In episode 11, Moot talks with actor, musician, ship mate and friend, Jefferson McDonald, who currently portrays the “Killer” Jerry Lee Lewis in their production. They discuss Jefferson’s roots, his unique upbringing, and artistic endeavors.
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In this episode, I interview Million Dollar Quartet’s director, Scott Weinstein. We chat about his background and how he got started in theater. We also discuss how he became a director and how he came to work on Million Dollar Quartet. Scott talks about how he approaches a show and also, what’s up next for him.
In this episode, Moot interviews the one and only Chuck Mead. They discuss Moot’s stateroom accommodations on the cruise ship, Norwegian Getaway, Chuck’s early years and musical influences, performing with his family band, moving to Nashville, the formation of legendary BR549, getting signed to a major record label deal and hitting the road with everyone from George Jones to Bob Dylan & The Black Crowes, Chuck talks about getting involved with the Million Dollar Quartet musical and becoming the show’s musical director for the past 10 years and finally they talk about the current state of the music industry. For more info on Chuck, check out:
In part two of Moot’s interview with Bill Corvino, they discuss playing guitar clean and sober, Bill’s take on meeting Moot for the first time, Bill giving Moot an F in the “Basic Guitar” course Bill was teaching, Pete Anderson’s influence on Bill, Moot and Bill forming a band together, working up original songs, initial touring and family life.
In Episode 6, I take a car ride to Brooklyn to see a man about a Gretsch White Falcon. Along the way I talk about where I’m from, my family, my checkered past with cars, and a bizarre incident in east Texas. Finally I read some show dates. If you want to reach me, send an email to: email@example.com
In episode 5, I make a long distance call to close a friend, talented drummer Blake Oswald. We talk about how we met, Blake’s early musical stylings, Blake interning for Little Dog Records, time spent together on and off the road, drinking at the Los Angeles Athletic Club, I discuss living at the Cecil hotel and how I became so freaked out by conspiracy theories in 2007 that I left the country for New Zealand. Finally we discusses the upcoming album that we’ve been making for the past two years. I reads show dates and give contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org.