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This is a call-in show about atheism, the lack of belief in supernatural deities and gods. The show airs live at 11:00 pm Eastern every Sunday night.Host Andrew Garber was a true believer for years. Now, after a 12 year apostasy journey, he is an atheist. The show focuses on the issues that have had to change since losing faith.
 
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On this Martin Miller Interview: What he learned from his early years growing up in East Germany before the wall came down, the integrity he brings to both his music and his teaching, what motivates and drives him, how ignoring external advice and staying true to himself contributed to his online success, his 3 top musical experiences, overcoming a…
 
Jimmy talked about some deep shit here, including the incredibly difficult and stressful childhood he had. Frankly, how he managed to overcome it and be the incredibly kind, gentle and nice person he is today, is nothing shy of a miracle. He also had a tremendous role model in his mom, who not only was his emotional rock, but his musical inspiratio…
 
On this Denny Freeman interview: Denny was around for the revolution of 1960s music and culture and explains, in no uncertain terms, how 1965 and 1968 were completely culturally different. And how the fallout from this presented some very upsetting consequences to him, especially as it related to his relationship with his dad. On top of this, he wa…
 
On this Mike Munford Interview: Life before vs. after Sept 9, 1973… the serendipity of his banjo journey, playing to ONE person (who was asleep) and wondering “Is this what my destiny looks like?”... tips for guitarists wanting to play the banjo, being independent and resourceful, a serious early decision he made for himself as he committed to musi…
 
On this Peter Stroud Interview: Losing his brother & coming to grips with this devastating experience... working with Brendan O’Brien, Pete Droge, Keith Richards, Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson, getting the gigs with Sheryl Crow & Don Henley (great audition story), cool shares about meeting Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney, Billy Gibbons, Eric Clapton... fo…
 
Martin talks about opening up for Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, and Led Zeppelin… Playing with Paul McCartney and Gary Moore, and why Alvin Lee was difficult to work with… the exact guitars and amps he used in the studio and on tour… his favorite Jethro Tull song… music that influenced him and helped form his unique style, much more… His pass…
 
Doug shares some cool stories about playing with Roberto Carlos, Kenny Loggins, and Al Stewart… his greatest ongoing challenge over his career and how he deals with it… why he makes it a point to stay humble… and some great advice to other players - and in fact, to anyone who’s ever been intimidated about doing something. 100% Raw and uncut, great …
 
On this Frank Solivan Interview: moving from California to Alaska and hustling like crazy to start his music career, joining the Navy and the ups and downs that came along with this… forming Dirty Kitchen and finally achieving the dream of being an independent artist, being “forced” to sing and the surprise once he started, dealing with the loss of…
 
On this Sara Niemietz Interview: getting her first break in acting and the highs and lows of growing her career in music… the good (and the not so good) aspects of the acting business in Hollywood, putting herself out there and creating opportunities, the benefits of not pushing to make things work, having a personal relationship with her higher po…
 
On this Rob Garland Interview, how to start your life over: In spite of having to start over professionally twice and personally once more… and dealing with an unknown medical illness for the last 10 years, Rob Garland is one of the most positive and optimistic people you’ll ever meet. We went pretty deep on this one, talking about divorce… struggl…
 
Adam started playing later than most, but believed in himself enough to say “Yes” to everything, and managed to play all the time as a result. Some really cool stories about working with Glen Campbell, Iggy Pop, Ziggy Marley… self-loathing and not giving a shit what others think… raising children and trying to balance everything, more. Really relax…
 
On this John Jackson Interview: Inside stories about working with Bob Dylan (good, bad and otherwise…), Terri Gibbs, Lucinda Williams, Shelby Lynn, Tom Jones, Minton Sparks, Sweethearts of the Rodeo… sharing the stage with George Harrison (GREAT story!), Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Jerry Garcia… getting college advice from John McLaughlin, while…
 
On this Jimmy Haslip Interview: TONS of cool stories about meeting & playing with Robben Ford, Russell Ferrante, Ricky Lawson, Jeff Lorber, Rick Derringer, Michael Bolton, Michael Landau, Donald Fagen, Carmine & Vinny Appice, Bruce & Bob Kulick, Steve Lukather, Tommy Bolin, Michael Penn, Gino Vannelli, Diana Ross, Joe Walsh, Dave Mason, Vinny Colai…
 
The lead singer of the Saturday Night Live band since 1991, Christine is also the leader of Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez (6 CD’s & a DVD). Christine’s played with Ian Hunter, Brian Wilson, Sting, Nona Hendryx, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Ronnie Spector, Sonny Landreth, Taj Majal, Lucinda Williams, and many others. And she shares stories about…
 
Tomo Fujita grew up in Kyoto, Japan, and at age 19 won a full scholarship to attend Berklee. Only problem was... he didn’t speak a word of English. He came to America and only through sheer hustle and determination, things worked out. He wound up becoming a member of the faculty at Berklee, and has taught some famous students, such as Eric Krasno, …
 
On this David Levita Interview: Living on his own at 15 in NYC… LOADS of cool stories about working with Tim McGraw, Dr. Dre, Alanis Morissette, Hannah Montana (a valuable lesson), Eminem, Sara Bareilles, Beth Ditto, Matisyahu, Stuart & Miles Copeland, Paul Gilbert... getting over throat cancer, losing his mother and his grandfather at a young age……
 
Will was injured during the Vietnam war and once he came home, he attended college, took his GI Bill funds... and purchased a $5,000 stereo. He also practiced guitar no less than 8 hours a day. Will shares some amazing stories about the brilliance of Michael Nesmith, why Chas Chandler scheduled Hendrix to open for the Monkees, why Hendrix then got …
 
Producer, sideman, session player and top online instructor, Corey shares his journey through music and all the side hustles he’s had along the way. He also talks about growing up in a blue collar household and some of the challenges this presented… valuable lessons he’s learned which contributed to his own personal growth and development… a tip fo…
 
On this John Ashton Interview: The rise and fall of the Psychedelic Furs and how things might have been different, the serendipitous (and also scary) events that occurred in John's life that brought him to music and to the Furs… hie less than idyllic childhood and how he managed to create a life for himself in spite of this, watching Free, Bowie, a…
 
LOADS of amazingly cool stories here, including working with BB King, Gary Moore, Leo Sayer, Brian May, Mutt Lange, Genesis, Moving Hearts, The Corrs, others… Paul McCartney & Eric Clapton watching Anto at soundcheck, auditioning for Genesis, the event that caused Anto to play all night long for 12 hours… and why he “Was a completely different play…
 
On this Derek Frank Interview: Influences on making his latest LP and his approach to writing these tracks, what he learned from making the record, how he showcased his bass but not at the expense of the other musicians, funk, 1970’s cop shows, Covid, and more. GREAT chat, high energy… comes with Derek’s original ELG episode as well If you’d like t…
 
On this Dave Roe Interview: Getting sober after waking and baking for over 30 years, growing up in Hawaii… moving to Nashville & his first gig there - with Jerry Reed!... the incredible career path he’s had that’s forced him to continue growing as a person and as a musician, some pretty harsh mistakes he made and how he wound up correcting them,. h…
 
On this Jonathan Maron Interview: Going from “music is just a hobby,” to getting record contracts on TWO separate projects at once, the ups and downs of working in a band with 10 members… working with Maxwell, Curtis Mayfield, Donny McCaslin, Tupac, Meshell Ndegeocello… how to handle not being busy in the music industry, making better artistic choi…
 
On this Rodney Mills Interview, stories galore and behind the scenes with Lynyrd Skynyrd (first 4 LPs), 38 Special (4 LPs), The Radiators, Second Coming (Dickey Betts & Berry Oakley), Gregg Allman, Atlanta Rhythm Section, James Brown (couple of hilarious stories!), The Winstons, the “Amen Break” (most sampled drum fill in history, Rodney engineered…
 
On this Robben Ford Interview, literally dozens of personal stories including seeing Jimi Hendrix, Albert King, Mike Bloomfield, John Mayall and Mick Taylor in concert back in the late 60’s… Stories about working with Joni Mitchell, George Harrison (how they met is pretty cool), Greg Allman and Miles Davis… why he put his career on hold to study Bu…
 
On this Luther Dickinson Interview, moving to Mississippi and how it changed his life, when to be critical - and when NOT to (GREAT lesson for anyone), dealing with the loss of his father, working with The Black Crowes, David Hidalgo and Mato Nanji, how he gets his tone, changes made from having children, embracing getting more serious about his mu…
 
On this Paul Jackson Interview: Some great stories here, including how his mom turned him on to Motley Crue and changed his life, forever… some wonderful life lessons his parents taught him, a cool story about how he met and fell in love with his wife, his vintage guitars, gratitude and more. A real class act, amazing guitarist and key member of on…
 
On this Seth Taylor Interview: how this youngest of 5 children wound up playing guitar when none of his siblings played any instruments, moving to Nashville, his experiences in both owning a band / being a band member vs. a side man, staying incredibly busy during Covid - by saying “Yes” to everything for many years before that, and loads more - su…
 
Mike Wanchic Interview: This was an absolutely KILLER conversation! Mike absorbed and learned the basics of music and guitar from the recovering heroin addicts (all professional jazz musicians), in a well-known hospital his father ran… meeting John Mellencamp & how the band slowly progressed by deliberately tweaking various aspects of their sound a…
 
So many great stories Ricky told here. Like that time he ran into Cher in his local pharmacy… or the time Gregg Allman asked Ricky to keep Gregg’s new custom Harley in Ricky’s garage, so Cher wouldn’t find out about it… Or how Capricorn (and all the other record labels) screwed their artists by including this ONE paragraph in each contract… why he …
 
On this Gordon Kennedy Interview: the ONE thing Eric Clapton really wanted to know... integrity and other lessons learned from his father, Nashville A-List member Jerry Kennedy… some great stories about working with Jerry Reed, Garth Brooks, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Peter Frampton… the business highs and lows of being a songwriter, being threate…
 
Ian gets up close and personal during this conversation and talks about the things that allowed him to hang in there during those parts of his journey when it was looking pretty bleak… the tremendous influence of his dad, who was one of the top Buddhist scholars in the country… the backstory to some of his greatest hits, his resiliency, his wife an…
 
Liberty DeVitto Interview: Lib on getting over his anger towards Billy Joel & learning to forgive, let go and choose to be happy, instead. Getting (and staying) sober… Details of his experiences playing in communist USSR, Cuba, and Madison Square Garden… the blessing and curse of having music as your muse & learning to find himself outside of musi……
 
Smokey’s adventures in life have been plentiful, including learning the blues from Peter Fonda, vacationing with Larry Hagman, calling up Barney Kessel to ask him for guitar lessons, at age 12, playing 70,000 seat auditoriums with Beck, playing lead guitar with The Blasters, calling Little Richard (and Richard pranking Smokey on the phone), working…
 
Robbie talks about surviving cancer, and how it changed his life… what it was like playing with Roger Waters, and performing in front of audiences as large as 300,000, how The Wall tour made so much money, his experience working with Eddie Vedder, being more compassionate, loads of other cool stuff. One of the warmest people I’ve had the pleasure o…
 
During this conversation, Bryan talks about his top 3 musical experiences, dealing with undeserving feelings, getting out of his own way, Eddie Van Halen, how to play faster in bluegrass, his best childhood memory, family, guitar, The Legend of Zelda, and more. This is a rare, extremely candid, and very personal glimpse into the life of one of the …
 
Tommy talks about how he met Gregg & Duane Allman, recording at Criteria Recording Studios in Miami when he was 16 years old. Great stories about playing at both the Fillmore East and West, about Bill Graham, why Cowboy didn’t have a higher profile as a band, dealing with the loss of his dad, at age 5, and re-connecting with the love of his life af…
 
On this Gail Ann Dorsey Interview, Gail talked about challenges and obstacles she faced growing up in the West Philly hood, and her tenacity & resourcefulness to overcome. The irony of attending film school and it being a horrible experience, yet also being the vehicle that was most important to launching her music career.Moving to London, how she …
 
On the heels of releasing his second LP, one of the funkiest rhythm players around talks about using Kickstarter as a platform, managing time, balancing work and family, the series of challenges he’s had along the way in his career, how he handled a potentially life-threatening medical condition he had to deal with at age 16 - and how it permanentl…
 
On this Aaron Marshall Interview, Aaron opens up and has a very frank discussion about the turnover in his band, including the specifics of what happened, the best solution he’s found (after trying many), and what he learned from this experience. The most stressful part of having his heart surgery, story of how he started Intervals on a whim when h…
 
Ron talks about what happened over the last 9 years, and how tragedies the band had to deal with, inspired them to make a new record and start playing live, once again. Life in the Netherlands and how it’s different from America, how he overcame his biggest obstacle, becoming a dad… and Texas Ribs! Great conversation with an amazing guitarist, incr…
 
On this Noah Levy Interview, playing his first gig at age 13, the challenges of working with your brother in a band... having to face the reality of “your band just isn’t working out,” after such a long time. Getting the gig and working with The BoDeans, Peter Frampton, Golden Smog, Brian Setzer, Tift Merritt… dealing with family illness and addict…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support On this Joe Barresi Interview, the incredible drive and passion Joe has for his craft, and how he made short-term sacrifices to build a long-term and highly successful career as one of the top mix engineers in hard rock. Working with Kyuss, Tool, Monster Magnet, Fu Manch…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Nir shares his early influences, including his musical maternal grandmother… why he uses 13’s on his ‘94 Strat, best NYC foods, working for Arlen Roth and Hot Licks, as a kid, being present and not looking forward or backwards, best pizza in Brooklyn, and more. Cool conv…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support On this Greg Martin Interview: subbing for Ed King and why he didn’t join Lynyrd Skynyrd (NOT what you’re thinking), a history of his solo projects outside of the Headhunters, the joyful way his new LP came about, the privilege of fellowship and camaraderie, Greg’s radio…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Fresh off the release of his Samarkind’s full-length album, Michal shares his story about emigrating from Poland to Ireland, and having faith things would work out… why he went back to school to study guitar as an adult, even though he’d been playing professionally for y…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support On this Mike Krompass Interview, a very heartfelt conversation about Mike losing his dad when he was only 18 months old, and how this has impacted his life… his drive and passion which compelled him to play as many, and all kinds of gigs - and made him curious enough to …
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support On this Casey James interview, the impact a serious motorcycle accident and resulting near-death experience had on his life, playing close to 400 shows in 365 days & what this did for him, the story of how he wound up on American Idol and the challenges and oddities of b…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Kirk talks about growing up with two older brothers in his parent’s house in Compton, and the impact his father (who was a pastor) had on his life. He also shares the biggest obstacles he’s had to deal with and the advice he wishes someone had given him, earlier on in hi…
 
If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support On this Chris Luquette interview, how he learned to blend genres to make bluegrass very accessible, why he’s so driven, early career challenges, family support, backstory to his new solo record, adjusting to NYC, keeping your ears open, and more from this incredibly tale…
 
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