Space is the place but Spaceman Jones is one of the most down to Earth emcees I’ve ever met. He ain’t from a HipHop galaxy far, far away but Asheville is where he’s space stationed at rocking those spacebars. We talked about lyrical quantum physics, wrestling and how it feels to be alien among humankind. Star.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiounfriendlyshow/support
Davaion Bristol, also known as Spaceman Jones is an MC, beat maker, event promoter, co-owner of Urban Combat Wrestling, co-owner of OTG Unlimited, 1/2 of Spaceman Jones And The Motherships, and creator of the #smokebreak podcast and Instagram video series. His childhood and background was a quite unique from every guest so far on We Were Young. Spaceman shares his story with host Rob Gray about his experiences as a young black man growing up in the South, his love for WWE wrestling and being incarcerated in prison. His views on life and the world are deep, thought-provoking and full of hard truths. Big love for Spaceman coming though on this one!
Episode 08 - Into the Stratosphere with Spaceman Jones and the Motherships
Host Rob Hlavaty sits down at the Asheville Play Studio with Spaceman Jones (Davaion Bristol) and the Motherships (Cliff Worsham). They discuss hip hop culture, depression, drug and alcohol use, Cliff shares about his time in Secret Lives of the Freemasons, and the group shares their song "Money Phone".Check out Spaceman Jones and the Motherships on all major platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Bandcamp, Spotify, and iTunes.
Possibly one of the most prolific hip hop artist coming out of Asheville, Spaceman Jones sat down with us on this Asheville tour to talk about music, the Asheville music scene, how society has changed today and how past struggles shaped him into the person he is today.