Best Burning Ambulance podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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The Burning Ambulance Podcast features interviews with musicians from the worlds of jazz, metal, modern composition, noise, and whatever else piques host Phil Freeman's interest.
 
Interviews With The Most Fascinating Musicians Alive
 
Two comics, thee topics, ten minutes each. The Perfect Podcast for your modern lifestyle.
 
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Roll Call is Unified Fire Authority EMS Division's Podcast. Discussing a variety of medical training topics and local topics concerning emergency care, rescue, and firefighting.
 
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Support Burning Ambulance on Patreon Get the Burning Ambulance email newsletter Writer John Corbett is from Chicago, and has been spreading the word about obscure and underground music for decades. He's a writer, a critic, a record collector, a presenter of live music, and a producer of both reissues and new albums in the areas of free and avan ...…
 
In this the last political episode of Rule of Three, Bengt and Tim talk about studies showing that inequality can be hazardous to your health, and why Hipsters all look alike. They also mention Stormy Daniels, who may be appearing a a Comedy Club near you.
 
Support Burning Ambulance on Patreon Vocalist Dwight Trible is originally from Cincinnati, but he's lived in Los Angeles since the early 1970s. He's recorded several albums on his own, but is probably best known right now for contributing to Kamasi Washington's The Epic and Heaven and Earth. Still, he's a hugely important figure on the L.A. sce ...…
 
Michael Cohen's testimony before Congress, the Academy Awards, and Shaving ar the topics that Tim and Bengt tackle in this week's episode of The Rule of Three.
 
Support Burning Ambulance on Patreon Trumpeter Jason Palmer is based in Boston, where he teaches at Berklee and plays regularly at Wally's. He's recorded extensively as a leader, and has also worked with players as different from each other as Matana Roberts and Grace Kelly. He's just released a new double live CD, Rhyme and Reason, with the he ...…
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about the Covington Kids lawsuit against the Washington Post, Taking Uber to the Emergency Room, and a uranium find inside a popular tourist attraction.
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about the person who tried to leave Amazon, upcoming gigs at Dry Bar Comedy, and an exciting format change for the Rule of Three, coming March 15.
 
Support Burning Ambulance on Patreon Bassist Linda May Han Oh grew up in Australia, and moved to the US a little over ten years ago. In that time, she’s risen to a position of real prominence on the current jazz scene. She’s very much in demand as a bandmember, playing on albums by Dave Douglas, Art Hirahara, E.J. Strickland, and George Colliga ...…
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim discuss the entry of Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz into the ring of possible candidates for 2020, the man who wrote most of Wikipedia, and the Polar Vortex.
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about an immigration problem in Canada, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and a problem with Stray Cows.
 
Support Burning Ambulance on Patreon Branford Marsalis, for those who don’t know, is a saxophonist, and the older brother of Wynton Marsalis, the trumpeter and leader of Jazz at Lincoln Center. They’re from New Orleans, and started out working together, first in Art Blakey’s band and then on each other’s albums. They were already on separate pa ...…
 
In this Episode, Bengt and Tim talk about a new test for Authoritarian tendencies, the Netflix Comedy special: Hannah Gadsby's Nanette, and trips to the Hospital.
 
Melvin Gibbs is the bassist for the avant-rock/jazz/metal/dub trio Harriet Tubman, whose new album The Terror End of Beauty is out now and sweeping up rave reviews everywhere. Before forming Tubman with guitarist Brandon Ross and drummer JT Lewis in 1998, Gibbs was a founding member of Defunkt and of Ronald Shannon Jackson's Decoding Society (a ...…
 
In this Episode, Bengt and Tim discuss the 2019 Miss America Pageant, President Trump ordering Apple to stop manufacturing in China, and Football Gambling.
 
It's the 2018 wrap up. In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about the news stories of 2018 that History will remember, and the ones it will not. There is also a Government Shutdown.
 
The final Burning Ambulance podcast of 2018 is a very special episode. Back in May, I went to Norway for the Nutshell jazz showcase and interviewed several Norwegian jazz artists – that was in episode 19. And just a couple of weeks ago, at the end of November, I went back to Norway, for the 20th anniversary of the Rune Grammofon label. Rune Gra ...…
 
It's our annual Christmas Special. Simply Dickens sings Holiday classics, in between glorious Christmas tales about Holiday music, a special baptism, and everyone's favorite elf.
 
In this Episode, Bengt and Tim talk about Bengt's trip to Cambodia, the Riots in France, and Fraudulent Honey.
 
Discussion with a cardiac arrest survivor about his experience and recovery.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Roxy Coss is a saxophonist who's put out four albums as a leader and has also recorded with Jeremy Pelt (a guest on episode 21), and as a member of the Posi-Tone Records all-star band New Faces. Her most recent releases are The Future is Female and the New Fac ...…
 
It's the Winter episode. Bengt and Tim talk about the long winter that started the Middle Ages, this Winter around their homes, and a way to ease your Winter shopping.
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about the change of direction for the White House Correspondents Dinner, the cancellation of the Vagina Monologues, Thanksgiving traditions and political correctness.
 
Just in time for Thanksgiving, we've located the lost 4th of July Episode. Bengt and Tim talk about a shooting in Goochland County Virginia, Sarah Huckabe-Sanders' ejection from the Red Hen, and of course, the Fourth of July.
 
Review of EAP, Occupational Trauma Program, and other department resources. Review of PTSD signs and symptoms.
 
It's the House episode. Bengt and Tim talk about the election for control of the House, a drop-in at Waffle House, and the Haunting of Hill House.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance JD Allen is a saxophonist I've been listening to since 2011. He puts out an album a year, the latest being LoveStone, and in addition to his work as a leader, he's worked with Jeremy Pelt (a guest on episode 21), David Weiss, Orrin Evans (a guest on episode 9) ...…
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about the caravan headed toward the US border, the reason why your wallet may be empty, and Bengt's big week at Acme Comedy Company.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Keyon Harrold is a trumpeter who has been making quite a name for himself in the jazz world over the past few years – The Mugician is his second album under his own name, but he’s also worked with Gregory Porter, Marcus Strickland, David Sanborn, Dr. Lonnie Sm ...…
 
In this Episode Bengt and Tim talk about an offensive hand sign a Coast Guardsman made, Hurricane Florence, and Tim getting his car ready for winter.
 
We give a quick update on the new Utah State/NREMT partnership, and the Mark King initiative.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 27 of the Burning Ambulance podcast—the first episode of Year Two of the show—is the first one not to feature an interview with a musician. Instead, I’m talking to Zev Feldman, who’s a producer working primarily with the Resonance Records label. Resona ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 26 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features a conversation with saxophonist Mark Turner and pianist Ethan Iverson; it's also the one-year anniversary of the show. I want to thank every single person who’s listened to the show in that time, and assure ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 25 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with pianist Eddie Palmieri. Palmieri is a legendary figure: His composition "Azúcar" is a landmark in Latin music history. It’s over nine minutes long, with extended instrumental solos, a pione ...…
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim tak about Colin Kaepernick's new job, the price of milk in Canada, and how trangender offense led to a new feature here on the Rule of Three.
 
In this episode Bengt and Tim talk about the now defunct practice of sending children through the mail, Louis CK's return to the stage, and Tim's appearance at an open mic night.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 24 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with saxophonist and educator Tia Fuller. Fuller is originally from Colorado, and comes from a musical family: her parents had a group called Fuller Sound, her brother Ashton is a drummer, and h ...…
 
In this episode, Bengt and Tim talk about how a scammer took over the McDonalds Monopoly game, a scientist took a lot of grief for claiming a meteor didn't extinct the dinosaurs, and Tims upcoming week at Acme Comedy Company.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 23 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with flutist and composer Nicole Mitchell. Mitchell is originally from Syracuse, New York, but she grew up in California and eventually went to college in the Midwest, where she became an import ...…
 
The summer hiatus is over. In this episode, Tim and Bengt talk about a scientific study, unecessary pneumatic monitors, and a visit to a coal mine.
 
Captain Mane and the crew discuss ambulance operation expectations and a solution to standardize.
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 22 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with violinist Regina Carter. She's one of the best known jazz violinists in the world, as well as a MacArthur fellow and a Grammy nominee. She’s originally from Detroit, and she got her start i ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 21 of the Burning Ambulance podcast - we're adults now! - features an interview with trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, who’s been on the scene more or less since the dawn of the 21st century. He made his first album as a leader in 2002, but he really broke out of ...…
 
Episode 20 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with bassist Buster Williams. Buster Williams is a jazz MVP like very few others. He got his start in the late Fifties; his first studio dates were in 1961, with Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, and he’s appeared on literally hundreds of records since. When I was researching this int ...…
 
Interview with Station 101 about the One & One staffing model.
 
Interview with Holladay City Journalist Aspen Perry, and Holladay City Council Member for District 3 Paul Fatheringham. Aspen leads the interview about Paul's experience on his 24 hour ride a long with 104.
 
Special guest - UFA Statistician Hannah explains how she compiles data for the UFA cardiac arrest stats.
 
In this Episode, Tim and Bengt talk about the controversy at the Border, Bengt's recent Surgery, and welcome a new entry to the world's richest 500.
 
John, Chris and Rian discuss the "one patient, one report" roll out department-wide July 1st, 2018.
 
Episode 19 of the Burning Ambulance podcast tells the story of host Phil Freeman's recent trip to Bergen, Norway to attend the annual Nutshell jazz showcase, and includes interviews with percussionist Erland Dahlen, drummer Gard Nilssen, and saxophonist André Roligheten. The episode also features live recordings of performances by the groups Bo ...…
 
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