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Best Fried Pickles podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Fried Pickles podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Random Topics, but my go to topics are: games, TV-Movie multiverses, SCI-FI, Traveling Asia and Africa, Genealogy, Super Heroes, and Comic Books, and the Bible. Usually keeping it rated PG-13. If you like this channel, please show your support by following, liking, donating, and spreading the word! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/redx/support
 
Each Friday, My First Band features a long-form interview with a different notable musician about all of the projects that preceded what you know them for. We discuss their musical origins, and we trace a few of their embarrassing high school bands and other associated bands that happened before they broke out. This show digs deeper than any Wikipedia page or band bio would ever dare to go. And, sometimes, the guests will even share some of their old songs. You can expect to hear a lot of in ...
 
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Crystal Richard is surely one of New Brunswick’s best ambassadors. The voice behind East Coast Mermaid, Crystal shares her love for coastal life throughout the Eastern seaboard, but particularly highlights her home province – including... The post New Brunswick Fried Clams, Beach Glass Hunting, and more with the East Coast Mermaid appeared first on…
 
Imagine having several epic, international family travel adventures planned for 2020 — and then having to pivot to a staycation. That’s the summer experience facing travel blogger Pauline Axford and her family. Thankfully, their slow... The post Pickle Planet Podcast: Tips for Local Exploring with Kids appeared first on Pickle Planet Moncton.…
 
These days, you probably know Poli van Dam as one of the singers, guitarists and founding members of The Bombpops. The Los-Angeles-based band has quickly earned notoriety in the punk rock realm and recently released an excellent sophomore album, Death In Venice Beach, on Fat Wreck Chords. Before Poli was touring relentlessly and sharing the stage w…
 
These days, listeners know Jayke Orvis as the fast-picking mandolin virtuoso and banjo player in The Goddamn Gallows. Long before he was touring relentlessly with the Gallows, helping to invent the "streetgrass" sub-genre with .357 String Band and serving as the namesake of Jayke Orvis & The Broken Band though, Orvis was hosting basement shows and …
 
Listeners all around the world know Nick Wiger from his work as the co-host of Doughboys — a popular podcast about chain restaurants — and a video game podcast called How Did This Get Played?, along with his off-mic career as a television writer. Long before "The Burger Boy" was making a living with his fast-food musings, the SoCal surfer dude was …
 
Aaron Mader has made quite a name for himself in the music industry. That name just happens to be "Lazerbeak." Using the moniker, the co-founder and CEO of Doomtree has released an abundance of his own music, produced songs with the likes of Lizzo, P.O.S, Mac Lethal and Dessa and delved into the world of artist management. Long before Mader was a M…
 
“Apart for now. Not forever.” That’s the message New Brunswick is sending to the world during this pandemic-impacted summer. A media campaign and website, nbalways.ca, are working to remind people near and far that Canada’s ‘picture... The post New Brunswick Staycation Bucket List Ideas appeared first on Pickle Planet Moncton.…
 
Mike Park is nothing short of a ska punk legend. Beyond being an activist and a touring musician with more than 30 years of onstage experience, Park is best-known for his work with Asian Man Records. The label's founder/owner/pretty much everything else started Asian Man in his parents' house in 1996. In the 24 years since that humble beginning, Pa…
 
Before he was traversing the continent, touring Europe and sharing the stage with some legendary punk-rock powerhouses, the singer-songwriter listeners now know as Walt Hamburger was just a guy named Walt Lontkowski who fronted little-known bands in Northeast Wisconsin and had no expectations of making a living as a full-time musician. Thanks to un…
 
If you've been keeping up on Milwaukee entertainment and culture coverage at any point in the last 15 years or so, you're likely very familiar with the work of Matt Wild. Before co-founding Milwaukee Record with My First Band host Tyler Maas in early 2014, Wild served as the City Editor of Milwaukee's branch of The A.V. Club and got the occasional …
 
Did you ever have a moment where one person showed up and set you on a new path? I can vividly remember several points in my childhood where my natural inclinations and talents were directed... The post Chatting with one of our favourite children’s authors, Tracey West appeared first on Pickle Planet Moncton.…
 
On Day 25 of staying at home to flatten the curve, Jenna & Tosh invite counsellor Kerri Gaskin back to the podcast to talk about maintaining our mental wellness in this time of uncertainty. Join us for an honest discussion among... The post Checking in on each other’s mental wellness during COVID-19 appeared first on Pickle Planet Moncton.…
 
Compared to many other musicians, Todd Bell got kind of a late start. He more than made up for it, however, when the second band he ever played in would end up becoming one of the most influential emo bands of all time. After first picking up a bass in his early 20s and playing a few house shows in a band he formed with a skating buddy, Bell wound …
 
Well, this wasn't supposed to happen, but strange and uncertain times call for desperate measures. With Milwaukee (and much of the world) under quarantine and social isolation for the foreseeable future, we're simply no longer able to record My First Band episodes in person at this point. Rather than shelve the show for a few months, we decided to …
 
Caleb Westphal is best-known for his amazing fish fry streak, which currently stands at 325 consecutive Fridays (and counting!). This impressive, hyper-specific and unarguably Midwestern feat has earned the Milwaukee writer attention from national publications, a cameo on a fish fry-focused documentary and — as chance would have it — a spot in a ba…
 
As the energetic singer and spellbinding guitarist of Tiny Moving Parts, Dylan Mattheisen — along with his cousins/bandmates William and Matthew Chevalier — has toured the world over, built an impressive fan base that's grown with each of the band's seven full-lengths, and helped put his hometown of Benson, Minnesota, on the map. Before Mattheisen …
 
Even if you don't know who Joe Wong is, you're almost certainly aware of his work. The Los Angeles-based composer and producer can be heard on television shows like Russian Doll, Ugly Delicious, Master of None and Superjail, as well as films like To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss. He also co-produced Fred A…
 
Christopher Porterfield has experienced a great deal of the ups and downs the music industry has to offer. He's been signed, toured the continent, performed on national television and shared the stage with some of the planet's most celebrated musicians. Along the way, he's dealt with album cycles, promotional pushes, label changes and false promise…
 
It took a great deal of time and almost as much disappointment in the process, but Andrew Winistorfer is finally making a living as a music writer. Since coming on as the editorial director for Vinyl Me, Please, Winistorfer spearheaded the record subscription service's music coverage and assembled a staff of skilled contributors to assist him. Alon…
 
After more than 20 years away, Giants Chair is back! The seminal Kansas City post-hardcore band, which went on an indefinite hiatus in 1997, didn't just come back for some reunion shows: They wrote a brand-new album. Giants Chair will release its loooooooong-awaited third record, Prefabylon, on Dec. 6. Just because the band wasn't active since the …
 
Mike Felumlee has the special distinction of being both the former and current drummer of Smoking Popes. Between stints in the seminal Chicago punk band, the percussionist spent a few years playing drums in Alkaline Trio. Along the way, he started a solo project, began a record label and stepped away from music for a few years before getting back b…
 
This week's guests are Carl Nichols and Johanna Rosa, a duo who makes beautiful music together as Nickel&Rose. Since the folk project formed roughly three years ago, the pair has played all around Europe, toured around the continental United States and shared the stage with The SteelDrivers among others. Before Nichols and Rose found each other and…
 
Listeners throughout Milwaukee, all around the Midwest and in Rob Gronkowski's car know Kellen Abston for his extensive, eclectic and altogether impressive body of work he's released under the name Klassik. Over Klassik's near-10-year run, the rapper, producer and multi-instrumentalist has earned oodles of attention in the local scene, opened for a…
 
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