My old tourmate Ty joins me to talk about the unusual way the band started, their journey in the music industry and his mental health struggles before taking a seven year break between albums. Plus, his work in restaurant and mail service.Get Broadway Calls' new album Sad in the City through Red ScareGet your beers delivered! 101 Part Time Jobs is supported by Signature Brew: listeners can get 10% off all their beers by visiting signaturebrew.co.uk and using the code '101PODCAST'Photo: Heather WillisSongs: Broadway Calls 'Meet Me On The Moon', Cock Sparrer 'Working' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
72 – Ty Vaughn (Broadway Calls, Countdown to Life)
My First Band Podcast
As the singer and guitarist of Broadway Calls, Ty Vaughn has toured throughout Europe, Asia and across the United States. During the band's 15-year run, he's shared the stage with the likes of The Descendents, Bad Religion, Rancid, Alkaline Trio, Bouncing Souls and countless other world-renowned acts. Long before he was helping to put the small town of Rainier, Oregon, on the map as part of the long-tenured punk project, Vaughn was learning blues riffs on a rented acoustic guitar and developing tight musical bonds with kids who would go on to be his bandmates for decades to come. A few days after Broadway Calls released Sad in the City on Red Scare Industries, My First Band host Tyler Maas asked Vaughn about the excellent new record — the band's first album in almost eight years — before taking a deep dive into his rich musical past. Over the course of the hour-long discussion, Vaughn talked about formative shows across the river in nearby Longview, Washington, during his teens, his stint in a ska band, touring the country in a hardcore outfit called Countdown to Life, originally forming Broadway Calls as a side project, recording with Bill Stevenson and the life-changing compliment he once got from Tim Armstrong. Along the way, Maas also made some questionable jokes about The Oregon Trail and Milwaukie, Oregon. My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and wherever else you get podcasts. Music used in this show comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers") and Broadway Calls ("Sad In The City").
This was recorded on 5/25/20.Ty Vaugn of Broadway Calls joins me to shoot the shit! We talk about his journey as a songwriter, our first tour together (menzingers first west coast tour), and what the future holds for our wild ass times. MORE IMPORTANTLY!!!: Broadway Calls’ new record “Sad in the City” comes out on Red Scare July 10th!!! That’s two weeks!!@BroadwayCalls on socials!
For episode 42, we are joined by Ty Vaughn of Oregon-based band Broadway Calls. We were originally supposed to record this in person at Manchester Punk Festival and we discuss how all of us were massively disappointed that did not happen. After a few years being relatively quiet, Broadway Calls are back and Ty talks us through the career they have had. We touch on some of the highlights including tours they have had with some of the biggest names in our music world. Ty tells us about their fondness for the UK and the great relationship they have had with Banquet Records over the years. Look out for their new album later this year 'Sad In The City' which will be released via Red Scare. Nick and Chris take some time to also discuss recent releases from City Mouth, The Sewer Rats, Machine Gun Kelly and Frank Turner. firstname.lastname@example.org iTunes Instagram Twitter Facebook