Listen to the best DAMM in-studio recordings!
If you want to make it in the music business – talk with Glenn Goodwin.
Their music answers the question – why musicians are important?
David takes us into the thrill of writing music and having local artists in studio to record his songs.
Tim, John, Marvin and I talk Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Chris Stapleton and more.
Award winning director, Steve Gaddis, joins us to share some stories behind a movie and a book.
Kenny Withrow, leader of Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, songwriter, and lead guitarist tells the band’s story.
Debra Davis is the premier producer for festival webcasts. She handles Coachella, Bonnaroo, ACL festival and more.
The story of how the Saxon Pub was saved from destruction.
Muddy & Dogger interview Randy Brooks, songwriter of Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer and much more.
Chad Houser brings troubled teens in to Cafe Momentum to work. He is helping these young people to truly get a second chance.
With Kim Herriage we talk Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris plus we explore the worlds of Blue Grass and Country music.
Austin City Limits VP, Ed Bailey updates us on ACL Music Festival (Oct. 5-7 & Oct. 12-14), AmericanaFest, Willie Nelson, Sun Radio and much more.
In this episode Paul Williams, takes us through the production of ‘Be So Kind’ by The Gawd Almighties led by Rags O’Hooligan.
Paul Williams (Part 1) Breaks Down Upcoming Bree Parker Ballad (031) Paul Williams, Producer and Founder for State Fair Records takes us through the development [Read More]
In this show Tim DeLaughter shares a ton on Tripping Daisy, Polyphonic Spree, and the tough parts of being in a band.
Mike Daane, bassist for Andy Timmons and other musical artists talks with Dogger and Muddy about playing, producing and engineering music.
Josh David Jordan (director) and Greg Schroeder (actor) discuss their movie and the life of musicians.
Joshua Ray is working on his first Traditional Country album. He is chasing after Guy Clarke and Townes Van Zandt with some great lyrics of his own.
Based on the recent release of the Las Vegas investigation we decided to revisit a memorial for the people lost last October 1st.
Jason Elmore talked with Muddy and I about Tom Waits, Rory Gallagher, Tom Petty, Hoodoo Witch and much more.
Johnny Hooper is a key figure in the jingle and gigging worlds of Dallas / Fort Worth.
Brendon Anthony, Director of the Texas Music Office talks with Dogger and Muddy about the importance of music to the state of Texas both culturally and economically.
Bucks produced Tiny Tim, stays in communication with Jimmy Page, and understands the Dallas Fort Worth Music world like the back of his hand.
Tim Williams, a student of music and a super musician in his own right leads us through a exploration of the Blues and the Blues solo.
Michael Clay’s Texas Music Project helps students, orphans, schools and communities learn music.
Singing is one thing, singing right is a totally different thing.
George Gimarc took North Texas, the U.S. and the world on a great music adventure. The Zoo, The EDGE, Classic Rock, The Rock ‘N Roll Alternative were just some of his creations.
We talk about loss, the importance of music, playing with your idols and more with Jim Suhler of George Thorogood and Monkey Beat fame.
Texas Ranger baseball announcer – Eric Nadel is a real renaissance man. We discuss his strong commitment to music, Cuba, homeless teenagers and much more.
Dave Hinson visits with Dogger & Muddy about the pain Grunge caused the Rock industry, the AMP Shack, buying a guitar and more.
Dany Franchi from Genoa, ITL and Kara Grainger from Sydney, AU talk with Dogger and Muddy about their artistic journey in the world of Blues, Americana music.
Episode 13: John Pedigo Faces Loss and Delivers an Excellent Album From 2016 through 2017, John Pedigo faced loss. Dealing with that anguish, he dug [Read More]
Episode 12: Blues Guitar Shredding with Mike Zito Mike Zito talks with Dogger about Blues touring, the St. Louis & Texas music scenes, and the [Read More]
Dustin Blocker talks with Dogger about Vinyl Record manufacturing – distribution, music production and the Dallas – North Texas music scene.
Dave Hinson and Dogger review the 2017 music events of North Texas and the musical artists we lost.
Jim and Larry take their voices and guitars into hospital rooms and offer music to children.
Josh Fleming with The Vandoliers talks music, performance and the road. Josh and this fast rising Country Punk band has a lot to say. We recommend that you take a listen.
Trey Johnson and his two partners opened the doors to State Fair Records in 2014 – business is great.
Blake Budney started out selling merchandise for Derek Trucks and now manages the Tedeschi Trucks Band.
Jeff Liles from the Kessler and Roxy Theaters discusses the making of a great concert hall.
Chris Penn the owner of Good Records discusses why music is important.
Dave Hinson with Killer Vintage Speciality Guitars takes us into the fascinating world of Vintage Guitars.
Enjoy our discussion with Alan Govenar, Blues Historian and Steven Johnson, Robert Johnson’s grandson.
Listen to our first show with special guests Ray Benson and Pat Bywaters.