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A true DIY artist, and a rising star on the national scene, Allison Weiss conveys the heartbreak and longing that only comes when you truly love someone. She takes that feeling, puts it to music, and somehow makes it catchy as all hell. Every track on her newest full-length, Say What You Mean, is a classic, full of the pop smarts and brilliant hooks that she is known for, without sacrificing any of the emotion and art that enriches the songs.
On the show we often have to find ways to entertain ourselves while doing what the listeners want. This was one of those cases. Steel Tip and I were challenged to call Chevron so we decided to do something new. As you listen to this call see if you can tell that we are alternating who is talking but the employees doesn’t notice. This is an instant classic.
Last night The Stabcast did a special live broadcast featuring a special phone interview with Jaret, from Bowling For Soup. We were the most watched show on Stickam yesterday and would like to thank a few people for helping us pull off the show on such short notice.
As we are get ready to start our 5th year of The Stabcast it’s time to so a little upgrades to the studio. Since there’s a big difference as to what you see on camera and what is actually in the room we thought each day we would provide a picture update and let you know what has happened. We start with day 0…This is currently what the host portion of the studio looks like. Notice the many differences from what you see on the video each week.
Here’s a classic photo from the first few weeks of The Stabcast. Here you will find Jonesy and Santoro with Matt and Diana from Boy Girl Sleepover. notice how Matt seems to be excited and Diana seems to want nothing to do with anything that’s going on.
About Victory In Numbers:
As we all know, life comes with its fair share of ups and downs. The members of Victory In Numbers come well equipped with their share of first-hand experiences. The original five members of the band (then called Blue Collar) : Nick Passio, Brian Hannon, Vincent Green, Joe Altomari, and Den Kilfeather knew each other since their childhood days. It is said that Passio started the band when he was in diapers. In 2004, however, the band was handed the devastating news that a core member of their group, Vincent Green, was tragically taken from them in a motor vehicle accident. Green was not only the band’s leader and vocalist but also best friend. After months of mourning and not thinking about music, collectively the band members realized they had to stay together and continue their journey. “Vin would have been so f**king mad if we didn’t keep going,” lead guitarist, Hannon, says. So instead of dissolving the band and giving up when they were all at their lowest, the band grew closer together. They were no longer just a bunch of kids making music anymore. Green changed that. They were now young men with a purpose. Green’s passing became the inspiration of the future to come. Hannon says, “His passing inspired the band and showed us that music is not a distraction from life, but the reason we exist.” You can hear this passion for lost friends, the yearning for more, and the struggles that real life brings Victory In Number’s emotionally, check that, reality charged music.