Running The Voodoo Down – Shake, Ramble, and Roll

What makes a person decide to take to the road in a rock and roll band, and what is life like on the other side of normal? An interview with Daniel Blum of Tumbleweed Wanderers.

Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv production.

Guest: Daniel Blum (tumbleweedwanderers.com)
Music: Tumbleweed Wanderers (tumbleweedwanderers.com)

Credits:

Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineers: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox

 

Running The Voodoo Down – Walking On The Moon (With Roger Rocha)

Reflections on making it as a band with 4 Non Blondes guitarist Roger Rocha: it’s never an easy ride.

Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv Production – (http://bamm.tv).

Credits:

Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineers: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox
Guest: Roger Rocha – Be sure to check out Roger’s killer band – The Goldenhearts – at http://thegoldenhearts.com

Music: 4 Non Blondes (http://www.fournonblondes.com/), The Goldenhearts (http://thegoldenhearts.com), Kelly McFarling (http://kellymcfarling.com), Sioux City Kid (http://siouxcitykid.com), Quinn DeVeaux and the Blue Beat Review (http://quinndevaux.com), and Benjamin Andrews (http://benjaminandrews.com)

 

Running The Voodoo Down – Words with Friends

How do you pick the words you’re going  to sing every night for the rest of your life as a musician? A lyrical journey with Avi Vinocur and John Elliott.

Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv Production – (http://bamm.tv).

Credits:

Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineers: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox
Guests: Avi Vinocur and John Elliott

Music by Goodnight, Texas (Avi Vinocur) – www.hiwearegoodnighttexashowareyou.com; John Elliott – www.thehereafterishere.com; as well as Benjamin Andrews – benjaminandrews.bandcamp.com; Kelly McFarling – www.kellymcfarling.com; and Andrew Laubacher – www.andrewdrums.com

Running The Voodoo Down – Blues & The Abstract Truth

When it comes to music, how timely is timeless? A conversation with Quinn DeVeaux about taking the past and making it your own.

Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv production.

Credits:
Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineer: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox
Guests: Quinn DeVeaux, Kenan O’Brien, Chris Seibert, Cairo McCockran, Asha-ti Tyehimba Ford, and Matthew MacGuillivray
Music provided by Quinn DeVeaux & The Blue Beat Review (http://quinndeveaux.com). Outro piano by Chris Seibert.

Voodoo Riffs – Lounging with Lulu

Composer Wendy Reid writes for trumpet, cello, violin, and African grey parrot? An interview about an unusual (and feathery) musical partnership.

African grey parrots are generally considered one of the most intelligent birds in the world. They can live for over 50 years, and – if taught to speak – they can carry conversations with humans.  They can sing, mimic, and speak. Actually, why hasn’t someone done this before?

Wendy Reid & Lulu

Wendy Reid & Lulu

This is the very first edition of Voodoo Riffs. Unlike the main episodes of Running The Voodoo Down, which are focused around a single question or topic of some kind, Riffs are off the cuff, no-frills interviews with fascinating musicians. Voodoo after dark, so to speak, with a drink in one hand and a microphone in the other.

Enjoy!

Running the Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv production.

Credits:

Created by Micah Dubreuil

Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen

Producer: Micah Dubreuil

Sound and Recording Engineer: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox

Guests: Wendy Reid, Lulu

Music: “Tree Piece 55 – Lulu Variations” provided by Wendy Reid. To hear more check out www.treepieces.net

 

Running The Voodoo Down – Growing Up Grooving

What’s it like to be in the family band? A look into musical families featuring Megan Keely and The Stone Foxes.

The Stone Foxes are the kick in the pants at the core of any barn-burning rock and roll band. With the Koehler brothers at the center, the band has released 3 albums and played hundreds of raucous shows.  You may also recognize their music from Sons Of Anarchy, Shameless, or one particularly catchy Jack Daniel’s commercial. Their story of growing up playing music together is touching and goes deeper than you might imagine.

 

Megan has a beautiful voice and contagious joy as a performer. Her songs are expertly crafted and have recently gained some notoriety, being featured on the soundtrack to The Hunger Games. In her childhood, Megan traveled the world with her dad’s psychedelic rock band, and she regularly writes, records and performs with her brother and father.

 

 

Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv production.

Credits:
Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineer: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox
Guests: Shannon Koehler, Spence Koehler, Megan Keely
Music provided by Megan Keely (www.megankeely.com) The Stone Foxes (www.thestonefoxes.com)

Running The Voodoo Down – The Beat Down

If there’s one experience all musicians share, it’s getting your butt kicked on stage. Thoughts on being out of your element and getting by.
Running The Voodoo Down is a BAMM.tv production.
Credits:
Created by Micah Dubreuil
Executive Producers: Chris Hansen, Nick Hansen
Producers: Micah Dubreuil, Phil Lang
Sound and Recording Engineer: Micah Dubreuil, Jerad Paul Fox
Guests: Chris Vibberts, Tiffany Austin, and Tony Peebles
Music Provided by: Chris Vibberts (www.chrisvibberts.com), The Tectonics (www.facebook.com/TheTectonics), Kelly McFarling (www.kellymcfarling.com), Benjamin Andrews (Benjaminandrews.bandcamp.com)