Archive for ‘Talk Thursday To Me’

November 19, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – William Elliott Whitmore

Today we catch up with our long time friend William Elliott Whitmore to talk fatherhood, his new album I’m With You and his side project Dope Walker.

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November 12, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – Chris Kupersmith

Today we talk to Chris Kupersmith about the new The ShackUps record, the band’s beginning as a Personal Growth project and his involvement in Hoosier Music Corporation.

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October 22, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – Jeff Grant

Today we catch up with Jeff Grant to talk about the new release from Full Sun, his visual art and Spice World.

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October 15, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – Adam Turla

Photo by Michael Ford

Today we catch up with old friend of the blog Adam Turla from Murder by Death about their new Patreon and upcoming Holiday album.

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October 8, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – JR Mcintire

Art by Dahlia Blue.

Today we catch up with JR Mcintire (Arctic Char, Sleepybeard) to talk about staying appreciative in tough times and his new solo project Daughterman and the debut EP Fugaces Nunc.

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September 24, 2020

Talk Thursday To Me – Jeremy Brightbill

Today we catch up with old friend of the blog Jeremy Brightbill to find out about his move to Louisville, KY and how the work is progressing.

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September 17, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – Wife Patrol

Today we talk with Wife Patrol about their new album, playing online shows during the pandemic and the opportunities brought forth from this unique moment in history.

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September 3, 2020

Talk Thursday to Me – Mishka Shubaly

Today we catch up with singer-songwriter / author / cat daddy Mishka Shubaly about what he’s been doing during the pandemic and his excellent new releases I’ll Be Gone and I Thought More People Would Be Here – both available on Bandcamp here.

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August 20, 2020

Talk Thursday To Me – Samantha Crain


One of the best parts of bringing Postcard Elba out of cryostasis is that we can catch up with old friends of the blog. It’s especially sweet when one of those old friends just dropped a career changing album that it is destined to make many a Best Of list at the end of the year and/or decade.

Samantha Crain’s new album “A Small Death” is a gorgeous, lush, intimate album that is a watershed moment for an artist who has consistently released great albums. We were stoked to sit down and chat with Samantha about the new album and what she’s up to now.

December 29, 2011

Talk Thursday to Me: Lydia Loveless

Today we talk with Lydia Loveless about her first headlining tour, inspirations, song writing and picklebacks.

 

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