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On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist.
 
Adobe & Teardrops highlights the best in alt-country and punk week after week. Hosted by Rachel Cholst of the long-running blog Adobe & Teardrops, the show will highlight the kind of music that gets you through the tough times and buoys you through the good ones. In music we trust. (To learn more about the podcast and read long-form reviews of the albums featured, head to www.adobeandteardrops.com)
 
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It’s episode 141 and Rachel has the sensitivity of a Victorian lady. Also, great music from fabulous people. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT COUNTRY SOUL SONGBOOK THIS WEEKEND! Album of the Week: CF Watkins -- Babygirl CF Watkins has found that sweet spot between pop and Americana -- a brass ring that many recent artists have shot at and missed the mark. I…
 
Rachel’s students are getting creative, but not in the ways you’d want them to. Also, hi everyone in India! Album of the Week: Izzy Heltai -- Father I’ve been a supporter of Izzy’s since he first sent me a song through SubmitHub all on his own. For his first album, though, Heltai pulled out the big guns -- and deservedly so. Father is nothing if no…
 
I was super late getting this one out, so everyone gets to hear the Patreon songs! Also, found poetry! Album of the Week: Lydia Loveless -- Daughter Daughter finds Americana stalwart Loveless at the ebb of significant upheaval: a divorce, a relocation, a cathartic but tumultuous outing of bad practices at her previous label, Bloodshot Records, the …
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have two stories from world news and one from science. In our first story, we discover that Tokyo is installing transparent public toilets in parks and other places. What is going on? Find out here: https://www.theguardian.co…
 
We get into autumn mode in Episode 5, exploring the basics of stirred rum cocktails with Smuggler’s Cove co-owner Martin Cate; then check in with our 2018 “Beer People of the Year” Beny Ashburn and Teo Hunter from Crowns & Hops, on their beer and upcoming brewery, and their 8 Trill Pils Initiative; and we chat about Barbados rum with Trudiann Brank…
 
Listen to the Amythyst Kiah episode of Country Queer Spotlight. This is your last chance to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Bette Smith -- The Good, The Bad, The Bette Bette Smith is a Bed-Stuy native -- and Southern soul seems to course through her veins. At least, that’s how it sounds on her debut album, produced by Drive B…
 
L’Shanah tovah! Let’s dig deep into an extra-large episode of blues, punk, rock, pop, and country music. Why is it longer? Because I can! Also, some good news! Don’t forget to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Daniel Romano -- How Ill Thy World Is Ordered This is a stunning album, with dense prophetic lyrics. Romano’s delivery …
 
Episode 4 is all about Negroni Week 2020, the global cocktail celebration that raises funds for charitable causes. Linden Pride, co-owner of Dante in New York City, gets things started by making a classic Negroni; we then talk to Amanda Gunderson, co-founder of Another Round Another Rally, one of this year’s Negroni Week fundraising partners, about…
 
The refrigerator saga concludes! Also, jazz, country, and punk -- and it all works, I promise! Contribute to the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter here! Album of the Week: Matt Woods -- Mornings After Matt Woods’ new EP Mornings After is signature Woods: his powerhouse vocals make the stories of small peoples’ pain operatic in scope. Woods can crank it up …
 
Rachel talks Justin Townes Earle, Williamsburg blues, and an inspirational quote from Leslie Feinberg’s Stone Butch Blues. (Also, she misspoke -- this is episode 135, not 136!) Click here for the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Justin Townes Earle -- “Workin’ For the MTA” (Harlem River Blues) Bronwyn Keith-Hynes -- “North Garden” (Fiddler’s Pastime) Eri…
 
Celebrating the debut of our September/October 2020 issue, Episode 3 is all about rum. We kick things off with an original cocktail (recipe below) from Jeff "Beachbum" Berry, author of "Potions of the Caribbean" and "Sippin' Safari," and co-owner of Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29 in New Orleans; then talk to Delphine Nathalie Gardère, the fifth-gener…
 
Hey! We had 1000 downloads a month! Also, Country Queer Spotlight is live now! Listen to my interview of Jaime Wyatt! Also also, I had to scratch the first artist I planned to play because I couldn’t get a hold of those mp3s after all. Hopefully the edit isn’t too weird! Album of the Week: Bethany Thomas -- BT/SHE/HER This album is a masterpiece. T…
 
Vacation, Bella in the country, work troubles, refrigerators, spicy takes about Bright Eyes, and a whole buttload of music! Album of the Week: Hayley Thompson-King -- Sororicide This album is so cool. Thompson-King is a woman with intense artistic vision: her debut Psychotic Melancholia introduced the main themes on Sororicide. Thompson-King, a tra…
 
For our second episode, we talk to three people who are working to make the drinks industry more diverse, inclusive, supportive, and sustainable. Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation co-founder and "Drink What You Want" author John deBary joins us to mix an adaptation of a favorite summer cocktail, the El Diablo; Diversity in Wine and Spirits e…
 
It was my birthday! I got a refrigerator I can’t use! Also, there’s music!!! Album of the Week: Scott Cook -- Tangle of Souls Damn, this is a gorgeous album. Scott Cook’s voice -- vocally and lyrically -- is as clear-eyed, optimistic, and straightforward as ever. I lost track of Cook for a while but he’s produced some of my favorite music that I’ve…
 
We built a desk! Also, stay tuned for a Facebook livestream. And we raised another $200 for the Trans Justice Funding Project in July! You can read Andrea Williams’ latest article about the intersection of racism and sexism in country music in the Nashville Scene. Album of the Week -- Golden Shoals, Golden Shoals This week’s album is Golden Shoals.…
 
For the pilot episode of Radio Imbibe, we talk to Alba Huerta of Julep in Houston and Ivy Mix of Leyenda in Brooklyn about the challenges of owning a bar during the COVID-19 crisis. We also chat with Matty Newton, the illustrator who tackled our July/August 2020 issue, about how he took on such a challenging project; ask Abigail Gullo from Ben Pari…
 
Are you ready to hear about small adventures, small pups prepping for adventures, country, blues, folk, and jazz fusion? Buckle up! And remember that all Patreon and Ko-fi donations this month go to the Trans Justice Funding Project! Album of the Week -- Roadside Graves (That’s Why We’re Running Away) Roadside Graves is a formerly Brooklyn-based ba…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have three stories related to the coronavirus. In our first story, we hear about a wonderful new test developed by scientists at Monash University in Australia. You read more about it here: https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-h…
 
Rachel had a beach day! And watched baseball! It’s *almost* like it’s summer. And remember! All Patreon and Ko-fi proceeds these month go to the Trans Justice Funding Project! Album of the Week: Stephie James -- These Days I forgot to talk about this in the podcast itself but These Days is my favorite album this week. I enjoy the way James builds a…
 
Sometimes you just need to take a mental health break! It’s all good...we have a refrigerator on the way. Also, I’m starting a new thing! I’m going to feature an album each episode! Album of the Week: Samantha Crain -- A Small Death Americana is becoming more expansive as the people who started the millennium off playing punk with a twang move on t…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have two stories from science and one on sport. In our first story, we learn that our bones are much more important to our health than just holding our bodies together. You read more about it here: https://www.theguardian.com…
 
Rachel has some mysterious bug bites (uh-oh) and some thoughts on Lady Antebellum. Remember to sign up for the Patreon or shoot me a Ko-fi this month -- all the proceeds will go to the Trans Justice Funding Project! Paul Sanchez -- “A Thousand Songs” (I’m A Song, I’m a Story, I’m a Ghost) Zoe Boekbinder -- “Mirror” (Shadow) Nickel and Rose -- “Anot…
 
Rachel recounts her Pride adventures and is proud of Bella for fucking up the vet. Rosa says hello! And there’s some great Southern rock in this episode. Plus! For the month of July all proceeds will go to the Trans Justice Funding Project so there’s never been a better time to sign up for the Patreon or contribute to Ko-fi! Dexateens -- “Take Me t…
 
This episode is going to be more dreamy and pop-oriented than usual. We’ll also get back to shorter episodes starting in July now that music is being released more regularly and I have less of a backlog. All Patreon, Ko-fi, and SubmitHub proceeds for July and August will go to the Trans Justice Funding Project so be sure to subscribe! Moses Sumney …
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on health, geology and science. In health we discover that the coronavirus kills more men than women, and that a lot of medical research is biased in favour of men. You read more about this important story here…
 
CW: I discuss suicide at the end of the podcast when I introduced “Shame Is a River” Come say hi to me at the Pride School Festival on Discord! I’ll be DJ-ing a queer country and punk set! Otherwise, I talk about laptop woes, finally feeling feelings, and a Bella pupdate! Matt Lovell -- “Sabotage” (Nobody Cries Today) Ameena Sharif Ali -- “Farewell…
 
Just when it seemed like the disappearance of Erica Parsons would become another cold case, there was a major break. Someone was about to tell detectives the truth about where Erica was -- and pay the price for what they had done. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adch…
 
I kick off this episode by discussing the importance of anti-racist white voices in music -- and what I mean by anti-racism. To hear more white artists who stand up against racism -- and grapple with their own roles within it -- you can listen to my Spotify playlist. I also interview Kara Kundert and Justin Hiltner about the Bluegrass Pride nonprof…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on sport, science, and the environment. In sport, we find that a group of Sumo wrestlers saved a woman from drowning in Tokyo. You learn more about this story here: https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20200611…
 
EP3: Hear the shocking results of Erica’s adoptive parents’ polygraph tests. And, the truth is exposed about what life was like for Erica in the Parsons’ household – next “Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons,” ‘Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil.’ See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad c…
 
We’ve got a big chonker of an episode this time out. Here, Rachel talks about the Black Lives Matter movement and how it impacts country and roots music. She forgot to mention it in the podcast, but she also made a playlist of anti-racist white musicians. Anti-racism means actively defining and fighting against all the insidious or “subconscious” f…
 
More of Casey and Sandy’s shocking deeds come to light. And, a woman is about to come forward with an allegation of a stolen child. Will Erica Parsons ever be found? Next, Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Would you hang out with me while I livestream and record the podcast at the same time? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! This was a difficult week for people of color in America. If you can, donate to Black Visions to provide aid for activists on the ground in Minneapolis. If you are white, consider joining Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ), a…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on health, history and archaeology and world news. In health, we learn about an international collaboration to create a vaccine for COVID-19. You learn more about this important story here: https://blog.csiro.a…
 
On Little Girl Lost: The Case of Erica Parsons, “Murder and Mystery: Analysis by Dr. Phil," Dr. Phil explores the story of a child the world had forgotten. Her aunt and uncle claimed she was living with her grandmother -- but that woman didn’t exist. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
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