Allye Gaietto met nine cats then recorded a dispatch in the space of three hours, discussing topics as diverse as her songwriter’s education and yak shaving. Catch her show with Pancho Villa’s Skull benefiting Do Only Good animal rescue on January 18th at the Crofoot!
For the final Dispatch of 2018, Scott takes you back into the Dispatch Green Room for clips of conversation that didn’t make the original episodes, featuring KFR’s Cannibal Fork, Ian Lee Lamb’s Foul Fowl Knowledge, & the first recorded conversation between Dave & Scott.
Ryan Dillaha. You know him from our constant plugging of the open mic at New Way. You know him when he rocks the house with the Miracle Men. And now, you know him as your favorite Christmas podcast drop!
Ian Lee Lamb joins the podcast and tries his hardest to derail your mighty heroes from their quest to discover songwriting knowledge. He does a pretty good job. Listen to his latest album Last Tango In Atlantis and catch him this Saturday at the Ghost Light!
Kubat Finlay & Rose join Scott and Dave and, well, get silly for a couple hours. Be sure to catch them at Willis Show Bar this Wednesday for their La Femme feature and Christmas special
Songwriter extraordinaire and beacon of strength Alison Lewis joins the Dispatch for a wide-ranging discussion covering topics as diverse as songwriting, life after death, Eminem, the Oscars, plus an exclusive performance involving train whistles and didgeridoos.
Strange Heart joins the Dispatch to share their remarkable story and plenty of laughs with Scott, and Dave calls in to share wisdom from the road. Be sure to go to Strange Heart’s album release show this Friday at the Loving Touch!
Emily Rose brings games, Dave brings podcasting fire, and Scott celebrates his birthday much too early.
It’s been 1,068 days since Finster was recorded, and Mike Galbraith has answering to do. This episode tackles subjects as diverse as euchre and storytelling in songwriting.
Don ‘Doop’ Duprie stopped by this week and joined Dave Toennies of Border Patrol and Scott from SCOTTCast. We talk about how Doop writes songs to help people, how empathy affects the songwriter, and a bit about his latest album, The Corridor.
This week, Psycho Songs’ Mike Ward and Barelyon’s Brion Riborn join Dave Toennies of Border Patrol and Scott from SCOTTCast to get to the knitty gritty of being a working musician in Detroit. The vital role open mic nights play in the nurturing of talent and community also plays a vital role in our discussion, as well as how independent musicians are tackling […]
Josh Malerman and Mark Owen of The High Strung join Dave & Scott to talk songwriting, songwriters in town, and abandoning vans in front of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, we have a full week of concerts! You have no excuses to stay in.