Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With
"Musicians You Should Know
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Brandon Santini has been working the clubs of Memphis for the last few years and has a new backing band with a new energy.We spoke to Brandon about his start in the music business back in North Carolina, how he and his former partner got to Memphis and their time together here. We explored the breakup and the new band and their plans moving forward.
SHOW # 9 - 04/04/10
Tristan Clopet is a young man on a mission. And with his brains and ideas, he should complete that mission. Tristan and I discussed his relationship with his parents and how they put him on the road to success, his recent visit to SXSW and his "Living Room" Series of cover songs he posts to his website and youtube pages. You WILL be hearing more from Tristan in the future, he is on the track to success.
SHOW # 10 - 04/12/10
SHOW # 11 - 04/19/10
Almost one month after his canceled appearance and his unscheduled appearance in the hospital ER, Chris joined us with his legs up on an ottoman. We had a great time talking about the many genres Chris mixes to achieve what has become know as HuffMusic. Conversation turned to his hospital stay and how it might effect his songwriting moving forward. Chris was in great spirits and we even offered him a bed if he ever gets down Memphis way.
SHOW # 12 - 04/26/10
MISSISSIPPI HEAT'S PIERRE LACOCQUE
Pierre Lacocque joined us and gave us a full history lesson on the band and its formation.
We discussed his childhood and how a young boy born in Israel and reared in Germany, Belgium and France became the leader, harpest, songwriter and creative soul of a Chicago Blues Band keeping the traditions of the 1950's Chicago blues alive today.
CARRIE RODRIGUEZ - Segment begins At The 43:55 Mark
We traced her history and how she was ushered into the music business. Much of the interview centered around her newest offering "Love & Circumstances", an all covers album that includes a song written by her father and one sung by her aunt in the 50's.