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|Episode 8: “Turning Japanese” with Jesse Harris(airs 1/26/2010)
Feasting on sushi and sake at Bozu with collaborator Richard, he discuss making records, running a label, and the memoirs of a 19th-century New Orleans madam.
|Episode 7: “Naked” with Amy Correia (aired 12/29/2010)
Amy reunites with old friend Richard over fried chicken and pie at Pies N Thighs and gets to the naked truth about the promise and perils of following (and funding) your dreams.
|Episode 6: “When Pigs Fly” with Dirtfoot (aired 12/29/2010)
Sampling tequilas and tapas at Mayahuel with Richard, the boys discuss flying pigs, the profound peace of being in the moment, making friends and music.
|Episode 5: “The Journey, Not The Destination” with Josh Ritter (aired 12/15/2010)
Inspired by copious amounts of wine and food at Vutera, topics include the creative process, the fear of failure and life as a journey rather than a destination.
|Episode 4: “Meet Up In Little Italy” with Jim Campilongo (aired 12/1/2010)
Joined by band mates at La Mela, the conversation careens from The Passion of Christ to the intolerance of the politically correct.
|Episode 3: “Please Pass The Hijiki” with Somi (aired 11/17/2010)
Sharing pan-asian vegan fare and love of travel at Dao Palate, topics span the unique nature of audiences to (possibly) the oldest living man on earth!
|Episode 2: “Pig Out” with Hoots & Hellmouth (aired 11/3/2010)
Tucking into locally-produced BBQ at Fette Sau, these hardcore locavores riff on the American landscape, pursuing artistic freedom and the importance of community-supported farms.