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Garrett Dutton, better known as G. Love, is a hip hop bluesman and the frontman of G. Love & Special Sauce. He is a frequent touring partner of Jack Johnson. Here we have compiled some of his interviews and live performances.

Garrett Dutton, better known as G. Love, is a hip hop bluesman and the frontman of G. Love & Special Sauce. He is a frequent touring partner of Jack Johnson. Here we have compiled some of his interviews and live performances.
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Garrett Dutton, better known as G. Love, is a hip hop bluesman and the frontman of G. Love & Special Sauce. He is a frequent touring partner of Jack Johnson. Here we have compiled some of his interviews and live performances.

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@glove

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English


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Music Business Radio: Bonus Content - G. Love

11/22/2017
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G. Love recently dropped by out flagship station, WRLT. We didn't have time to record a full episode of Music Business Radio, but here's an interview Dan Buckley did with him, which has some good information about the music business.... (Music Business Radio, 2/28/2014)

WXPN: World Cafe Words and Music - G. Love

11/22/2017
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The hip-hop bluesman, G Love, first came to notice with his band Special Sauce and party anthems like Cold Beverage. Joining G on his latest album are the rootsy Avett Brothers, who encouraged him to tap his country blues influences on Fixin' to Die. In this session, G. Love performs solo in front of a live World Cafe audience and talks about his start as a street musician in the early '90s. (WXPN's World Cafe Words and Music, 4/11/2011)

WNKU: In-Studio Concerts podcast G. Love LIVE In-Studio On 89.7 WNKU 4-10-0

11/22/2017
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G. Love LIVE In-Studio on 89.7 WNKU April 10, 2009 (find out more about G. Love Special Sauce at www.philadelphonic.com). (WNKU's In-Studio Concerts podcast, 4/13/2009)

WFUV: Take Five - G. Love

11/22/2017
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G. Love and Special Sauce have played a unique hybrid of blues and hip-hop for a long time now, but G Love's new solo album "Fixin' To Die" takes his work in a new direction--country blues. He joined WFUV's Alisa Ali for a conversation and performance in Studio A. (WFUV's Take Five, 2/21/2011)