16 October 2011 ~ Comments Off on Ep#26 – Rockin’ for a Reason (Just a Show Radio)

Ep#26 – Rockin’ for a Reason (Just a Show Radio)

Guest: Guitarist Nate Gullickson of Two Dollar Grey. Nate is one of five established musicians from the Phoenix, Arizona area in the rock band Two Dollar Grey. He talks about some of the past bands he’s been in opening for the likes of Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, and Papa Roach. Nate also discusses the formation of Two Dollar Grey and their unique style of “groove rock”. Finally, we learn why his guitar “Lucy” may be more popular than Keith.

Also on this episode: Keith is the best man at a wedding for the third time. Keith’s daughter Adelaide is always making a mess. Just a Show Radio is NOT a finalist for the Podcast Awards. We learn about Keith’s rock star past.

To find out more about Two Dollar Grey and to purchase their EP “Saw You There”, visit their website at http://www.twodollargrey.com. The EP will be available on iTunes November 2011. They are also on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Two-Dollar-Grey/121551007859862, Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/twodollargrey, and ReverbNation at http://www.reverbnation.com/twodollargrey.

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Download Just a Show Radio at http://www.justashow.com. Thanks to David Anthony for the show voicework.

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