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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EXENE CERVENKA (Of The Band ‘X’)



Exene and Abby go to a farmer’s market in Orange, California. Subjects include: small town living, maturing as an artist, Jesus as an archtype, the depression, cheese

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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STEVE MCDONALD (Of Redd Kross, The Melvins, OFF!)

Abby and Steve ham it up in LA CA September 2018



Steve and Abby take a hike to the Bat Cave in the Hollywood Hills. Subjects include: 70’s pop culture, tour and A & R mishaps, early punk code in Los Angeles.

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced by John Ganem

Field Sound Recording by Abby Travis

Edited by John Ganem

Intro music by The Charm Offensive (Mathias Schneeberger, Abby Travis & Denny Weston). Produced by Matthias Schneeberger at Dover and Blitzen Studios

Outro music: “Sunday is the Day for Love Instrumental” by Abby Travis original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”. Produced by Kristian Hoffman and Abby Travis. Mixed by Chris Goss, Abby Travis- vocals, bass; Mike Boito-piano; DJ Bonebrake- vibraphone; Joseph Berardi- drums, percussion

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TEASER



Follow bassist to to the stars and songstress Abby Travis as she roams the terrain of iconic musical guests in this conversational vérité podcast.

Hosted by Abby Travis

Produced by John Ganem

Field Sound Recording by Abby Travis

Edited by John Ganem

“Sunday is the Day for Love Instrumental” by Abby Travis Original version available on the album “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop”. Produced by Kristian Hoffman and Abby Travis. Mixed by Chris Goss, Abby Travis- vocals, bass; Mike Boito-piano; DJ Bonebrake- vibraphone; Joseph Berardi- drums, percussion

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