This week on the Patcast, we sit down with Gabe Saporta, lead singer and philosopher of the band Cobra Starship. He tells us about his early days in Midtown and Humble Beginnings, and the path that led him to Cobra Starship’s electro-pop-punk sensibility. Live from New York, it’s another session of conversation and live music on this week’s Patcast.
John Fox is one of the nicest and most charismatic people in the entire NFL organization. As head coach of the Denver Broncos, he’s built a team in the mile high city that’s a serious contender and under his leadership, his team is poised for another great year. He happens to be a Train fan as well, and he came out to see us play at Red Rocks, and sat down for a conversation about football, life, and what it’s like to have one of the craziest, most stressful jobs in sports. Listen below
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Happy Labor Day! Our guest this week survived the era of 80s hair metal, and today he tells his story. As the drummer and a founding member of the band Danger Danger, he toured with all the biggest acts of the 80s and early 90s, and saw the meteoric rise of the metal scene. On today’s Patcast, we sit down with for some stories, live music, and a great interview with Steve West.
Lyle Workman is one hell of a talented guitar player. After playing on the Pat Monahan solo record years ago, we lost touch with him for a while, but in the meantime Lyle’s been very busy becoming one of the most in-demand session musicians and touring guitarists in the music industry, and the go-to soundtrack guy for almost every single Judd Apatow movie! You might be aware of him, but you’ve already heard him. Get to know Lyle Workman this week on the Patcast…
Striking Matches are a brand new country duo out of Nashville, Tennessee. Before opening for Train in Tahoe, Justin and Sarah took the time to sit down with us and tell their story and play some music. They’ve just wrapped up recording their first record, and you can hear a lot of their songs on the tv show Nashville And this week, you can find out more about them on the Patcast! Listen below:
The Gin Blossoms got started in the late 80s, and by the mid 90s, they had written some huge hits. They toured the world and released a lot of great music, and after a brief hiatus got back to touring together in 2001. They’ve survived some really difficult times as a band, and this week they tell us their story—right here on the Patcast. Listen below
It was his birthday yesterday so let’s #tbt to when Travie McCoy was on Patcast!