Legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen joins Cash this week to tell tales of rock and roll legends on the road. Drinking breakfast with the Allman Brothers, losing his boots to Sid Vicious, getting attacked by the Yakuza with the New York Dolls in Japan.
This week, Kindercore's wildcard Cash Carter has a post Xmas dinner chat with garage rockers Guantanamo Baywatch. Topics of discussion include: Pushing the van across the finish line, handling the ego of Jeremy Piven in Hawaii, and the illusive identity of Jonny Cat.
This week the raucous Lee Bains III + The Glory Fires rolled into the home studio to talk the King of Swing ending a drought at SXSW, the politics of rocking in the South, and the horrible smells of life on the road.
Orlando's the Pauses hit the couch and chat with Ryan and Cash about passing time in the van with isolated vocals, bringing an older man to the point of weeping catharsis, and having an ardent fan feed you your own face.
And we're back! For our Super-Sized Season Two Opener, Cash and Ryan hit the mics with Ryan's former band members from the Agenda. Topics include diving into unsuspecting drum kits, bringing Cornholio 10 years too late to the coolest people on the planet, and lewd ballads sung to famous people. Check back later this season for more from the Agenda!
Join Cash, Bill and Ryan as we wrap up Season One and tell some tour stories of our own. Tales of Bill getting his first bear hug from a man in sweaty lingerie, Cash and the Cadets vs Japanese Manga culture, and Ryan and the great Bill Doss apple prank of 2001. Happy Holidays! We'll be back with new episodes in January!
This week Jay Karbomb swings by the Kindercore studio to chat with Cash and Ryan about medical testing deep in the heart of Texas, the connection between Carbon Monoxide and a healthy sleep schedule, and bandmates who can no longer afford to ignore the stuff leaking out of the loft in the van.
We had it all planned out... We'll record an episode backstage at the 40 Watt... What could possibly go wrong? Enjoy as things get weird. Stories about vans driving up and down stairs and almost off the side of mountains, and tons more.
Carey Means, voice of Aqua Teen Hunger Force's Frylock, joins Ryan in the Kindercore Studio while Cash spends the week on tour. Topics include waiting for Don LaFontaine to die, booze cruising with Moral Orel, and the Mooninite assault on an American city.
Shana Falana and Mike Amari kick back with Cash and Ryan to tell tales of secret identities, the problem with drummers and the return of the abandoned school house from episode 11.
The one and only Cindy Wilson of the B-52s and collaborator Ryan Monahan join Ryan and Cash in the Kindercore studio to talk thrifting on tour, Fred Schneider's woodsy past and a harrowing tale of survival on the Broad River!
Blacknerdninja joins Cash and Ryan in the Kindercore studio this week to talk the magic touring in cars, the upside of the side-hustle and the multiple identities of Spider-Man.
Drummer Patrick Ferguson has been a powerhouse in the Athens music scene since the early '90s, playing with the legendary Five Eight, the Powder Room, Vic Chesnutt, the Psychedelic Furs and dozens of others. Cash and Ryan caught up with Patrick just before he left town to tour with Mike Mills' rock concerto project. From a high speed chase through downtown Birmingham Alabama to an early morning van explosion, Patrick has seen some shit and was raring to tell the tales.
Marshmallow Coast (and ex-of Montreal) mastermind Andy Gonzales joins Cash and Ryan in the Kindercore studio to examine the finer points of flying panties, cool names for invasive procedures and the secret history of the Gay Parade.
Americana solo artist Scott Low (ex-Efren) joins Cash and Ryan in the Kindercore studio to discuss tour fishing, the highs and lows of whiskey, and a Bedazzled Cowboy.
Sienna Chandler of Monsoon drops by the Kindercore studio to talk touring, Toyotas, and the old abandoned school house of Bristol, NY.
Cash and Ryan take the week off while Bill sits down to chat with Noah McCarthy - Nintendo operator for the video game tribute ninjas, Bit Brigade. Topics include the secret hot dogs of Seattle, audience induced technical difficulties, and composing a speed run that rocks.
Old friend Andrew Rieger of the band Elf Power joins us this week to discuss the dangers of low overpasses, cheap thrills with Vic Chesnutt, and the madness of Scandinavian sauna door locks.
The brothers Anderson of the band Minorcan join Cash and Ryan to discuss day old bread, drunk elk, impromptu haircuts and Tindering while touring.
Sam Fogarino of Interpol joins Cash and Ryan in the Kindercore studio to discuss life on the bus, the persuasive powers of Josh from Queens of the Stone Age, and being in the presence of David Bowie.