, radio tour, and more.

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October 14, 2022 63 min

Presented by our friends at Templeton Distillery, Justin Moore stops by the podcast for the second time to talk about parenting, living in his hometown in Arkansas, how social media has become a big part of the country music industry and how streaming has changed the way they put music out, why the ratings at major country award shows are dropping, writing "Bait a Hook" about Ben Roethlisberger, his Arkansas Razorbacks and ...

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September 30, 2022 68 min

Our friends Benji and Josh at Country Central join the podcast for the first time to talk about the current state of country music, sharing opinions about different artists and songs on their Instagram page, the importance of authenticity in the music business, independent artists and the different ways you can shape a solid career, some of their current favorite artists, and much more.

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September 23, 2022 50 min

The great Randall King is BACK. Presented by our friends at Templeton Distillery, Randall joins the podcast for the second time to talk about growing up in small town West Texas and how that influences his music still today, the different regions of the Lone Star state and what makes each setting unique, transitioning to Nashville from the Texas country scene and making the music he's passionate about in Music City, the wild hi...

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September 9, 2022 81 min

American Aquarium frontman BJ Barham stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about their new studio album 'Chicamacomico,' his career trajectory and how he's achieved success over the last 16 years, his friend Tyler Childers and his process of making music, the current state of mainstream country music, some of his favorite artists in the genre, the amount of consistent hard work it takes to make it in the indus...

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September 1, 2022 21 min

Lukas Nelson stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about working on the soundtrack for and playing in 'A Star is Born' alongside Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, some of his favorite artists in country right now, how he chipped his tooth playing guitar and why he never got it fixed, how his dad, the legendary Willie Nelson, is his favorite songwriter and his mission to carry on that legacy through his own music, and ...

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August 17, 2022 49 min

Koe Wetzel stops by the podcast for the third time to talk about all the new music he has coming soon, his version of the wild strip club story with Parker McCollum, playing a couple shows with Snoop Dogg, potentially collaborating with Post Malone one day, getting arrested in New Braunfels, Texas over Fourth of July weekend years ago, his golf game, and his vision for the country album he's working on now.

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August 5, 2022 57 min

ESPN NFL Draft Analyst and Insider Matt Miller joins the podcast for the first time to talk about the difficulty of predicting a players success in the NFL, Texas football and the upcoming college season, Peyton and Eli Manning on 'Monday Night Football,' seeing the Turnpike Troubadours live at Red Rocks earlier this year, his favorite kinds of beer, working in sports journalism and being professional in the locker room, an...

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July 28, 2022 56 min

The legend himself, former Cross Canadian Ragweed frontman Cody Canada, stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about seeing George Strait perform live for the first time when he was four years old, getting to know Evan Felker and watching his journey to sobriety, the streaming bump for Cross Canadian Ragweed after Koe Wetzel put out "Ragweed," the recent reboot of CCR's 2004 'Soul Gravy' album, being fr...

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July 15, 2022 34 min

Arlo McKinley stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about his brand new album 'This Mess We're In,' what it means to be "country" and why he's never moved to Nashville, working with Tyler Childers and getting to know him as a friend, some of his own struggles and working through issues in his personal life, and how the impact his music has on people has kept him going throughout his career.

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July 8, 2022 45 min

Caitlyn Smith returns to the podcast for the second time to talk about her new studio album, 'High,' taking a shot with George Strait and Vince Vaughn, getting through a hangover when you have young kids, one of the craziest moments she's experienced during a show, opening for (and getting high with) Willie Nelson, writing with Miley Cyrus, and more.

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June 23, 2022 32 min

ARCA Menards Series driver Amber Balcaen stops by the podcast for the first time to talk about working with Busch beer for their 'Accelerate Her' program, being a women in the world of motorsports and working hard to earn her spot, her time on CMT's reality show 'Racing Wives', the true physicality of racing, how much goes into preparing for a race, and how much some of the biggest NASCAR sponsorships in all fou...

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June 16, 2022 28 min

Sundy Best's Nick and Kris stopped by for the first time to talk about the great music coming out of Kentucky right now, growing up in the Bluegrass State and how it influenced their music, taking time apart as a band to grow as individuals, hearing their song "Painted Blue" covered by 'American Idol' winner Noah Thompson, remaining independent artists and staying true to their Appalachian roots, and new music c...

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June 8, 2022 36 min

Parker McCollum returns to the podcast to talk about opening for Eric Church, meeting King George, John Mayer's influence on his music, his move from being an independent artist in Texas to signing with a major label in Nashville, Zach Bryan's rise to country music stardom, working out with Cam Hanes and recording a song with Ronnie Dunn for his forthcoming album, '100 Proof Neon.'

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May 21, 2022 78 min

Jon Pardi returns to the podcast to talk about finishing up his fourth studio album in Key West, his recent collaboration with Midland on "Longneck Way To Go," the upside to a hangover and how he cures one, his new Pardi Batch 112 Bourbon, hanging out with Kid Rock, as well as his upcoming summer tour with Lainey Wilson and Hailey Whitters. Professional cornhole player Matt Guy also joins us to talk about being the greatest...

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May 10, 2022 31 min

Cody Cannon and John Jeffers of Whiskey Myers return to the podcast to talk about opening for the Rolling Stones at Soldier Field, their new Red Handed Bourbon, the 'Yellowstone' effect, their unconventional songwriting process, as well as their forthcoming studio album, 'Tornillo.'

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