Pablo Hernandez Mejias

This week we had the honor of talking to Pablo Hernandez Mejias, a Puerto Rican cuatro player, who launched recently his new album Danzas Imaginarias. On episode 74, which is at your menu on your right, we talked about his musical upbringings, his time at Puerto Rico Music Conservatory and hismusic education experience at Conservatorio de Musica del Liceu in Read More …

Give-away CD February 1, 2019 23:00 EST

If you happened to be one of my subscribers or if this is your first time in my website and listened to one of my episodes I have great news for you. I will give away 5 Free CD to my first 5 subscribers that connect to me via email. It is very easy to win a CD. The only Read More …

Banjo Bones, one of our guest nominated for the Sammies

Hello my dear podcast audience and website visitor, as you might know (if you don’t, scroll down the menu at your right) my friend Jose Espada also known as Banjo Bones, is nominates for the Sacramento Area Music Awards. Banjo Bones was our two time guest (I might start Music in 2Flavors Elite Club) on Episode 2 and 31. Banjo Read More …

Michael Noonan, our guest number 73 in over a year.

  My latest publication on #Patreon. Check my content and I will appreciate if you want to be one of the few who are on the list of patreons. Our work is not over, and I do not think it will come to a close any time soon.My latest publication on #Patreon. Check my content and I will appreciate if you want Read More …

Episode 72, music in Pinochet’s concentration camps

This project has a special meaning to me, not because I had any relatives who were imprisoned during Pinochet’s Regime, but because I always suffered, from the distance, the tortures and attitudes of an extremist ignorant regime upon it citizens. Hobbes used to say that our nature is to be violent and aggressive to our equals. Sometimes, I believe that Read More …

Canciones dentro de las prisiones de Pinochet

This week we will have a new episode in Spanish. You might remember that I announced that I was working in a special project. Well I am currently editing such episode and it will have music, storytelling, anecdotes, and much more. It is all about political prisoners in Pinochet Political Prisons. This episode will contain strong language and graphic description Read More …

Evening Optimist, Austin Fab Four

This week episode we went back again to Austin, I am starting to like this city (I bet there is some kind of subliminal message behind my episodes) and I chatted with Robert Becker, Evening Optimist’s vocalist. I am not going to give any spoilers, but we talked a lot about music nowadays and why I do not consider much Read More …

Harmonicas, their physical differences

If you listened to my new Spanish episode with Crispy Aguirre (check the right menu) you will hear a lot about harmonicas and its differences. If you thought there were only one type of harmonica, you will be shocked.  There are plenty out there and here are some pictures to prove it. If you know Spanish, Bass and Chord Harmonica Read More …

Episode 70, Crispy Aguirre

Today’s episode I had the privilege of chatting with Crispy Aguirre, a great Argentinian musician and harmonica interpreter. He is the founding member of Il Harmonica Trio (picture above from left to right: Crispy Aguirre, Lucas Chamorro, and Andrés Chorney). On this episode you will listen a lot of music played by Crispy with his band, and the final track Read More …

Episode 69 Jaimee Harris

This week episode we had as a guest Jaimee Harris http://www.jaimeeeharris.com we talked a lot about our childhood experiences, mostly mine, what pushed her to settle in Austin, Texas and about her composition process. Jaimee is a savvy musician who knows how to engage her audience, and definitely her music is pure poetry full of every person experiences; such experiences that you Read More …

Episode 68 is ready

    This week episode is in Spanish and we had the honor of chatting with Gustavo Sánchez Haase, a former MD Student who decided to pursue his passion: music. But is not any music, his passion since he was a teenager was playing the blues and his idols were Muddy Waters, and other famous blues musicians. He is known Read More …

Episode 67: Diego Allessandro

This Saturday we will have as a guest Diego Allessandro http://www.diegoa.net who is a talented musician from Central Jersey and whose latest album This American Life is a deep emotional album full of emotion. In his latest album, Diego portrayed what working american class looks like in real life and that sometimes, or every time, politicians forget, except when they want them Read More …