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Episode 11 - Tessa Hope Hasty - Feral Lux
What a joy it was to travel up to Bonny Doon, California to the home of painter Tessa Hope Hasty. We sipped tea while looking out the window at her paintings (she often paints outside) and a fine stand of lavender. In a wide ranging interview we talked about her life, her family, and her creative pursuits. Enjoy episode 11! Check out her art at TessaHopeHasty.com This episode produced by Warren Jones. Theme music by Wendell Fishman.
Episode 010 - Dorris Welch - Sanctuary Cruises
I first met Dorris Welch while playing a gig on her whale watching boat (SanctuaryCruises.com). Her energy and knowledge of marine life made for a fascinating and entertaining trip. It was a joy to get a chance to meet up with her again and hear her story. Enjoy episode 10! This episode produced by Warren Jones. Theme music by Wendell Fishman.
Episode 009 - Doug Dirt - Banana Slug String Band
What a wonderful and inspiring interview with full time musician and environmental education minstrel Doug Dirt of the Banana Slug String Band. Doug has lived a full and adventurous life. Enjoy the show!
Episode 008 - Megan Bell - Margins Wine
Another cold and rainy day and another wonderful interview. This episode I speak with winemaker Megan Bell of Margins Wine and we learn about her story and her favorite wine, Chenin Blanc. Enjoy the show! Check out Margins Wine online at www.marginswine.com.
Episode 007 - Benjamin Malament - California Honeydrops
On a cool March morning that turns into a rainy day, I head down to Lonely Mountin Farm in Corralitos, California for a fantastic interview with Benjamin Malament, drummer for The California Honeydrops. We talk about music, the band’s history, and Ben recommends the book When They Call You A Terorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Cullors. Enjoy the show!
Episode 006 - Daniel and Zhanara - Empire Grade Purveyors
I headed up the hill today to Bonny Doon, California to interview Daniel and Zhanara of Empire Grade Purveyors (www.empiregradepurveyors.com). What a fantastic interview that ranged from creating art to making artisanal bread to multi-generational households and more. And here’s the non-profit who’s name we couldn’t remember - https://fruitcruz.org. Enjoy the show! Produced by Warren Jones. Theme music by Wendell Fishman
Episode 005 - Robby Honda - Tanuki Cider
It’s a cool and foggy night in Santa Cruz, California and the conversation and the cider are flowing freely. I sit down for a fantastic conversation with cider maker Robby Honda of Tanuki Cider. Definitely a don’t miss episode. Enjoy the show! This episode produced by Warren Jones. Theme music by Wendell Fishman.
Episode 004 - Rita Hosking
Recorded in Village Homes on a rainy day in Davis, CA, this episode is a fascinating interview with singer/songwriter Rita Hosking that ventures from coal miners to New York City to heroic journeys to “twang”. And Rita performs a couple of songs too! Check Rita’s musical world out at RitaHosking.com. This episode produced by Warren Jones. Theme music by Wendell Fishman.
Episode 001 - Musician Keith Cary
In this very first episode I travel to Winters, California to interview musician and instrument repair guy and an all-around fascinating person Keith Cary. We sit in his well loved and well used repair shop / barn and discuss his journey. I’m so happy with how it turned out and I hope you enjoy it too. And by the way, there’s no such place as Portland, California. I meant Portland, Oregon. Enjoy the show! Need an instrument built or repaired by Keith? Email him at Kcary@dcn.org. This...