I am very pleased to have guitarist William Tyler on the show. We sat down and spoke a few weeks ago about som many things including, starting out in Nashville, his earliest band, joining Lambchop & The Silver Jews, his first solo ventures and some of his latest work. Naturally, we bring it around to Grateful Dead. After the chat, you'll hear a track from the latest release, "Lost Futures", a collaboration with Marisa Anderson. All that is followed by an excellent selection of Grateful Dead.
Marisa Anderson & William Tyler's "Lost Futures" is available, along with most of Tyler's releases, on his Bandcamp page, williamtyler.bandcamp.com, and wherever records are sold. I have all of these records and I sincerely believe that you should too.
The new LP release of PG Six & Louis Bock's "All Summer Long Is Gone" is available now from Feeding Tube Records via feedingtuberecords.com.
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