This episode, Ol' Aaron Funky Fingers welcomes hometown friend, bassist, touring musician Dane Poppin onto the show. They discuss his early love of music, what it was like taking a chance, and how he deals with the life of being a full time touring musican. They also discuss hobbies and beer, and Aaron reads poetry.
This episode, 'Ol Aaron Lotsa Beer, welcomes long time friend, and basically family, Jake Stutsman onto the show. We discuss his growing up, making a big move at 16, how guitar struck him at an early age, and lots music talk. Plus his new songs and Sonic Karma. Go watch the video for "Roll The Dice", and check out Jake's other songs.
This episode, Ol' Aaron Too BiG O Feet welcomed John Michael Cordes into the studio. They discussed his childhood, him discovering prog at an early age, and getting rejected from music school. Plus they discuss their favorite bands, drummers, and more. Falco joins the show, and Aaron reads poetry.
This episode, Ol' Aaron Fire Face welcomes our old host Jason onto the show. They catch the listeners up, discuss Colorado, and work. They also discuss restaurant names, and childrens ponzi schemes. Plus a new guided meditation from Falco, and a new segment, Poetry corner, or something like that. I just don't know.
This episode, 'Ol Aaron Weak Jaw is back, and this time he brought a friend. Benjamin Charles returns to the podcast. Hes a singer, musician, lyricist and artist, BJJ practitioner, and so much more. We discussed dickies, the quarantine, yoga, MMA, Ligature Marks, and suprisingly, much more. Plus another meditation from Falco.
This episode, Ol' Aaron Singletits rambled about cavemen, or cave-persons, pudding, mask eyes, and Cinco de Mayo.
Hello friends. This episode, Ol' Aaron by himself, rallies through an hour of Isolation, a sharp lawnmower, Good Boys, and the best video game ever. He also struggles with the pressure of talking alone, and sends out a request, politely.
Well folks. The band is breaking up, but the podcast is not over. Our illustrious cohost, Jason Smith, is moving to Colorado. This is the farewell episode, with him live in the studio. there will be calls, there will be laughs. much love. many hearts.
This episode, The guys welcome Brendon Mount into the studio. They discussed his music, band B.R. Mount and the Doubt. He played some live music on the show, and also shared some of his favorite vinyls with us. Plus, another round of question time.
This episode, the guys have a chat, with themselves, some big news, and another podcast first.