Lost On The River Ep. 12
Join us once again on the river, as we navigate the waters of our region's rich music history and celebrate our contemporary artistic community. Episode 12 features living legend Philip Paul, a King Records session drummer who played on countless genre-defining records and shaped the course of music history. Phil, who does an impromptu performance backed by Elliott Ruther and Matt Holt, proving he still makes new music at 93 years old. How great for Mr. Paul’s legacy to be even more connected with the modern Herzog era. We're also joined by Rachel Desrochers of Grateful Grahams, the Incubator Kitchen Collective, and the Good People Festival. Quite a lineup, for sure! All aboard ... let's get Lost On The River!
Big thanks to our sponsors, the Thunderdome Restaurant Group - bringing you favorites like the Eagle, Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, Krueger’s and Bakersfield. Also, thanks to Ottos Covington, and Eli’s Bbq.
Intro/Outro music by All Seeing Eyes.
photos by Matt Spaulding