That time when Jace confessed his sin, and Nicole forgave him. Also discussed: Nick Cave's Once More with Feeling, Nicole's new bed (that Jace gets to sleep in too), and the malaise of mayonnaise that is 2016 politics.
Correction-Seth Timbs is performing at The 5 Spot on Saturday, September 17. We incorrectly state that he is playing at The Family Wash. Go see him.
Jessica Maros & Tyler James, otherwise known as Escondido, join Jace Everett in a pretty intense conversation. What starts out as a fairly normal "band interview" eventually evolves into an exploration of the real struggles of two people who love their band, love their music, and in the end, love one another. And they aren't quite sure what to do with it all. A lot of soul, and a lot of soul searching. This is an important conversation for any of us involved in "the arts". And maybe, just maybe, an important conversation for any of us in a relationship. If it was easy, everybody would do it. Ladies, and Germs; Escondido.
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On Casual Thursday (copyright pending), Jace & Nicole discuss what that purple thingy is, their new bed, Apple's journey into absurdity, aging out of technology, driving like an idiot, and just who might be their next victim on Nashville Later. Thursdays are for Lovers.
Dave Harrison has a storied career as a world class drummer. Working with lead singers and guitar players, dealing with record labels and booking agents... it may have been the perfect training ground for his latest adventure; teaching in public schools. Jace and Dave talk drums, but dig even deeper into what it means to teach, and to learn, from America's greatest natural resource, our kids. If you've got kids in school, you should hear what Dave has to say.
Jace & Nicole discuss the pros and cons of sharing food, the double dip, and public vs. private schools. Basically, Jace goes on a tirade, and Nicole tries to love him through it. Monday, Episode #15 with Dave Harrison will be up. Talking killer drumming, and teaching in Nashville's public schools. SUBSCRIBE in iTunes
On todays episode, Dr. Britt Maxwell. Dr. Maxwell is a hospitalist physician at a local hospital here in Nashville. Jace and Britt discuss Obamacare, how to avoid becoming dead, what's up with France, and the birth of Jace's Instagram fame. (Which is yet to happen.)
On the Thursday episode, Jace & Nicole celebrate their 1st anniversary, discuss their mutual affinity for marriage, Field Day with real ribbons, Tony Robbins/Scientology/MegaChurch weirdness, and take a "Grit" quiz that Nicole tries to cheat on... Now that's gritty. Also, help out our pals in Louisiana, here's a link to the RedCross Louisiana fund: http://tinyurl.com/hvpe4gx
Up from Louisiana and into Nashville Tennessee, Rob Mitchell has had a long run as a journeyman drummer (Sixpence None the Richer, Emily West, Tonic, Chuck Wicks) that continues to this day. But recently he's been dabbling in the Social Media world under the alias "CartwheelsandHardOns" to hilarious results. Although known in the Nashville community as a go to beat keeper, and all round brilliant guy, it was Katy Perry that picked up on his digital glory, and brought his Instagram account to must see status.
Rob is in Louisiana this week, helping his family, and neighbors, piece their world back together after the recent flooding. Please go to www.redcross.org and help out our brothers and sisters in a time of need.
Jace & Nicole provide the most disjointed, unfocused, and erratic episode yet. And Jace's mom stops by to visit. Recorded over a 5 hour time frame due to bad behavior, worse engineering, and a general level of idiocy heretofore only hinted at on Nashville Later. Also, donate to Red Cross for the victims of the Louisiana flood. Donations via telephone. Call 1-800-REDCROSS or text LAFLOODS to 90999 to donate $10.
Emily West is one of those one in a million singers that can make a phone book sound interesting, just by singing the numbers. She's also a natural born comedienne. Jace spent an afternoon plying her with drinks, and antipasti plates to bring you, dear listener, the raucous and bawdy conversation within. Enjoy!
Yet again, your beleaguered host, and his long suffering producer bring you the sleepy time jams. They visited a local mosque tonight. So that's interesting. Did I mention they're tired? Hump Day talk. Nashville Later style. Next guest; Emily West!
Jace, and producer Nicole, on the Thursday edition. Parenting, the Media, the 2016 election, and uninformed voters. With plenty of marital bliss to go around.
We've all been noticing the slow death of print journalism. As the digital revolution continues, it seems both obvious, and confusing. Here to shed a little light on the demise of the local paper is Mr. Kevin Walters. A former reporter at The Tennessean, and currently working for the State as Communications Director for the Department of Commerce and Insurance, Walters is a cartoonist, writer, film aficionado, and a damn fine raconteur. He also loves cracking on your humbled host, Jace Everett. Enjoy!
Jace and producer Nicole discuss the shows first two weeks, Pokemon in the briefing room, and the meaning of Latin words.
Jace sits down with firearms expert, and Nashville dentist, Dr. Sherman House.
A civil conversation about guns in America, with two friends that disagree. A lot.
For the Thursday edition of Nashville Later, Jace and his producer Nicole discuss the Gantry episode. Also, the current political/media circus, raising condescending children, and the fact that Nashville is a drankin' town.
The debut episode of the new podcast from Jace Everett. Todays guest is legendary singer/songwriter Chris Gantry. Gantry moved to Nashville in 1963, and has had over 70 songs recorded by artists as varied as Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell, and Montgomery Gentry.
He's also, at 73, still writing songs every day. And making records.
His new album, "Nashville Rhapsody" is available now.