Episode 65: There’s No Business Like Show Business

Listen to Episode 65: There’s No Business Like Show Business

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In this Episode:

Steve tells us about the time he was inspired to play music after meeting his idols, The Flaming Lips, who he eventually toured with. That’s also when he found out some dreams aren’t meant to be followed. And Niabi shares with us why she eventually quit a job as a knife thrower’s assistant for The Great Throwdini. Also, The Bartender is going on tour with the comedy podcast Keith and The Girl in October! See show dates here (more TBA). Like the show? Tip The Bartender! Or give it 5 stars!

About the Guests:

Steve Burns is an actor, musician and master storyteller. Here he is at The Moth, totally kicking ass:

Niabi is a musician, singer, performer and total joy to be around. She currently plays with the incredible band A Place Both Wonderful and Strange, and will be performing on September 10th at C’mon Everybody, October 9th at Terminal 5, and October 30th at MASS MoCa. You can see her in the trailer of the documentary with The Great Throwdini, Maximum Riskhere. Here she is with her band making sweet, sweet music.
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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Bittersweet” by Chris Powers

“All Tomorrow’s Parties” by The Velvet Underground

“A Million Colors” by Phenotract

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

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