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Show #021: Shadyside Allstars

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Monday, September 24, 2007 7:00:00 PM


This is the first of seven shows recorded on September 15th at the Kammy's Kause benefit, and as I explained in the outrobabble, it's a long one. Unfortunately, there was a lot of great music, one hilarious interview, and a lot of supplemental material to cover, and I would rather go long than cut any of that great stuff out. I promise, the rest of this series will be back in our 45-60 minute format.

The Shadyside Allstars are a group of virtuoso musicians who play a very tight style of improvisational, "jam band" music. As such, they have built a huge following not only here in Indianapolis, but also around the rest of the midwest where they regularly play small and large venues as well as festivals.

As a further word of warning, portions of this podcast are probably not suitable for more sensitive ears ... I don't think it's quite as potentially offensive as, say, the average interview with The Dirty Third ... but certainly it's somewhere between PG-13 and R, hence the explicit tag -- and the disclaimer we stuck at the end of the interview. Either way, you have been warned.

Important links from the show:

  • The Shadyside Allstars can be found on the Interet here: MySpace / Web Site
  • Additional tracks from the band not included on this podcast are available in the media section on their web site.
  • For those of you who don't want to dive in dumpsters outside a Goodwill store looking for "Head" (or for those of you who wondered what the hell we were taking about), you can actually purchase "Head" here. Remember: "Head" is officially endorsed by the Shadyside Allstars as a road-tested source of supplemental revenue equal to or greater than standard musician scale wages.
  • And as with all of these seven shows, we need to thank the following people:

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