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Crusader Rabbit Stealth Band at Sweetwater 06/10/21Sweetwater is one of the most famous intimate venues in the world, known for hosting numerous rock legend's impromptu performances. Michael Klein Co-Owns Sweetwater with Bob Weir and joins Larry Mishkin, Jim Marty and Rob Hunt to share Sweetwater stories as well as stories about being on the road with the Grateful Dead and seeing over 850 shows. He also talks about his cannabis company, Bio 365 which produces soils that contain proprietary, activated and aged bioCHARGE™ which delivers on-demand food and water to the plant, resulting in accelerated growth and vigor.Produced by PodCONXhttps://podconx.com/guests/michael-kleinhttps://sweetwatermusichall.com/https://www.instagram.com/bio365soilhttp://Www.email@example.com://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinhttps://podconx.com/guests/jim-martyhttps://podconx.com/guests/rob-hunthttps://deadheadcyclist.com/Photo courtesy of Jay Blakesberg
If you’re interested in the power of mushrooms and the potential for elevation of human consciousness, you won’t want to miss this episode. Mike & Oteil welcome Paul Stamets, mycologist, entrepreneur, researcher, and expert in all things fungi. Also joining the conversation is Bob Weir, legendary Grateful Dead singer and rhythm guitarist. Paul is a treasure trove of scientific information, delving deep into the latest research happening with Psilocybin and other medicinal mushrooms, from treating addiction to PTSD, to stimulation of neurogenesis (what he calls “Einstein mushrooms”) and even COVID-19. Bob chimes in with his own mycelial anecdotes and his predictions about how the world will react to the increasing research around psychoactive mushrooms. As if that weren’t enough, you’ll also hear how Paul became the inspiration for Lieutenant Paul Stamets on Star Trek, an astro-mycologist. Paul Stamets, speaker, author, mycologist, medical researcher and entrepreneur, is considered an intellectual and industry leader in fungi: habitat, medicinal use, and production. He lectures extensively to deepen the understanding and respect for the organisms that literally exist under every footstep taken on this path of life. His presentations cover a range of mushroom species and research showing how mushrooms can help the health of people and planet. His central premise is that habitats have immune systems, just like people, and mushrooms are cellular bridges between the two. Our close evolutionary relationship to fungi can be the basis for novel pairings in the microbiome that lead to greater sustainability and immune enhancement.*DISCLAIMER: This podcast does NOT provide medical advice. The information contained in this podcast is for informational and entertainment purposes only. No material in this podcast is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen*Resources for more information:https://paulstamets.com/https://fungi.com/http://mushroomreferences.com/You can find Paul on social media: @PaulstametsThis podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!Comes A Time is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Oteil Burbridge and Mike Finoia. Executive Producers are Christina Collins and RJ Bee. Production, Editing and Mixing by Eric Limarenko and Matt Dwyer. Theme music by Oteil Burbridge. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com-------Visit SunsetlakeCBD.com and use the promo code TIME for 20% off premium CBD productsStart your path toward investments that align with your values. Visit www.greenfuturewealth.com and mention "Osiris" when scheduling your free virtual consultation to receive your free investment report.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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12/30 Paulie's Podcast: A Niner New Year's Special + The Bob Weir & Ronnie Lott Interview
Paulie, Creative Tony, and Shannon from The Stone Foxes get you set for the New Year with a ton of Niner talk and their favorite albums of 2020. Sandwiched in the middle is a replay of Murph and Mac's unforgettable interview with both Bob Weir and Ronnie Lott...at the same time. It's a once in a lifetime interview, seriously. Enjoy!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 34: Elton John and Bob Weir's (not so) Recovery Stories
Welcome to Episode 34! In this episode of Sundays With Stories, Dr. Stanton Peele and Zach Rhoads tell the not-so-recovery stories of two ultra-famous musical legends, Elton John and Bob Weir. Some key notes from the episode: I. Addiction and recovery narratives, and why people adopt them II. There is a Grateful Dead / Jerry Garcia narrative which may be more or less true. But it wasn’t true for Robert Hunter (who died last December), and ceased to be true for Bob Weir. And, when tells his truth, he speaks of the burden — not of drugs — but of expressing his counternarrative. III. Elton John movie, Rocketman, does the recovery narrative in spades (being a musician = addict; rehab). But in an interview before movie release with Bernie Taupin, he says (a) music saved him (purpose), and (b) he developed a purpose (AIDS) after meeting Ryan White, before he ever went to rehab. IV. Fitting into the narrative, for oneself and for others. What is lost — a person’s greatest asset — their self. V. Implications for treatment, raising children in families with addictive histories — what narrative will they learn? - - - - - - - - - - Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org Text us - +1 (802) - 391 - 4360 LPP MAIN WEB SITE - http://lifeprocessprogram.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/lifeprocessprogram Twitter: http://twitter.com/lifeprocessprgm Facebook: http://facebook.com/lifeprocessprogram--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeprocessprogram/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeprocessprogram/support
This week Bob welcomes back Bob Costa of the Washington Post, and the two of them speak with the legendary Bob Weir, founder and guitarist of the Grateful Dead and many other musical endeavors across five decades. In this episode Bob Weir explains what he misses most about being on the road performing, and how he and his bandmates are safely rehearsing to prepare for an eventual return. He also shares what the state of California means to him and whether he'd consider running for local office, as people have been asking him for years. Finally, the Bobs discuss the political relevance today of some old Grateful Dead tunes, and which characters from those songs they think about during these challenging times in America. Enjoy the show, and please remember to vote on November 3rd.Politics of Truth is brought to you by Osiris Media. Executive Producer is Adam Caplan. Produced by RJ Bee. Edited, mixed and mastered by Brad Stratton. Art by Mark Dowd. To discover more podcasts that help you connect more deeply with the music you love, check out osirispod.com.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In Episode 3 of Comes A Time, Mike & Oteil chat with Grateful Dead founding member and rhythm guitarist Bob Weir. The three discuss the forced slow- down that’s come out of COVID-19, Bob’s reflections on Jerry Garcia’s passing, and what he learned from both the Acid Tests and years of improvisational performance. Bob shares his views on mortality, his support for peaceful protest, and the merits of listening to music on Vinyl. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!Comes A Time is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Oteil Burbridge and Mike Finoia. Executive Producers Christina Collins, RJ Bee and Kirsten Cluthe. Production, Editing and Mixing by Eric Limarenko and Matt Dwyer. Theme music by Oteil Burbridge. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Paulie's Podcast: Bob Weir + Ronnie Lott Interview/ Staley Musical Tribute
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony Rhein and Shannon Koehler from the Stone Foxes have a full slate of quaterback controversy, Joe Staley retirement tribute songs, and a replay of Bob Weir & Ronnie Lott's joint interview that Paulie orchestrated. The two legends joined forces for a great cause, and we get to enjoy their fabulous conversation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.