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Nicholson Baker + Rod Picott

SongWriter

Author Nicholson Baker reads an excerpt of The Anthologist, and songwriter Rod Picott performs a song written in response called "Losing Faith." The two friends also discuss cross-arts explorations, self-doubt, and the importance of a good sandwich.SongWriterPodcast.comTwitter.com/SnogWriterInstagram.com/SongWriterPodcastFacebook.com/SongWriterPodcast

22mins

29 Jun 2021

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NEM-Pretty Much Pop Crossover: Story Songs w/ Rod Picott

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Recycling a great music discussion featuring a past NEM guest from Mark's other entertainment podcast for the New Year! Plenty of songs try to tell stories, but do the pop song format and narrative really mix? Rod Picott joins Pretty Much Pop to talk about classics by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, formative nightmares like "Leader of the Pack" and "The Pina Colada Song, borderline cases like "Bohemian Rhapsody," and more. How does this form relate to theater, videos, and commercials? Subscribe directly to Pretty Much Pop at prettymuchpop.com. Get bonus discussion at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support NEM on Patreon.

48mins

1 Jan 2021

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PEL Presents PMP#69: Story Songs w/ Rod Picott

Philosophica

Podcast: The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast (LS 65 · TOP 0.1% what is this?)Episode: PEL Presents PMP#69: Story Songs w/ Rod PicottPub date: 2020-11-17Plenty of songs try to tell stories, but do the pop song format and narrative really mix? Songwriter and short story author Rod Picott joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to talk about classics by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, formative nightmares like "Leader of the Pack" and "The Pina Colada Song, borderline cases like "Bohemian Rhapsody," and more. How does this form relate to theater, videos, and commercials? For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. Sponsor: Visit ExpressVPN.com/pretty to get three months free.The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

47mins

21 Nov 2020

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PEL Presents PMP#69: Story Songs w/ Rod Picott

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Plenty of songs try to tell stories, but do the pop song format and narrative really mix? Songwriter and short story author Rod Picott joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to talk about classics by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, formative nightmares like "Leader of the Pack" and "The Pina Colada Song, borderline cases like "Bohemian Rhapsody," and more. How does this form relate to theater, videos, and commercials? For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. Sponsor: Visit ExpressVPN.com/pretty to get three months free.

47mins

17 Nov 2020

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PMP#69: Story Songs w/ Rod Picott

Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast

Plenty of songs try to tell stories, but do the pop song format and narrative really mix? Songwriter and short story author Rod Picott joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to talk about classics by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, formative nightmares like "Leader of the Pack" and "The Pina Colada Song, borderline cases like "Bohemian Rhapsody," and more. How does this form relate to theater, videos, and commercials? For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. Sponsor: Visit ExpressVPN.com/pretty to get three months free.

47mins

17 Nov 2020

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Episode 8 - Rod Picott

The Long Ride With Wild Ponies

This episode was recorded long before we battled a global pandemic and lost the incomparable John Prine. On a perfectly fitting rainy night in Nashville, we welcomed our good buddy, Rod Picott to The Long Ride with Wild Ponies.The Long Ride Gear Guide reviews the Red Eye guitar pre amp. If you’ve ever wondered where Doug gets his stunning acoustic guitar tone, the secret is out.Your creative prompt for Episode 8 is Take Home Pay. Make a picture, write a poem, create a cocktail - anything inspired by Take Home Pay. You’re creative. We just know it, and let’s be honest, you have the time to give it try, right? Prove it, by sharing your creations with us by using #ponycast on Facebook and Instagram!Massive thanks to our show sponsors - Leuchtturm 1917 and The Russell Nashville hotel.All of the live audio from The Bowery Vault was recorded with a single Ear Trumpet Labs Myrtle microphone. Pretty amazing, huh?For extended content and a few special behind the scenes pieces, check out our patreon- you can sign up for just a buck.Thanks for tuning in. There’s Season 1. It’s hard to believe. Thanks for joining us on The Long Ride. We couldn’t be here without you! If you love the show we’d love for you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us get this content to more people. We really do appreciate you!

50mins

9 Apr 2020

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Bonus Episode: Rod Picott

The Marinade with Jason Earle

Rod Picott has long been one of the great songwriters of his generation. His bona fides are well established, but his new record cements him as something different. It is the best of an impressive catalog and there are a few clear reasons for that. Rod and I talk about the new album Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, his excellent book of short stories, and the creative process in general. Rod Picott is a class act and an incredible writer. Give this conversation a listen, then head over to rodpicott.com and get his new record. The song used in this episode is “A Beautiful Light” from Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil.

40mins

15 Dec 2019

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NEM#80: Rod Picott: Literary Workin’ Man

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Nashville singer/songwriter/fiction-writer Rod laid sheet rock for years before releasing his first album in 2001; he has now released ten albums of vivid Americana.We focus on his new double album Out Past the Wires, discussing "Take Home Pay" and "Date of Grace" (with intro/outro from "Be My Bonnie"), then look back to "Rust Belt Fields" from Welding Burns (2011) and finally listen to “You're Not Missing Anything” from Hang Your Hopes on a Crooked Nail (2014). More at rodpicott.com.Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon.

1hr 4mins

19 Aug 2018

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Episode 44 - Rod Picott

Nashville Access Podcast

Dallas and Camo discuss the hot topics about Country Music, Nashville, and the Country Music Lifestyle. Americana Artist Rod Picott is the interview guest this week.

1hr 1min

2 Jul 2018

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#80 - Rod Picott

The Paul Leslie Hour

Rod Picott is a singer-songwriter, recording artist and author. Picott's work has been called "Americana of the highest order." His 9th record, the 2018 album "Out Past the Wires" is accompanied by a book of corresponding short stories. At the end of the interview is an acoustic song performance by Rod Picott. We are pleased to present an interview with a truly remarkable artist here on The Paul Leslie Hour. Support The Paul Leslie Hour by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-paul-leslie-hour

35mins

11 Apr 2018

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