E30: Garrett Bryan

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After a lot of joint procrastination, Quayde and Garrett Bryan finally sit down before Garrett’s album release at Magnolia Motor Lounge. You may know him from Callahan Divide, but after a clean break with those guys, he’s starting out on a solo career. They talk about the first CD Garrett ever bought, the inspiration behind Aliens & Ice Cream, and the future of radio. We also hear a story about how he was almost eaten by an elk in Ruidoso. So listen in, then go grab a copy of Garrett’s Break the Levee on any of the music channels you partake in. We’ll leave you with this: respect the shuffle.

E28: Giovannie Yanez

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Listen in as Quayde banters back and forth with Giovannie Yanez of Giovannie & The Hired Guns. Gio and his guys are from the Lipan/Stephenville area – one of the many heaters coming out of that scene. You may know him as the guy who wears white slacks with cowboy boots, or a Bob Ross t-shirt. We hear about why their tour manager won’t drive their band van, the vibration sensation, and how sometimes tour dates don’t necessarily make sense with travel patterns. Also, catch a subtle pun about their drummer Adam, and how he’s always on time. The band’s got an album out called Bad Habits, available on all the different platforms you can get music on. Go forth and find it.

E23: Aaron Einhouse

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Aaron Einhouse and Quayde stowed away in the band van before the last street show at The Blue Light. Aaron discusses his creative drive to just make stuff that wasn’t there before, doing his own videos and artwork for his songs. We discuss the mountain states they’ve been hitting, and those populations being genuinely hungry for the music – we’re pretty spoiled here in Texas. We talk about recording at Jumping Dog Studio with Ron Flynt, where Walt Wilkins records his albums, and how the road has become Aaron’s office. This podcast gets a lot of cameos from other artists, radio DJs and bandmates. Listen in to hear who shows up.

E20: Read Southall

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Quayde’s chillin’ at the Clarion Hotel in Lubbock with Read Southall and his bandmates. Read made his mark in his home state of Oklahoma with sell-out crowds, and is now taking off in the Texas scene. He’s gone from the quintessential sad songs (go listen to Six String Sorrow before he takes it off the web), to getting more into the southern rock genre as the band continues to grow their sound. They’ve been pounding the pavement, and let us in on a crazy road story from the Wild West, aka San Angelo. Also, if you see a trailer on the side of I-49 in Fayetteville, it’s the Read Southall Band’s. They may or may not go get it, stay tuned.