Jam Session is one of BTRtoday's longest-running podcasts, launched in 2006. New episodes are out every Monday, catering to music lovers within the jam band community. Expect studio favorites, new live improvisations, features on popular and brand new festivals, and many chances to win music and swag from jam bands around the world. Featured artists have included Umphrey's McGee, Lotus, The String Cheese Incident, Widespread Panic, ALO, Primus, moe., Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The Motet, Karl Denson, STS9, and The Disco Biscuits... just to name a few.
Kory French took over as producer/host in 2019 from Laura Goldfarb, who ran the show before that.
Kory French is the Founder and Principal of Emily Consulting, a consulting company that leads start-up and early-stage companies in everything from concept development to strategic planning to scaling and exit…
In 1964, a pair of brothers, born in Amsterdam but going to elementary school in Pasadena California, started a band called ‘The Broken Combs’. In 1972, they changed their name to the much more simple and direct surname of the two, ‘Van Halen’. RIP in Eddie.
Not that this week’s episode of Jam Session is full of dirges, but I did want to take the time to dedicate this week’s show to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and all that she did, not just for women in America, for the people of the World.
Music from Sonny Knight, Sharon Jones, Mavis Staples, and Son Little. Names you wouldn’t normally see on Jam Session. But Artists that can hang with the best of them (if not already be leading the march).
Inspired by the West Coast, today’s episode is kicked off by Slightly Stoopid. More BC-hydro inspired music from Papa Grows Funk and The Disco Biscuits, and we end with a long Alt-Rock stream-of-consciousness guitar piece by Erika Wennerstrom.
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the… | watch
Representing Brooklyn and the Bronx, the one and only group called Manz Rivalz. The name stems from everyday life, which can be competition with anything or anybody. This crew has talent, laid back… | watch