For their 85th Episode, Aaron and Brent welcome two members of the Nashville band Goodbye June for a special edition of the podcast recorded live at the Vinyl Tap in Nashville.
Goodbye June vocalist Landon Milbourn and lead guitarist Tyler Baker join Aaron and Brent this week to highlight “Songs We Hid From Our Parents”.
Aaron, Brent, Landon, and Tyler each pick out two tracks from their childhood concealed because of the song’s subject matter.
Plus, Landon and Tyler talk about their upcoming third studio album “See Where The Night Goes” due February 18th.
Goodbye June is a rock band from Nashville, Tennessee.The band is composed of cousins Landon Milbourn (lead vocals), Brandon Qualkenbush (rhythm guitar, bass, backing vocals), and Tyler Baker (lead guitar). Goodbye June was formed after the death of lead guitarist Tyler Baker’s brother. Eventually named Goodbye June in memory of Baker’s brother who passed in June, the band released their debut album Magic Valley on Cotton Valley Music/ Interscope Records in May 2017. – Wikipedia
Goodbye June’s Information
New Album Feb 18
Special thanks to Vinyl Tap for hosting the recording of episode 85. Check them out at vinyltapnashville.com or visit them in person at 2038 Greenwood Ave in East Nashville.
This Week’s Playlist
- Gangsta Of Love – Geto Boys – Grip It on That Other Level (1989) – Brent
- Hate Me Now – Nas – I Am… (1999) – Tyler Baker
- Hot Dog – Limp Bizkit – Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000) – Landon Milbourn
- Devil Boy – Seven Mary Three – American Standard (1995) – Aaron Bevill
- Sir Psycho Sexy – Red Hot Chili Peppers – Blood Sugar Sex Magic (1991) – Brent Hinson
- Rape Me – Nirvana – In Utero (1993) – Tyler Baker
- Jesus Freak – DC Talk – Jesus Freak (1995) – Landon Milbourn
- N.I.B. – Black Sabbath – The Ultimate Collection (2017) – Aaron Bevill
- (22:00) Sampling Steve Miller Band: A Listener’s Guide – Rolling Stone
- (22:10) The Number Ones: Steve Miller Band’s “The Joker” – Stereogum
- (44:30) Ask the Band Seven Mary Three – RockPark
(0:00) Nirvana Address The Controversy Around Their Song ‘Rape Me’ In 1993 – MTV
- (01:28:38) Primus with Ozzy NIB – Soundcloud
- The 20 Greatest Red Hot Chili Peppers Songs Ranked – Kerrang
- The Ghetto Boys’ ‘Grip It! On That Other Level’ Turns 32 Today – Houston Chronicle
Listen to the Playlist
- Geto Boys
- Limp Bizkit
- Seven Mary Three
- Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Los Lobos
- DC Talk
- Black Sabbath
- Puddle of Mudd
- Puff Daddy
- Rex Brown
- Lynyrd Skynyrd