Covering the goings ons in near south side Fort Worth Tx with an emphasis on the music.
Listen to the most recent ARTiculation recording featuring Shasta Haubrich of Art Tooth and Aaron Hutts at Leaves Book and Tea Shop!
Trista Morris and Matt Sacks of The Grackle Art Gallery host ARTiculation with the purpose of bringing the art world together, and keep everyone talking about how to improve the scene here in Fort Worth and help artists discover ways to get work out into the world.
Had an excellent time recording Episode 59, featuring panelists Jeremy Hull, Janice McCall of KTCU FM 88.7, and Jeff Gibbons, who performs a fine Steve Obermiller tune. Big thanks as always to our sponsor, Leaves Book And Tea Shop. This episode will post on the Funkytownpodcast Network. Heckyeah. — with Janice McCall, Jeremy Hull, Matthew Broyles and Jeff Gibbons.
Had an excellent time recording Episode 58, featuring panelists Simone Nicole, Dustin Schneider of The Jerry Jonestown Massacre, Alan Brown of Main at South Side, and Simon Flory, who performed a fine Summer Dean tune. Many thanks to our sponsor, Leaves Book And Tea Shop. This episode will post on the Funkytownpodcast Network. Heckyeah. — with Simon Flory, Matthew Broyles, Alan Brown and Simone Nicole.
We have another local show on the funkytown feed. This is ARTiculation hosted by Trista Morris and Mat Sacks!
Mica Enriquez of Darkhaus Art and Mike Mohawk of Art:30 and join Trista Morris and co-host Matt Sacks of The Grackle Art Gallery at Leaves Book And Tea Shop for an episode filled with interesting perspectives on the world of art. We talk about happenings around town, new shows on the horizon, and new ideas on how to bring art to everyday people like you!
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The Barbershop Episode 57
Features panelists Susie Ramone, Rebecca Jozwiak of Signals & Alibis, Trista Morris, and Joe Savage, who does a fine Jake Robison tune.
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This is the last official Funkytownpodcast. Thank you Thank you Thank you for all the support and listens.
Segment 1 Jeff, Joe, Zach, Rebekah, Susie and Dustin
Joe Savage "American Odyssey"
Segment 2 the final Zach Libs with Jeff, Joe, Zach, Rebekah, Susie, Sammy and Garret
final thoughts and good-byes
Garage Barrage "Ecto Cooler"
I want to ask you to come to our farewell show. It will be a night of thanksgiving but funkytown style so it's called FTP Presents: Fakesgiving 2019. If you have ever listened to, been a guest of or a part of the show I would love you to be there. The lineup is perfect. There will be some sort of open mic at first. If you want to be a part of that email me or message me because time slots are limited. We will have Wrex doing his thing. He is full of gratitude. He even has a song that goes " I wake up early in the morning counting blessings" Wrex is cool and if you if you haven't seen him this is a perfect setting. Joe Savage is a staple on the show. He comes on the 1st podcast of the year every year to make sure we kick off the show in style and with intent. Joe Savage is some sort of Texas Buddhist Beatnick to me. He some how manages to wrap poetry with Texas twang and a zen like out look. To close out the show there couldn't be a better band to represent the funkytownpodcast spirit. Garage Barrage is one of those bands that brought me pure joy. Their music is infectious, sometimes silly and just strikes every right chord in my soul. My love for that band is as pure as the music they make from their garage while drinking Zimas and eating pizza. See you November 9th at Main at South Side. Show starts at 8:30PM
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Ok so first off the first few minutes of dialogue is littered with electronic feedback. Dumb cell phones. Fight through it. It clears up with only subtle interference sprinkled throughout the show to keep you on you toes. The show is really fun. We sit with Joe Savage and talk about his trek to Spain.
First song - I’ve got My Walls
Shoot the shit
Garage Barrage Happy Birthday
Wedding with Ivy
Joe has Danceable music
We like Quiet time
It’s Joe’s birthday it’s also Joe’s birthday
Spain trip and 500 mile walk “St. James way”
How’s Joe gonna get to Spain for the pilgrimage?
Joe wasn’t scared, he’s a traveler.
Two people died on the trail.
Joe is fluent in Spanish.
Story of the Camino
The Camino has been going on since the year 800 a.d.
Romance and walking and piano.
Joe is shedding his skin
Second song- You’re So Much Better
Vincent Neil Emerson
Questions about Fort Worth r/fort worth
Joe is working on releasing a new single called Where You Goin’ and is working on a new album.
Joe savage is playing Nov. 9th at M.A.S.S for the Hippie Bathday Fakesgiving
Flying saucer on the 21st
Third song- Find Someone Else to Fight (named by the funktown podcast)
Whitnye Raquel is a local singer songwriter and is also know for her Van Build project. She invited Susie Ramone and myself over to her house for dinner made by Justin Hill, a podcast and a serenade. We sat on the back porch and had a laid back conversation with a couple of funky Fort Worthians. You could say we "shot the sh*t" for a bit. Whitnye is on all the music platforms and you can find an Ep called "All My Truths" and a single called Snowmobiles with a b side Promise. The opening track tonight is from the EP and it's called Easy. Its one of my favorites and it really showcases her smokey voice and her ability for a groovy melody. We get to know Whitnye and Justin a bit. Talk about the EP, working at the White Elephant Saloon and the difference between a tank and a stocked pond. We also talk small towns, Susie's trip to the Double Wide and what is a diptych. The middle track is Dreams and its a kick to watch Whitnye and Justin play and sing together(You can catch her and often them all over the Metroplex). In the second half we get to our mention in Fort Worth Magazine, Emails, my new favorite podcast, memories we have that no one else remembers, Whitnye's appearance on Toast and Jam and of course Van Life/ Van Build. Susie and I had an incredible night visiting with these two. The dinner was great, the house was lovely, the company was so wonderful and the songs we got to record for the show sound so good. I really hope you enjoy getting to know these two if you didn't already. The closing track is also off of the EP called Riveter and if you like to find out more you can find links and dates on Whitnye's website and you can find her on all the social medias. http://www.whitnyeraquel.com/