Episode 166: INTERVIEW w/ Mackenzie Shivers; Dallas Moore, I Can Lick Any Son of a Bitch in the House, The Roseline, The Blips, The District Attorneys, The Pollies, June Star, Ryan Barry Quintet, Jeremy Parsons
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
Hi, everyone! Welcome to Episode 166! My brain is in vacation mode. I stayed in a ridiculous mcmansion. In this episode, we get into some brand new music, some crate-digging, and an interview with Mackenzie Shivers! Dallas Moore -- “Blue Jean Jesus” (The Rain) (2:21) I Can Lick Any Son Of a Bitch in the House -- “It Don’t Get Much Better Than This” (Mayberry) (5:56) The Roseline -- “Seven Hundred Second Chances” (Single) (8:45) The Blips -- “Gold Rush” (The Blips) (13:03) The District Attorneys -- “Boomtown” (Slowburner) (16:16) The Pollies -- “You Want It” (Transmissions) (19:23) June Star -- “Seven Pieces” (Single) (23:06) Ryan Barry Quintet -- “Desert Son” (Moonlight) (26:45) Jeremy Parsons -- “Something Other Than You Are” (Things to Come) (30:24) Interview w/ Mackenzie Shivers (34:40) Podcast intro by Alma Contra, music from Two Cow Garage’s “Stars & Gutters” Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Episode 58 - Country Songwriters, Movie & TV Transportation, and Jeremy Parsons
Who's Hoo Independent Country Music Countdown
On this week’s episode, we close out a cold February with the hottest country songwriters of all time. Buckle your seatbelts as the guys talk movie/tv transportation. Countdown crooner, Jeremy Parsons, joins us to talk about his music and plans for 2021. Make sure to follow not only Jeremy, but also NOCB and all the independent artists on social media. Plan to see them on a stage near you!
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Jeremy ParsonsBorn in San Antonio, Texas, Jeremy Parsons grew up soaking in the sounds of Country Music. Driven by his passion, he taught himself to play the guitar and began to write and perform regularly by high school. In 2011 he was awarded a Texas Music Award and over the last decade has played all over the U.S and Europe, including numerous venues in Texas.Jeremy Parsons,Looking Back,Things To ComeJeremy Parsons,Lillian,Things To Comemakingascene,Jeremy Parsons,Jeremy Parsons,Things To Come,Things To ComeJeremy Parsons,Masquerade,Things To Come
Beard Laws Episode 66 - Interview With Jeremy Parsons
Beard Laws Podcast
Today Jeremy Parsons chats with the Beard Laws crew about TikTok, his newly release album "Things To Come", beards, and whatever else we get into. We will also have the worlds greatest news segment with Brandon J McDermott. Looking forward to chatting with him hopefully you are too. See everyone tonight! Subscribe to the Beard Laws channel - https://bit.ly/2Xb5n4J Check out the Beard Laws website https://beardlaws.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beardlaws/support
Austin Texas is home for singer/songwriter Jeremy Parsons. After leaving Austin for a 10 year stint in Nashville, Jeremy returned home just prior to the pandemic, and in time to hang out with his dad who was instrumental in the beginnings of Jeremy's music career. Jeremy's new album, Things To Come, is his third to date. He is my guest on this edition of Americana Music Profiles, brought to you by Americana Music Magazine.
Episode 153: Two Cow Garage, Dan Whitaker, Oklahoma Uprising, Jeremy Parsons, Donal Hinley, Strays Don't Sleep, Andrew Leahey & The Homestead, The Freight, Tibe d'Oro, Jackie Venson, Mic Harrison and the High Score, Snack Cat, Robert Connelly Farr, Slim H
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
New year, new intro! This week is a fun grab-bag of singles and deep cuts from albums I enjoyed in 2020. In case you missed it, you can listen to my interview with Mike West on Into the Van! Two Cow Garage -- “History Now” (Brand New Flag) Dan Whitaker -- “Movin’ On With You” (Movin’ On With You) Oklahoma Uprising -- “Karma” (High Sign) Jeremy Parsons -- “Things to Come” (Things to Come) Donal Hinley -- “Couldn’t Breath” (Diary of a Snowflake) Strays Don’t Sleep -- “Hope is a Love Song” (A Short Film For a Long Story EP) Andrew Leahey & the Homestead -- “Until There’s Nothing But Air” (Single) The Freight -- “Fish & a Bike” (Single) Tibe d’Oro -- “x + x” (x+x = 1) Jackie Venson -- “Go My Way” (Vintage Machines) Mic Harrison and the High Score -- “Bright Spot” (Bright Spot) Snack Cat -- “Breaking Point” (Single) Robert Connely Farr -- “If It Was Up To Me” (Country Supper) Slim Hanson and the Poor Choices -- “I Can Hear You Cryin’” (Bustin’ Broncs and Honky Tonks) Axel O -- “Not Built For Love” (Single) Mariel Buckley -- “No Surprise” (Single) Podcast intro by Alma Contra, music from Two Cow Garage’s “Stars & Gutters” Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
"Jeremy Parsons proves himself a master at finding inspiration within his surroundings and personal experiences, and as a result, transports the listener with him." - Jamsphere "Yeah I guess the self-degradation Was what I connected with the most It feels kind of messed up to say it But it's nice to know you're not alone" - Jeremy Parsons, "Lillian" It's that kind of authentic, personal story-telling that has endeared Jeremy Parsons to fans of country, americana and other roots-based music. With the international itunes-chart-topping success of his previous two singles, "Tragedy" and "Good Ole Days," Parsons digs deep to deliver perhaps his most honest and compelling tale of soul-searching storytelling to date. Parsons, who recently returned to his hometown of San Antonio after an extended stay in Music City, recalls life in Nashville and some of his lower points in life. "Lillian" is the third single release from his upcoming "Things To Come" album, scheduled for early 2021. Jeremy shares the story behind the song:
Today I talk with music artist Jeremy Parsons. We have a wonderful conversation about his inspirations for songs, his career so far and his new album due out in January of 2021--- 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/thevamilyshow/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thevamilyshow/support