Episode 55: You Can’t Go to Heaven Until You Spend Some Time in Hell

Friend of the podcast Bill Toms stops by to discuss his excellent new album Good for My Soul.  In the process of me exploring my geek love for his music, we explore Bill’s musical influences, the difference between love and infatuation, and Bill surprises me with a literary connection that I should have seen all along.

You can find out about all things Bill Toms from his official website. Updates can also be found at Bill’s Facebook Page, and please do consider going to one or both of the Good for My Soul LP Release Shows, on October 20th and 21st in 2017 at Club Cafe in Pittsburgh.

I don’t think we swear, but it’s just too much of a pain to take the explicit tag off in iTunes.

Episode 26: Make a Joyful Noise

Bill Toms is back and ready to talk about his great new album Deep in the Shadows.  Bill is fascinating and funny and it’s super hard to describe all of the wonderful things we talk about.  Our conversation met at the crossroads of music, American history, recording, being in a band, and the natural order of the universe.  I will say that the ghosts of Robert Frost and Warren Zevon attacked my computer for the last 15 seconds.

You can pick up a copy of Deep in the Shadows at his CD release show Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Club Cafe. You can also find out about Bill and buy many things at BillToms.com.

You can probably listen to this one at work, but I’m not 100% certain I contained my potty mouth for an hour.