Tom Constanten on the Grateful Dead
Sam Paddor and Tom Constanten discuss Tom's role playing with the Grateful Dead in the late 1960s.
David Bennett Cohen on Country Joe and the Fish
Sam Paddor and David Bennett Cohen discuss David's work with Country Joe and the Fish as well as his experience in the Bay Area music scene in the 1960s.
Al Perkins On The Dobro, Dylan and Steel Guitar
Sam Paddor and Al Perkins discuss Al's dobro playing and his session work with Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones.
Paul Rodgers On His New Album: "Midnight Rose"
Sam Paddor and Paul Rodgers discuss his new album Midnight Rose and his time with both Bad Company and Free.
David Grisman on The Pizza Tapes, Stéphane Grappelli and Jerry Garcia
Ken Babbs on the Merry Pranksters, Furthur and the Acid Tests
Steve Hackett on Genesis and Foxtrot at 50
Sam Paddor and Steve Hackett discuss Steve's current tour "Foxtrot at 50" and his music career with Genesis.
Talking to Bill "Zoot Horn Rollo" Harkleroad about Captain Beefheart and Trout Mask Replica
Sam Paddor and Bill Harkleroad, also known as Zoot Horn Rollo discuss Bill's experience playing in Captain Beefheart's Magic Band, the story behind Trout Mask Replica and more.
Behind The Blues Project with Roy Blumenfeld
Sam Paddor and Roy Blumenfeld discuss Roy's experience playing at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, The Blues Project and the music scene in Greenwich Village, New York.
On Stage at Woodstock: Memories of the Festival's Performers
In this New York Times 6th Annual Student Podcast Contest winning podcast, Sam Paddor dives into the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair’s history by interviewing Woodstock veterans Arlo Guthrie, Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Fito de la Parra of Canned Heat about their unique experiences and perspectives on the three-day festival.
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Talking Blues with Keyboardist Barry Goldberg
Sam Paddor and Barry Goldberg discuss his experience playing when Dylan went electric, playing with blues legends including Muddy Waters and more.
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