Monday, July 26, 2010

Puddles of My Podcast - Episode 20

Well, lady Puddlers and gentleman Puddlers of Myself (now that's what I call accidental innuendos), after an insanely hot weekend I am bringing you yet another scorching hot podcast.  This podcast represents the 20th Episode in the Puddles of My Podcast series.  We are slowly making our way to 100 podcasts and I'll get there - any doubters be damned. In this, Episode 20 of Puddles of My Podcast, I welcome an extraordinarily special guest - legendary underground country crooner Tony Wain of Tony Wain and The Payne.  In this installment, Tony and I discuss Buddhist ceremonies, living in Asheville, the North Carolina/Duke rivalry, Thomas Wolfe, what makes a good country song, Tony's favorite country musicians, his history playing music, Dig Shovel Dig and some excellent words of wisdom for the children and adults suffering from arrested development in America today.  This podcast also features Nick Mencia sitting shotgun in case the wheel veers too far off to the shoulder.

As a special bonus, below you will find some streaming acoustic versions of Tony Wain and The Payne songs that were played live. You will also find links to download these songs as well.

Later this week I will have my thoughts on Episode 1 of Season 4 of Mad Men, a column on Ryan Adams titled "The Bird That Couldn't Stop Singing," and some more links because I keep getting good stuff thrown my way.  So, just stick with me and I'm always going to take you to the promised land, whether its judgment day or not.

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