Paul Hershenson and AJ Kang join LP on this episode to talk about their tech incubator that they launched with Arabian Prince, founding member of NWA and few other partners.
Nettie Baker is the daughter of legendary rock n' roll drummer Ginger Baker (Cream, Blind Faith, Fela Kuti) and writer of "‘Tales Of A Rock Star’s Daughter." She stops by to talk about growing up with Ginger and her life …
Jeremy Sirota, CEO of Merlin, the independent’s digital music licensing partner, joins LP for a chat about the company and his non-traditional career path to leading the 4th major.
LP chats with husband-wife duo Chris Turpin + Stephanie Jean about their sophomore album Click Click Domino.
Kieron Maughan of Rockstar Cars stops by to talk about the cars of Keith Richards, John Bonham, Nick Mason, Peter Frampton, Andrew Loog Oldham, and many others.
Nick Polizzi stops by to talk about traditional/alternative healing practices with LP. Nick is a documentary filmmaker and filmmaker who has explored these subjects.
Jason Davis, founder of Noble Management and manager to Austin French and Anne Wilson joins LP for this episode.
This is a public service announcement. DEVO needs your vote for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And Gerald Casale from the band has stopped by to share some stories about Akron, Ohio's finest band.
David Page stops by to discuss his new book "Food Americana" which was released today. He shares the stories of some of the most famous American meals and makes LP super hungry in the process. Pizza, lobster rolls, oysters, bagels …
Jack Casady, bass player from Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane, SVT, the Yanks and Jefferson Starship joins Lawrence Peryer to talk shop about the bass and his influences. And it's his 77th bday today. Happy bday Jack!
Hilary joins LP to talk about her humanitarian work that led to creating Backline. Backline's purpose is to connect music industry professionals and their families with a trusted network of mental health and wellness providers.
Faisel Durrani stops by to talk about his company Looped, a state-of-the-art virtual venue that is innovating the live experience for both creators and fans.
Rudy Sarzo, whose lengthy musical career as an artist includes work with Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, and the Guess Who stops by to talk about immigrating from Cuba, growing up in Miami and New Jersey, and his early career.
Jonathan Stone, co-founder of Rocket Songs stops by to give a lesson on music publishing and discuss how his company helps artists find great songs.
Florian Richling, CEO of ForTunes stops by to talk about the importance of good data for artists and labels. ForTunes is a Music Data Analytics platform.
We hosted a screening of Oscar nominated "MR. SOUL!" and had director, Melissa Haizlip and music supervisor, Ed Gerrard join us for a chat about the film afterwards.
Barrett Martin who's best known as the drummer for the Screaming Trees and Mad Season, sits down with guest host Jim Lane to talk about his new book.
Dr. Lissette Garcia stops by to discuss her new book, her 4 year silent meditation, social psychology, and her experience growing up in Texas along the Mexican border.
Art Chang stops by to talk about his upbringing, education, career and road to becoming a candidate for mayor of New York City in 2021.
Tyler joins LP to talk about Coffee Shift, a Silicon Valley start up that is focused on applying technology to shift the balance of power from corporations, back to the growers.
Michaelangelo Matos joined us for a live taping about his new book "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year".
David Whitehead is a music manager who has worked with David Byrne, David Bowie, Helmet, Joe Jackson, Laurie Anderson, Luna, Hugh Laurie, and many others.
Michael F. Schein is our first guest of 2021. This episode was recorded live in December 2020 to celebrate the launch of Michael's new book that comes out January 12, 2021.
Check out this BONUS episode featuring Giselle Marie Muñoz and Elizabeth Tabish, cofounders of the Austin Arthouse Film Festival.