The Upful LIFE Podcast – Episode 018: JON PHILLIPS (Silverback Music Mgmt: Fishbone, GPJ. Dumpsta, ex-Sublime) / SAM D’ARCANGELO (Cannabis Voter Project, Headcount, Journalist)

Episode 018 of *The Upful LIFE Podcast* returns with very special guest JON PHILLIPS, founder of Silverback Music, a management company based in Southern California. Jon is the former manager of Sublime- going back to the early 90’s – and currently works with George Porter Jr., Fishbone, Dumpstaphunk, The Grouch and Eligh, Slightly Stoopid, among other successful contemporary artists.

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The Upful LIFE Podcast- Episode 017: BILLY IUSO (BIRN, GPJ, Anders) / ERIC BENNY BLOOM (Lettuce, ex-Pretty Lights A.F.B.)

Episode 017 of *The Upful Life Podcast* gets Big Easy-busy with two crucial members of the Crescent City committee, as I sit down with NOLA-based

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The Upful LIFE Podcast- Episode 016: ROBERT WALTER (Greyboy Allstars / RW20 / Mike Gordon) & JESSE PAIGE (Owner: Blue Nile NOLA)

Episode 016 of *The Upful LIFE Podcast* features a thoughtful conversation with stalwart keyboardist ROBERT WALTER, founding member of The Greyboy Allstars, leader of his

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The Upful LIFE Podcast – Episode 015: EDDIE ROBERTS (New Mastersounds, Matador! Soul Sounds, Color Red Music), GHOST-NOTE, NOLA JazzFest After Dark PREVEIW

Episode 015 of *The Upful LIFE Podcast* features the one and only EDDIE ROBERTS, guitarist/founder of New Mastersounds, and more recently, of Matador! Soul Sounds. Eddie

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ALBUM REVIEW: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe “Gnomes & Badgers”, First New Album In Five Years [B.Getz on L4LM]

From an album perspective, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe has been quiet for a few years, but Karl D. and company return to the jazz-funk zeitgeist with Gnomes and Badgers, the first release on his own imprint Seven Spheres Records.

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THERE WILL BE NO SIMPIN’: Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals Kick Off ‘Andy’s Beach Club’ World Tour in SF (BGetz on L4LM)

After selling out theaters from coast to coast on the strength of the Oxnard buzz and throwing down already-legendary live sets (like Suwannee Hulaween 2016, and here in San Francisco on a nostalgic New Years Eve 2017), now comes time for Brandon Paak Anderson to take it back to the stage and prove it all over again. I would not—and DID NOT—bet against him.

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