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Jam Session
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…
Recent Episodes
Acoustic sounds from moe., Dangermuffin, Buddhafly, Railroad Earth, and Marvelous Funkshun. But before we get to that, a great recent release from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong kicks the whole thing off.
Paying homage to the birth of jamming — the African Drum Circle — today’s episode features music by Fela Kuti, Femi Kuti, Mustafa Khaliq Ahmed, Abdoulaye Alhassane Toure, homage Mapfumo, and many other great African musicians.
There is no common thread, no glue that bonds, no theme. This episode is music we need to hear right now, including Dangermuffin, Widespread Panic, Bedouin Soundclash, Karl Denson, Doug Tuttle, Seth Walker, plus more.
I play Ryan Montbleau for the first time on my episodes of Jam Session, and today I pontificate on the meaning of hearing Live music, with all the crowd noises and mic checks and improvisations, in face of all the ‘artist-alone-Live’ shows we’ve been taking in. Live tracks from ALO, Railroad Earth, CRB, plus some other studio gems.
It’s an eclectic show to say the least. But there is new music from Seth Walker, RJD2, The New Deal, and Upstate.
Music from The California Honeydrops, Leon Bridges, Son Little, The Motet, Achilles Wheel and Keller Williams + so much more. It’s a kitchen dance party in Harlem.

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