An incredible night at Doop’s table in River Rouge. We talked music, but mostly the value of being good to each other. The night ends with passing a guitar around.
Anthony comes on the pod and talks about why he makes music, the role TV plays in it all, and what he wants to leave the world with.
Mike Ward joins the Dispatch and brings a story concerning two twins and a couple kevlar vests. A song ensues, written by Dave and Mike.
Continuing on Dave and Scott’s epic songwriting quest, our heroes push through the second verse and have a crazy idea to bring Aliens into the mix.
Dave and Scott switch it up this week by writing a song on podcast! Join us as we brainstorm our way through a verse.
Jim Diamond joins us to talk about producing bands, a little about the Detroit garage rock scene, and a little advice to those seeking professional careers in music.
Billy Brandt joins the Dispatch and talks about the more visceral side to songwriting and the dominance of the heart over the mind.
Raye Williams joins us to talk about Detroit and Nashville, plus her fear of avian dinosaurs.
Jo Serrapere and John Devine join us this week for part 2 of our interview End Music – Hamtram Shimmy performed by Jo and John
Jo Serrapere and John Devine join us this week to talk Delta blues and how through darkness light is best seen. End Music – Hamtram Shimmy performed by Jo and John, recorded at SCOTTCast HQ in the Dispatch Greenroom
Carmel is a songwriter from Detroit with poppy idiosyncratic songs, literally designed to make you think. Check out her music on Bandcamp, Spotify, and her website.
Audra Kubat joins the Dispatch this week to talk about her songwriting process and the Detroit House Of Music! Detroit House of Music Facebook Page This Weeks Music in Detroit