Emily Walters is the kinda girl you either wanna be like, wanna be liked by, or just wanna be around. She's not from Nashville, but in the decade or so that she's been here, she's made it her own. An experienced day trader, culinary ninja, and proselytizer of all that is good in music, food, fashion, and culture. Jace sits down with the 'better-half" of the dynamic duo that is "Kevin & Emily". And she straightens him out.
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Jace & Nicole have been watching '60 Minutes'. Which leads to one of those long, meandering conversations you've come to love. Or skip entirely. No election talk. So, that's a plus. Lessons are learned. Money is saved. Plans are made. Have a good Thursday!
Big, bold, and brash. Words that easily describe todays guest, Kevin Murphy. In fact, Jace light heartedly gave him the designation of "foul-mouthed freight train" in a previous episode. But that's only true if the train is carrying a payload of love. Kevin talks hard, hits harder, and loves hardest of all. Murphy isn't just a "friend of the show", he's a friend of the Family. And this is a snapshot of one of Nashville's finest musicians, being truly himself. Buckle up for some salty talk about the sweetness of life.
10/24/16 Jace Everett and Rick Brantley will be playing at Basement East. Early show at 7 pm. Get your tickets here
After watching "Pointless Debate #3" betwixt Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Jace & Nicole headed to the attic. Filled with hot sports opinions they jumped behind the microphones and spewed as much vitriol as can be fathomed. Then they realized they sounded like jerks. So this is really Ep#28.5! Look folks, it's a rough one. We're trying to find the love at Nashville Later. Won't you join us? Jace & Nicole both discuss their Republican voting history, their dislike of Trump, and offer an olive branch to all of their Republican friends.
Jace is playing with Rick Brantley on 10/24/16 at The Basement East.
7 pm show. Come see us!
Buckley and Vidal, Tesla and Edison, Freud and Jung, Mutt and Jeff, Larry, Moe, and Curly. Folks that put their heads together, sometimes butt heads. But today on the podcast you have one really smart guy (Tripper Ryder), and one smart ass (Jace Everett). What are they talking about? We don't remember. But they sure had a good time doing it. Politics, philosophy, and books that your host can't even spell, let alone read. Dig in folks, the buttery, brainy goodness of Tripper Ryder is now in your feed.
Don't forget that Jace and Rick Brantley are performing together on 10/24/16 at THE BASEMENT EAST
Listeners have questions. Jace & Nicole have answers. Well, they have attempts at answers, anyway. Sepsis, single parenting, Russian hackers, and that sexy form fitting shirt that Nicole broke out. It's all happening.
Jace and recent guest Rick Brantley are doing a show at Basement East in Nashville on October 24th. You should come.
Rock and Roll ain't easy. Or is it? Leticia "Tish" Wolf is a damn fine songsmith. And although she'd been having success on her own, she's found a whole new world since partnering up with her sisters in rock. The Dead Deads are kicking major ass, and taking all your names on their climb up Rock Mountain. Jace has a conversation with The Dead Deads frontwoman on the power of 5 over 1, how to build a song, and the teen angst of being on the guest list. Hard hitting rock, from the coolest ladies in Nashville.
It's Thursday. So, here we go. Nicole kicks things off with an unforeseen exploration of gentrification. The word, the trouble, and the Nashville experience. Jace pimps himself out. How to win at marriage is revisited. (The trick is shutting your mouth.) And the sheer boredom of this unending election cycle begins to take hold of the Dynamic Duo.
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Rashed Fakhruddin, the current President of The Islamic Center of Nashville, proves to be one of the most kind, genuine, and hopeful people that Jace has had on the Pink Couch. In a frank conversation about being Muslim in Nashville (and in the age of Trumpisms), Rashed maintains his belief in the American Dream, the possibility of the future, and the abiding love he has for his home; Nashville, TN.
Take a listen to a good man, discussing good things.