Q&A With Kristian Bush And Andrew Hyra (Billy Pilgrim)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Kristian Bush And Andrew Hyra (Billy Pilgrim)

If nothing else, the past year has led to lots of discovery for all of us. Are we really happy
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Q&A With Gary Jarman (The Cribs)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Gary Jarman (The Cribs)

For the Cribs, social distancing came easy. The band of brothers—Jarman twins Gary (bass, vocals) and Ryan (guitar, vocals) and
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Q&A With Len Kasper (Sonic45, Chicago White Sox Broadcaster)

MAGNET Television: Q&A WIth Len Kasper (Sonic45, Chicago White Sox Broadcaster)

Sonic45 songwriter/bassist and distinguished baseball broadcaster Len Kasper’s favorite band is the Who, so he probably won’t mind (then again, he
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Q&A With The Nude Party

MAGNET Television: Q&A With The Nude Party

The Nude Party is what we wistfully imagine all rock bands were like 50 years ago. They live together in
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Q&A With Greg MacPherson (Figure Walking)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Greg MacPherson (Figure Walking)

As you can tell from this episode of MAGNET television, Greg MacPherson is a man for all seasons. The multi-instrumentalist
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Q&A With Robert Scott (The Bats)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Robert Scott (The Bats)

Aside from U2, the Bats are the longest-running active band that's kept the exact same lineup during its entire career.
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Q&A With Naked Giants

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Naked Giants

The members of this Seattle trio—Grant Mullen (guitar, vocals), Gianni Aiello (bass, vocals) and Henry LaVallee (drums)—might be familiar to
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Q&A With G.E. Smith ("Saturday Night Live," Bob Dylan, Hall & Oates, Mick Jagger)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With G.E. Smith (“Saturday Night Live,” Bob Dylan, Hall & Oates, Mick Jagger)

G.E. Smith is central casting's version of the cool-as-fuck rock 'n' roll sideman, only he's real. He's the ruggedly handsome
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Q&A With Joey Burns (Calexico)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Joey Burns (Calexico)

Given MAGNET's love for all things Calexico, dating back to when Joey Burns and John Convertino first started out a
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Q&A With Inara George (The Bird And The Bee)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Inara George (The Bird And The Bee)

Inara George is closing out 2020 by continuing to spread peace, love and understanding, just as she has throughout a
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Q&A With Office Romance

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Office Romance

With so many people working from home because of the pandemic, office romances have really been suffering in 2020. But
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Q&A With Hey, King!

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Hey, King!

Most unknown indie rockers don’t get the chance to work with one music luminary during their careers, let alone two.
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Q&A With The Mendoza Line

MAGNET Television: Q&A With The Mendoza Line

The Mendoza Line is back! Well, sort of. This indie cult favorite has reissued the out-of-print We're All In This
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Q&A With Robby Staebler (All Them Witches)

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Robby Staebler (All Them Witches)

All Them Witches? Try All Them Records. Since 2012, the Nashville band—a power trio in the best sense of the
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Q&A With Joe Bonamassa

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Joe Bonamassa

Even during the pandemic, business is booming in Nerdville. Joe Bonamassa just issued another album—Abbey Road-recorded, Brit-blues explosion Royal Tea—that
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Q&A With Thor Harris

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Thor Harris

Thor Harris has friends. Tons of them. And you own records by a lot of them and probably wish they
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Q&A With A Certain Ratio

MAGNET Television: Q&A With A Certain Ratio

Oh, Manchester, so much to answer for. The city's original punk funkers are back after a dozen years with a
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Q&A With Grant-Lee Phillips

MAGNET Television: Q&A With Grant-Lee Phillips

Just about every two years, those of us in the know are gifted a new Grant-Lee Phillips album. So Lightning,
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