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This Song – KUTX

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Musician, composer and radio host Elizabeth McQueen wants to hear about transformational songs. In conversations and interviews with fellow musicians and artists, McQueen talks with them about life-changing songs, inspiration, creativity and so much more.

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This Song: Ezra Koenig from Vampire Weekend
Ezra Koenig, lead singer and songwriter for the band Vampire Weekend, explains why he recently became obsessed with  “I Don’t Think Much About Her No More” by country singer and songwriter Mickey Newbury.  He loved it so much that he even included a cover of the song as a bonus track for the Japanese release of the band’s latest record Father of the Bride.  Listen as he describes why he finds that song so compelling and explores what it was like to apply country music’s direct approach to songwriting to some of the the songs on Father of the Bride. Listen to this episode of This Song Monika Mogi Listen on  The Apple Podcasts App, iTunes  Spotify or Stitcher  Get your own copy of the Japanese release of Father of the Bride Get your copy of the US release of Father of the Bride Listen to Father of the Bride on Apple Music or  Spotify Check out Vampire Weekend’s Tour Dates Learn more about Mickey Newbury Listen to more Mickey Newbury Listen to Songs from this episode of This Song
This Song: Krissy Teegerstrom on “Mojo Pin” by Jeff Buckley
On the last episode of This Song until the fall, Krissy Teegerstrom, a self-made artist, creative consultant, podcaster, and designer at Featherweight Studio talks about how listening to “Mojo Pin” by Jeff Buckley transported her to a place beyond the real and showed her how to follow her creative intuition. Jeff Buckley’s performance style confirmed the idea of creation as a form of devotion and self-expression, something that Krissy, at first, felt like she couldn’t relate to. Inspired by her own roundabout journey to an artistic life, she started a podcast about overcoming obstacles creativity. That podcast, fittingly titled Beyond + Back, has accumulated ten episodes in its first season, talking to artists like Aimee Mann and Billy Joe Armstrong. The second season will be released on  Saturday, June 29th. Recorded at the Tiny Texas Podcasting Festival this conversation with Krissy Teegerstrom is an inspiring look into creativity, the arbitrary obstacles we use to limit ourselves, and what opening yourself up to the unknown can do for your art. — KUTX Intern, Claire Hardwick   Todd V. Wolfson Listen to this episode of This Song Subscribe via the Podcasts App, iTunes or Stitcher to get the new episodes of This Song delivered to you as soon as they come out. Listen to and Subscribe to Beyond + Back  
Black Pumas’ Eric Burton on “(Sittin’ On)The Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding
Black Pumas, the new musical project by California native Eric Burton and Grammy Award winning producer and guitarist Adrian Quesada has been taking the Austin music scene by storm- even winning Best New Austin Band and Best New Song for “Black Moon Rising” at the 2019 Austin Music Awards, all before they’ve even released their debut album. On this episode of This Song, Eric Burton, the lead singer of Black Pumas,  talks about what he learned about honesty and connection from Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” and how he went from busking on the Santa Monica Pier to fronting a band in Austin, Texas. His generosity and gratefulness for the art he creates are palpable in this interview, which was recorded live in front of an audience of aspiring teenage podcasters at the 2019 ISAS Arts Festival. Stream the Black Pumas debut record right now at Relix. Black Pumas debut album comes out this Friday 6/21 on ATO Records and you can catch their release show at Antone’s the same night. -KUTX Intern, Claire Hardwick Listen to this episode of This Song Gabriel C. Pérez Check out The Black Pumas’ new self titled record on iTunes Listen to Adrian Quesada’s This Song interview Subscribe via the Podcasts App, iTunes or Stitcher to get the new episodes of This Song delivered to you as soon as they come out. Listen to Songs from this episode of This Song    
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Podcast Details
Started
Oct 27th, 2014
Latest Episode
Aug 29th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
197
Avg. Episode Length
23 minutes
Explicit
Yes

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