Inside the Musician's Brain
Inside the Musician's Brain
Chris Pandolfi, Osiris Media
Inside the Musician’s Brain is a deep dive into everything that’s underneath the music and the artists that inspire us. Join Grammy Award winning artist and producer Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters, as he explores life as a musician, and sits down with other influential artists to discuss inspiration, creativity, and the many facets of bringing a musical vision to life.
Episode 10: Tom Hamilton of Ghost Light and Joe Russo's Almost Dead
Tom Hamilton Jr. is a man of many talents and many endeavors, from Joe Russo's Almost Dead, to Ghost Light to his new studio venture in Philadelphia. He gets deep into the art of producing, the challenge of reinventing yourself with successive projects and the story behind JRAD and their unintentional success. 
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Mar 10
1 hr 17 min
Episode 9: Dave Simonett of Trampled by Turtles
Dave Simonett is the lead singer and primary songwriter for one of the most popular acoustic bands of the last 10 years, Trampled by Turtles. His powerful, heartfelt songs have come to define the Trampled sound, engaging legions of fans and energizing huge live crowds across the country. Inside the Musician's Brain is presented by Osiris Media—which helps deepen your connection to the music you love through podcasts and unique live music experiences. 
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Feb 27
1 hr 7 min
Episode 8: Bill Nershi (part 2) and Andy Falco
Bill Nershi is a founding member of the String Cheese Incident, one of the most influential rock/acoustic/jam bands in recent history. Andy Falco is a powerful and versatile player who has made his mark as the guitar player and one of the vocalists for the Infamous Stringdusters.Inside the Musician's Brain is presented by Osiris Media—which helps deepen your connection to the music you love through podcasts and unique live music experiences. 
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Feb 10
1 hr 15 min
Episode 7: Paul Hoffman (part 2) and Trout Steak Revival
This episode features two interviews. The first is part 2 of the interview with Paul Hoffman, the mandolin player and lead singer/songwriter for the jamgrass juggernaut Greensky Bluegrass. The second interview is with Trout Steak Revival, a Colorado-based string band with great songwriting chops and a dynamic, modern sound that is drawing much attention.Inside the Musician's Brain is presented by Osiris Media—which helps deepen your connection to the music you love through podcasts and unique live music experiences. 
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Jan 29
1 hr 2 min
Episode 6:  Holly Bowling
Holly Bowling is a classically trained piano player who made a name for herself crafting and performing impeccable transcriptions of the music of Phish and the Grateful Dead. These days she is a member of the up and coming rock band Ghost Light, a highly innovative group that mixes heavy grooves and ethereal textures on a growing catalogue of original music. Inside the Musician's Brain is presented by Osiris Media—which helps deepen your connection to the music you love through podcasts and unique live music experiences.  
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Jan 16
1 hr 4 min
Episode 5: Bill Nershi part 1
This episode features an interview with Bill Nershi, a founding member of the jam world juggernaut, the String Cheese Incident.String Cheese Incident have been breaking down musical barriers for 25 years, blending bluegrass, jazz, rock, latin, electronic, etc, and have built a huge grassroots following in the process. Bill and Chris get deep into musical creation and Bill's musical journey. Inside the Musician's Brain is part of the Osiris network, which connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out Osiris to learn more about all of our podcasts. 
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Dec 10, 2019
53 min
Episode 4: Jon Stickley & Kitchen Dwellers
Episode 4 features interviews with 2 notable artists. First up, the Kitchen Dwellers are a young jamgrass band from Montana with a vibrant new record of original music that has just come out—Muir Maid (produced by host, Chris Pandolfi), and a growing fanbase who love their raw power and catchy songs. Our next guest, Jon Stickley, has developed an incredibly distinct and skilled voice on the acoustic guitar, and is a prominent descendant of the prodigious North Carolina bluegrass scene. He fronts The Jon Stickley Trio, a unique, virtuosic band that manages to blur the lines between metal, bluegrass, classical, ambient and beyond. Episode 4 also features a breakdown of the biggest bluegrass event in recent history: What the Night brings, the Jeff Austin tribute in Denver (Nov. 4, 2019).Inside the Musician's Brain is part of the Osiris network, which connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out Osiris to learn more about all of our podcasts. 
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Nov 26, 2019
1 hr 9 min
Episode 3: Sierra Hull
Sierra Hull is a mandolin virtuoso, and a gifted singer/songwriter who is on the cutting edge of modern acoustic music. Her career started as a child prodigy in the bluegrass world, but Sierra is already evolving into an amazingly versatile artist with her own distinctive voice. She gets into Béla Fleck's advice as a producer, the vision for her upcoming project and her experiences in the traditional music world. Episode 3 also covers the origins of bluegrass music, and how it evolved into the trending sounds that we hear today.Inside the Musician's Brain is part of the Osiris network, which connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out Osiris to learn more about all of our podcasts. 
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Nov 12, 2019
59 min
Episode 2: Billy Strings
Billy Strings is a rising young star in the bluegrass world. He and his band have made a serious impact in recent years, touring across the country, selling out shows, and bringing many new ears to acoustic music. With recent wins at the International Bluegrass Music Association for 'Guitar Player of the Year,' and 'New Artist of the Year,' Billy is poised to be a prominent voice in bluegrass and beyond, for years to come. Inside the Musician's Brain is part of the Osiris network, which connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out Osiris to learn more about all of our podcasts. 
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Oct 29, 2019
52 min
Episode 1: Paul Hoffman part 1
Paul Hoffman is the lead singer and mandolin player with Greensky Bluegrass, one of the most prominent bands on today's live music scene. His powerful songwriting, combined with the band's unique approach to stringband music, has created a broad appeal that's opened the door to music fans of all different genres. Greensky has been around for years, but their star keeps rising, and Paul's sound is a key component of their success. This is part 1 of 2.Inside the Musician's Brain is part of the Osiris  network, which connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. Check out Osiris to learn more about all of our podcasts.  
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Oct 29, 2019
47 min
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