MONIQUE POWELL (Save Ferris)



Monique and Abby travel to a very magical place in Orange County California! Subjects include cultural appropriation sensitivity overload, the 3rd wave ska scene in OC, dealing with the loss of a parent, Sondheim, and the happiest (perhaps?) place on earth.

Hosted, recorded, edited and produced by Abby Travis

Mixed by Juliette Amoroso

Intro music: The Charm Offensive
Outro music: Sunday is the Day For Love (Abby Travis/ Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop)

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Alain Johannes (of Eleven, Them Crooked Vultures, QOTSA, Desert Sessions, Producer)



Alain and Abby take a walk through The Fairfax District and grab brunch at Canter’s Deli. Subjects include mysticism, musical gear, Chris Cornell’s solo album “Euphoria Morning”, Alain’s band with his wife Natasha Shnieder “Eleven”, world music.

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced, recorded, edited and mixed by Abby Travis

Into music : The Charm Offensive
Outro music; “Sunday is the Day For Love” by Abby Travis

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TOM MORELLO (RATM, Prophets of Rage, Audioslave, The Nightwatchman, Bruce Springsteen)



Tom and Abby go to the dog park in Laurel Canyon. Subjects include Tom’s childhood in Libertyville Ill, the LA rock scene in the late 80’s, progressive politics, Tom’s pedal board, and his long career.

Produced, hosted, edited, recorded and mixed by Abby Travis.

Intro music:  The Charm Offensive

End music: “Sunday is the Day For Love” Instrumental version.  Original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”

 

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KIRA ROESSLER (Of The Band ‘Black Flag’)



Kira and Abby search present-day Hollywood for legendary punk locations. Subjects include: Black Flag, #Metoo, Early Punk in Los Angeles, Post production Sound.

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced by John Ganem

 

Intro Music by The Charm Offensive (Mathias Schneeberger, Abby Travis & Denny Weston).

Outro Music: “Sunday is the Day for Love” Instrumental by Abby Travis. Original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”.

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ALICE BAG (Of ‘The Bags’, ‘The Alice Bag Band’)



Alice and Abby hit the street on Whittier Boulevard in East LA. Subjects include: 70’s groupie culture, quinceañera dresses, violent urges and education.

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced by John Ganem

 

Intro Music by The Charm Offensive (Mathias Schneeberger, Abby Travis & Denny Weston).

Outro Music: “Sunday is the Day for Love” Instrumental by Abby Travis. Original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”.

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NORWOOD FISHER (Of The Band ‘Fishbone’)



Norwood and Abby get a burrito on the beach in Santa Monica. Subjects include: Police Brutality, P-Funk, Sexism, Music Education, LA Hip Hop scene in the 80’s

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced by John Ganem

 

Intro Music by The Charm Offensive (Mathias Schneeberger, Abby Travis & Denny Weston).

Outro Music: “Sunday is the Day for Love” Instrumental by Abby Travis. Original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”.

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