The Grammy-winning guitarist, singer, and producer with the New Orleans Suspects is also a Dirty Dozen Brass Band alum and owner/engineer of Rhythm Shack Studio where he’s recorded blues legend Bobby Rush and hoodoo slide guitar master John Mooney. Jake spent years playing the mountain music of Doc Watson and making L.A. sessions with studio giants like Larry Carlton before landing in the Crescent City. Tonight he submits to an interrogation as the Troubled Men play a little good cop/bad cop.
Topics include a hearing date, early invitations, self help, the mayor’s debt, NOPD incentives, lawlessness, the royal family, a stalker update, a long hospital stay, a Covid honeymoon, a musical family, vaudeville, Appalachian State University, Eric Clapton, the Music Institute, Kirk Joseph, a post-Katrina relocation, Terrence Higgins, an extended tour, Roger Lewis, Liberace and Fats Domino, Sammy Davis, Las Vegas, Hollywood, Son House, Trina Shoemaker, Sheryl Crow, porno merchandise, Cedric Burnside, health issues, a new record, a final question, and much more.
Intro music: "Just Keeps Raining" by Styler/Coman
Break and Outro Music: "Criminal" and "Good Intentions" by the New Orleans Suspects
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