9 Years Podcasting with Dustin Schneider of the Jerry Jonestown Massacre Podcast Show
Everyone is asking where I’ve been. Did I runaway to Roswell (King Clam). Did I end up 6 Feet Under? (Picnic Lightning). Of course not. I am doing ok. I am looking forward to 817 Day and the event amplify817 is putting on. So I must be Safe. I will not Sky Dive (Gr4NT). What am I? Some DFK?(Matthew and the Arrogant Sea) No, I’ll just chill and listen for the Funkytown Sound (Panther City Riots) I should call my buddy Dustin Schneider and congradulate him on 9 years podcasting with the Jerry Jonestown Massacre. Even if it’s loudensucky (Uncle Toasty cover the Me-Thinks)
Bonus Episode: Dustin Schneider and Anthony Sosa talk politics.
Fort Worth Freedom Review
Bonus Episode: Dustin Schneider and Anthony Sosa talk politics. Hello Fort Worth and welcome to another episode of the Fort Worth Freedom Review.This week we are doing something a little different. Dustin Schneider, from the award winning Jerry Jonestown Massacre Podcast, was interviewed for As an Artist, the Local Famous Records Podcast about local artists, their process and the local scene, and at the end of that conversation we turned to talking about local issues. So as a bonus episode we are releasing that here. You can find the As an Artist where podcasts are found and here:(https://redcircle.com/shows/c5916ec9-d870-48d9-abf1-18b17e00f196/episodes/b734c4ee-2e4d-44f4-9d25-789c4b878472 )The Jerry Jonestown Massacre can be found live every Tuesday on youtube at 8pm (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXjvlbDnP0l8n3gdkSpWyPA) and where podcasts are found. Here is a recent episode of JJTM with Sosa about Dr. Robert Malone’s JRE Episode: Episode 454- It’s Twenty-Twenty-Meh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN4pdEeFJL0 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------This podcast is made possible by The Justice Reform League, a Fort Worth based non-profit. You can sign up for our newsletter and get updates on FW political news and deep dives into local issues at our website www.justicereformleague.net Feel free to contact us if you have any episode ideas or additional stories you would like us to cover on Twitter at @FWReview, on Instagram @fortworthfreedomreview and at FWFreedomReview@gmail.com .Music by Anthony Sosa Newsletter Signup: https://justicereformleague.substack.com/
Hi, my name is Anthony Sosa and this is “As an Artist.” A Local Famous Records podcast about local artists, their art, the creative process and the local scene. On this episode we have Dustin Schneider. Dustin is one half of the award winning podcast The Jerry Jonestown Massacre and a long-time DFW musician and photographer, currently playing in The Spectacle and Uncle Toasty. We had a great time discussing podcasting, music, photography and technology as well as the DFW scene in the 90’s and 2000’s compared to now. Additionally, we talk about local politics and that conversation can be found on the Fort Worth Freedom Review. Dustin was a fantastic guest and I hope you enjoy this conversation. At the end of the podcast is “Tap the Breaks” written and performed by The Spectacle. The Jerry Jonestown Massacre can be found live every Tuesday on youtube at 8pm (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXjvlbDnP0l8n3gdkSpWyPA) and where podcasts are found. Here is a recent episode of JJTM with Sosa about Robert Malone’s JRE Episode: Episode 454- It’s Twenty-Twenty-Meh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN4pdEeFJL0 If you would like to be interviewed, please reach out to @localfamousrecords on Instagram and Twitter and firstname.lastname@example.org--------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @as_an_artist_podTheme song “Ascension” by Codecrasher https://codecrasher.bandcamp.com/releases www.localfamousrecords.com
Episode 55: A Meaty Discussion with Dustin Schneider
The Urbane Cowboys Podcast
Commodities trader Dustin Schneider joins us to talk cattle futures, impossible burgers, the minimum wage, and economics.Cohosted by Josiah Neeley of R Street and Doug McCullough of Lone Star Policy Institute. Produced by Ray Ingegneri.
Eric Griffey in Holiday Festivities with special guest star Dustin Schneider
This week we have a fun show and a full house of fantastic folks talking holiday festivities. Eric Griffey, Dustin Schneider join Joe, Zach Susie and myself and we kick off the show with Christmas Sucks by the German band Christmas. The conversation begins with Spotify releases and the Phantomello and Mean Motor Scooter Show at Twilight. I took the family on a trip to Glean Rose to see the Monster Truck Wars. Local Christmas songs, Christmas lights, Christmas foods and traditions. How do you feel about end of year lists? Tommy Luke has been naughty and we have a not safe for work Christmas song called XXXMas. Emails. Then Eric G brings a list of 20 local songs of 2018 you should be hearing that will be in the Weekly this week. We have a 10 song preview. Zach libs and local news and city development. Mayor Betsy Price is running for a 5th term! Breaking news Zest 817 mag is coming out. The Cenos from Dec till Feb 2nd. We have a couple of Susie Shows to announce. (shows Susie Ramone put together) Dec 21 at Mass toy drive The last song is one of my all time favorite holiday songs from any band anywhere ‘Lonely Christmas” by Henry the Archer