This week is another special twofer!
Imagine being brought into one of the biggest bands in the world at 23 years old to replace the face of the band. That's the lion's den bassist Jason Scheff strode into and remained for the next 31 years. Jason recently left the band to take care of some family matters and now has a new album with his new supergroup Generation Radio that is a total blast It's an album inspired by the magic of 80s rock radio and will surely put a smile on your face. Jason dispels a lot of myths in this conversation. Get ready to have your mind changed on a few things.
Then we hear from singer, songwriter and actress Rebecca Pidgeon. Rebecca has had memorable roles in many of her husband David Mamet's movies like The Spanish Prisoner and State and Main as well as many others, but she's also had a long career as a singer. Her new album, Parts of Speech Pieces of Sound, was inspired by her yoga practice which is in keeping with her diverse interest in music as almost all of her albums feel different in theme and tone. She's a totally unique artist with an interesting story to tell.