Eliot Duhan and Oliver Duhan stop by to talk about many interesting topics. From the history of the band and the origin of the name EDO to family food stealing habits, phones, weed, technology, masks, songwriting, and keeping a show fresh within a limited setlist - they pretty much cover a lot of topics!
Sophie Greenberg of Riverby is a singer-songwriter originally from South Jersey now living in Philadelphia. In addition to their work on the project Riverby, Sophie also sings a little bit with The Tisburys and just started a brand new project with Celia Tice called Pigeon Culture. During our interview, Sophie talks about the process of making the latest EP, The Guide to Oversharing and recording the songs with The Tisburys. We tal... Read more
Jac with No K (Jac Carson) is a Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter who came to Philly for college at Temple and stuck around, joining the group Saint Wilde, where he played guitar for several years. Now he's doing his own alt-blues project, and has just put out two EPs in the past two months -- House Show Dreamboat, released in June 2019, and Songs for a Long Drive Home - released in July 2019.
We talked about his songwr... Read more
The Bad Habits Festival is a two-day benefit concert at The Barbary in Philadelphia that benefits the CHOP Foundation on July 19th and July 20th. The lineup is jam-packed with a lot of great Philly-area talent including Andorra, Jamie and the Guarded Heart, The Tisburys, Cassettes, Alright Junior, American Dinosaur and many more. Get some details on some of the exciting stuff happening this weekend and the festival details.
Philadelphia band The Tisburys stopped by the Philly Music Podcast to talk about their latest short album, called Wax Nostalgic. Tyler and Doug also discuss nicknames for the band, who is better: Bruce Springsteen or Phish?, what kind of gin and coffee they like and how the song "Gin in My Coffee" came about, plus re-recording some of their older songs like "Water's Edge" to give them the proper treatment for th... Read more
Dover-DE based band Hoochi Coochi is a four-piece group with Danielle (Brown Sug) Johnson on vocals, Fatz Hawkins on guitar, Chelsea Grant on drums, and Mark Reed on bass. Originally Danielle and Fatz got together at a few open mics just to have fun with some blues based songs as a change of pace from what they were each doing individually -- but they had so much fun and the crowd enjoyed it so much, they decided to make a real thi... Read more
The band RunHideFight (Geeta Dalal Simons, Christine Weiser, Brother JT, Jon Kois) stopped by to talk about how the group formed, motherhood, songwriting, guitars, musical influences, and some very personal life experiences that inspired some of their songs.
We're back with an interview with Andrew Chalfen and Dean Sabatino of the instrumental rock band, I Think Like Midnight. I Think Like Midnight just released their sophomore album, This Land is Your Mind, in February 2018, and talk about their inspiration for song titles, the evolution of the band, visual art tie ins, and more. Plus, show reviews!
This episode of the Philly Music Podcast, we chat with the band Andorra. You may remember them from opening up one of our Radio 104.5 Summer Block Parties, the 10th Birthday Show, or even further back than that. We've been watching them develop as a band over the past few years and like the progression they are making - the guys were really pretty young when they first came onto our radar.
The band is currently made up of... Read more
In this episode of the Philly Music Podcast, Philly singer-songwriter Ben Arnold talks about his latest release, Sunday Morning Meltdown, his songwriting, a visit to Rev. Al Green's choir practice, memories of the late Jeff Buckley, life on the road, + much more.
Lefty's Deceiver talks about releasing their first album in 14 years, revisiting the old catalog of songs, changes in the lineup, the evolution of their songwriting and sound over time and more.
We speak with Gina Renzi, the director of the Rotunda - an all ages music and community event venue in West Philadelphia about some of the cool things which have happened there over the years and what it's like running a community venue.
Welcome to the Philly Music Podcast! This first episode we chat with Joey Sweeney of JoJo and the Neon Grease about the return of the saxophone, Philadelphia, and more. Plus a rundown of show reviews and concert calendar.