Friday, August 11, 2017

The Jukebox Graduate (Episode 04): The House That Built Elvis

Episode four of The Jukebox Graduate is a good old-fashioned conversation about music and how it makes us think. After explaining why JohnStamos does the intro Eugene Edwards talks about his visit to Elvis's childhood home. Cindy Wasserman briefly graces the show to introduce a song by her band Dead Rock West, plus we get to hear a track from the Sadies. After that the guys discuss how music has influenced their politics.


Dave Rayburn and Eugene go over new releases by Lana Del ReyLordeLukas Nelson, and the new duet album by Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer.


Dave spotlights the Noise Noise Noise Records label and a new release by Andrew Liles. Then things get weird as the guys chat about "Frankie Teardrop" by Suicide.

And speaking of suicide, they talk about the price of fame.

If you REALLY dug this particular episode, here is our companion Spotify playlist that puts to music nearly everything that we touched upon. Dig in and discover something you've never heard before. That's what it's all about!

This episode of The Jukebox Graduate is brought to you by Satellite Amplifiers.

In between episodes, be sure to catch Eugene Edwards on tour with Dwight Yoakam at a venue near you!

Also, head over to Discussions Magazine to read Dave Rayburn's recent Q&A with Robyn Hitchcock.

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